"The videos will be — finally — examined in a court of law for veracity," Mr. Berman said in a Jan. 26 post. "Whatever laws may have been broken by CMP's investigative methods won't amount to a hill of beans if the videos are entered as evidence, examined by a jury, and the truthfulness of that record is established. It's going to be very uncomfortable for PP executives on the witness stand, under direct and cross-examination by CMP's defense counsel."
"We're incredibly pleased with the results of this settlement and the opportunity to right a huge wrong enacted by the NCAA and EA against these players and their rights of publicity," said Steve Berman, one of the lead attorneys in the case. "We've fought against intense legal hurdles since filing this case in 2009 and to see this case come to fruition is a certain victory."