Dallas-Based Leaf Trading Cards is Suing Andrew Luck to Keep Selling This Card

Officially, Andrew Luck won't become a pro until Thursday, when he and his golden egg arm are snapped up by the Indianapolis Colts in the NFL Draft. But as a lawsuit filed Friday in Dallas County Court reminds, Luck has been a commodity for years.

Courthouse News unearthed the lawsuit, which pits Luck against Leaf Trading Cards, an old brand reinvigorated by Dallas-based Razor Entertainment Group. Leaf claims it has a deal with the U.S. Army All-American Game, the high school all-star game in San Antonio, that allows the company to use images captured at the game for its trading cards. It's selling the card you see at right.

But Andrew Luck is now Andrew Luck, LLC, so his lawyers sent Leaf a cease-and-desist on April 13, arguing that the card company doesn't have the right to use the QB's likeness. Leaf, possessing no apparent interest in either ceasing or desisting, sued on Friday, claiming that Luck is standing in its constitutionally protected rights to cash in on his star power.

Off to court they go.

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Zamora Carl
Zamora Carl

what Kenneth said I cannot believe that a mother able to earn $7775 in four weeks on the computer. have you seen this web page makecash16. ç om 

Titus Groan
Titus Groan

You would think they'd have made the players or their parents sign a waiver about using their images.  Oh well, bet they will from now on.

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