The couple whose efforts to sell a trophy associated with the Red Sox 1912 championship three years ago were stymied, has been awarded full custody.
Topps won the first round of a case involving one of its trading card products and images of retired astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
The FBI says it has seized thousands of replica jerseys or pieces of jerseys during its investigation of six sports memorabilia dealers recently charged with fraud.
Leaf Trading Cards has answered a Topps lawsuit over its use of pictures depicting old Topps cards in a Leaf Best of Baseball sell sheet.
Topps is fuming over a smaller competitor’s use of pictures of some of its previously released baseball cards.
Classmates Inc.’s new branding effort has been nothing but a headache for one sports memorabilia auction house.
One of the Green Bay Packers’ most beloved players is in a battle with the IRS, and now his Super Bowl I ring will go on the auction block to settle what the government says is a $1.7 million debt.
A southern California memorabilia company is fighting back against a Panini lawsuit that claimed they were out of bounds selling Kobe Bryant autographs.
The jump circle where Alcindor and Walton pushed John Wooden’s teams to immortality sold for $325,085, but it wasn’t the only big ticket item to grab attention.
A group of retired NFL players is again going after the NFL Players Association, claiming they’re owed millions over the use of their image on cards, video games and other items.
A New York collector is suing Robert Edward Auctions over memorabilia purchased several years ago that he says isn’t real. The auction house says it won’t fly.
A dealer and auctioneer convicted on fraud charges last fall, faces 10-23 months in jail and nearly $200,000 in fines, court costs and restitution…but the case may not be over yet.
Retired astronaut Buzz Aldrin is not moonwalking over Topps’ use of his name and famous photo in last year’s American Heritage set.
The government sacks a man convicted of passing off fake NFL jerseys as the real deal.
Knicks ’70 & ‘73 Championships court & Rangers ’94 Stanley Cup nets are among artifacts in a new MSG-Steiner Collectibles Partnership. Game used items including jerseys, basketballs and pucks from present Knicks and Rangers will also be sold via Steiner.
It’s kind of hard to store…and not that hard to make a new one.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Steve Van Buren has filed a lawsuit against Panini America over the production of football cards he says he didn’t authorize.
Simon Properties tried to increase Derek Kill’s rent by 400% and make him move. He fought back.
It’s been more than ten years since Sports Legends went out of business, but the company lives on through the latest court case…this one against the owner’s lawyers.