Arrest Warrant for John Rogers; New Lawsuit Filed

A bank seeking $15 million from former sports memorabilia and photo dealer John Rogers isn’t happy he’s pleading the fifth amendment.

Former Beckett Exec Claims Bullying in Lawsuit

Rodney Alsup is suing Beckett Media because he says the company president’s management style drove him to a mental breakdown but Sandeep Dua says the suit is ‘meritless’.

1924 Babe Ruth Bat at Center of Latest Rogers Lawsuit

Two Milwaukee area men say they’re out a Babe Ruth and a mountain of cash after a deal with troubled Arkansas businessman John Rogers went south.

Basketball Hall Sues Grey Flannel, Terminates Contract

Attorneys for the Basketball Hall of Fame say they haven’t been paid monies owed for the 2014 auction and partnership agreement.

COMC Claims Beckett Tried to Buy Them; Files Counterclaim

The jousting continues between former partners Beckett and COMC with the latter’s legal response to a lawsuit filed last month.

Editor’s Blog: Leaf vs Summit, Leaf’s New Golf Product, Harbaugh’s Game Worn Pants, Feller vs Satch

Some news and notes from around the hobby including a lawsuit, Leaf’s new Legends of the Links product, Jim Harbaugh’s pants and a cool, old program.

Indiana Attorney General Suing Local Sports Memorabilia Shop Owner

The Indiana Attorney General is suing the owner of two sports memorabilia shops after more than a dozen consumer complaints.

Upper Deck Sued by Former Distributor

J&T Hobby claims it assumed a role as Upper Deck’s exclusive distributor but found out later that the trading card maker had set up its own network.

Judge Gives Frasers Ownership of 1912 World Series Trophy

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.

Georgia Dealer Now Faces Lawsuit Over Prints

A Fox affiliate’s investigative team digs into more allegations against a Georgia seller of signed and unsigned college sports prints.

Kobe Bryant Autographs: Art of the Game Fires Back at Panini Lawsuit

A southern California memorabilia company is fighting back against a Panini lawsuit that claimed they were out of bounds selling Kobe Bryant autographs.

REA Claims Lawsuit “Frivilous”

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.

Editor’s Blog: Lawsuit Settled, Rodgers Signed Stuff Stolen

There will be no trial in Ketap vs. Forman and some Aaron Rodgers autographs disappear into thin air.

1912 World Series Trophy Just Part of Lawsuit

One couple is suing another over loans gone bad and the proposed sale of a trophy from the Red Sox 1912 World Series championship.

Editor’s Blog: Kareem Lawsuit Update, Hockey Jerseys

Upper Deck hopes Abdul-Jabbar’s basketball card lawsuit is a road game, Pearl Jam sings about him and one company’s NHL jersey deal.

HOF Ump’s Heir Claims Sale Was in Error

The granddaughter of Hall of Fame umpire Tom Connolly wants to know who sold his historic baseball memorabilia.

Hall of Famer Van Buren Suing Panini

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.