It’s legal eagles week in the trading card business. Leaf is now fighting back against the lawsuit by Panini over some unattached Kevin Durant autographs
Of redemptions, the return of basketball cards, superstar jerseys and the Industry Summit.
Their maker is extinct. They’re 14 years old. And collectors are paying a LOT of green for mean, green 1997-98 Skybox Metal Universe Precious Metal Gems.
Upper Deck gets political with part of its upcoming World of Sports release with a political subset that includes both contenders and pretenders.
A look at the vintage–and not so vintage–market for Babe Ruth cards.
Upper Deck will team with its approved stores to bring National Hockey Card Day over the border.
Former Upper Deck exec Martin Welling has joined Panini, charged in part with making sure new products make their release date.
Upper Deck says it has sold the shoes LeBron James wore in his first game back in Cleveland as a member of the Miami Heat. The game took place nearly a year ago and Upper Deck had James sign them. They were offered as part of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Suite One-of-One program where super high-end […]
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s lawsuit against Upper Deck is moving forward as the two sides clash over cards in the 2010 Greats of the Game set.
Lloyd Kee of GTS discusses distribution policies by Panini and Upper Deck–among other things.
The first game-used relic Michael Jordan basketball card, one of 23 signed by the Hall of Famer, sold on eBay.
Upper Deck’s 2011-12 Series One Hockey packs include chase cards that show Boston Bruins’ players toting the Stanley Cup around the world.
Young guns, Heroes and a redemptionless autograph checklist highlight 2011-12 Upper Deck hockey.
Rich Klein remembers the meteoric rise and disappearance of Pro Set trading cards.
You’ll get beardless base cards and rare bearded parallels among the stars and autographs in Upper Deck’s 2011-12 OPC hockey cards.
Not long after being served with a lawsuit, Upper Deck’s American interests have filed a counterclaim against its international arm.
Cleveland fans might prefer burning them, but UDA is offering the shoes LeBron James wore in his first game there as a member of the Heat.
In the latest round of never ending legal battles, Upper Deck International is now suing its US-based subsidiary and CEO after losing what it claims are millions of dollars and laying off dozens because of counterfeit gaming cards.
Rookie cards of top prospects Cody Hodgson, Joe Colborne, Jonathan Blum and Matt Frattin are part of the 250-card set aimed at the budget-minded and younger crowd while providing some hockey card roster depth.
Upper Deck pushes out its latest football product, leaning again on college football photos and logos.