Major League Baseball Properties and the company formerly known as Donruss-Playoff have settled a lawsuit filed by MLB earlier this year.
The case involved Donruss (now Panini America) using what MLB claimed were trademarks, service marks and trade names in its baseball card products.
Donruss, which lost its baseball card license several years ago, produced cards of former players and current minor leaguers beginning last year. MLB Properties sued the company and last month, court papers show the two sides reached an out-of-court settlement.
The agreement prohibits former Donruss exec Ann Powell from manufacturing, selling, distributing, advertising or promoting any items depicting Major or Minor League players in uniform or with MLB trademarks. Donruss also promised that all of the cars and marketing materials had either been sold or "disposed of".