Parrish et al v. National Football League Players Incorporated

Filing 192

AMENDED COMPLAINT (Redacted) -- Third Amended Complaint for Breach of Contract, Breach of Fiduciary Duty, an Accounting and Violation of California Business and Professions Code Section 17200 against National Football League Players Incorporated, National Football League Players Association. Filed byBernard Paul Parrish, Walter Roberts, III, Herbert Anthony Adderley. (Attachments: # 1 Exh. A# 2 Exh. B# 3 Exh. C# 4 Exh. D, under seal cover sheet only# 5 Exh. E# 6 Exh. F, under seal cover sheet only# 7 Exh. G, under seal cover sheet only# 8 Exh. H# 9 Exh. I, under seal cover sheet only# 10 Exh. J, under seal cover sheet only# 11 Exh. K# 12 Exh. L# 13 Exh. M# 14 Exh. N# 15 Exh. O, under seal cover sheet only# 16 Exh. P# 17 Exh. Q# 18 Exh. R)(Hilbert, Ryan) (Filed on 11/27/2007)

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Exhibit B to the Third Amended Complaint for Breach of Contract, Beach of Fiduciary Duty, an Accounting and Violation of California Business & Professions Code 17200 P i R NFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION Retired Player Group Licensing Authorization Forth The undersigned hereby authorizes the National Football League Players Association ("NFLPA") and its licensing affiliates the non- exclusive right to use his name, signature , facsimile, voice , p icture, p hoto grap h, likeness and/or bio g rap hical NFL Players Association 2027 L street. NW nformation (collectively "image") in the NFLPA Retired Player Group Licensing sulfa 800 rogram. Group licensing programs are defined as programs in. which a licensee utilizes a total of six (ti) or more present or former NFL player images in conjunction with or on products that are sold at retail or used as promotional or premium items. The undersigned player retains the right to grant the use of his image to another entity for use in a group of five (S) or less present or former players in. conjunction with or on products sold at retail or used as promotional or premium items. If the undersigned player's inclusion in a particular NFLPA program will conflict with an individual exclusive endorsement agreement, and the player provides the NFLPA with timely notice of that conflict, the NFLPA agrees to exclude the player from that particular program. It is further understood that the moneys generated by such licensing of retired player group rights will be divided between the player and an escrow account for all eligible NFLPA members who have signed a group licensing authorization form. Any group licensing contract entered into with an individual company by. the. NFLPA shall exclude players who are committed by contract individually for competitive products or services. Washington. DC 20035 2(32.4$3.2200 FaK 202M 7 -03410 This authorization shall expire December 31, 2003. PIOOOO02

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