Although she declined to certify a subclass of athletes seeking to recover monetary damages, U.S. District Chief Judge Claudia Wilken will let plaintiffs try to upend NCAA policies that bar them from striking group deals to license their names and likenesses for use in video games and television broadcasts. In the order certifying the injunctive relief class, released Friday, she said it would be too hard for plaintiffs to determine who had actually been harmed for a damages class.
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