It’s official, Press Pass is leaving the hobby. But what does that mean for collectors and the hobby as a whole?
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Card collecting can be seen as a type of hero worship. But what do we do when one of our favorites gets into legal trouble?
Want the ultimate proof of your team loyalty? Wear one of these sports ugly sweaters out in public.
Offering a unique sports collectible option, Steiner’s “In Their Own Words” lets athletes relay the biggest moments in their career on a premium display piece.
Why do we collect? It’s a question we often ask ourselves. Here’s one take, from Julie Develin of Layton Sports Cards.
A deposition by Topps has been released in the company’s opposition of Panini’s “Limited” trademark application. Attorney Paul Lesko has the highlights and what it all might mean.
As much as our collections are about the actual cards and memorabilia, this is really a hobby based in trust. What happens when that trust is broken and how can it be fixed?
2014 Topps NFLPA Rookie Premiere Football celebrates two decades of photo shoots, autographs and memorabilia. Single-pack boxes have an autograph, 19 base cards and five parallels.
Cryptozoic had a trademark for their Hex card game approved. They also received an opposition from the creators of Hexbugs. Attorney Paul Lesko has the legal details and what it could lead to.
The trial is going forward. Attorney Paul Lesko looks at the release of the trial schedule in the lawsuit between Beckett and The Card Collector and what it means for the case.
It appears as though the case between Upper Deck and Executive Trading Cards is coming to a close. Paul Lesko has the details and legal analysis.
Upper Deck and Friends of Jaclyn are partnering to create a Colorado State football card of Jack Miller, a nine-year-old who has been battling brain tumors for six years.
Just as Paul Lesko predicted, Panini might face some challenges over its Masks trademark application. He has details on Upper Deck requesting some extra time to explore the possibility.
Details on a lawsuit where the makers of Pokemon are suing Pokellector,an app maker and website, for trademark infringement. Paul Lesko looks at the case and how it could apply to sports cards.
The hobby has its share of questionable trademarks. Paul Lesko makes light of the situation with a parody poking fun at the situation.
The NBA, MLB, NHL and CLC are teaming up again to try and shut down another batch of websites for allegedly selling counterfeit goods.
Collectors Universe, the parent company of PSA, appears to have won a lawsuit against coin software developers MWP and Matthew Perry.
Thinking of buying and trading cards on Twitter? Here are some tips to help make it safer for yourself and the person you’re dealing with.