Additional Class Counsel Elizabeth Pritzker and Pritzker Levine represent college football and basketball players in an antitrust class-action lawsuit against the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the NCAA’s most powerful conference members, the Pac-12, Big Ten, Big-12, SEC and ACC, claiming that these entities have agreed in violation of antitrust laws to unlawfully cap the value of athletic scholarships. Firm clients, Justine Hartman and Afure Jemerigbe, both former University of California-Berkeley college women’s basketball players, serve as class representatives in the case. Nationwide classes seeking injunctive relief have been certified, and a $208 million class damages class settlement received final court approval in 2017. The injunctive relief case was tried, successfully, before the Hon. Claudia Wilken in 2018. The Ninth Circuit affirmed the trial judgment in May 2020.