The NFLPA announced Wednesday that it is investigating a complaint from the NFL that it violated the Copyright Act.
The NFL filed the complaint against agent and agent registration information provider Humana and its agent registration website.
The complaint was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
A lawyer for Humana did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The suit accuses the NFL of violating the Copyright Acts 18 USC §107, 28 USC §205 and 28 USC §§205(b) and (d).
The NFL said in its complaint that it’s in the process of gathering the information required to verify agents’ registration information and to register agent agents.
It is also requesting that the NFL’s Commissioner for Competition, Roger Goodell, and the Commissioner of the NFL Players Association “immediately intervene” in the matter and provide information about agents.
The NFL also said it is cooperating with the Office of the Director of Competition, which is investigating the matter. “
The NFLPA is a private organization with no regulatory authority, and we expect the owners and league to cooperate in our efforts to ensure the integrity of the game.”
The NFL also said it is cooperating with the Office of the Director of Competition, which is investigating the matter.
Humana’s website has no record of an agent registering on the NFLP, but its registration form lists agents as agents, and that agents are listed as agents on all of the website’s pages.
The league said it has received multiple complaints from agents about the league’s handling of agents.
Humans registration form, which lists agents on its website, lists agents and agent registrations as agents.
(Hummans registration page)