CMG Signs Baseball Legend Ernie Banks

CMG Signs Baseball Legend Ernie Banks


The Estate of Ernie Banks and CMG Worldwide, Inc. Announce Partnership

July 11, 2016 – Finalized in July, a collaboration between the Estate of Ernie Banks and CMG Worldwide will promote and preserve Ernie Banks’ legacy for years to come. CMG Worldwide’s 35 years of experience places the company at the forefront of intellectual property, with a client list comprised of more than 300 stars, including Jackie Robinson, Arthur Ashe, Lou Gehrig, the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and Neil Armstrong. Founded in 1981, CMG seeks to protect and provide legal aid to intellectual property owners and famous personalities and their families alike.

“The Estate of Ernie Banks is honored to have CMG Worldwide as our premier representative. Their years of experience protecting their clients’ legacies by keeping their memory alive for generations to come are a match for the Estate of Ernie Banks. We look forward to a long relationship with CMG Worldwide.”

CMG is internationally recognized as the world’s foremost authority on intellectual property rights and is credited with helping establish guidelines that control image or likeness. Industrious as ever, CMG Worldwide continues to make history with legal battles that shape the emerging area of intellectual property law. Visit CMG’s website at

Ernie Banks is best known for his lengthy tenure with the Chicago Cubs, garnering him the nickname “Mr. Cub,” and is regarded as one of the best players of all time by many baseball fanatics. Banks began playing professional baseball in 1950 and joined the Cubs in 1953. Banks’ honors include National League MVP in 1958 and 1959, National League Home Run Leader in 1958 and 1960, National League RBI Leader in 1958 and 1959, and more. Banks was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1977.

For more information:
J. Brock Herr, Esq.
IP Clearances Executive & In-House Legal Counsel
CMG Worldwide, Inc.
10500 Crosspoint Blvd.
Indianapolis, IN 46256
1-317-570-5000 Ext. 18