In addition to having lost the ownership to the license of "Edge," it appears that Tim Langdell has had his membership from the International Game Developers association revoked. Langdell was kicked from the association after the board of directors decided to voted in favour of withdrawing his membership.
"The Board of Directors today voted to remove Tim Langdell from IGDA membership pursuant to our bylaws Article III. Section 6 (b) which states that any member may be removed from membership if the member has demonstrated a lack of integrity or unethical behavior, as determined by the Board of Directors," wrote Chair of the Board of Directors Brian Robbins on the IGDA's blog.
This comes after having lost to EA over the parkour centric game Mirror's Edge and the court terminating all of Langdell's licenses on the term "Edge."