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Entertainment, Trademark, and Video Game Law

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Trademarks: The Basics

[...] hard at your game, don’t let someone else bully you into taking it down. -Ryan Morrison, Video Game Attorney [...]

How to File a Trademark: Advice For Those Who Can’t Afford Any

[...] and offer very low hourly rates for startups. It’s worth it, I promise. -Ryan Morrison, Video Game Attorney [...]

ACTA: A Treaty by Any Other Name

[...] .com/2012/01/28/acta-a-treaty-by-any-other-name/#sthash.ma6dMoze.dpuf -Ryan Morrison, Video Game Attorney [...]

Have a Hart, EA

[...] of other players “used” in the EA games. None of them will get a dime. -Ryan Morrison, Video Game Attorney [...]

This isn’t Censorship, it’s Intelligence

[...] part of these rules? They’re voluntary! The ESRB is not a government body, and the game industry follows these guidelines so that a government agency doesn’t come down and demand [...]

An Open Letter to Reddit

[...] of course it has led to some clients, that is not why I do it. I truly just love the game industry and do my best to be its shield against companies like King who, in my opinion, use the [...]

False Advertising in Video Games – Aliens, SimCity and Your Wallet

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This isn’t Censorship, it’s Intelligence

[...] the little “T” or “M” on the games you buy, and the ones who set up rules within the gaming industry. The best part of these rules? They’re voluntary! The ESRB is not a government body, [...]

Have a Hart, EA

[...] . His case wasdismissed, but the points discussed are very important to the future of the gaming industry. The game itself never actually refers to Mr. Hart by name, however, he claimed the “ [...]

Copyright Starter Kit

[...] by Sungjin Joo When you make something, whether its art, music, code, or a story, the value of the work often [...]

ACTA: A Treaty by Any Other Name

[...] Agreement within its own legal system and practice.” Now I’m no expert on international agreements, but that clause seems to me to be saying, “My country can ignore whatever [...]

Trademarks: The Basics

[...] worked hard at your game, don’t let someone else bully you into taking it down. -Ryan Morrison, Video Game Attorney [...]

How to File a Trademark: Advice For Those Who Can’t Afford Any

[...] plans and offer very low hourly rates for startups. It’s worth it, I promise. -Ryan Morrison, Video Game Attorney [...]

You Don’t Own E-nything

[...] , you do not own the e-books you buy, you are just licensing them. Same issue, new medium. Video gamers are familiar with the legal battle between rental and ownership, it being illegal to try to [...]

Trademarks: The Basics

[...] but want to attempt this on your own, my best advice to conduct your own search on the USPTO website is to: 1) Think of names that could sound kind of like yours phonetically. 2) Use a [...]

You Don’t Own E-nything

Editor’s Note: This article first appeared on Legal As She Is Spoke With news breaking last month that Amazon has a patent to resell e-books, con [...]

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Trademarks: The Basics

[...] hard at your game, don’t let someone else bully you into taking it down. -Ryan Morrison, Video Game Attorney [...]

How to File a Trademark: Advice For Those Who Can’t Afford Any

[...] and offer very low hourly rates for startups. It’s worth it, I promise. -Ryan Morrison, Video Game Attorney [...]

ACTA: A Treaty by Any Other Name

[...] .com/2012/01/28/acta-a-treaty-by-any-other-name/#sthash.ma6dMoze.dpuf -Ryan Morrison, Video Game Attorney [...]

Have a Hart, EA

[...] of other players “used” in the EA games. None of them will get a dime. -Ryan Morrison, Video Game Attorney [...]

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