In the latest episode of the Legal Moves podcast, I talk with David Lakritz from LAI Global Gaming Services about localizing and publishing your game around the world. Don’t miss it!
The Copyright Office has updated their DMCA Agent Registration procedure and are throwing out all of the old registrations. What do you need to do to keep your safe harbor? Find out here.
During Gen Con 2016, I had the pleasure of conducting two Q&A sessions with fellow attorney Justin D. Jacobson of LAWCRAFT. We had a ton of great questions in each session, so don’t miss these two podcast episodes!
Hello readers! I have exciting news – I’ve been accepted into the Gen Con “Industry Insider” program, which makes me a “featured presenter” in a handful of awesome panels. Those particular panels haven’t been revealed yet, but I’ll let you know right here as soon as they are. I’m also appearing on five other non-featured panels, two of which specifically deal with legal issues in the tabletop industry: Publishing Your…
Catching up on the Legal Moves podcast – check out guests Dave Burke, Raghav Mathur and Rick Felice!
Check out the last three episodes of the Legal Moves podcast for some great tips on marketing your indie game and starting a mobile or indie game studio, with Dave Burke of Hemisphere Games, Raghav Mathur of Black Shell Media and Rick Felice of Tipping Goat!
The 9th Circuit has amended their decision in Lenz v. Universal. What effect will this have on fair use and DMCA takedowns?
I sit down with Aksel Junkkila of BugByte, Ltd., creators of the Battlestation franchise on Android, iOS and PC, to discuss finding success in the mobile games industry. We talk about choosing your genre, monetization and dealing with the community. We also discuss finding government and other funding for your game studio.