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“Occasionally we get to play games for work, which isn’t exactly a bad thing.”
Recently, Landslide® magazine approached attorneys from three major players in the video gaming industry for their comments on a intellectual property issues facing the industry. Many of the IP issues they see are the same as in any IP practice (copyright, trademark, publicity and privacy rights, idea protection and licensing), but the application of the issues is unique. These players may also work with special IP areas in video game licensing, such as cross-media deals, publicity rights, and clearances. This multi-billion dollar segment of the entertainment universe presents a world of potential for attorneys like these who are keen on practicing in a field that is still developing and facing new issues all the time-and grew up and still love to play games themselves.
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