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Representing Creators, Producers, Platforms & Licensors/Licensees

Representing Creators, Licensors, Investors, Developers and Platforms

Representing Participants, Smart Contract Developers & Shareholders

Representing Publishers, Developers, Infrastructure Providers & Players

Representing Games Companies, Platforms & Tournament Organizers

Representing Creators, Producers, Distributors & Licensors/Licensees

Representing Artists, Labels & Licensors/Licensees

Representing Companies Acquiring or Integrating VR, Investors and VR Tech & Content Developers

RFIA Seeks Crypto Clarity and Consumer Protection
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With more investors participating in cryptocurrency markets, the need to clarify and modernize the rules governing digital asset trading, buying, selling, and taxation has become ever more pressing.

UK Recognizes NFTs As Property; Implications for the US
1000 648 David Hoppe

Recently, the UK’s High Court recognized non-fungible tokens (NFTs) as “property” separate from the underlying assets or objects they represent. This decision is likely to have far-reaching implications for disputes involving digital assets and digital art.

Key Highlights from the Responsible Financial Innovation Act
1000 648 David Hoppe

As cryptocurrencies and other digital assets continue to establish themselves as economic powerhouses and enter into mainstream acceptance, the call for regulation has grown louder.

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GLVM: What’s the Most Important Part of a Content License Agreement?
1000 648 David Hoppe

What’s the most important part of a content license agreement? Is it the liability sections? The royalty provisions? The reps/warranties?

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GLVM: How can Copyright and Trademark Cover the Same Rights?
1000 648 David Hoppe

Is it possible for the same IP to have both copyright and trademark protection? And how can that be an advantage?

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