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Propaganda in War Video Games: A Legal Minefield for Developers
1000 648 Amy Sanderson

Video games have long since transcended the realm of mere entertainment. With their immersive worlds, compelling narratives, and intricate mechanics, they’ve evolved into powerful platforms for communication and expression.

Virtual Office Politics: Work and the Law in the Digital Age
1000 648 David Hoppe

The COVID-19 pandemic profoundly affected the way businesses operate and interact with their employees, remote and hybrid work models chief among them. The expansion of working from home has given rise to innovative solutions that help organizations maintain productivity and engagement.

Don’t Drop the Legal Ball: Engaging Sports Fans with AI
1000 648 David Hoppe

Fan engagement is a vital aspect of the sports and esports industries, as organizations strive to strengthen their relationships with fans and provide unique experiences that bring them closer to the action.

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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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