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Can you sell second hand games legally? Should you?
Jas Purewal, an interactive entertainment lawyer at Osborne Clarke and writer of Gamer/Law, takes a look at the fraught question of the legality of second hand sales of games. The second hand sale of digital content (including...
- Posted 35 days ago
How do I get paid what I’m owed?
Q: I'm owed money by a former supplier/developer/publisher/other who won't pay me. What can I do? A: follow this process:
- Posted 295 days ago
Dear Jas 3: contracts and consumer protection
I’ve recently been told that just because something is in a contract does not mean it is enforceable, particularly in consumer contracts like EULA. There are rules about “fairness”, “unenforceability” and so on which means that contracts...
- Posted 392 days ago
Dear Jas 2: Respecting intellectual property
Video games law expert Jas Purewal answers the question: How much do I have to change my game for it not to infringe another game?
- Posted 448 days ago
Dear Jas 1: Setting up as an indie developer
Q: I’m thinking of setting up as an indie developer. Should I work as a sole trader or set a company up?
- Posted 474 days ago
Demystifying copyright and games
If you want to protect your games, you need to understand copyright law. It's that simple. The problem is that many people get pretty hot under the collar about copyright law and think it does...
- Posted 775 days ago
Demystifying trademarks and games
This is a guest post from Jas Purewal, a games lawyer and author of games law blog Gamer/Law. You can follow him on Twitter. Trade marks are generating a lot of heat in the games industry right...
- Posted 825 days ago