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  • What’s the use of contracts?

    As I see it, in most circumstances there are only two main reasons for having a contract, and for caring about what it says. The most important is this: to make the parties think about things before...

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  • 50 questions: Should I let my lawyer negotiate the deal?

    "Going toe-to-toe with an experienced venture capitalist negotiating on concepts that are new, difficult to understand, and important to the future of your business is not an easy challenge," says Nic Brisbourne in an Equity Kicker post....

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Dear Jas: Legal advice for self-publishing

    Great news, everyone! From now on, we'll be featuring monthly guest posts by Jas Purewal of Gamer/Law. He'll be answering your questions about the legal side of games development, particularly for small businesses and self-publishing. If you...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Games law, EULAs and terms of service

    Osborne Clark’s seminar for inhouse lawyers in the games industry was surprisingly interesting for a non-lawyer like me. I’ve already embedded Jas Purewal’s slides on Lodsys, the mobile patent wars and interactive entertainment in a previous post....

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Games law, piracy and free

    Last month, I spoke at Osborne Clark’s seminar for inhouse lawyers for the games industry. It was afternoon of legal stuff, together with me talking about piracy and free. Jas Purewal (also known as @gamerlaw on Twitter)...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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