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[Gamesbriefers] Could DeNA’s patent application stifle innovation?
The team behind The Drowning, DeNA’s high-end first person shooter for tablets, say that they have invented gesture controls for a touch screen FPS that “works well when you get used to it”. They have applied for...
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How do I get paid what I’m owed?
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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 475 days ago
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 560 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 776 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...
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