Looking to start an indie game business? Get yourself a business plan first. This post goes deep into what needs to be in there and how to do get it done.
Many creators neglect to take care of finding out whether something they want to use is already copyrighted. Here’s how!
Trademarks are an extremely important part of any business’s intellectual property strategy. As part of your trademark game plan, a proper clearance search to check if something is already trademarked and avoid conflicts is one of the first steps to take.
In the latest episode of the Legal Moves podcast, I chat with Mike Gnade, designer and publisher extraordinaire at Rock Manor Games. We discuss the usual topics surrounding starting your own indie tabletop game publishing company, as well as some interesting talk about advertising your Kickstarter and board game trademarks! Don’t miss it!
Are you an indie dev who is thinking about signing an agreement with a publisher? I teamed up with Black Shell Media’s Raghav Mathur recently
I consulted on The Monopolists, a book by New York Times journalist Mary Pilon, a couple years ago. The book traces the legal history of the