Video game developers beware: rules regarding in-game accessibility are in effect as of Jan 1, 2019. Check out this article to find out the requirements and how you can comply.
Check out my legal take on some of Bethesda’s recent issues with Fallout 76. I was interviewed by Techraptor for my thoughts on Bethesda’s privacy issues and potential deceptive marketing.
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.
Do you sell your board games or video games online to other states in the US? You may be on the hook for collecting and paying sales tax very soon. Jamey Stegmaier of Stonemaier Games reached out to me last week to comment on a recent Supreme Court case dealing with a South Dakota tax law. What’s the deal with South Dakota v. Wayfair? The law requires online retailers who…
Check out the series of Indie Dev Business Basics posts I wrote on the Indie Megabooth blog!
The Indie Megabooth site is hosting my latest blog post about business basics for indie game developers. It’s the first in a planned five-part series that digs into the basic concepts behind how and why you should form a company. Check it out here. If you like it, let the folks at Indie Megabooth know how much! Hopefully we’ll see the rest of the posts in the series up over…
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 Monopoly board game throughout the last century. Recently, a colleague named Jeremy Robins approached me about the opportunity to write about his legal insights into the book’s subject. I’m excited to post his article here on the Game Lawyer Blog! Here’s Jeremy: The book chronicles the…
Starting a board game company – my Gen Con 2016 panel with Brian Henk, JT Smith, and Jeremy Commandeur
Check out the latest Gen Con 2016 panel release – Starting a Board Game Company with Brian Henk, Jeremy Commandeur, and JT Smith!