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
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!
During Gen Con 2016, I had the pleasure of conducting two Q&A sessions with fellow attorney Justin D. Jacobson of LAWCRAFT. We had a ton of great questions in each session, so don’t miss these two podcast episodes!
Hello readers! I have exciting news – I’ve been accepted into the Gen Con “Industry Insider” program, which makes me a “featured presenter” in a
This summer, I’m taking a step back from my weekly podcasting schedule. Find out more in this post!
The 9th Circuit has amended their decision in Lenz v. Universal. What effect will this have on fair use and DMCA takedowns?
In this episode, I talk with returning guest Jamey Stegmaier to discuss Stonemaier Games and the launch of the multi-million dollar Kickstarter project, Scythe. Don’t miss it!
Game lawyer Zachary Strebeck looks at the use of other companies’ intellectual property in the creation of third-party game accessories, particularly replacement organizers and trays for board games.
Game lawyer Zachary Strebeck takes a look at the results of a Washington State lawsuit against the creator of a failed Kickstarter project, Asylum Playing Cards.