Collaborating with some other people on a project? You need to get it in writing. Check out my Ultimate Guide to Collaboration Agreements!
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.
The Copyright Office has updated their DMCA Agent Registration procedure and are throwing out all of the old registrations. What do you need to do to keep your safe harbor? Find out here.
One of the questions that always comes up when I’m forming a new game company for clients is “How do we divide the equity?” There are a few ways to go about it, each with their own pros and cons. Let’s take a look at the options.
When developing a game, there are a number of small details that you put into it, including the names of cards, powers, weapons, and other items within the game world. Whether it is a video game, mobile app, or tabletop game, there is a fear that using names that exist in other games could lead to legal liability. I was recently asked this question by a reader, and I thought…
Game lawyer Zachary Strebeck looks at the IRS distinction between businesses and hobbies, and how that affects an indie developer’s taxes.
Game lawyer Zachary Strebeck looks at the reasons to assess your game development company’s intellectual property situation and how to do it.