I’m doing a Reddit AMA on Board Game Law!
Attention board game developers – On Wednesday, December 7 I will be conducting a Reddit AMA (ask me anything) on the topic of board game law. The AMA will start at 8am PST, but you’ll have time to post your question and get it answered if you’re not a morning person. The AMA will be held in /r/boardgames, so that’s where you’ll want to go to post your questions. I’ll update this post and probably post a new announcement with an updated link as the date gets closer.
While it’s an AMA, please keep in mind that I’m not YOUR lawyer, so no fact-specific legal questions can be answered. However, if you have a question about general (and maybe semi-specific) legal issues in board game development, feel free to ask.
I’m really looking forward to this, as it’s my first AMA. I hope to get a big turnout and to help lots of folks get a handle on these legal issues.
In addition to this AMA, I’ve previously done some board game Q&A with my colleague Justin Jacobson at Gen Con 2016. Check out those episodes of the Legal Moves podcast here.
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