Protect Your Gamer-Tag: Professional Gamers, Streamers and Content Creators

Esports Law – Professional Gamers, Streamers and Content Creators: Protect Your Gamer-TagBy Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. Professional gamers and gaming “influencers,” including streamers and content creators such as those on Twitch, YouTube Gaming, Facebook Gaming or Tik Tok, may protect their in-game name known as a “gamer-tag” as well as their unique logo design. To […]
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Some Intellectual Property Law Considerations When “Minting” or Launching An NFT Project

Some Intellectual Property Law Considerations When “Minting” or Launching An NFT or NFT ProjectBy Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. The current buzz in the entertainment, sports, gaming, fashion, and art worlds as well as in other lifestyle, business, and technology areas are the “metaverse” and “non-fungible tokens” known as “NFTs.” However, it is crucial that an […]
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What Are NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens)? A Look At NFTs in the Art, Entertainment, Music, Sports, Esports and Video Games Worlds

What Are NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens)? A Look At NFTs in the Art, Entertainment, Music, Sports, Esports and Video Games WorldsBy Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. NFTs or “non-fungible tokens” are all the buzz in today’s entertainment, sports, art, esports and video game industries. This includes musicians earning millions of dollars through releasing their own NFTs, celebrities […]
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Some Intellectual Property Law Considerations for Video Game Developers and Publishers

Some Intellectual Property Law Considerations for Video Game Developers and Publishers By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. Proper protection of intellectual property by game publishers and game developers is of utmost importance. Usage of these protocols are especially critical as international major and independent or “indie” developers and publishers continue to grow their businesses via traditional […]
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