By Alan Kilpatrick
Video Game Law, 2nd Edition
By Jon Festinger, Chris Metcalfe, and Roch Ripley
Those interested in video game law should check out Video Game Law, 2nd Edition by Jon Festinger, Chris Metcalfe, and Roch Ripley. LexisNexis describes this work on its website,
Video games, the precocious offspring of the Information Age, continue to be the source of some of the most fascinating and challenging questions in law. In the second edition of Video Game Law, Jon Festinger, Q.C., Chris Metcalfe and Roch Ripley reveal how this burgeoning industry is creating more than games – it is posing fresh challenges for legal systems throughout the world. This work provides a comprehensive, clear and well documented overview of this rapidly expanding legal territory.
Video Game Law, 2nd Edition addresses the overlapping and emerging issues relating to IP, freedom of speech, employment, defamation, privacy, licensing and torts as they arise within the context of the video games industry, offering unique legal analysis and guidance unavailable elsewhere.
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