May 18, 2020

Recently two New York courts addressed intellectual property issues in conflict with video game realism and reached the same conclusion in two different contexts—copyright (tattoos on virtual basketball players) and trademark (trademark and trade dress issues around vi...

April 22, 2020

In his NYLJ Settlement and Compromise column, Thomas E.L. Dewey discusses a recent EDNY case that provides an interesting example of a party seeking a court’s assistance to set aside a settlement agreement based on Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60(b).

One of the goals...

March 23, 2020

For better or worse, anonymity has long been a fundamental feature of Internet communication, particularly in large-scale Internet communities and on websites that permit public comments. The ability to provide unvarnished opinions in an open forum without fear of repr...

January 24, 2020

In his Settlement and Compromise column, Thomas E.L. Dewey discusses 'Attestor Value Master Fund v. Republic of Argentina'—a case that “reconfirms the significance of language in settlement documents that suggests a settlement is not binding until signed by both partie...

January 17, 2020

If millions of people are using a company’s software, the company is happy—as long as it’s getting paid. But if the company loses control of the product, it must take steps to defend its rights. And the first step in that playbook is often to go to court and seek to re...

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Recently two New York courts addressed intellectual property issues in conflict with video game realism and reached the same conclusion in two differe...

New York Law Journal “From Battlefields to Basketball Courts: Real World IP Issues Arise From Realistic Video Games” by Stephen M. Kramarsky for New Y...

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