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Saturday, November 12 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Game Law 101

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A panel of lawyers and lifelong gaymers will discuss legal issues relevant to the gaming community, using recent gaming news to start the discussion. Topics will include IP protection for games, fan games and fair use, and the First Amendment.

Speakers
avatar for Gabriella Ripoll

Gabriella Ripoll

Associate Counsel, Delos
I'm an attorney who currently works in the legal department of a company developing technology, consulting, research, design and innovative solutions for the built environment.
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John Sullivan

Associate, Arent Fox LLP
As a lawyer, I've worked as an associate in the New York offices of several large law firms, litigating a variety of matters. My favorite cases involve issues of copyright or defamation, or touch on the media and entertainment world in some way. I've also been a gamer my entire life, though what that means has changed over the years. I started on friends' NESes, then my own SNES, then got into collectible card games and building computers... Read More →
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Gary Yen

Associate, Stroock & Stroock & Lava LLP
I am a lawyer that practices intellectual property law, including patent, copyright, and trademark law. I am also a devoted gamer, and enjoy playing games across many genres, including RPGs, ARPGs, MOBAs, platformers, puzzlers, strategy games, and board games.


Saturday November 12, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Panels B 6501A Conference Central Park East - 11 Times Square, New York, NY 10036

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