ABA Forum on the Entertainment & Sports Industries

Video Games and Digital Media Conference

03/17/2014 08:00 a.m. - 07:30 p.m.

Media + Entertainment, Litigation, Technology Transactions, Technology, and China

Speaking Engagement

The American Bar Association Forum on the Entertainment & Sports Industries will present its annual Video Games and Digital Media Conference on March 17, 2014, in San Francisco. Rusty Weiss, Chair of Morrison & Foerster’s Entertainment, Media, and Technology Group and the firmwide Video Game Group, will co-chair the conference.

The program will include the following panels:

  • Consoles as the “Media Hub”
  • The First Sale Doctrine and the World of Digital Media
  • Bitcoins, Candy Crush and Cold Hard Cash: Virtual Currency and Real World Money in the Virtual World
  • Working in the Game Industry: Game Law 101
  • Social and Mobile: Where Do Games Fit in the Continued Growth of Social Media and Mobile Devices?
  • Copyright: The Knock-offs Continue – Game Cloning and Bots
  • Rights of Publicity and Privacy: Top 10 Case Summary
  • Gamblification! Again! Interaction between Social Games and Online Gambling
  • Video Games and Big Data: The More Your Play, the More Others Learn – Ethical Obligations

The conference will qualify for up to seven hours of CLE credit.

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