IamA Video Game Attorney (it’s really still a thing, I swear) who has helped thousands of game studios and professional esports players navigate everything from their contracts to their intellectual property. If it exists in digital entertainment,...
Why hello there Reddit. I'm Ryan Morrison, a video game lawyer, and I usually spend my time over at /r/gamedev hosting AMAs for indie developers who can’t afford to retain attorneys, informing developers of their rights, how intellectual property works, and a plethora of other things. I’ve also helped thousands of game studios on a more official scale, as well as advise hundreds of professional esports players over the past five years. I’ve done AMAs in the past that went really well and I can't wait to do it again now.
My law firm - Morrison Rothman LLP (we are looking for summer interns and contract attorneys)
My talent agency - Evolved Talent Agency
DISCLAIMER: Nothing in this post creates an attorney/client relationship. The only advice I can and will give in this post is GENERAL legal guidance. Your specific facts will almost always change the outcome, and you should always seek an attorney before moving forward. And even though none of this is about retaining clients, it's much safer for me to throw in: THIS IS ATTORNEY ADVERTISING. Prior results do not guarantee similar future outcomes.