IamA Video Game Attorney (it’s 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, I’ve dealt w...
Why hello there Reddit! I'm Ryan Morrison, a video game lawyer who works with everyone from indies to AAA studios and publishers. If it's happened in the games, esports, or digital entertainment industries, it's likely I've dealt with it. I'm here to answer anything you have for me, but please keep all questions about Rampart (sorry, old dumb joke). I’ve done a number AMAs in the past (both here and in the /r/gamedev subreddit) and am looking forward to doing one again today!
[My law firm](http://morrisonrothman.com) - Morrison Rothman LLP (we are looking for summer interns and contract attorneys)
[My talent agency](http://evolvedtalent.com) - Evolved Talent Agency
[My podcast where I teach my least legally knowledgable high school friend the law each week](https://headgum.com/robot-congress) - Robot Congress
**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.