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  • Represent video game developers, producers and talent
  • Represented Glu Mobile, a leading publisher of games software for download to mobile phones, in the negotiation of download deals with many leading Latin American wireless carriers, including numerous affiliates of América Móvil throughout Latin America; deals were all completed in Spanish
  • Represented Ubisoft Entertainment, one of the world’s largest video game publishers, in a license dispute against MGA Entertainment, the owner of the girl doll property known as “Bratz,” which resulted in a $13 million judgment in favor of Ubisoft
  • Successfully negotiated and closed one of the most significant video game deals in the industry on behalf of Ubisoft Entertainment in an acquisition of rights to use bestselling author Tom Clancy's name and likeness in connection with interactive games, related books and motion pictures
  • Defended massively multiplayer online role playing video game publisher, K2 Networks, in copyright infringement, breach of contract and computer fraud and abuse act case filed by Mgame Corporation simultaneously in California state court, California federal court and the Singapore International Arbitration Centre
  • Defended Ubisoft Entertainment against a copyright infringement case brought by John Beiswenger alleging that Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed video game infringed Beiswenger’s novel Link, resulting in Beiswenger dismissing his case at the pleading stage
  • Represented Crave Entertainment in a video game development dispute against Visiware Entertainment, a video game developer, which resulted in an award in favor of Crave for 100 percent of the damages sought by Crave along with all of its attorneys’ fees and costs
  • Represented Ubisoft Entertainment in its acquisition of the name and likeness rights of Michael Jackson for use in the video game Michael Jackson: The Experience
  • Represented Spark Unlimited, the developer of video games Call of Duty Finest Hour, Turning Point: Fall of Liberty and Legendary: The Box, in a breach of contract and fraud claim against Activision Publishing
  • Represented Savage Entertainment, a video game developer whose work includes Transformers, Blacksite, Medal of Honor: Vanguard and U.S. Army: DARPA Real World, in a breach of contract dispute with video game publisher Take Two Interactive
  • Defended video game publisher and developer, Nobilis, in breach of contract case filed by Southpeak Interactive, resulting in a dismissal of the case at the pleading stage
  • Represented Gameloft, a mobile phone interactive gaming publisher, in copyright and trademark infringement action brought against it by Activision Publishing
  • Represented one of the world’s largest production music library, similar to an “iTunes” for the film, TV and videogames industries, handle many of its license and technology deals