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Archive for August, 2007

World of Warcraft publisher Blizzard Entertainment has been sued by Founder Electronics Co. Ltd., a Beijing company. Founder alleges the fonts used in Blizzard’s Chinese version of World of Warcraft infringe Founder’s copyright. Beijing High People’s Court recently accepted the suit. I have no idea how Chinese copyright law works (though based what I saw [...]

Discovery proceeds in the Bragg v. Linden Lab case. Bragg recently served two sets of document requests on Linden Lab, and has made them available. As is my policy on live lawsuits, I’ll run the excerpts without significant commentary. I expect, however, that these excerpts will raise some interesting questions for readers. The first set [...]

Recently, VB began a new feature: closely examining filings in cases related to virtual law. Unlike most posts here, these posts contain only a tiny bit of opinion and not much personality at all. As I pointed out when I first ran one of these, there’s an important reason for that. Since these posts are [...]

Actually, you may not want this particular job. It appears to pay $9.00 an hour and require no experience. At anything. I’m fairly sure some In-N-Out Burger locations offer higher pay and have higher standards. But if you happen to be at the University of Chicago law school, are looking to pick up some virtual [...]

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