Under the guidance of Founder and Dean ‘Julynn Lilliehook,’ the Second Life Law School has opened its virtual doors, and is now accepting new students. Real-life law students are encouraged to join, but ‘Lilliehook’ notes on the school’s blog that “SLLS is a place for ANYONE to learn [because] everyone should understand the law.” The [...]
Archive for November, 2007
A default judgment (.pdf) was recently entered for Eros, LLC of Lutz, Florida against defendant Robert Leatherwood of North Richland Hills, Texas, by the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. Eros originally brought the suit against a fictitious defendant (also known as a “John Doe” defendant) who was identified in the [...]
As part of Pro Bono Week (Nov. 12-17), Lovells, a major international law firm, recently opened a pro bono exhibition in Second Life (via LawFuel). It’s an interesting, nontraditional build, and it does a good job highlighting Lovells’ pro bono efforts. Worth visiting (SLURL).
Posted in Blizzard, Civil Procedure, Contract Law, Hernandez v. IGE, Lawsuits, Property Law, Providers, RMT/RCE, Virtual Law, Virtual Worlds & Games, World of Warcraft on November 26th, 2007 5 Comments »
Last month, Hernandez v. IGE defendant IGE filed a motion (.pdf, via Justia) to stay the case in favor of arbitration, or dismiss it in favor of jurisdiction in California. Hernandez recently responded, arguing the Florida court should keep the case (.pdf, via Justia). Brief recap: Plaintiff (on behalf of essentially all World of Warcraft [...]