Video games and apps present a unique set of legal considerations. In addition to the legal aspects of developing and exploiting your video game or app, you may need to address data collection, safe operation and responsible behaviour in public forums. Our team of experienced video game and app lawyers can advise you on all of legal aspects of your video game or app project and provide the agreements you need to acquire, finance, develop, protect and exploit your video games and apps.
At Edwards Creative Law, we have first-hand experience developing video games, and the legal expertise to protect your intellectual property. Explore our video game and app services or contact us today to discuss your project.
Apps are ubiquitous in modern life and the popularity of video games continues to grow. Creators and developers must ensure that their rights in their games and apps are protected. Leave the legal aspects to us, so that you can concentrate on development, production and exploitation of your game or app.
An agreement between a developer and an individual or corporation hired by the developer to provide certain services.
An agreement giving one party the option, but not the obligation, to license or purchase certain rights with respect to a property so that they may develop it.
A video game agreement between a developer and a publisher to allow the publisher to release the video game to the public and to negotiate platform deals.
An agreement between a rights holder and the users of the video game or app setting out what rights a user has with respect to the game or app and what they are not permitted to do.
An agreement between a developer (borrower) and a lender (bank or finance company) to provide development funding by lending against tax credits, licences and other receivables.
An agreement between an investor and a development company under which the investor purchases an interest in the development company or the assets it is developing.
A statement describing how a company collects, uses and stores personal information it collects from its users.
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