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Hoeg Law
Virtual Legality
"Virtual Legality" is a continuing series discussing the law, rules, video games, software, and everything digital, hosted by Richard Hoeg, of the Hoeg Law Business Law Firm (Hoeg Law) of Northville, Michigan. Rick has practiced for more than a decade at some of the country's largest law firms, representing IT, software, video game, and other technology companies, as well as the individuals and institutions which fund them. DISCUSSION IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS LEGAL ADVICE. INDIVIDUALS INTERESTED IN THE LEGAL TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS...
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4.8 stars from 86 ratings
Rick does a great job of covering all the different aspects of how the law interacts with the following: gaming, streaming, purchasing, unionizing, Anti-Trust and game creation. On top of that, he even gives reviews on games he plays (as well as Star Wars and Marvel Movies). Entertaining and...Read full review »
mrmdavis via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/26/22
Great pod and Rick Hoeg is a great host detailing out the legal issues of the day in the entertainment space. Great guy to chat with on Twitter.
thesnowman21 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/02/21
Good. Biased, but Good.
Like the updates and the reporting, I personally just need the reporting and from there I choose my standing on an issue. Could do without your point of view, but it is solid reporting. I just ignore when you start ranting.
MKLOLVR via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/25/21
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Paul Tassi at Forbes loves live service games (Destiny, Genshin Impact, Fortnite, etc.), but that love can sometimes lead to interesting hypotheses, like the notion that a game that is ostensibly NOT a "live service" is somehow at a disadvantage. We examine the proposition and his example game:...
Published 08/16/22
Bungie is certainly no stranger to litigation, but with subpoenas now flying, what can we take from Aimjunkies' response to being called out for selling cheat software? Probably not what they'd like us to take. We remember that we do still have a first amendment (!) ...in Virtual...
Published 08/12/22
Published 08/12/22
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