Breaking Into Video Game Law with Zack Levine

For this episode, I interviewed Zack Levine.  We had a great conversation about how he became a video game lawyer, interesting facts about video game law and the clients he works with, and his advice on becoming an expert in a new area of the law.  Zack is a partner with Wolk & Levine, LLP, a business and intellectual property law firm in Glendale, California. He is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Southwestern Law School and Glendale College of Law, where he teaches a number of classes covering video game law, contract drafting, and corporate law; he is also a regular contributor to the LA Times and the Cyberspace Lawyer. Zack’s practice is focused on representing content creators and technology companies.

What You’ll Learn in This Episode:

– What video game law involves,

– How Zack started practicing in video game law, who his ideal clients are and some of the most interesting issues he has encountered,

– Advice on becoming an expert on a new area of the law.

Contact Information:

You can reach Zack at his firm’s website or Facebook page at: , and

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