Langdell v EA, Part 2

I wrote last week about the Tim Langdell/Edge Games’ lawsuit against EA over a range of “Edge”-related trademarks, in which Mr Langdell took a beating to put it lightly.  Here’s a few updates since then: Rob Crossley at Develop reports that Edge Games is also involved in a legal dispute with Future Publishing, publisher of Edge… Continue reading Langdell v EA, Part 2

Langdell v EA: what the lawsuit really means

It was revealed today that Tim Langdell, the man behind Edge Games, has comprehensively lost his lawsuit claiming that EA had infringed his “EDGE” trademarks when it released “Mirror’s Edge”.   The case is one of a number of recent attempts by Langdell to protect these alleged trademarks – all of which are thrown into serious question… Continue reading Langdell v EA: what the lawsuit really means

Edge and PC Gamer love Gamer/Law

Some flagrant self-publication here I’m afraid: This month’s edition of Edge magazine, the bible of video games culture, includes an interview with me on  the impact of DRM and intellectual property trends on the games industry. Also, this month’s edition of PC Gamer features some thoughts from me on the legal issues underpinning virtual goods… Continue reading Edge and PC Gamer love Gamer/Law