Kenyon & Kenyon Creates “Interactive Entertainment” Practice

Law360, New York (September 21, 2005, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Intellectual property specialist Kenyon & Kenyon has established an interactive entertainment practice to help online gaming companies meet the increasing number of legal challenges facing the industry.

Leading the New York-based firm’s efforts are attorneys James E. Rosini, senior partner in New York and the Chair of Kenyon & Kenyon’s Trademark, Copyright, and Design practice group. Joining him will be Dr. S. Gregory Boyd, an associate in the New York

“Interactive entertainment is the fastest growing portion of the entertainment industry. Online games and massively multiplayer...
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