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Sarah De Wulf and Malik Baba co-authored a book dedicated to the legal aspects of the video-game industry

Sarah De Wulf and Malik Baba co-authored a book dedicated to the lega

Sarah De Wulf and Malik Baba co-authored a book dedicated to the legal aspects of the video-game industry

26.08.2021 BE law

The book, entitled 'Legal Aspects of the video-game industry', provides a first answer to the most important legal questions that might arise in the lifecycle of a video-game company. These insights are intended to be applicable irrespective of jurisdictions, illustrated by real-life situations and easy to read for individuals without a legal background.

TMT Associate Sarah De Wulf and Litigation & Arbitration Associate Malik Baba co-authored this book. Sarah wrote chapter IV on regulatory and data protection. Malik authored chapter VI on relevant contractual clauses and dispute prevention.

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