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Announcement: Kevin Dong Joins Odin Team

We’re thrilled to welcome Kevin Dong to our Odin Law and Media Team! Kevin Dong, Attorney Kevin Dong joins Odin Law and Media to build a practice focused on corporate and transactional law, focusing primarily on entertainment and technology clients. His practice has a particularly strong emphasis on video games, content creators, anime, esports, and …

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Brandon J. Huffman Quoted on California Pay Transparency Law

The Washington Post recently wrote about California’s enforcement of a pay transparency law that is now requiring many video game companies in the state to share salary information within job postings. Here is an excerpt: For job searchers, broad and vague pay information may obscure how much money they should negotiate for and can expect …

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Moonlighting: who owns what?

Moonlighting and side hustles – whatever you want to call them – come up frequently in the games space. However, it is important to keep in mind some potential issues that can arise – both from an employer’s perspective and from an employee’s perspective. An employer will generally want (and likely needs) to own all …

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Amanda Whorton to Present at the 44th ABA Forum on Entertainment & Sports Industries

On Thursday, October 6th, Amanda Whorton will present at the 44th Annual ABA Forum on the Entertainment & Sports Industries in Las Vegas, Nevada. She will be presenting alongside Maddy Batliboi [Meta], Sasha Safavi [United Masters], Douglas Reilly [Lucasfilm Games/Disney] and Danny Walvick [Sirius XM/Pandora]. The topic will be: Music Licensing in the Age of …

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Roe v. Wade

At Odin Law and Media, we are outraged at the overturning of Roe v. Wade. We acknowledge the basic truth that women are competent, autonomous people who will make their own healthcare decisions. These choices are intensely private, and the government has no role to play in them. The entire democratic system is weakened when …

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What does at-will employment mean?

At-will employment is the default rule of employment in the United States. However, some states, even ones that adhere generally to at-will employment, have restrictions and limitations surrounding employment termination. This post summarizes at-will employment in a general sense and does not delve into all exceptions and restrictions. As always, it is best to seek …

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