Monthly Archives: February 2011

Observations About the John Madden Football Antitrust Litigation: Entry 1 – The Background

A class-action lawsuit about videogame pricing?  This is the first entry in a series regarding our observations about the case Pecover v. Electronic Arts, Inc., a purported class action litigation in which purchasers of John Madden Football assert that Electronic … Continue reading

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Welcome to the BanishLaw Videogame Law Blog!

Videogames have been swiftly evolving over the past 30 years.  The videogames of today bear little resemblance to what is widely considered the first videogame, Pong.  While Pong featured simple graphics, a paddle controller, and a soundtrack limited to simple … Continue reading

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