Bragg v. Linden Settles, Still No Virtual Property Precedent

In an astonishingly anticlimactic ending to what could have been the landmark first case on virtual property, Bragg and Linden have entered into a confidential settlement agreement. And while I wouldn’t hold my breath waiting for the agreement to be leaked online, even if it were, there would still be no precedent set on virtual property from this case. I imagine it’s only a matter of time until some other case does just what many of us expected from Bragg v. Linden, but we will have to wait and see what case does just that.

Previous Law of the Game Coverage can be found here.

[Via Virtually Blind, Game Politics]

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Mark Methenitis is an attorney in Dallas Texas. Mark received his Juris Doctorate and his Master of Business Administration from Texas Tech University and his Bachelor of Arts from The University of Texas.

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