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USER GUIDE: Georgia Music, Postproduction, & NEW Interactive Entertainment Tax Credits

The Georgia General Assembly concluded its 154th session on March 30th. Fifty-six members of the Senate and 180 members of the House of Representatives convened. My colleagues in the entertainment industries and I tracked four bills (H.B.) before the legislature: 155, 196, 199, and 277. Of these, only three “crossed over” to the Senate before […]
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The Georgia Entertainment Industry Postproduction Investment Act (explained)

Above: my time as a legislative aide while a 3L at Georgia State University College of Law for Senate Minority Leader, Steve Henson, during the 2012 regular session. Many good memories on the Senate floor and great experience being part of the legislative process, including working with luminaries like former Senator Jason Carter, Senators Fort, […]
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Arts Applications in Games

Last Wednesday, I presented at Georgia Lawyers for the Arts in the King Plow Arts Center on a topic that discussed arts applications in games. Entitled, “Arts Applications In Computer and Video Games,” my presentation discussed what rises to the level of copyrightable content for artists, writers, and illustrators; what type of content developers seek […]
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