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Loeb & Loeb has created a new practice focusing on the digitalization of video games. The firm has tapped Daniel O’Connell Offner, the former national chairman of the intellectual property transactions practice group at Nixon Peabody, to run the new practice. The new practice will focus specifically on such matters as  “the transformation of video games to digital media, such as IPods and telephones” and video game funding  according to Mickey Mayerson, co-chairman of Loeb & Loeb’s corporate media & entertainment group.

Loeb & Loeb is a national law firm with over 300 attorneys. The firm has offices in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Nashville and Washington, D.C.

  
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