Eleanor M. Lackman Highlighted in Fordham Lawyer
Eleanor M. Lackman was highlighted in Fordham Lawyer's first-ever tech issue. The publication of Fordham Lawyer's tech issue, which published on January 22nd, also marks the launch of their new digital edition of the magazine.
The article, "From Fordham to Fortnite," discusses how eSports and video games are at forefront of IP law.
From the Article:
"Meanwhile, in the Los Angeles office of Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp, a triangular building with 60-degree angles, one angle is home to a gaming lounge with multiple consoles. 'Like most office buildings, the walls are a little thin so you can’t go mad with the cheering,' notes Eleanor Lackman ’03, an entertainment and IP litigator who, among other things, deals with the legal side of e-sports—video games played competitively for live audiences, often by professionals. 'You can’t work in entertainment and sports without knowing e-sports,' she notes. 'No way. Not these days.'”