Zachary C. Strebeck
Attorney – J.D./MDR Pepperdine University School of Law
Zachary Strebeck is a graduate of Pepperdine University School of Law, holding both J.D. and Masters of Dispute Resolution degrees. He has worked with crowdfunding startup Crowdfunder, film and television studio Lionsgate Entertainment, and film distribution house PorchLight Entertainment, as well as mediating in the Los Angeles County court system. He served as an associate producer and former guest on Entertainment Law Update, a podcast dedicated to legal happenings in the entertainment industry.
A former animator and game designer, Zachary has focused his practice on helping game creators and entrepreneurs like himself realize their dreams by ensuring that their legal needs don’t get in the way of their creative endeavors.
Zachary is an avid video gamer and board game player. He plays classical guitar, and has studied various martial arts, including Jeet Kune Do, Wing Chun Kung Fu, and Filipino Kali.
For more information on Zachary or to retain his services as an attorney, please visit his website or feel free to contact him.
California game lawyer Zachary Strebeck looks at some of the lessons that game devs can learn from the YogVentures! Kickstarter, which raised over $500,000 but has ended development without shipping the product.
On Aug. 6, 2014, video-streaming website Twitch.tv announced that it would implement a new system that would automatically mute unlicensed audio in certain videos. Game lawyer Zachary Strebeck looks at this from the legal perspective.
Game lawyer Zachary Strebeck looks at two big mistakes that developers make in their contracts. These mistakes could cause big trouble down the road and should be avoided at all costs.
On July 16, Ultra records filed a lawsuit against popular YouTube vlogger Michelle Phan in a Los Angeles District Court. Ultra is alleging that Phan committed copyright infringement when she used music by their artists in her videos.
California game lawyer Zachary Strebeck examines the cancellation of Kickstarter-funded game Yogventures! from a legal perspective.
California game lawyer Zachary Strebeck looks at the facts and the law behind a lawsuit filed by former Panamanian dictator against game publisher Activision Entertainment.
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Here, we agree. There are ...
Here, we agree. There are far too many missed opportunities in situations like this for music companies, game companies and other IP holders to make money along with streamers. Having a system in place like someone mentioned earlier could go a long way toward helping.
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I agree. This seems way ...
I agree. This seems way overblown. Then again, I 've never seen Nausicaa, so I wouldn 't have caught it either...
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[Blog - 07/17/2014 - 01:46]
It certainly is a sub-optimal ...
It certainly is a sub-optimal way to pay for work. Payment at certain milestones is a better setup, I think. r n r nGlad to hear everything is going well
[Blog - 07/16/2014 - 06:53]
Well, the case I cited ...
Well, the case I cited above, Winter v. DC Comics, featured two members of the Edgar Winter Group drawn as giant half-worm creatures. This was transformative enough, but offensive to the musicians. r n r nIt 's a tough balance, for sure. I haven 't played the game, but maybe ...