Game Monetization and the Law

Game monetization is a tricky business. In the modern market, where casual games have become simpler than ever to produce and distribute over the internet, control over the monetization of your casual game is an exciting power to have. But [...]

By | September 16th, 2015|Categories: Digital Entertainment Law|Tags: , |

Spring Forest Trading v Wilberry

In the case of Spring Forest Trading v Wilberry, the South African Supreme Court of Appeal held that electronic signatures were binding and that the parties had validly cancelled a contract by email signature in terms of a non-variation clause [...]

By | January 28th, 2015|Categories: Electronic Signature Law|Tags: , , , |

Electronic Signature of Credit Agreements

The electronic signature of credit agreements is problematic! Electronic signatures are taking off across all kinds of industries in South Africa. The credit industry is often an early adopter of emerging technologies - and electronic signatures are no exception. Credit [...]

By | October 21st, 2013|Categories: Electronic Signature Law|Tags: , , |