Virtual Worlds Draw Real World Lawyers

Businesses in Second Life encounter such issues as intellectual property and taxes, and as virtual worlds get more popular, lawyers find they have a role

Businesses setting up outposts in virtual worlds such as Second Life may find they still have plenty of real world legal minefields to navigate. Second Life is the best known of a number of virtual worlds that are attracting a lot of interest from real world businesses. That's partly because commerce is one of the fundamental building blocks of Second Life.

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