Legal Mag Recognizes Video Game Attorney As Outstanding LawyerS

Attorney Stephen Smith got a nod from legal magazine Los Angeles Daily Journal today in their "20 Under 40" feature for his impact on the interactive gaming industry.

Smith's case victories include a $13 million suit awarded to Ubisoft Entertainment for the contentious Bratz license dispute with MGA Entertainment, a $10 million copyright infringement claim against Optical Experts Manufacturing for leaking info on Assassin's Creed, and scoring Ubisoft rights to Tom Clancy's soul name and likeness.

"We are pleased that Steve has been recognized for his outstanding work within one of the entertainment industry's hottest areas," said Smith's boss, Greenberg Glusker's Managing Partner Norman H. Levine. "His understanding of the industry and the competitive environment helps make the Firm a leader in this evolving area of entertainment law."

Kind of makes me want to be a lawyer. I wonder if I should try and transfer my grad studies to Stanford's law school...