By Steve Watts   //   January 26, 2012 8:15 AM

California to reimburse ESA for Supreme Court legal fees

The state of California has agreed to reimburse the Entertainment Software Association $950,000 for its Supreme Court battle, and the ESA has announced it will put a portion into a new initiative to teach underserved communities important job skills.
By Steve Watts   //   August 8, 2011 2:15 PM

Justice Kagan 'struggled' with video game decision

Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan recently admitted that the ruling in Brown vs. EMA was the most difficult of her SCOTUS career thus far, but ultimately couldn't overcome the First Amendment precedent.
By Steve Watts   //   July 25, 2011 11:45 AM

ESA requesting $1.1 million reimbursement for attorney fees

The ESA has filed a request with the Supreme Court to order the state of California to reimburse them for legal fees for the recent SCOTUS case. The organization is requesting $1.1 million.
By Steve Watts   //   June 24, 2011 11:30 AM

SCOTUS ruling on California game law expected Monday

The Supreme Court is expected to rule on Brown v. EMA next week, most likely on Monday. The case could have a large impact on the video game industry, and determining if games are protected by the First Amendment.