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About DPG at Law

An Attorney Who Understands You

The 21st Century is full of new legal challenges. I understand new media, video games, esports, online business, and other aspects of modern life because, like many of my clients, I have been deeply involved in them throughout my life. Coupled with my detailed understanding of the law, this strong personal engagement with today’s issues allows me to help my clients successfully navigate them.

Whether you develop websites or video games, create content on sites like YouTube and Twitch, want to register a copyright or trademark, play or work in esports, or simply need a contract reviewed or drafted, I know I can help. I am happy to discuss your situation over any method you prefer, whether email, text, phone, VOIP, instant messaging, or anything else. I strive to be a new kind of lawyer for a new age.

Trust me to provide the legal services you need in the way you need them.

I have also been a major figure in the world of esports, competitive video gaming, and video game entertainment since 2010, having provided live commentary at major esports events, developed and appeared in web shows, and worked with all shapes and sizes of entertainment and video game groups. This experience has given me an unparalleled familiarity with the issues many of my clients face.

To learn more about my education and accomplishments, please follow the link below.

Although my office is located in Los Angeles, I often represent clients throughout California and the United States.

I offer preliminary consultations to potential clients completely free of charge. I can be reached in person or through the phone at 424-262-1718, Skype at dpgatlaw, email at [email protected], or my convenient online contact form.



DPG at Law
3415 South Sepulveda Boulevard
Suite 1100
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Phone: 424.262.1718
Email: [email protected]
Skype: dpgatlaw
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