Interactive Age has listed Haynes and Boone, LLP among the top 30 law firms for business and technology issues with relevance to video games, new media and interactive entertainment.

Interactive Age's survey displayed that only 530 attorneys nationally are focused on the swiftly budding gaming industry, which is exhibiting immense growth and a escalating number of transactions. Haynes and Boone has more than 70 permanent rational property and expertise attorneys with many paying attention mainly on gaming and cyberspace law.

David McCombs, partner and chair of Haynes and Boone's firmwide technology practice stated that Gaming and cyberspace law is becoming a major component of their by and large intellectual property practice and witnesses a lot of cross-over with traditional IP and technology issues.Additionally he also stated that the steady growth of this sector leaves companies facing rapid decisions in fairly unexplored territory.

The Interactive Age rankings were released in advance of the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law Game-Business-Law summit. The yearly conference unites worldwide video game industry leaders, developers, publishers, lawyers and venture capitalists to discover trends in the marketplace.