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Stroker Serpentine (RL: Kevin Alderman) is the founder of Eros, LLC, a U. based company specializing in virtual world development, consulting, and marketing.
He is also known for his work on intellectual property rights and combating intellectual property theft in virtual environments - mainly in the popular virtual world of Second Life where he participates as the avatar "Stroker Serpentine".
As as result of Alderman's "Sex Bed Case", many lawyers and firms such as Francis Taney of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, who represented Alderman in his landmark case(s), have created teams of attorneys and legal analysts devoted specifically to "Virtual Law".
Virtual law encompasses the application of intellectual property law (copyright, trademark, and patent), criminal law, property law, contract law, securities law, tax law, and civil procedure as it relates to content creation, developmental considerations and micro-economies of virtual worlds.
Alderman later listed the Amsterdam simulator in March 2007 on Ebay for a sum of ,000.
The Honorable Judge Townes from the East District of New York specified the cases' settlement to include the stipulations that Simon pay any monetary gain back to the plaintiffs, that he make his Pay Pal and Second Life transaction logs available to the plaintiff's attorney, and that Simon will notify the plaintiffs of any new alternate names or accounts he uses in the virtual world of Second Life.
Avatar" litigation, with far-reaching implications in applying copyright law to virtual goods.
Later that same year in October of 2007, Alderman spearheaded a six-person lawsuit against New York native Thomas Simon (aka "Raze Kenzo" in Second Life) for unauthorized copying, resale, and general distribution of the multi-platintiff's intellectual properties.
In late 2007 Alderman began development of his own adult-only 3D virtual world "Eros-3D" capitalizing on his successes with avatar eroticism and motion capture animation technology.
Alderman worked for twenty years as a third-generation residential/commercial plumbing contractor by day and dabbled in virtual worlds by night.
In April of 2008 Benjamin Duranske of the Pillsbury law firm published "Navigating the Legal Landscape of Virtual Worlds", relying heavily upon Alderman's case.