Matt Syrkin was quoted in a front page article that ran in The New York Times on December 25, 2012.  The article, which was also syndicated around the world and on the front page of the International Herald Tribune, was titled "Real and Virtual Firearms Nurture a Marketing Link" and was about the growing ties between video game companies and gun manufacturers.  "Some video game makers use depictions of weapons that are slight modifications of real ones or alter their names, avoiding possible legal complications.  But most established video game developers and publishers, given the huge amount of money invested in a game, seek out explicit authorizations or licenses from product manufacturers … 'There is a material risk in putting anything into a game unless you have a license,' said Matt, who added that such agreements also protect manufacturers from having their products depicted in an illegal or unflattering manner."

The full article can be read on the NY Times website.