Copyright and Contracts Webinar
At a Glance
Even if you're fairly business savvy, publishing contracts are a breed of their own. There are terminology and standard practices that are not found in other business deals. Even if you plan to have an agent or attorney review your contract, you should know what you're signing. In this seminar, we'll go over the must-need-to-know clauses, give you suggested language changes to make the agreement more writer friendly, and tell you what you probably can't change, so you'll know if you're getting the best deal. We will cover contracts for both articles and books. We'll also discuss how to protect your copyright, and how to be sure your use of others' work is permissible.
What you'll learn:
- What Happens When You Don't Have a Contract
- Protecting Your Copyright
- Fair Use and Permissions
- Grant of Rights
- Warranties and Indemnities
- Advances and Royalties
- Subsidiary Rights
- Publisher Writer's Digest Books
- Publication date: 01/01/2011
- Return policy: This item is not eligible for return.
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Meet the Author: Amy Cook
Amy Cook is an attorney who has focused on intellectual property and publishing law issues for over 17 years. She is on the board of directors of Lawyers for the Creative Arts and serves as the Managing Editor of the Chicago Bar Association's magazine, The Record. She is a frequent seminar leader, most often at Chicago's Newberry Library and also has been a presenter at the University of Chicago's Graham School of Continuing Education, University of Illinois at Chicago, and Depaul University, among others. Cook is proud to have a long association with Writer's Digest magazine, having initiated their "Ask the Lawyer" column, and wrote numerous feature ...