Dealing With Copyrights
Dealing With Copyrights is a practical guide for anyone who deals with literary property in a commercial setting. It was designed specifically as a brief guide for the business person or attorney involved in intellectual property. Literary property covers a wide variety of material from a prize novel to a business report, and as such may be sufficiently developed to warrant copyright or other legal protection. This work provides you with a series of principles that can be applied to most negotiations involving literary property rights.
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TRAFFICKING IN COPYRIGHTS
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