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Exclusive Rights for Exploiting Literary Works

Co-author, Gerald M. Levine Publishers expect and demand exclusive rights for exploiting literary works. When lawyers talk about “standard” clauses and courts refer to publishing contracts as “standard agreements” it is not to suggest that there is a standard form such as we expect for certain real estate transactions. What we mean by “standard” is […]

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Reserving Rights When Agreeing to License

Publishers typically demand rights for the duration of copyright although the shelf life of the licensed work is likely to be measured in single digit years. Authors have a basked of exclusive rights set  out in Section 106 of the Copyright Act only some of which should be agreed to in book publishing contracts. Other […]

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