Author Law A to Z: A Desktop Guide to Writers' Rights and Responsibilities

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Capital Books, 2005 - 350 lappuses
From authors to editors, literary agents to journalists, anyone who works with words confronts an astonishing variety of legal puzzles and perils. This easy-to-use guide to writers' rights and responsibilities will help users navigate this legal maze and work more profitably. Part legal dictionary, part publishing encyclopedia and chock-full of helpful how-to advice, Author Law A to Z addresses key concepts in the publishing field. Styled as a series of alphabetical entries, this reference book makes it easy for readers to locate answers to specific questions, get help with a particular problem, or simply browse an array of fascinating entries for greater professional knowledge. Topics include all the major legal issues related to the business of writing and publishing. Entries are extensively cross-referenced for maximum usefulness and most are supplemented with charts, checklists, sidebars, boxes, tips, profiles, case summaries, sample letters, contracts, forms, and other illustrative material.

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National Geographic Society 244 F 3d 1267 11th
47
A M Records Inc v Napster Inc 239 F 3d 1004 9th Cir 2001 144
54
B Back Matter to Bundle of Rights
67
с Cable Act of 1984 to Cybersquatting
113
New York Times v Sullivan 376 U S 254 1964 228
149
Damages to Due Diligence
158
American Civil Liberties Union 521 U S 844 1997 195
178
Earn Out to Exhibit
179
Magazine to Musical Works
232
Brookfield Communications Inc v West Coast Entertainment Corp
235
N National Association of Science Writers to Notice
238
o Obscenity to Over the Transom
245
P Packager to Punitive Damages
251
AcuffRose Music Inc 510 U S 569 1994
252
Q Query
269
S Sampling to Syndication
278

F Failure of Consideration to Future Technologies
186
Amana Refrigeration Inc v Consumers Union of United States Inc 431
188
Random House Inc 811 F 2d 90 2d Cir rehg denied
192
Atari Games Corp v Oman 888 F 2d 878 D C Cir 1989 319
201
G Galley Proofs to Group Registration
205
H Hardcover to Hyperlink
212
Bourne Co v Tower Records Inc 976 F 2d 99 2d Cir 1992
215
Time Inc v Bernard Geis Associates 293 F Supp 130S D N Y 1968 189 346
218
J Joint Accounting to Juvenile Books
220
Trust Co Bank v MGMUA Entertainment Co 593 F Supp 580
282
Arte Publico Press 204 F 3d 601 5th Cir 2000
289
T Takedown to Trespass for Reporters
296
U S Government Publications to Uruguay Round
311
W Waiver to Writers Guild of America
322
Cowles Media Co 501 U S 663 1991 198
333
Pacifica Foundation 438 U S 726 1978 196
340
Х XRated to XRay
344
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Sallie Randolph is a senior partner with Randolph Law Offices and concentrates on copyright and publishing law. During a distinguished career as a freelance journalist she wrote hundreds of articles for magazines and major newspapers and authored six books. Ms. Randolph holds a bachelors degree from Michigan State University and is a cum laude graduate of State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law. She teaches publishing law as an adjunct professor at her alma mater, where she established a copyright clearance program and served as the program's initial director. She is a frequent speaker and consultant on publishing and copyright law at writers' conferences and educational institutions. Ms. Randolph is chair of the Legal Resources Committee of the American Society of Journalists and Authors (ASJA), former chair of the Intellectual Property Committee of the Bar Association of Erie County, New York and a member of the New York State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, ASJA and the Authors Guild. She lives in Buffalo, NY.

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