The Copyright Handbook: What Every Writer Needs to Know

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Nolo, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 527 pages
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Protect your written works with copyright, easily and legally!
In the Information Age, writers need to take steps to protect their hard work. Fortunately, "The Copyright Handbook" provides everything you need to get the job done.
Inside, you'll find the essential information and forms you need to protect all types of written expression under copyright law. Let "The Copyright Handbook" show you how to:
register your work
maximize copyright protection
use a copyright notice
transfer ownership of copyright
avoid infringement
deal with infringers
understand the "fair use" rule
get permission to use copyrighted work, and
profit from your copyright.
The 10th edition has been completely updated to provide the latest case law and copyright regulations, and includes new information about electronically filing for copyright and expanded coverage of Internet works, such as blogs. The CD-ROM provides over 30 up-to-date legal and copyright forms.

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The Copyright Handbook: What Every Writer Needs to Know by Stephen Fishman (11th Ed.) published by NOLO is particularly geared towards writers, as the title suggests. I found the book helpful both as ... Read full review

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NOLO books are valuable resources in assisting individuals to understand legal topics. They are not, nor do they try to be, a substitute for personalized legal advice. This title on copyright, in 405 ... Read full review

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Stephen Fishman is the author of many Nolo books including Deduct It!, Every Landlord's Tax Deduction Guide and Home Business Tax Deductions plus many other legal and business books. He received his law degree from the University of Southern California in 1979. After time in government and private practice, he became a full-time legal writer in 1983.

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