Confused about copyright rules and fair use for Internet content? Then discover some do’s and don’ts by estate and literary lawyer, Kelley Way.
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Authors often wonder if they can use the name of a real business in their novels. Literary lawyer Kelley Way shares about the issues of using business names in your books.
Whether you hire an attorney (one who does publishing contracts regularly) or decide you are intelligently qualified to make some appropriate legal amendments, I suggest you BEST BEWARE the clause in your contract about Future Technology.
The day has finally dawned! After all your hard work and endless rounds of submissions, you have a publisher that wants to publish your book. But when the publisher hands you the contract, should you just sign on the dotted line, or should you look it over first? If you did look it over, what would you be looking for?