Reading Between the Lines: Negotiating Publishing Contracts (Part I)
About this Program
Join Attorneys Sheila and Gerald Levine in this two part series as they give an in depth and advanced look into negotiating both print and digital (e-book) publishing contracts. They will closely look at copyright law and more specifically the relevant provisions in ascertaining the author's ownership and grant of rights. They will also discuss print publishing contracts and the typical provisions and highly negotiable terms. In addition, much focus will be given to the topic of royalties in the print publishing context, various representations and warranties, and the corresponding case law. They will conclude this first session with an overview of negotiating strategies every attorney should never forget.
I. General Overview
II. Print Publishing Contracts
III. Highly Negotiable Terms
V. Representations and Warranties
VI. Negotiation and Strategies
The Levines are as sweet as they can be. They're very thorough, and I felt like they were talking about my contract. Not exactly exciting but very helpful. Thank you!
Valuable insights by obviously experienced lawyers.
Really informative and in plain English. For sure will listen to part 2.
Very knowledgeable presenters that provided a wealth of information.
Very informative and good advice.
Great Information, thanks.
Very informative. The listing of various rights granted and reserved with respect to the author was helpful.
Good coverage of material.
Relevant to Current forms of publishing as wellas publishing in prior times as well
Excellent and very thorough, thank you!
phenomenal job - this handout goes in the permanent resource library
Very informative. Thanks.
Good coverage of subject matter.
More of the spoken comments should have been included in the materials, especially comments about typical percentages.
Very good course. Gives a clause-by-clause analysis for negotiating a publishing contract for your author client.