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property lawyer and author of Literary Law
Guide for Authors: Copyright, Trademark and Contracts in Plain Language,
Tonya Evans-Walls. In a lively and engaging format, Tonya delivers
key information and hot topics about copyright, trademark, publishing
and other contracts and more to writers at every level of their
writing career. She also fields questions commonly asked by writers
and her clients, and provides answers and real life examples to bring
challenging issues to life so that writers can protect and prosper
from their work.
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Works: Using Other People's Work
it's Difficult to
Locate the Copyright Owner
this episode, noted intellectual property and publishing lawyer
Tonya Evans-Walls discusses whether it is OK to use other people's
copyrighted work without permission when it is difficult or
impossible to locate the owner. This issue is also known as the
"orphan works" problem and was addressed recently by the
Copyright Office and Congress.
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