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This text shows the designer, illustrator, photographer or fine artist how to increase income by licensing creative images. Coverage includes: copyright, patent and trademark law; licensing agreements; maximizing royalties; negotiation checklists; model agreements; finding manufacturers; and licensing in cyberspace.
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Would you like to learn how to profit by licensing your images on apparel, graphics and stationery, household accessories, computer games, CD-ROMs, and countless other products? You hold the key right in your hands. This book teaches you how to succeed in the world of commercial licensing and shows you how you can transform your ideas and images into profitable ventures. Inside you will find a detailed explanation of copyright, trademark, and patent laws so you can protect your work; complete explanations of various licensing agreements; strategies for negotiating licensing agreements to help you maximize royalties; a negotiation checklist to help you evaluate the deals you are offered; and model Agreements covering short and long form licenses, agent representatives, multimedia deals, and confidentiality and nondisclosure issues.About the Author:
Caryn R. Leland is an attorney practicing in Soho in New York City. Her clients include design studios, graphic designers, illustrators, architects, and fine artists. She has taught art law at the School of Visual Arts in New York and lectures frequently to groups of artists and attorneys on copyright and licensing.
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