Copyright News You Can Use
by Andrew Berger
Profiting from your creative works has become increasingly difficult. Publishers demand that you give them all rights. When you post works on the Internet, many viewers believe they are free for the taking. Because your works now move across the globe with the click of a mouse, it may no longer be possible to police their use.
In this marketplace, your creative talents are not enough. You also need access to legal information you can use in your business. This newsletter is designed to help fill that need. Each issue will focus on a copyright or related problem and will provide some guidance on how to solve it.
The issues of the newsletter are as follows:
This newsletter is general in nature and provides information to our clients and friends. It is not intended as a substitute for legal advice or a legal opinion given in response to a specific set of facts and should not be relied on for that purpose. If you wish additional information about the above or have questions, please contact Andrew Berger at (212) 702-3167; email@example.com
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Andrew Berger focuses on copyright law, protecting creators of copyrights
against those who have exploited his clients' works without permission. Mr.
Berger is counsel to the New York law firm of Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt.
He graduated from Cornell University and Cornell Law School and currently serves as the President of the Cornell Law Association, the alumni organization representing its 9,000 graduates.
Andrew Berger owns the copyright to all the newsletters and has authorized the Editorial Photographers website to reprint them.
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