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Digital Media Contracts Hardcover – 7 Apr 2011

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As much a cultural history as a book about copyright and the related moral rights, this book offers a fascinating angle on copyright, with surprising relevance for the modern publishing industry. (Joss Saunders, Learned Publishing)

But as a contracts manager (and perhaps even an intellectual property lawyer) it is easy to feel unequipped and at sea when dealing with digital products or marketing tools. This book could be a lifeboat. (Anji Clarke, Learned Publishing)

Overall, this book provides any party involved in media negotiations with useful checklists and model clauses to consider using. (Professor Charles Oppenheim, Managing Information, Issue 9)

About the Author

Alan Williams is a consultant to DLA Piper, and has extensive experience in advising publishers across all areas of their business, and advises clients in film, theatre and other creative industries. Duncan Calow is a Partner at DLA Piper, and has extensive experience of advising clients within publishing, digital media and e-commerce industries. Andrew Lee is a consultant at Andrew Lee & Associates.

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