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Publishing Forms and Contracts


ISBN13: 9780195367348
Published: September 2008
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Publication Abandoned




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Publishing continues to be a major industry worldwide, and this book is designed to assist the thousands of entities that regularly contract into a variety of agreements and need advice in drafting or negotiating the best terms for a deal, or otherwise employing or understanding specific terms used. This book-written and compiled by the in-house counsel of a major publishing house-offers more than 80 forms and templates of all of the major agreements regularly encountered by a publishing company, with strategic commentary on their use. Topics covered include book publishing, periodical publishing, electronic publishing, litigation/litigation avoidance, e-commerce and permissions/subsidiary rights.

Each chapter begins with introductory text setting forth key issues and other insights, and then presents the related forms, which in turn are accompanied by drafting and negotiating tips. An accompanying CD-ROM to the book contains all of the forms in electronic format, which can easily be modified for the customer's use.

  • Written by a well-respected expert with a wealth of knowledge in the legal underpinnings of the publishing world
  • Comes with CD-ROM containing more than 80 forms in electronic format, which can easily be modified for the customer's use.
  • Valuable resources for anyone wanting "real-world" forms and practical insight into publishing contracts