What You Need to Know About Rights Clearance and Permissions



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Presenter: Stephen E. Gillen, Partner, Wood, Herron & Evans

Guide to Rights Clearance and PermissionsYour contract provided by your publisher will probably put the burden of securing permission for the use of third party material solely on you. How much of this is negotiable? What are the possible compromises? And regardless of whether you end up doing it or the publisher does it, under what circumstances do you need permission and how do you best go about getting it? Get answers to these questions from Stephen E. Gillen, a lawyer with more than 40 years of experience in and around the publishing business, and author of Guide to Rights Clearance and Permissions in Scholarly, Educational, and Trade Publishing.


Presenter: Stephen E. Gillen teaches Electronic Media Law at the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music. Steve worked for nearly 20 years in publishing prior to entering private practice in the middle 1990’s. He is presently a partner at Wood, Herron & Evans (a 145-year-old Cincinnati law firm focused on intellectual property) where he concentrates his practice on publishing, media, and copyright matters. Steve is a long-time member of the TAA Council and a regular speaker at TAA conferences. He is also the author of Guide to Textbook Publishing Contracts; Guide to Rights Clearance and Permissions in Scholarly, Educational, and Trade Publishing; and coauthor of Writing and Developing Your College Textbook: A Comprehensive Guide. 

 
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