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5 Essential Tips on Copyright Management + Compliance: Think about why you need to manage copyright in your organization. Consider designating a single person to manage your organization’s copyright issues. Continue to educate yourself and those around you about copyright […]
The nine copyright courses in the Certificate in Copyright Management Program offered through Special Libraries Association (SLA) and Lesley Ellen Harris of Copyrightlaws.com are offered throughout the year.
Copyright Permissions in Canadian Colleges + Universities In order to meet the demands of a changing licensee base, Access Copyright, the English language reprography collective in Canada, recently announced
8 Excuses for Not Getting Copyright Permission We have all heard excuses for not obtaining copyright permission prior to using a copyright-protected work. We may even have uttered some
Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works for Persons Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired, or Otherwise Print Disabled
International Copyright Law June 2013 marks a milestone in international copyright law and in the role of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) with the finalization of a new
Have you encountered a copyright concern and need to learn how to handle it? Check out our copyright law courses being offered in October. Or email us and
Copyright risk management is key to copyright compliance. In most situations applying U.S. or other copyright law to the facts at hand is not a clear cut process.
What Are Your Pressing Copyright Issues? We’ve all been there – those sleepless nights, when some nagging sticky issue won’t leave us alone. Some persistent matter that just won’t
U.S. Copyright Law U.S. Copyright Law has so many “nooks and crannies” that it is difficult for those who create, publish and share content to understand just what’s legal
Copyright Newsletter Changes Ownership Big news on my work front. Eighteen years after establishing and editing The Copyright & New Media Law Newsletter, I have passed the torch to