Many authors and writers wish they could better understand the legal facets of the stories they craft before, during and after the various stages and pages of their project have been completed.
Your Book Is Your Hook! recognizes this need to know.
In this Legal Corner webinar, join Jennifer S. Wilkov, a nearly 20-year literary and Hollywood consultant and a multi #1 best-selling author who is known at The Literary Agent Matchmaker(TM) and Ryan Fox, the principal at Ryan Fox Law, PLLC, and of counsel at Lyons & Salky Law, LLP, as we discuss Copyright Basics for Authors.
Webinar with Live Q&A
HERE'S WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN JUST 60 MINUTES DURING THIS WEBINAR:
This webinar includes a Live Q&A where you will have the opportunity to ask questions and get professional, actionable guidance about the public domain and the use of third-party material for historical fiction and nonfiction.
With nearly 20 years in publishing, Jennifer is a multi #1 international, best-selling, award-winning author; an award-winning freelance writer, a professional developmental editor (EFA), and a sought-after book and business consultant. As The Literary Agent Matchmaker(TM), she knows that legal matters matter when it comes to protecting the projects you have worked so long and hard to write and craft.
Ryan Fox is the principal at Ryan Fox Law, PLLC, and of counsel at Lyons & Salky Law, LLP. He provides counsel to individuals and businesses on a wide range of matters, including book publishing, motion picture and television, copyright and trademark, and content clearance and fair use. Previously, Ryan was Policy & Advocacy Director at the Authors Guild, where he focused on copyright law and the publishing industry, drafting numerous policy papers on issues such as fair use, moral rights, and internet piracy, and assisting members with issues regarding their publishing contracts. He has spoken at bar association, government, and publishing industry events on topics such as the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, fair use, developing digital markets, and extended collective licensing. He has also worked on entertainment industry contracts as an attorney at HBO, and has held internships at the Guggenheim Museum and Sterling Lord Literistic.
Ryan holds a J.D. from Fordham University School of Law, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal. He graduated with an MFA in Poetry from the University of Virginia, and his poetry has earned the “Discovery”/Boston Review prize and a Yaddo residency. His poems have appeared in The New Yorker, Boston Review and others. Ryan holds a B.A. from the University of Missouri. He is admitted to the New York State Bar.
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