Are you a freelance Writer, Editor, or Book Coach who wants to protect your income and reputation?
Do you know how to use a contract to reduce the financial risks you face every day?
Chances are you don’t… and when it comes to contracts,
what you don’t know CAN hurt you!
Join Me for this FREE Webinar Training
What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You—
Five Critical Ways to Protect Your Success In A Work for Hire Contract
Thursday, October 8th
During this FREE WEBINAR, you’ll learn how to identify five critical provisions that every Writer, Editor and Book Coach MUST KNOW about the Most Essential Tool in their business—the Work Made for Hire Contract!
Discover Five Easy and Simple Steps to —
- REDUCE THE RISK that you DON’T GET PAID for what you actually do
- DISCOURAGE CLIENT LAWSUITS and avoid the bankruptcy that could follow
- INCLUDE the MUST-HAVE “work-made-for-hire” provision Copyright Law requires
- REDUCE THE THREAT of being sued by a third party for libel, invasion of privacy or infringement
- PROTECT YOUR REPUTATION from being slammed on social media
When it comes to protecting your peace of mind and raising your professional profile as a WRITER, EDITOR, OR BOOK COACH, there is no better time than NOW.
Register Now for This FREE WEBINAR – Make Your Writing, Editing, or Coaching Business and Future More Secure
About Denise Gibbon, Attorney at Law
Denise Gibbon is an attorney, published author and poet. She provides valuable information and insights about publishing, copyright and contract issues on her blog, Above the Dotted Line. Her work includes —
- The review and analysis of publishing, agency, ghost and co-writing contracts, fielding questions about copyright, libel, invasion of privacy, electronic publishing, and warranties.
- Authoring a legal column dubbed “The Legal Weapon” for members of the Los Angeles chapter of Sisters in Crime and negotiating two publishing contracts for the organization.
- Persuading a large New York publisher not to categorize her client’s already-published true-life-non-fiction work as fiction.
- Successfully convincing producers of a popular TV tabloid to remove libelous material about a writer-client from a segment prior to its national broadcast date.
- As a reporter and journalist for a New York newspaper, Denise interviewed and wrote feature articles about cultural icons such as Janis Ian, Richie Havens and Cleo Laine.
DISCLAIMER: This webinar is for informational purposes only. It does not establish an attorney-client relationship or constitute legal advice.
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