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Legal Clinic for Writers Features Lawyer and Agent

06/15/2010

Questions abound: How can I find a reputable agent? What copyright concerns should I have? Can you define "fair use"? Are there permissions issues related to my project?  When do I get a royalty check?

Eager to get published, and patiently enduring what can be an arduous process, many writers wade into the business of publishing without knowing what happens with the rights to their own intellectual property.  Writers, get your legal questions answered by two of the best professionals in the business.

CityLit Project and Maryland Lawyers for the Arts, in partnership with Creative Alliance, present

Know Your Rights! Legal Clinic for Writers
Saturday, August 21, 2010
1:30-3:30pm
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224

Cynthia Sanders is an intellectual property and entertainment lawyer with a practice spanning copyright, trademark, fair use, licensing, advertising, and technology transfer issues. She works for the Baltimore firm Ober | Kaler.

Laura Strachan has her own literary agency, specializing in literary fiction and narrative nonfiction.  She is also a licensed attorney and is admitted to the Bars of Maryland and the District of Columbia.

Registration: Advanced registration $55 ($50 for CA members). Walk-in registration $65 ($60 for CA members).

Don't take risks.  Let Cynthia Sanders and Laura Strachan offer you their experience, strategy, and individual attention.

Register on-line by clicking here.

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