Legal Language: What Your Contracts and Other Documents Should Say
David Koehser, an attorney specializing in publishing law, will discuss contracts for editors: What should a contract say? How can you create one? How do you protect yourself against legal claims relating to copyright, defamation, or privacy issues? What contract language makes sure you get paid, and what recourse do you have if a client doesn’t pay? This discussion may also touch on other legal documents, such as nondisclosure agreements.
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David Koehser has been practicing copyright and publishing law and working with publishers and writers for over thirty-five years. He is a graduate of the University of Iowa and the University of Minnesota Law School. He is a past member of the board of the Minnesota Book Publishers Roundtable and has also served as chair of the Minnesota State Bar Association Art & Entertainment Law Section and the Hennepin County Bar Association Business Law Section.