In an age of advancing technology and changing rules, authors and publishers are struggling to maintain a balance between the copyright holder’s economic interests and society’s right to access information.
Standardized contracts are often used as tools in establishing these rights. However, a “boilerplate” publishing contract may have unexpected and unfair consequences, whether you’re an author or publisher. And just like any other business, that’s just the beginning of the legal issues you’ll face.
Whether you’re a library, university, author or publisher, we can structure deals that work for you in terms as simple as black and white.