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Abstract

Written for computer artists and programmers, this paper addresses the basics, as well as the registration of multiple works, difference between works that are and are not prepared "for hire," and other matters of interest to entrepreneurs as well as to free-lance programmers and artists.

Publication Date

1-1-2015

Publisher

University of New Hampshire School of Law's Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property

Document Type

Article

Rights

Mounting online copies elsewhere is not permitted, but links are welcome. Published copies are not available, but those who wish may, however, print and distribute copies of these pages without further permission, on two conditions: 1.) No more may be charged than is needed to recover out-of-pocket costs, and 2.)The full page, with URL, is distributed. These materials have often been expanded or revised in response to feedback, and were last revised in 2015.

Additional Information

This series began by Professor Field in the 1970s in print booklets continued as web pages and were last updated in 2015.

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