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|The photographer's definitive business and legal resource is now completely updated and expanded. In this valuable guide, arts attorney Leonard DuBoff takes you step by step though all the legal aspects of the photography business. Here is expert advice for everything from contracts to trademarks, including government licenses, taxes, censorship, the rights of privacy and publicity, leases and insurance, estate planning, and more. This latest, up-to-the minute edition pays special attention to the legal challenges that have been brought about by digital cameras and the Internet. With the important legal advice found in this guide, you'll save thousands of dollars in attorney fees-and find expert legal assistance when you need it the most. " . . . a complete discussion of the legal and business issues of everyday concern to photographers."-- "PhotoSource International."|
The revisions for this third edition cover key digital issues, such as the Copyright Office's new online registration process; post-9/11 rules for shooting in "sensitive" environments; and updates to right of privacy laws. Not only can this book save thousands in attorney's fees, it also explains how to find good legal assistance when necessary. Readers will find information on:--censorship and obscenity--the rights of privacy and publicity--organizing as a business--tax deductions for the home office--relevant court cases--photography organizations--releases, contracts, and other forms
The revisions for this third edition of the comprehensive legal and business guide for photographers include information about new copyright registration methods, how to handle stock photography deals online, new cases on fair use and copyright infringement, post 9/11 rules for shooting in "sensitive" environments, and updates to right of publicity laws protecting images of famous people even after death. In addition, the book covers everything from trademarks and copyright to contracts, government licenses, taxes, censorship, leases and insurance, agents, and more. This book offers valuable advice that can save thousands of dollars in attorney's fees and also tells how to find good legal assistance when it is needed.
This German language title presents a new interpretation of Luke�s theology and ethics. The author demonstrates how Luke develops his theological agenda by contrasting the teaching of Jesus with that of John the Baptist. B�hlemann shows that the confrontation with the followers of John the Baptist runs through the whole of Luke�s Gospel and through The Acts of the Apostles. By taking up and modifying the themes of John�s preaching, Luke develops his own theology of liberation which distinguishes him from John�s followers and with which he seeks to win them for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. John and his followers preached with threats of judgement while Jesus is depicted as a forgiving pastoral leader - the good shepherd. This new interpretation of the Lukan works reveals a narrative theology of great systematic consistency.
This comprehensive guide for aspiring and professional photographers covers all of their legal and business concerns, providing answers to questions that can mean the difference between success and ruin. The Law (in Plain English) for Photographers is an invaluable resource that encompasses a wide range of issues from trademarks and censorship to insurance and agents. Readers will find information on: --censorship and obscenity --the rights of privacy and publicity --organizing as a business --tax deductions for the home office --relevant court cases --photography organizations --releases, contracts, and other forms The revisions for this third edition also cover key digital issues, such as the Copyright Office's new online registration process; post-9/11 rules for shooting in "sensitive" environments; and updates to right of privacy laws. Not only can this book save thousands in attorney's fees, it also explains how to find good legal assistance when necessary.
|Author||Leonard D. Duboff|
|Number Of Pages||256 pages|
|Publisher||Skyhorse Publishing Company, Incorporated|
|LC Classification Number||KF2042.P45D75 2010|
|"Lives up to its plain English billing without dumbing down explanations of complex intellectual property, copyright, privacy, and licensing issues ... An especially good section on estate planning will help commercial and art photographers take steps to preserve the value of their work for the future." -- Library Journal|