Scripting pearls of wisdom and drafting literary masterpieces is only part of a writer's job. There are many legal issues tied to writing, and it's better to read up on them in advance than to be reminded when it's too late that ignorance is no excuse under the law. Copyright laws alone are the subject of four chapters in The Writer's Legal Guide, followed by instruction on the Freedom of Information Act, limits of expression, and contracts. With newly updated chapters on electronic rights and tax issues, this reference contains a multitude of facts that are vital to the concerns of the writer.
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