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WHO WE HELP

CREATIVE PROFESSIONALS

Creative people have big dreams. Creative professionals expect to be paid for delivering on their dreams. If you provide creative services, design creative experiences, or run your business in innovative and creative ways, the resources at the Creative Law Center are for you.

WRITERS

Whether you write fiction, non-fiction, for the screen, or freelance, over the course of your career you will have "run-ins" with the law when it comes to: how to protect your work and  enforce your rights; how you can use or reference the work of others; what the terms of an agent's, publisher's, or option agreement mean; how to secure rights to cover art, to name just a few issues that will come up. You learn about those and more here at the Creative Law Center.

WRITERS

Whether you write fiction, non-fiction, for the screen, or freelance, over the course of your career you will have "run-ins" with the law when it comes to: how to protect your work and  enforce your rights; how you can use or reference the work of others; what the terms of an agent's, publisher's, or option agreement mean; how to secure rights to cover art, to name just a few issues that will come up. You learn about those and more here at the Creative Law Center.

artists

When you sell your work, you have not sold your rights ~ your copyrights, that is. If you want, you can continue to create original work based on what you have sold to build your style, to create a following, and to establish relationships with collectors. Here at the Creative Law Center, you learn how to develop multiple revenue streams from a single piece.

photographers

Solid contracts and defeating infringement are among the challenges faced by photographers. Whether you're shooting weddings, for editorial use, or in the studio, you need to understand the rights you have in your work, how to protect them, and how to contract with your clients so they understand what can and cannot be done with your images.

photographers

Solid contracts and defeating infringement are among the challenges faced by photographers. Whether you're shooting weddings, for editorial use, or in the studio, you need to understand the rights you have in your work, how to protect them, and how to contract with your clients so they understand what can and cannot be done with your images.

entrepreneurs

When you run your own creative business, you take on greater than normal financial risks. The key is to take carefully assessed calculated risks, then to protect what you build. The Creative Law Center will help you do just that.

Designers

As a designer, you need to know when to protect your work, how to run a creative business, when and how you can use or reference the work of others, and many other details in the business of being a creative professional.

Designers

As a designer, you need to know when to protect your work, how to run a creative business, when and how you can use or reference the work of others, and many other details in the business of being a creative professional.

creative professionals

Creative people have big dreams. Creative professionals expect to be paid for delivering on their dreams. If you provide creative services, design creative experiences, or run your business in innovative and creative ways, the resources at the Creative Law Center are for you.

writers

Whether you write fiction, non-fiction, for the screen, or freelance, over the course of your career you will have "run-ins" with the law when it comes to: how to protect your work and  enforce your rights; how you can use or reference the work of others; what the terms of an agent's, publisher's, or option agreement mean; how to secure rights to cover art, to name just a few issues that will come up. You learn about those and more here at the Creative Law Center.

artists

When you sell your work, you have not sold your rights ~ your copyrights, that is. If you want, you can continue to create original work based on what you have sold to build your style, to create a following, and to establish relationships with collectors. Here at the Creative Law Center, you learn how to develop multiple revenue streams from a single piece.

photographers

Solid contracts and defeating infringement are among the challenges faced by photographers. Whether you're shooting weddings, for editorial use, or in the studio, you need to understand the rights you have in your work, how to protect them, and how to contract with your clients so they understand what can and cannot be done with your images.

entrepreneurs

When you run your own creative business, you take on greater than normal financial risks. The key is to take carefully assessed calculated risks, then to protect what you build. The Creative Law Center will help you do just that.

Designers

As a designer, you need to know when to protect your work, how to run a creative business, when and how you can use or reference the work of others, and many other details in the business of being a creative professional.

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