Best Practices For Protection And Clearance of Works

Law360, New York (April 11, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- For writers, copyrights are the intangible assets of their passions. Unlike physical goods, creative works have value that will not diminish as more people use or enjoy them. The commodities produced are creative works. While such works are generally fixed in a tangible medium, they are without question intangible assets that are infinitely reproducible with no diminishing returns.

With physical goods there exists an object that one can either sell to others or retain for personal use or enjoyment. However, once creative works are shared with...
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