Work Made for Hire Deal Point™Guidance

If a work is “made for hire,” an employer is considered the author even if an employee actually created the work, generally use in the sense of copyright (e.g., original works of authorship containing expressive content fixed in tangible form). The employer can be a firm, an organization, or an individual. To remove any ambiguity, these agreements are used as to who owns the title to the copyright. Imprecisely used for patents which are very different under the law.

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December 18, 2017