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Have you hired a designer, illustrator, copywriter, photographer, videographer, editor, or other creative independent contractor or agency to do work for your business? Chances are, unless your Client Contract (*hint*hint*) included a clear term about who owns the intellectual property, you may not own all the rights in the work they created for you.
The Transfer of Ownership in Intellectual Property can help you take ownership of the intellectual property you paid to have created, so you can use and alter it any way you like, without having to get permission from the creator each time. Ownership of all rights is also required if you wish to register the work with the U.S. Copyright Office or U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.
This contract template is drafted by a lawyer and can be completed in about 20 minutes (aka the same time it takes you to watch an episode of your latest Netflix obsession).
If you’re just getting started in business, funds are tight, or you need to get legal protection in place ASAP, this contract template is perfect for you. Plus, it’s a fraction of the cost of working with a lawyer on a custom contract (pssst…working one-on-one with our firm starts at $5,000).
Autumn Witt Boyd, award-winning intellectual property lawyer
We wrote these documents specifically for creative entrepreneurs – online educators, coaches, podcasters, bloggers, YouTubers, designers, photographers, and other creatives. They might not work as well for a brick and mortar pizza shop or boutique, but they are already pre-customized to fit your online, creative business.
We regularly monitor federal intellectual property and advertising laws for changes, and frequently update our contract templates. We will let you know of any major changes in the law that affect your documents (such as the recent EU privacy law, GDPR, that went into effect in May 2018). If we make a major update due to a change in law, we will email you an updated version.
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