Terence P. McElwee, "Copyright in the Laboratory - Owning and Publishing Your Work." Powerpoint Presentation
Christine Hughes. "Research data."
Ivan Hoffman, " 'Work Made for Hire' Agreements"
David V. Cohn. "Works for Hire, Assignments." A detailed answer to a question about signing an agreement.. 3 pages.
From the Law Office of Jerry R. Potts, Licensed Patent Attorney.
Copyright protection for high technology companies (accessed 10/31/97). Fenwick & West, LLP. 9 pages. Might be interesting to those trying to develop software or to limit liability for illicit copying of software.
Sources for Joint Authorship Module (10/99)
Dissertation copyrights. A summary about 2 paragraphs long. 1/2 page
John F. Ritter. "Inventions and the Student Researcher." Analyzes the ownership of work created by students or postdoctoral trainees.
Copyright Law & Graduate Research This page is authored by Kenneth D. Crews and offered by ProQuest as a free education service on Copyright. www.il.proquest.com/hp/Support/DServices/copyright/
Andrew J. Wu. "Dealing with Copyright Aspects of Computer-Aided Authorship." Computer Law Strategist, 13 (9) January, 1997
Michael D. Current (1994) "Intellectual Property Protection for Computer Software."5 pages Discusses public domain software, shareware and commercial software. Atari Classics magazine, Vol. 3, (1), 1994.
Molly McDonough. "Art Without an Author." Law.com (2000)
Authorship by indigenous cultures and whole tribes is protected by international laws, though US law has a hard time recognizing authors other than individuals. Should be cross-linked to Classroom
Pew Conference Notes: Framework for Institutional Thought Going Forward. "Unbundling:
The Consortium View."
Mark Litwak, "Publishing Agreement Checklist" 1996. 3 pages