This article relates to the copyright implications of works created by independent contractors; or, as such works are more commonly (legalistically) known, works made for hire. The article acknowledges the general rule of copyrighted works (the artist and those to whom the artist transfers rights hold the copyright), but then examines the work made for hire exception to this rule, with an in-depth explanation of the contours of the work made for hire concept and rule.
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The Copyright Exception: Works Made For Hire