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John B. McHugh, October 1996
Fourteen Permissions Caveats, Curveballs, and Nasty Little Secrets »

PUBLISHED OCTOBER 1996 by John B. McHugh, author of Permissions Management for Requesters and Granters Seeking permissions is an activity filled with many interesting surprises. Maintain a healthy sense of skepticism when you seek permissions so that you will not be unpleasantly surprised. To help you navigate some of the more “tricky currents” inherent in …

John B. McHugh, August 1996
The Best Books on Publishing Law and Book Contracts »

As a publisher, you need to understand publishing law. If your publishing responsibility is new author/book acquisitions, a working knowledge of book contracts is essential to your success. To provide you with a working knowledge of publishing law and book contracts, I recommend seven books I have found valuable. Each of these books should be …

John B. McHugh , July 1996
Dealing with Agents and Lawyers in Book/Author Acquisitions »

For the majority of contracts signed and books acquired by independent publishers, the author-publisher negotiation is between the two parties without any intermediaries involved. Most authors generally don’t retain either an agent or lawyer to represent them when dealing with professional, educational, technical, or scientific publishers. Generally, agents do not represent the authors of small …

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