By Tad Crawford
Containing 25 of the main crucial company and criminal varieties to satisfy the typical wishes of modern-day profitable illustrator, this up-to-date version contains new varieties for trademark software, advertisement hire, sublease, and hire project agreements. specified negotiation checklists will consultant illustrators to make the easiest deal.• "Belongs inside of effortless achieve of each operating artist."--Graphic Artists Guild information• contains a CD-ROM with digital types of the varieties in note and WordPerfect • advertisements in conversation Arts and photograph Artist Guild information• This replaces 1-58115-008-3
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Paragraph 19) ❏ In the event of infringement, state that the parties can sue jointly and, after deducting expenses, share any recovery. If one party chooses not to sue, the other party can sue and, after deducting expenses, share any recovery. (Paragraph 20) ❏ With respect to rights retained by the illustrator, the publisher should have no right to sue for an infringement. ❏ With respect to subsidiary rights in which the illustrator receives more than 50 percent of income, the publisher’s right to sue should be limited to the percentage the publisher would receive.
Tion with a tax adviser, the illustrator may want a provision that limits royalties each year and causes any additional royalties to be spread forward into the future. In general, this is unwise. ❏ Limit the indemnification to final judgments ❏ State that the illustrator has a right to inspect ❏ Reserve the right not to pay for the pub- the books and records of the publisher and, if a discrepancy of more than 5 percent is found to the publisher’s advantage, the publisher shall pay the cost of the inspection.
If the relationship was brief and unsuccessful, then, of course, the agent should have no rights at termination except to collect commissions for assignments obtained prior to termination. The agent would usually handle billings and provide accountings. The illustrator would want to be able to review the books and records of the agent. Since both the illustrator and agent provide personal services, the contract should not be assignable. A distinction has to be made between an agent obtaining assignments and obtaining a book contract.
Business and Legal Forms for Illustrators by Tad Crawford