Work for Hire
In the course of your work as a cartoonist, the chances are overwhelming that, sooner or later, you’re going to hear “Work For Hire.” It’s a very good idea to understand it.
A work made for hire is an exception to the general rule that the creator of the work has legal rights as the author of that work. Under a Work for Hire contract, the employer — not the creator — owns all of the rights to the work. In other words, a Work for Hire contract establishes the employer as the rightful creator of the work.
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