Brenda Ulrich, a Partner with Archstone Law Group, presents a program entitled “Legal Issues for Independent Contractor Authors and Self-Publishers” at the upcoming Textbook & Academic Authoring Conference in Philadelphia, PA. In the program, Brenda will explore legal issues in the “post-traditional publishing contract world.” Her interactive presentation will cover topics such as nontraditional contracts with major textbook publishers; contracts with smaller or non-traditional publishers and content providers; self-publishing and Open Source/Creative Commons.
About Brenda Ulrich
Brenda is an intellectual property attorney who focuses on publishing, higher education, copyright and trademark law. Brenda represents authors negotiating and interpreting publishing agreements, agency agreements, and joint author agreements. She also advises colleges and universities on the development and implementation of intellectual property policies, navigating copyright questions related to teaching and scholarship, as well as managing and defending college and university trademark portfolios.
About Archstone Law Group
Archstone Law Group attorneys serve as trusted business and transactional legal advisors, central to their clients’ development, strength and growth. Archstone attorneys advise companies, executives, and professionals, with a special concentration in health care, business law, intellectual property, estate planning, commercial real estate, higher education, publishing and food services. Their extensive experience and expertise, integrity and business- minded approach, enable Archstone attorneys to deliver high quality, responsive legal services.