This updated Illustrator Work for Hire Agreement includes information and tools that will assist you in drafting a “work for hire” agreement for agreement for the provision of an illustrator’s services.
In most cases, the creator of a work is the sole and exclusive owner of the copyright in that work. The copyright becomes the property of the creator immediately and automatically as soon as the work in question is set in a fixed form (i.e., an illustration is fixed when it is set to paper (or other physical form)).
However, in certain situations, the person or entity that hires the creator to create the work will be the owner of the copyright in that work. Such a work is called a “work for hire.” The Copyright Act of 1976 sets forth certain specific rules and guidelines establishing when a work may be considered to be a work for hire.
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