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Novel Ideas: Literary Agents, Writers, and the Law

Posted by William Byrnes on March 17, 2014


April 16 (Wednesday) presented by the Entertainment & Sports Law and Intellectual Property Law Sections of the San Diego County Bar Association

Featuring: Vincent F. Aiello, Esq.; William H. Byrnes; Leah Christensen; and Mary Wenzel

Are you a writer or do you represent writers? Join us and bring yourself up to date on the changes in law in the dramatically altered world of publishing and the distribution of the written word. This informative program will cover authorship, protecting books as property, obtaining and negotiating publishing deals.

The following will be addressed:
• Learn what literary agents do and how they help writers obtain and close publishing deals.
• Academic books: How you reach out to a publisher, the proposal process, and why you never really get paid.
• Alternative ways to grow your business via ghost writers for content on websites and blogs.
• How to consistently write intriguing blogicles that build a personal and professional brand that will develop client leads.

Click here to download the PDF flyer.         Click here to register for the remote internet Webcast.

Entertainment & Sports Law Section Co- Chairs: Eric Eastham & D. Jonathan Hadaya, Vice Chair: Jeremy Evans
Intellectual Property Law Section Co-Chairs: Leah Strickland & Jing Liu

Location: SDCBA Conference Center, 401 West A St., Ste. 120 (1st Floor), San Diego, CA 92101
Sponsors: Entertainment & Sports Law Section; Intellectual Property Law Section

 

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The National Underwriter Sales Essentials Series combines all of the most practical, proven sales techniques advisors, agents, brokers, producers, sales managers or agency owners need to convert prospects into customers, win new business, and to grow sales.

The Life & Health Sales Essentials focuses on the selling skills and techniques essential to achieving success—prospecting for new business and the demands of running an agency.

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