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Protecting your work and dealing with rip-offs, a chat with Katie Lane

Has your work been ripped off? As an individual or a studio, what can you do to protect your original works? To what extent does copyright law offer protection? And what can you do if your work has been ripped off? You'll find the answers to those questions in our interview with attorney and negotiation coach Katie Lane of Work Made for Hire.
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