I am not in agreement with

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I am not in agreement with this “Work for hire” line of reasoning… in order for “work for hire” to be binding, it must be specified in a written contract, otherwise the creator owns it. There are many in business that apply the “work for hire” method on assumption that they own your work, and in practice many who do the work ASSUME getting paid means giving up rights, but if it isn’t in writing, it is actually the creator who owns the copyright….
being right doesn’t always mean you get your way though.. you have to factor two other things… the costs (legal, time, stress etc) and the loss of a client, or being bad mouthed in a business that relies on word of mouth…

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