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When outsourced, an OEM must establish by written agreement that the software being developed by the other party is a work made for hire, and include a provision requiring that all software developed under the agreement is being assigned.
Correctly determining whether a work is a work made for hire can also be critical to the validity of a copyright registration.
Consequently, the client cannot claim that the copyright belongs to the client under the work made for hire provision of the copyright act.
Copyright for any work made for hire, such as an article prepared by association staff, is presumed to be owned by the employer.
Almost anything you create, develop or build while on your employer's payroll can be considered work made for hire.
56) Thus, although the sculpture looked to the court like a joint work, if the definition of a work made for hire had been satisfied, the court would have ignored the possibility of a joint work.
work made for hire, anonymous, pseudonymous)," said Aftab.
Section 201(b) of the Copyright Act states: In the case of a work made for hire, the employer or other person for whom the work was prepared is considered the author.