Steve Gillen worked for nearly 20 years in publishing prior to entering private practice in the middle 1990’s. He is presently a partner at Wood, Herron & Evans (a 150-year-old Cincinnati law firm focused on intellectual property) where he concentrates his practice on publishing, media, and copyright matters. Steve also teaches Electronic Media Law at the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music. He has written or contributed to three books and hundreds of articles for law journals, trade magazines, and general interest publications.
Guide to Textbook Publishing Contracts
In this new book, Guide to Textbook Publishing Contracts, Stephen Gillen, a Partner at Wood Herron & Evans, shares the key provisions of a typical textbook contract and how authors can determine what's important to them so that they can enter into the contract negotiation process better informed. This step-by-step guide includes the "typical", "better" and "better still" options authors can consider when making decisions about what to negotiate. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/textbookcontractsguide