Connie is a lawyer with almost 40 years experience in copyright and trademark.
Check out her websites at www.mablesonlaw.com and www.literaryattorney.com.
She has represented many NYT best-selling authors with publishing deals and book to movie/TV deals. She also represents musicians, songwriters, recording artists, television producers, and music publishers.
Ms. Mableson is the author of the DMCA Handbook for Online Service Providers, Websites, and Copyright Owners, published by the American Bar Association.
Her services include reviewing and negotiating publishing contracts, preparing collaborator and Ghostwriter agreements and illustrator agreements.
She also vets non-fiction manuscripts for a reasonable fee. www.literaryattorney.com.
Ms. Mableson received her Doctor of Jurisprudence degree, cum laude, from Gonzaga University in 1982. She is an Adjunct Law Professor at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University teaching “Governance of Virtual Worlds” and “Entertainment Business Contracts”.
As an early adopter of digital interactive media, Ms. Mableson represented the first group to commercialize the Internet in 1992 and was the first attorney to open a law office in a virtual world when she launched her Intellectual Property Resource Center in Second Life® in 2005.
DMCA Handbook for Online Service Providers, Websites, and Copyright Owners
Published by the American Bar Association.
Case law and processes under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) continue to change, reflecting the evolving online environment. This handbook provides an understanding of what online service providers (OSPs and ISPs), website owners, content creators, and copyright owners need to know to protect their online interests and enjoy immunity from infringement. This quick-start guide provides online access to practice-ready DMCA forms and appendices.