Re: Article on Contracting vs Employee

Subject: Re: Article on Contracting vs Employee
From: Doug Isenberg <disenberg -at- GigaLaw -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com
Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2000 15:07:49 -0500

As the posts on this matter demonstrate, this can be a confusing area of
the law. For some clarification, see the article "What is a 'Work Made for
Hire'?" on GigaLaw.com at
http://www.gigalaw.com/articles/loc-2000-02-p1.html . Among other things,
the article states: "Whether or not a particular work is made for hire is
determined by the relationship between the parties. This determination may
be difficult, because the statutory definition of a work made for hire is
complex and not always easily applied." The article then goes on to
explain some of the differences discussed in this thread, particularly,
independent contractors versus employees.

In addition to (and not in lieu of!) this list, you may be interested in
discussing this and similar topics on the web-based discussion forums at
GigaLaw.com.

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