Re: Preserve the right to show your work in your contract

Subject: Re: Preserve the right to show your work in your contract
From: "Donna M. Sakson" <Donna -at- SAKSON -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 22 May 1995 11:10:00 PDT

We prefer to get blanket approval. If the client objects, then we work with
them on what they think is appropriate and let them select the material.
Donna Sakson
donna -at- sakson -dot- com

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On May 22, 1995 at 10:44AM Marc A. Santacroce wrote:
>Why didn't I think of that, great idea Donna. Do you give the client the
>oppor6tunity to select the material to be used?
<snip>
At 9:07 AM 5/22/95, Donna M. Sakson wrote:
>In your contract, you might consider getting the right to show the
published
>piece as a sample of your work (and to enter it in the STC
>publication/art/online competitions). If the client or employer objects,
at
>least you know this up front. With potentially sensitive documents such
as
>online employee handbooks, we've had to create a special portfolio version
>which the client has approved.
<snip>


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