Ownership of employment and intellectual property: The author agrees that each submission is a work made for rent. Upon submission of the Order by the Author, all intellectual property rights in the Submission shall be the sole and exclusive property of Scripted, and Scripted shall be deemed to be the author thereof. If Writer has any rights in such intellectual property rights that are not owned by Scripted at the time of submission by the Author, Writer irrevocably transfers to Scripted all right, title and interest in such intellectual property rights worldwide. Unless otherwise stated below, Writer retains no right to use such intellectual property rights and undertakes not to question the validity of Scripted`s ownership of such intellectual property rights. The Author hereby waives all moral rights, rights of authorship, integrity, disclosure and revocation or inalienable rights under applicable law in and to the Submission. You can learn more about author contracts for online and offline writing by checking out the resources available through the HTML Writers` GUILD. In addition, Writer checks all the facts in each article. Writer agrees that Writer does not speak as an employee of Scripted or its clients or purchasers to any third party, including but not limited to a state employment agency. Author agrees that it is an independent contractor with respect to all services provided under this Agreement. The contract is intended to facilitate the negotiation process between an editor or his representative and a company that employs that writer. Companies, writers and their representatives can use these forms to recall employment contracts before filing a “long” contract.
Using this agreement can and will make your life easier, both at the time of negotiating the agreement and in unfortunate cases where a dispute arises at a later date. We believe that this contract can help pay authors earlier, reduce disputes over the wording of the contract, and eliminate the inclusion of unexpected and undesirable provisions that are too often discovered after signing a contract. .