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work for hire

n.
1. pl. works for hire A composition or creation whose copyright is owned or retained by the party that commissioned it or by the employer of the person who produced it.
2. pl. work for hires A legal contract that commissions a work for hire.
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(Because Mickey was created under corporate authorship, he received a flat 75-year copyright.
(25) While corporate authorship may have advantages in this model, discussed further below, it would require a broader suite of amendments to the Act.
This is because citations are expected to be made on conference proceedings, dissertations, interviews, films or videos, unpublished work, citing multivolume work, corporate authorship, multiple authors and electronic information such as online periodicals, online documents, computer software, article in an internet only newsletter etc.
It is under the corporate authorship of some of the most distinguished and seasoned members of SRA International who lead research administration efforts around the globe.
The third edition differs by being published as a work of corporate authorship, with its updated recommendations presented as products of consensus.

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