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Literary Law Boot Camp
       
Website www.fyos.com/seminars2.htm
Year Established 1998
Program Description Presentations on copywright, trademark, & contract basics, Q&A session.
Number of Programs/Year 4
Program Length 1/2 day
Group Size or S:T Ratio 25
Program Focus Publishing, Non-fiction, Business/Technical
Faculty Tonya Evans, intellectual property & publishing law attorney, co-author of Literary Law Guide for Authors; Susan B. Evans, intellectual property attorney & co-author of Literary Law Guide for Authors.
Costs $125 earlybird, $150 regular, $175 onsite includes a copy of Literary Law Guide for Authors.
U.S. Locations Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Months April, November
Contact Tonya Evans
Literary Law Boot Camp
PO Box 2021
Philadelphia, PA 19103
United States
Phone: 215-972-8067
Fax: 215-972-8076
E-Mail: info@fyos.com

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