Copyright & Content Evaluation
Is my manuscript copyright protected when I publish with Partridge Publishing?
If copyright is automatic, why do I need to register for copyright?
What is the difference between copyright protected and copyright registered?
How can I tell if something is copyrighted if I want to use it in my book?
Can I use a quote in my book without getting permission?
How much can I rely on another work without permission?
Which pictures can I use without permission?
Does citing the source material clear me of copyright infringement?
How do I obtain permission and what do I do with it?
How can I protect myself against libel in publishing?
What is the difference between a private and public figure in libel?
Why does my book undergo a content evaluation?
How long is the content evaluation process?
What do you look for during content evaluation?
What are best practices to make sure my manuscript and materials meet the standards of content evaluation?
Please note: Due to the nature and complexity of the legal system, Partridge India does not claim to have intimate knowledge of the specific details regarding legal questions. For more detailed information about legal and copyright concerns speak to a local attorney or visit www.copyright.gov for more information.