Written by Cheryl Lynn The young man stood facing a very large woman sitting in an upholstered armchair. There was no other way to describe her. She was fat, perhaps, pushing pounds he thought. The way she was staring at his puny frame suggested that maybe he was going to be her next meal.
I am writing a weight loss book and I want to use a brand name as a reference with nutritional information about the product. Do I need permission from the company to use their name or can I just use it?
Or the other option is use a generic term. Does anyone know what the answer is? Accentuate on March 8th, Acknowledge your copyrights and trademarks in your disclaimer and use the appropriate spelling and stylization.
Kelly Hamby on February 24th, 6: Anyway, I am curtently an ARC reader who is also quasi-editing the same book.
The story is post-apocalyptic with zombies, etc. Nothing derogatory, but is this acceptable?
Any feedback is greatly appreciated. Falls under popular culture pop culture for the era in which the book is discussing. Shalom on March 8th, 9: However, I thought I was in the clear because I had separated their name into 2 words and placed them on two separate lines.
How does this fit in with trademark infringement laws. Would I be able to do this if the font were different colours on either word? Cheers, Shalom Accentuate on March 8th, Good luck with the changes and I hope it all works out for you.
Jeanne Roup on March 17th, 5: The panels are to be in the ilk of Precious Moments, or Love Is. Nothing offensive or off-color. Would I need permission from Ore Ida to do that? Accentuate on March 22nd, 4: Jessica on March 22nd, 2: A specific corporation is the highlight, and if I understand the details accurately, this specific corporation cannot be named, right?
As such, can I make a fictional corporation fit the entirety of the book? Or can I name a corporation and all its apparent flaws if its a memoir? What do I need to know to make this book work? As a memoir, the opinions and fact are fine, even if using a trademarked name.
If the author is going to submit to publishers, then the publisher will take care of the legal issues on this one.In September, , Standard Issue launched as a smart and witty online magazine for women by women, covering everything that interests women – ie timberdesignmag.com celebrity tittle tattle, no photoshopping, no calorie counting, no cellulite circling.
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