Copyright Transfer Agreements
The copyright agreement must contain the following essential concepts: copyright transfer agreements also require authors to confirm that they do hold copyright for all documents relating to a given publication and that, in many agreements, the purpose for which copyright must be transferred has not been published in advance and should not be published elsewhere.  to limit the frequency of doubles and plagiarism.   In 2017, the 9th Court of Appeal of Johnson v. Storix confirmed a transfer of copyright without a written assignment.  In this case, the author sold the Anthony Johnson software as an individual contractor and built his business in 2003 under the title Storix, Inc. The court upheld a jury decision that Johnson transferred the copyright to the company on the basis of an annual report he wrote and signed that he had transferred “all the assets” of his individual company. The jury rejected Johnson`s assertion that he only wanted to transfer the license to sell the software and also decided that Johnson would become a loan plant after the company was founded, thereby losing all rights to his spin-off works. This is the first case in which a document that is not itself a contract or agreement and does not contain a reference to copyright has been considered a “reference or a mention” of copyright transmission and where, for the first time, a single owner of a company has been characterized as embedded for copyright purposes. [doubtful – discuss] This serves as a lesson that a “letter” required by copyright law does not necessarily have to be “clear” but may contain ambiguous language that can be interpreted by dealing with the alleged transaction from third parties. Under the exclusive copyright transfer agreement, the licensee (author) gives the licensee the right to temporarily use the work at the level stipulated in the contract, in the quantity set out in the contract, as well as the right to prohibit the use of the work to others. Copyright transfer agreements are a means of regulating copyright on the basis of copyright. Since the advent of digital publishing, several commentators have drawn attention to the benefits of copyright protected copyright  and publishers have begun to implement it with licensing agreements, with the author retaining copyright and giving the publisher permission (exclusive or not) to reproduce and disseminate the work.