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Do you need speaker contracts for webcasts or virtual courses?



Contracts with speakers establish rights to the presentation, limit an organization's liability, and minimize the risk of cancellation. But in this age of webcasts, virtual courses, and other Web-based education programs, do we need them?

More than ever. When groups conduct educational programs or republish course materials on the Web, the audience is substantially larger than with an on-site event. The m

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