Freelance writer notice
Thomson Reuters respects the intellectual property of others. The licensors of all articles appearing in our databases have assured us that they have the right to authorize electronic distribution of the materials they provide to us. If you are a writer, and if you have questions or concerns regarding the electronic distribution of your materials, we recommend that you contact your publisher directly. If you dispute the right of your publisher to authorize electronic distribution, you may provide us with a written notification of your claim and we will disable access to the materials. Your notification to us must be in writing and must include the following information:
- A full and complete identification of your article (namely, the title and listed author, where it was originally published, the original publication date, and the name of our database in which it appears);
- Your name, address, telephone number, and (if you have one) your facsimile number and email address;
- A statement that you own the copyright at issue or that you are acting on behalf of the owner (and, if so, that owner's name, address, and telephone number); and
- A statement that you have a good faith belief that electronic distribution of the article has not been authorized by the author or by applicable law.
A statement that you have a good faith belief that electronic distribution of the article has not been authorized by the author or by applicable law.
You must send this request to us at the following address by U.S. mail or overnight courier. (We regret that we cannot process notifications by fax, telephone, telegram, or email.)
610 Opperman Drive
Eagan, MN 55123
We will, of course, forward a copy of your request to the licensor-publisher. We may restore an article to our online databases if it is determined that your publisher has the right to authorize electronic distribution.
Examples of a fully completed sample notification form and a blank notification form are available in Word format.