Not unlike the issue of intellectual property and the results of contracted work on the corporate side. Who really owns it?
I got a letter from an attorney for the Ft. Lauderdale ad agency I worked for a few months after I had left to hang out my own shingle. This shop was paranoid a/b former employees, and they noticed that I had included work for a couple of their clients on my own website, and had listed them on my Clients page.
As a show of good faith, I offered to add an asterisk and mouse-type disclaimer stating that the work was on behalf of "another agency", but that since I was the author of that work, I had every right to include it in my online portfolio.
I never got a response, and I never added the disclaimers. Screw 'em!
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