Trying to get my rights to my books back from a company that sold themselves to another

The publisher I'm with has sold to another. I won't sign the new contract for a multitude of reasons, top being I'm giving up the copyright to them for the rest of my life. What are my options for getting the rights back to my work. There is nothing in my original contract that covers that and reverts the rights to another company if sold. I didn't get royalties last quarter, so I'm still owed money on top of it. I've made it clear to the new 'publisher' that i wont' sign, so I'm bound by my old contract.


Asked over 5 years ago in Texas
Categories: Entertainment & Media Law  Business Law

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