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Terms and Conditions of Use
Intellectual Property and Copyrights
Dispute Resolution and Arbitration
Acceptance of Terms and Conditions of Use
use the Institute's website or any of its resources in order to:
- Violate any local, state, federal, or international law.
- Harass, threaten, embarrass or cause distress to any individual or organization or entity.
- Post or transmit any content that is unlawful, harmful, abusive, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, racially or ethnically hateful.
- Try to break-in or hack into the Institute's website
- Upload, email or transmit viruses, worms, spy-ware or other law- breaking programs.
- The Institute shall have the right to remove any submitted content that may be in violation of this agreement or pertinent laws.
- We respect the privacy of our web visitors; we do not collect personally identifiable information, unless voluntarily provided. For example, you might enable cookies, reveal your IP address, or voluntarily provide email contact information to subscribe to the Institute newsletter, send feedback, or in conjunction with a survey. We do not share such information with a third party without your consent.
- If you voluntarily provide your email address or other contact information for one of these purposes, we might also use the information to inform you of changes to the Institute products or services. At your request, we will remove your contact information from our email database.
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Submitting Content to the Institute
- You will only submit content that is fully owned by you or for which you have full copyrights to the material
- By submitting content to the Institute, including but not limited to, the annual management paper contest, you automatically grant the Institute a royalty free, perpetual, non-exclusive right and license to use, reproduce, publish, and distribute such content online or in any form or media whatsoever.
Licensing for Individual and Commercial Use
Each legal entity (such as a person, government, company, non-profit organization) paying for a person to attend a training course or receive development coaching service or consulting material is paying for an individual use license not an organizational use license. The person is allowed to use the material for his or her own personal and professional development. A training course or a consulting paper purchase does not grant a license to reproduce, reprint or distributed to other employees or re-sell it in other forms such as publishing, consulting, training, or other derivative formats.
Sometimes the Institute publishes free access content such as research papers, articles or case studies in print or online for clients or public benefit, free content access does not mean the Institute is relinquishing its intellectual property or commercial licensing rights. The intellectual property of the Institute's publishing content is protected by law and licensing is required for republishing research, training and consulting material. Example of free access content include, but not limited to, consulting papers, strategy papers, sample presentations and frameworks such as but not limited to, GND, GNW, GNH, KASAC and 9S frameworks and others research projects in print, electronic or video formats. This material may be used by individual, clients, and journalists in an educational non-commercial settings under fair-use rule. However, you many not use them for commercial purposes such as publishing them on a website that derive income from paid advertising. If you charge a fee for using our proprietary material, then you may be violating intellectual property rights. If you are a government employee, you still need a licensing fee for distribution and/or government use.
To make inquiries regarding licensing for use, reprint or distribution, please contact us
- The Institute policy protects author's and researcher's rights. If you believe that there is a missing reference to an original work in the Institute publications, including but not limited to, the annual management paper contest, then please contact the Institute with a proof of work, date of publishing and exact reference to the text concerned. The Institute will promptly remove any material that is determined to be infringing upon the rights of others.
- To file the copyright notification, you must be either the copyright owner of the work or an individual authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner.
Your notification must include:
- Specific identification of the material that is claimed to be infringing or to be the subject of infringing activity. You must include sufficient information, such as a specific URL, publisher or other specific identification, for us to locate the material.
- Information for us to be able to contact the claimant (e.g., email address, phone, fax number and address).
- A statement that the claimant believes that the use of the material has not been authorized by the copyright owner or an authorized agent.
- A statement that the information in the notification is accurate and that the claimant is, or is authorized to act on behalf of, the copyright owner.
If you believe that a portion of the Institute material infringes another's copyright, please
- All the Institute's website content is protected by US and International intellectual property and copyright laws. Any use of the material other than as authorized under this license is prohibited.
- Users are not permitted to download or use the Institute material or contents without explicit written permission from the Institute.
- For with permission to use the Institute content, do so only for individual educational use.
- Users may not copy or distribute any the Institute material without explicit written permission from the Institute.
- In using the materials you warrant to the Institute that you will not infringe upon the intellectual property rights of the Institute or its authors.
- Users are not permitted to make any derivative works without prior the Institute written consent. Derivative works are the Institute materials that have been edited, translated, combined with someone else's materials, reformatted, or changed in any other way.
- While some parts of the Institute's website are made publicly-accessible, they are not in public domain - the vast majority of the images, texts, audios and videos are copyrighted to the Institute and the respective authors
- All materials including courses, e-books, texts and images may not be re-published or redistributed in print or electronic, or any other form without a written permission from the Institute.
For copyright permissions please contact usInternal Copyrights Policy Statement
- Although the Institute encourages its advisors and staff to engage in a wide variety of activities related to education and research, it respects the legal right to intellectual and creative property in all media. Such educational activities must therefore be performed within the bounds of copyright law.
- The Institute does not support unauthorized duplication or distribution in any form. Advisors who disregard the copyright policy and law are in violation of the Institute policy, do so at their own risk, and assume all liability.
- While the Institute Advisors may refer students to publicly available resources, the Institute Advisors my not produce/copy/print any third-party educational materials without permission from the authors.
Should you see any copyright violations by the Institute or its advisors, please contact us immediately to have us correct it
Internal Copyright Clearance Procedures
- Staff should review the copyright content (if any) of class packets and submit the appropriate form(s) and information to the copyright coordinator
- The copyright coordinator must determine copyright status and if required, obtain written permission from the copyright holder before the material can be reproduced.
- Acquisition of copyright permission is often a complex and time-consuming process; therefore, adequate time should be allowed for processing. Some permissions are granted immediately and others may take up to ten weeks.
- The Institute policy does not permit educational materials to be sold directly by the advisors
- The Institute course material does not fall under open license and advisors must obtain copyright clearance from the Institute.
- The same rule applies to using third party educational materials. If an Advisor intends to use materials not owned by the Institute, they must first contact the Institute to obtain copyright clearance from the publisher.
- Advisors/staff that utilize copiers or take materials to off-site vendors for reproduction assume all responsibility and liability for copyright compliance.
- The Berne Convention Act of 1988 qualifies all authored works as being copyrighted and does not require display of the familiar copyright notice. Works distributed after March 1, 1989, do not require copyright notice. As a result, it is necessary to assume that all works are protected by copyright laws, unless they are exempted by fair use or are defined as within the public domain.
No Warranties Disclaimer/Waiver and Limitations on Liability
- All information herein is provided in good faith. It is not intended to be, and should not be relied on as, a substitute for independent legal, financial, tax or other professional advice. Neither the Institute nor the original authors make any warranty, express or implied, as to the correctness, completeness, or quality of published materials.
- Users of the website should seek appropriate legal, taxation, accounting, investment or other expertise in their local and overseas jurisdictions.
- Although the Institute's staff do their best to provide best possible quality information and services, the Institute assumes no liability for financial or other decisions made on the basis of analysis/reportage/content on this site or links from this site. The Institute services are offered with the understanding that neither the author and contributing editors, consultants, nor the publisher are engaged in rendering legal, tax, accounting, or related professional services. If legal advice or other expert assistance is required, the services of a competent professional person should be sought.
- Users of this site waive and release the Institute to the full extent permitted by law from any and all claims relating to the usage of material or information made available herein. Neither the Institute nor its affiliates will be liable for any loss or damage incurred by users in the event of any failure or interruption of this site, or resulting from the act or omission of any other party involving making this site available.
- All claims by the client arising out of or relating to this contract shall not exceed the cost of the product(s) or service(s) sold to the client.
- All disputes or claims arising out of or relating to this contract shall be submitted to binding arbitration in accordance with the applicable rules of the American Arbitration Association then in effect. The judgment of the arbitrator is binding to each of the parties and final. Each party will pay their own legal expenses.
- You agree that, in no event shall the Institute, its directors, officers, employees or affiliates be liable for incidental or consequential damages of any kind, including economic damages or injury to property, person or lost profits.
- The Institute reserves the right to update this legal agreement at any time as it sees appropriate. If and when there are future changes to this policy, the Institute will post them on this page.
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Dispute Resolution and Arbitration
- Arbitration Claim Procedure: For any dispute you have with the Institute, you agree to first contact the Institute and attempt to resolve the dispute informally. If the Institute has not been able to resolve the dispute with you informally, we each agree to resolve any claim, dispute, or controversy (excluding claims for injunctive or other equitable relief) arising out of or in connection with or relating to any IIM agreement by binding arbitration by the American Arbitration Association ("AAA").
- Arbitration Location: Unless you and the Institute agree otherwise, the arbitration will be conducted in the county of Clark, Nevada.
- Arbitration Fees: Each party will be responsible for paying any AAA filing, administrative and arbitrator fees in accordance with AAA rules.
If any website visitor or a user violates intellectual property rights or engage in harassment, defamation, or business interference against the Institute or any of its members, then Institute reserves the right to bring the lawsuit in US court.
This will be governed, construed, and enforced according to the laws of the State of Nevada, without regard to its conflict of laws rules.
Consent to Jurisdiction.
Each party hereby irrevocably consents to the exclusive jurisdiction of Clark County, State of Nevada in connection with any matter arising out of this agreement or the transactions contemplated hereunder.
Consent to Service.
Each party hereby irrevocably agrees that process may be served on it in any manner authorized by the Laws of the State of Nevada for such persons, and waives any objection which it might otherwise have to service of process under the Laws of the State of Nevada.
If any part of this agreement is declared unenforceable or invalid, the remainder will continue to be valid and enforceable.
Nothing herein shall prevent either party from seeking injunctive or other equitable relief from the courts for matters related to data security, intellectual property or any unauthorized access to the service.
All claims must be brought in the parties' individual capacity, and not as a plaintiff or class member in any purported class or representative proceeding, and, unless we agree otherwise, the arbitrator may not consolidate more than one person's claims.
Waiver of Jury Trial.
You agree that, by entering into these terms, you and the Institute are each waiving the right to a trial by jury or to participate in a class action.