Trademark/Copyright Policy

UserFirst Software, Inc. dba as LeanLaw reserves all rights of ownership of our trademarks. These trademarks include the LeanLaw logo and other designs and logos owned and used by UserFirst Software, Inc. dba as LeanLaw, as well as LeanLaw product and service names. LeanLaw trademarks are important corporate assets, and UserFirst Software, Inc. dba as LeanLaw requires that they be used only in accordance with this Trademark Policy.

LOGOS

UserFirst Software, Inc. dba as LeanLaw limits the use of our logos. You may not use LeanLaw logos unless you have the express written permission of UserFirst Software, Inc. dba as LeanLaw, or are licensed by UserFirst Software, Inc. dba as LeanLaw to do so. Permissible use of LeanLaw logos must comply with this Trademark Policy, any license or usage requirements for the logos, and any brand guidelines.

TRADEMARK USAGE

“Fair use” of LeanLaw trademarks, that is, use by a third party without express permission or license, is limited to text-only references to LeanLaw trademarks such as product and service names, and excludes LeanLaw logos. In such references, you must be truthful, must not disparage UserFirst Software, Inc. dba as LeanLaw, and must not mislead the public. You must be clear and accurate as to the nature of the relationship between UserFirst Software, Inc. dba as LeanLaw and your company, our products, and our services. When making fair use of LeanLaw trademarks, you must properly mark and attribute them.

The first reference in text to a LeanLaw trademark must be followed by the proper trademark symbol. The proper symbol for registered trademarks is ™. When a LeanLaw trademark is used, you must acknowledge UserFirst Software, Inc. dba as LeanLaw’s ownership in the following manner:

“[insert permissible mark] [is a/are] trademark[s] of UserFirst Software, Inc. dba as LeanLaw.”

In order to preserve our reputation and protect our trademarks, UserFirst Software, Inc. dba as LeanLaw guards against infringement and dilution of our trademarks. Use of LeanLaw trademarks together with counterfeit products, software, solutions or services or LeanLaw products, software, solutions or services obtained from sources other than authorized LeanLaw sources is prohibited and will not be tolerated.

You can minimize your risk of unauthorized use of LeanLaw trademarks by adhering to the following guidelines:

  • Do not use the LeanLaw corporate logo or any other LeanLaw logo without the express written consent of LeanLaw.
  • Do not alter, adapt or modify any LeanLaw trademark.
  • Do not use a LeanLaw trademark in a manner that is likely to cause confusion about the origin of any product, service, program, material or other offerings.
  • Do not use a LeanLaw trademark or name in a manner that is likely to give the impression or otherwise imply an affiliation or association between you, your products or services, and LeanLaw, or any of our products, services, programs, materials, or other offerings.
  • Do not use any LeanLaw trademark or name as or as part of a company, product, service or program name.
  • Do not use a LeanLaw trademark or name in a manner that is likely to dilute, defame, disparage, or harm the reputation of LeanLaw.
  • Do not use, register or seek to register any trademark, name, or designation that is confusingly similar to the LeanLaw name or any LeanLaw trademark.
  • Do not copy or imitate any LeanLaw design, type style, logo, product packaging, or the look, design, or overall commercial impression of any LeanLaw website, blog, or other materials.
  • Do not register or use any domain name that incorporates any LeanLaw mark or name.
  • Do not use the LeanLaw trademark name for a product or service as a noun, or in the plural form.
  • Always use the proper spelling for LeanLaw’s trademarks.

 


DISCLAIMER
This Trademark Policy is not intended to serve as legal advice. Should you have questions regarding your legal rights or duties, please consult your own attorney. Should you have further questions regarding UserFirst Software, Inc. dba as LeanLaw’s Trademark Policy, please contact UserFirst Software, Inc. dba as LeanLaw.