We invite you to get in touch with us using the method described below if you think TPC-LLP Shop has violated your intellectual property rights.
A. PROCEDURE FOR REPORTING INFRINGEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY:
After receiving a proper notice, it is our policy to either block access to or remove any text, graphics, or photos (collectively, "Content") that we believe in good faith violate the intellectual property rights of others. We also remove and stop providing service to repeat infringers.
Please email a notice of infringement providing the following details to the designated agent indicated below if you think that any of the content on or accessible via the website infringes on your copyright or otherwise violates your intellectual property rights:
1. A description of the allegedly infringing copyrighted work or other intellectual property that you think was made available on or through the website, along with, if applicable, the registration number(s);
2. identification of the content that you claim violates the named copyrighted work or other intellectual property, including (a) a description of how the infringing material uses the copyrighted work or other intellectual property, and (b) a description of the location of the infringing content on or in the website, with enough information for us to confirm the content's existence on the website;
3. contact details such as your complete name, postal address, phone number, and email address;
4. A statement from you saying that you really think the copyright holder, its agents, or the law do not allow the disputed use of the protected work or other intellectual property;
5. A declaration from you, made under oath, that the details in your notice are true and that you are the owner of the rights or have the necessary authority to act on their behalf; and
6. The person who has permission to act on behalf of the rights holder's digital or written signature
A. ONCE THE DESIGNATED AGENT RECEIVES AN ADEQUATE BONA FIDE INFRINGEMENT NOTIFICATION:
Our policy is to delete or restrict access to the allegedly illegal content.
B. HOW TO PROVIDE A COUNTER-NOTIFICATION TO THE DESIGNATED AGENT:
If we think that the material that was taken down or to which access was restricted is either not infringing or that we are authorized to post and use it by the owner of the rights, the owner's agent, or by law (including as a fair use), we will send a counter-notice to the designated agent listed below with the following details:
1. a list of the materials that have been blocked or deleted, together with information about where they were located on the website prior to removal or disablement;
2. A declaration from us under penalty of perjury stating that, in our good faith opinion, the removal or blocking of the content was due to an error or misidentification of the relevant content;
3. Details about how to reach us, including complete names, postal addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses;
4. A declaration from us stating that we agree to the Federal Court's jurisdiction in the judicial district where our address is situated;
5. Our physical or digital signature
If the designated agent receives a counter-notice, we may send a copy of the counter-notice to the person who first filed the complaint, advising them that we have 10 business days to restore the deleted content or stop blocking it. The withdrawn material may be reinstated, or access to it may be restored, in 10 to 14 business days or more after receipt of the counter-notice, at our discretion, unless the rights owner pursues an action seeking a court order against the member.
Please be aware that anybody who willfully misrepresents that material or behavior is infringing may be liable for damages, including attorney's fees, under Section 512(f) of the DMCA.