NINJA, LLC Intellectual Property Usage Policy
i) Do not use the brands or trademarks as a noun, always use it as an adjective. Example: NINJA™ real estate professional ‑‑‑ and not just NINJA™.
ii) Always use the superscript “TM” or “®” in all printed materials and set the mark apart from that text by capitalization or italicizing the mark when possible. Example: NINJA SELLING® program or NINJA™ materials.
iii) Do not use the trademark in the plural or possessive form. For instance, nothing can be “NINJA‘s”, it could only be “Ninja LLC’s”.
iv) Remain alert and immediately inform Ninja LLC of any unauthorized or improper use of the mark by third persons.
v) All Licensees agree to adhere to the following specifications: i) to provide related products or services in a professional and reliable manner; ii) to utilize reasonable efforts to meet all contractual and other reasonable customer requirements; and iii) to endeavor to provide timely performance as requested in every instance.
vi) Proper attribution must be included, e.g., “NINJA SELLING® is a registered trademark license by Ninja LLC.
vii) Any authorized use of the copyrights owned or licensed by Ninja LLC, including but not limited to the NINJA™ materials, must be labeled with the following statements, “© Larry Kendall and licensed by Ninja LLC. All rights reserved. This material may not be copied, rewritten, broadcasted, or redistributed. Authorization for limited copyright use licensed by Ninja LLC, www.ninjaselling.com” or as otherwise requested by Ninja LLC.
viii) Licensee may not modify any of the copyrighted materials including but not limited to the NINJA™ materials. ix) All material associated with the NINJA™ programs are copyrighted material. Larry Kendall and Ninja LLC asserts all copyrights and other proprietary rights in and to their website, products, materials, electronic media, videos, advertising, and the like except as licensed to a Participant or Affiliated Business and subject to strict compliance with the terms of the NINJA™ License and Participation Agreement. Federal law provides severe civil and criminal penalties for the unauthorized reproduction, distribution, or use of copyrighted materials (Title 17, United States Code). Civil statutory penalties may be awarded for up to $25,000 for each infringement. Furthermore, the Federal Bureau of Investigation investigates allegations of criminal copyright infringement for enforcement of penalties which may include imprisonment for up to ten (10) years.