Regardless of what product your enterprise makes or what service it provides, it is likely that it is regularly using and creating a great deal of intellectual property. Naruvis.com respects and expects its users to respect the intellectual property rights of others.
We, at NARUVIS, are committed to protect the intellectual property rights (including but not limited to copyright and trademark affairs) of third parties, ultimately providing our family with the most secure, sound and actionable B2B experience ever.
We do not go overboard to verify that all sellers at NARUVIS possess the right/potentiality to distribute the items they have listed with us. However at any point in time, a right owner/ an authorized representative of the right owner notifies NARUVIS of alleged intellectual property infringements, we hereby assure to remove the unlicensed item(s) at the earliest and execute any investigation if necessary.
By submitting a report of alleged infringement to Naruvis.com and asking Naruvis.com to take down a listing, you agree to indemnify Naruvis.com against all the claims and damages related to the accused listing and those arising from its removal.
A NARUVIS-listed product/service infringes my IP, what do I do?
It’s easy, simply fill in the entirety of our online Notice of Claimed IPR Infringement form and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When our team successfully generates a receipt of your request, we will send a notice to the accused after aptly assessing your complain. This notice also inculcates your contact details – in case the party wants to connect with you directly.
If the condemned fails to assert their authenticity with an Authorization Certificate within 48 hours of receiving our email of delineation, we will take down their listing(s) from our web portal.
* If the accused objects to your complaint, they might as well share with us an appropriate counter-notice in order to dispute the claim. To take further action, you will be required to submit a notice in response, that an action has been filed in a court of competent jurisdiction concerning your IPR infringement.
If you tend to have any questions or concerns regarding your rights, NARUVIS suggests you to seek legal advice from a specialist.