Terms of Service
The Creative Law Center
The Creative Law Center offers a full membership and the option to buy certain workshops as standalone purchases. Please take the time to read and understand these terms and conditions . They govern your use of the Creative Law Center service (Site) .
Membership Terms of Service
If you have purchased the full Creative Law Center Membership and click “I have read and agree to the Terms of Service”, you agree to these Terms as a legally binding contract between you and the Creative Law Center. If you do not want to agree to these Membership Terms, then you will not have access to the resources in the Membership Site. But you will always be able to read the blog and download the resources that are offered there for free.
Workshop Terms of Service
If you have purchased a single workshop offered by the Creative Law Center and click “I have read and agree to the Terms of Service”, you agree to these Terms as a legally binding contract between you and the Creative Law Center. If you do not want to agree to these Terms, then you will not have access to the the live workshop or the replay. But you will always be able to read the blog and download the resources that are offered there for free.
When you purchase a single workshop, you will not have access to the full Membership Area or its resources. You will be able to attend the live workshop and have lifetime access to the replay.
Membership Payment Plan Agreement Contract
As a Creative Law Center member, you understand and agree that you have committed to a contract. You agree to membership fees payable by you at the rate offered at the time of purchase. After the initial three month period, your subscription to the Membership Site renews monthly upon the payment of automatically recurring subscription fees. Monthly fees are charged on the same day of the month that your subscription began.
Cancellations and Refunds
You can cancel your Membership at any time. You may cancel your monthly renewal of your Membership subscription any time before the end of the current billing period from inside your Account page. You will not receive a refund or credit for any remaining days in your current billing period. Subscription fees paid are final and nonrefundable.
Workshop fees paid are final and nonrefundable.
If you are under 18 years, you need your parents’ permission before becoming a member and accessing the Site.
Your Membership is non-transferable. You must not share your username and password with anyone else or allow anyone else to access the Site using your username and password.
The Site will usually be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We may, however, need to interrupt or suspend your access to the Site or the provision of the Site’s services and content, for maintenance, technical, or other reasons.
We are pleased to be able to offer a wide range of exclusive content on the Site for your educational and business needs, which we add to regularly. The content will be updated, changed, or removed from time to time, at our discretion, so we can’t guarantee that specific content will always be available on the Site. In fact, much of the content including document templates and downloads will only be available for limited periods of time. CP2~Content Protection for Creative Professionals, the primary resource in the Membership Site, will always be available.
The Creative Law Center is dedicated to providing its Members and Workshop attendees with an authentic and safe environment to learn how to protect their work and build their businesses through interaction with and feedback from lawyers, fellow members, and guests. A safe environment means being able to share information freely without the fear of having creative ideas stolen or misused. These guidelines exist to support healthy and open discussion critical to the creative and learning process.
Intellectual Property Rights
It should not surprise you that the Creative Law Center takes intellectual property rights seriously and believes they are important to promoting learning, creativity, and innovation. Members and workshop attendees own all of the original content and information they share with the Creative Law Center community. The Creative Law Center requires all Members and workshop attendees to respect other people’s copyrights, trademarks, and other legal rights. All members of the Creative Law Center community are expected to keep discussions and ideas shared by anyone confidential. Using other people’s intellectual property or ideas for personal gain violates these Terms.
Your membership gives you a right (a revocable, non-exclusive license) to use the Membership resources for personal purposes including for your business. You must not redistribute Creative Law Center resources (such as tutorials, eBooks, videos, courses, document templates, and source files). Any files, spreadsheets, videos, or other assets associated with the Membership resources are included to demonstrate the course or tutorial. You may use, modify and manipulate files for your own personal and business purposes, but you agree you will not copy, sell, rent, or sublicense the Member resources to any third party. If you love the resources on the Creative Law Center, please ask your friends to become members too!
You may freely use the procedures and techniques demonstrated in the Membership and workshop resources (that is, the knowledge you gain) for any commercial or personal purpose.
The copyrights, trademarks, and logos displayed on the Site are, unless otherwise stated, those of the Creative Law Center and others, and you must not use these without the approval of the respective owner.
Accrual of Monthly Fees for Legal Services
After your initial payment, your monthly membership fees accrue towards legal fees for covered services to be provided by the law firm of Goldman & Minton, P.C. at their then current rates. The Creative Law Center is NOT a law firm. Covered legal services mean issues related to the workshop topics and CP2. Covered legal services do not include litigation or state law issues.
Monthly membership fees accrue towards legal fees for covered services only for as long as you are an active, paying Member of the Creative Law Center. This means you must use the accrued funds while you are still a Member. If you cancel your Membership, any accrued monies will be forfeited by you. Neither the Creative Law Center nor Goldman & Minton, P.C. have any obligation to provide services to you once your Membership has been canceled.
Changes to the Terms of Service
We may change these Membership Terms of Service from time to time so we encourage you to periodically review the most up-to-date version.
Effective as of August 8, 2020.