National Employment Lawyers Association
Continuing Legal Education Electronic Manual
Acceptable Use Policy

 

Section 1.    INTRODUCTION

The National Employment Lawyers Association's ("NELA") Acceptable Use Policy ("AUP") is intended to protect the proprietary interests of NELA and the intellectual property rights of the authors of NELA's 2017 Litigating Wage & Hour Cases: Challenges & Opportunities Electronic Manual (E-Manual). It is in this spirit that NELA sets forth the following terms and conditions governing the acceptable use of NELA's 2017 Litigating Wage & Hour Cases: Challenges & Opportunities E-Manual. The AUP is a non-exclusive list of the actions prohibited by NELA, and thus NELA reserves the right to modify the AUP at any time to protect its interest and that of the E-Manual's authors. By using the E-Manual, each user agrees to comply with this AUP policy and other applicable NELA policies, as well as any relevant state and federal laws and regulations. Violation of this AUP may result in the suspension or termination of your access to the E-Manual.

Please note: Once access to the E-Manual is granted, registrants will not receive a refund of their registration fee.

Section 2.    DESCRIPTION OF MATERIALS GOVERNED BY NELA'S ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY

This AUP governs the use of the E-Manual in its electronic format on NELA's microsite.

Section 3.    PASSWORD PROTECTED MICROSITE

A password protected microsite has been created for the exclusive purpose of providing registrants of NELA's 2017 Litigating Wage & Hour Cases: Challenges & Opportunities access to the E-Manual via the Internet. Registrants will have access to the website using a password provided by NELA to access and download the E-Manual from the Internet. If you are not a current NELA member, an account will be created for you. The E-Manual will be available through the microsite for 60 days after the seminar. Sharing passwords or allowing others to log onto the NELA microsite using your password is strictly prohibited.

Section 4.    VIOLATIONS OF NELA'S ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY

Unless otherwise specified, the E-Manual is for your personal and non-commercial use. In this regard, violations of this AUP include but are not limited to:

  • Mass distribution of the E-Manual in any form (printed, electronically relayed, posted to public and/or NELA email discussion lists, or digitally stored);
  • Selling, publishing or otherwise disseminating the E-Manual for commercial use or sale;
  • Allowing content from the E-Manual to be made available to or for the benefit of others by downloading the E-Manual onto any electronic storage media, or distributing or transferring the E-Manual in any form (printed, electronically relayed, posted to public and/or NELA email discussion lists, or digitally stored);
  • Sharing passwords or allowing others to log onto the NELA microsite using your password;
  • Logging onto the NELA microsite using a password that is not your own; and
  • Transmitting or using any content included in the E-Manual that infringes the copyright of NELA and/or the content author.

Section 5.    COPYRIGHTS

All rights are reserved by NELA and the authors of the E-Manual. It is understood that copying, displaying and distributing copyrighted works may infringe the owner's copyright.

Section 6.    PERMISSION TO REPRINT OR USE

Written permission to reprint or use the materials from the E-Manual must be requested from NELA and the author(s). For permission to reprint material from the E-Manual, or any portion thereof, please address your written request or via email to the National Employment Lawyers Association:

National Employment Lawyers Association
2201 Broadway, Suite 402
Oakland, California 94612

Email requests to: nelahq@nelahq.org.

If permission is granted, the person requesting permission agrees:

  1. To publish both the below copyright notice and the permission notice on the article or document;
  2. To use such article or document for informational, educational, non-commercial or personal use only;
  3. Not to publish the article or document on any network computer or broadcast it in any media, and
  4. Not to modify the article or document unless expressly approved by NELA and/or the author.

Copyright Notice

Copyright© 2017 by the National Employment Lawyers Association.

Permission Notice

This material is reproduced with permission from the National Employment Lawyers Association, and was published in the National Employment Lawyers Association's 2017 Litigating Wage & Hour Cases: Challenges & Opportunities Seminar Manual. All rights reserved.

Section 7.    ENFORCEMENT

To the extent possible, NELA will advise users of any conduct that violates this AUP and will request that they take necessary corrective action. If the E-Manual is used in a way that NELA believes violates this AUP, NELA may take such responsive action(s) as NELA determines to be appropriate to remedy the violation(s). These responsive actions may include, but are not limited to, suspending or terminating your online access and use of the E-Manual. NELA reserves the right in its sole discretion to restrict access to any content of the E-Manual for violations of this AUP.

I agree to these terms.