The copyright infringement policy describes the measures by which Leaver & Co. will remove allegedly copyrighted material from its network, and the means available to Leaver & Co. Customers to object to and reverse said removal.

1. Take-down procedure

Upon proper notification, Leaver & Co. will remove materials from it's network which are alleged to be in violation of copyright.

Proper notification must include the following:

• The name, address, and signature of the complaining party

• Clear description of infringing material(s) and their Internet location(s)

• Sufficient information to identify the copyrighted works

• A statement by the owner that it has a good faith belief that there is no legal basis for the use of the materials complained of

• A statement of the accuracy of the notice and, under penalty of perjury, that the complaining party is authorized to act on the behalf of the copyright owner

Notification should be addressed to "William Leaver/DMCA Compliance", and must be received by email to abuse@leaver.com or mailed to Leaver & Co., 2820 Hartsville Pike, Castalian Springs, TN 37031.

2. Put-back procedure

Upon receipt of a proper notice of alleged copyright infringement, Leaver & Co. will remove the allegedly copyrighted materials from its network, and will notify the Customer who is alleged to have violated copyright.

If Customer deems the materials to have been wrongfully removed, Customer may submit a proper counter-notice, containing the following:

• The customer's name, address, phone number and signature

• Identification of the material and its location before removal

• A statement under penalty of perjury that the material was removed by mistake or misidentification

• Customer's consent to local federal court jurisdiction, or if overseas, to an appropriate judicial body

Counter-notice should be addressed to "William Leaver/DMCA Compliance", and must be received by email to abuse@leaver.com or mailed to Leaver & Co., 2820 Hartsville Pike, Castalian Springs, TN 37031.

Once Leaver & Co. has received a valid counter-notice, the party originally claiming copyright violation will be notified, and will have 14 days to bring suit in district court over the matter. If suit is brought, claimant must provide notification of such to Leaver & Co., in the same manner as the original notification of copyright violation. Failure to do so will be considered acknowledgement that no copyright violation has occurred, and materials will be restored by Leaver & Co..

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