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With the expression “web portal accessible at the URL www.officinelegali.eu” (hereinafter in brief, the “Portal”) OfficineLegali refers to any content or technical-electronic component fundamental for the Portal, including, as an illustrative example and not an exhaustive one, operating system software and its relative codes, databanks, texts, photographs, animations, audio and video files, regardless of their format, trademarks, logos, etc., implemented technical solutions, graphic works, the web site structure and any other part realized or to be realized.
With the expression “Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights” relative to the Portal, OfficineLegali refers to the sphere of rights protected and recognized under current national and international laws, among whose – as an illustrative example and not an exhaustive one, with regard to all the countries of the world and with no limits – any right arising from patents (including the right to register the relative request), present and future copyrights, company and/or service trademarks (whether registered or de facto used by OfficineLegali), brand names, commercial names, company know-how, domain names, databanks and all other relative applications.
With the expression “Materials” OfficineLegali refers to any content of the Portal like – as an illustrative example and not an exhaustive one – texts, photographs, graphic works, files, any type of software, audio and video files, virtual animations, multimedia and/or hyper-textual elements, regardless of format, type of media for their storage, file extension (as an illustrative example and not an exhaustive one: mp3, wav, jpg, mpeg, gif, doc etc.), size, version in use, implemented techniques for distribution and/or transmission.
All Materials published on the Portal can be freely used under the following conditions:
– Should be kept in their own original format and, when reproduced, shall report the proprietary information whether relative to the copyright or to the authors.
– The use, under any circumstance and purpose should not be for profit.
– Material’s source, author and/or copyright holder and web address of the relative download pages have to be expressly mentioned.
The use in any way and under any circumstance of on-line Materials concerning legal texts (i.e.: informative, contractual conditions, etc.) is strictly prohibited. Any breach and infringement will be prosecuted under the law in force.
The use of Materials in CD-ROM, software collections, etc. requires the prior written authorization of OfficineLegali and entitled partners or third parties eventually holding copyrights on published Materials.
The reproduction and use of articles in the Press Review section of the Portal shall comply with the provisions set out in articles 65 and 101 of the Law 22 April 1941, n. 633 and its subsequent amendments and integrations: (art. 65) “articles on news of economic, political or religious character, published on magazines or newspapers, or broadcasted or available to the public, and other similar materials can be freely reproduced or diffused to the public in other magazines, newspapers and also broadcasted, when their reproduction or use has not been expressly reserved and provided that the source, date and author name are mentioned.”; (art. 101) “reproduction of information and news is legitimate if not against the honest journalistic use and provided that the source is mentioned.”
All rights on the electronic databanks present and available on the Portal are reserved. Are prohibited, unless differently provided for, the excerption and reproduction and any other use, within the limits set out in the articles 64-quinqies and 64-sexies of the Law 22 April 1941 and subsequent amendments and integrations. Users should also be aware that according to the article 102-ter of the aforementioned law, legitimate users of electronic databanks cannot be detrimental to the copyrights holder or to the holder of other rights on works or services contained in the databanks.Furthermore, legitimate users of a publicly accessible databank shall not act against the normal administration of the databank or as a detriment to the databank creator. When databanks are publicly accessible, legitimate users don’t need Authorization if using parts of databank qualitatively and quantitatively evaluated as not substantial parts of it.
For any inquiry on the use of the Materials available on the Portal and/or the Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights regime please contact Massimo Ramello at: firstname.lastname@example.org
All published Materials have been carefully checked, and have been elaborated with accuracy. However, errors, inaccuracies and omissions are possible. OfficineLegali disclaims any responsibility for the use of Materials freely available on the Portal – for errors and omissions and for any action taken or not taken in response to Materials information.
Unless differently specified, the information contained in the Materials is an informative tool, not a source of legal advice. The firm disclaims responsibility for any actions taken or not taken by third parties in response to the contents of the Materials or in consequence of such contents, without having preliminary asked advice to the Firm.