Intellectual Property Rights Infringement Report Center
Protect Your
Intellectual Property Rights
Intellectual Property Rights Infringement Report Center
Protect Your
Intellectual Property Rights
Intro
CLASS101 operates the Intellectual Property Rights Infringement Report Center to protect your intellectual property (IP) rights from infringements.
IP rights refer to the rights of intellectual property such as knowledge, information, technology, and expression of ideas and emotions created or discovered by a person’s creative activities or experiences. IP includes patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets, and CLASS101 strives to protect your IP rights from CLASS101 Classes. If you believe your intellectual property rights are infringed by one of our CLASS101 Classes, please follow the below procedure and submit the intellectual property rights infringement report form with the necessary documents.
Intro
CLASS101 operates the Intellectual Property Rights Infringement Report Center to protect your intellectual property (IP) rights from infringements.
IP rights refer to the rights of intellectual property such as knowledge, information, technology, and expression of ideas and emotions created or discovered by a person’s creative activities or experiences. IP includes patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets, and CLASS101 strives to protect your IP rights from CLASS101 Classes. If you believe your intellectual property rights are infringed by one of our CLASS101 Classes, please follow the below procedure and submit the intellectual property rights infringement report form with the necessary documents.
How To Report
1
Download the IP Infringement Report form
Download
2
Fill out the IP Infringement Report form and attach necessary documents
Please refer to the list of required documents below.
3
Submit via email
Submit
List of required documents
If you are an individual filing a claim
Intellectual Property Infringement Report
Intellectual Property Rights Certificate(s) (intellectual property registration, pictorial proof etc.)
Any documents relevant to Intellectual Property Infringement
A copy of informant's identification (please mask all unique identification information except date of birth)
Letter of Authorization (if informant is not the IP owner)
If you are an entity or a group filing a claim
Intellectual Property Infringement Report
Intellectual Property Rights Certificate(s) (intellectual property registration, pictorial proof etc.)
Any documents related to Intellectual Property Infringement
A copy of business registration certificate
A copy of informant's identification (please mask all unique identification information except date of birth)
Letter of Authorization (if informant is not the IP owner)
Report Process
1
Receipt of the Report
2
1st Internal Review
3
Review Hearing
4
2nd Internal Review
5
Results Announcement
How To Report
1
Download the IP Infringement Report form
Download
2
Fill out the IP Infringement Report form and attach necessary documents
Please refer to the list of required documents below.
3
Submit via email
Submit
List of required documents
If you are an individual filing a claim
Intellectual Property Infringement Report
Intellectual Property Rights Certificate(s) (intellectual property registration, pictorial proof etc.)
Any documents relevant to Intellectual Property Infringement
A copy of informant's identification (please mask all unique identification information except date of birth)
Letter of Authorization (if informant is not the IP owner)
If you are an entity or a group filing a claim
Intellectual Property Infringement Report
Intellectual Property Rights Certificate(s) (intellectual property registration, pictorial proof etc.)
Any documents related to Intellectual Property Infringement
A copy of business registration certificate
A copy of informant's identification (please mask all unique identification information except date of birth)
Letter of Authorization (if informant is not the IP owner)
Report Process
1
Receipt of the Report
2
1st Internal Review
3
Review Hearing
4
2nd Internal Review
5
Results Announcement
NOTE
CLASS101 may not process your infringement report when there are no reasonable bases for it.
In addition, if the report includes any false or misleading information, civil liability for damages or criminal liability may be imposed in accordance with relevant laws and regulations.
Collection and Use of Personal Information
Purpose of Collection and Use: Identification of the IP owner/the informant and delivery of results related to the reported IP rights infringement
Article: Name, Mobile Number, and E-mail Address of the IP owner/the informant
Retention and Use Period: The information will be stored for 3 years from the end of the reporting process for additional measures, such as processing the violation of rights report and informing the parties in the dispute. Personal information that is no longer required to fulfil the identified purposes will be destroyed without delay.
You have the right to refuse to the collection and use of your personal information, and this may limit the reporting to the IP Infringement Report Center.