LEGAL NOTICES FOR LIFEBIO.COM

1. Membership in LifeBio.com

Membership is governed by our Terms and Conditions. Terms and Conditions may change from time to time, at our discretion, so please make sure to check the current page for updates.

2. Copyrights

All the information, content, image files, software and materials offered by our Service are protected by U.S. and international copyright laws and by other applicable laws. For details on our copyright protection and licensing policies, please see our Terms and Conditions.

3. Trademarks and Patents

LifeBio.com, the LifeBio.com logo, and service names are trademarks of LifeBio, Inc. LifeBio.com's trademarks may not be used in connection with any product or service that is not LifeBio.com's, in any manner that is likely to cause confusion among customers, or in any manner that disparages or discredits LifeBio.com. Other trademarks used on this site are used with the permission of their owners. Patent pending on one or more of portions of this website.

4. Privacy

Your privacy is important to us. Please review our Privacy Policy.

5. Use Of Site

This site or any portion of this site may not be reproduced, duplicated, copied, sold, resold, or otherwise exploited for any commercial purpose that is not expressly permitted by LifeBio, Inc.

6. Copyrights & Copyright Agents

In accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, enacted October 28, 1998, LifeBio has registered as an online service provider with the U.S. Copyright Office. LifeBio has designated an agent to receive notification if a user believes that a copyright infringement has occurred. LifeBio must receive written notification of the infringing material or activity through the agent named below. The Act provides that the notification must (1) include an identification of the work claimed to have been infringed, (2) provide sufficient information to locate the material, (3) provide sufficient information to contact the claimant, (4) include a physical or digital signature of the claimant and (5) include statements that the claimant has a good faith belief that the material is infringing.