Intellectual Property

About Intellectual Property

We respect intellectual property rights. The Ride to Win Terms of Use do not allow posting content that infringes others’ intellectual property rights, including copyright and trademark.

Copyright is a legal right that protects original works of authorship, such as books, poems, music, drawings, photographs, film, and sculpture. Copyright does not generally protect facts or ideas, although it may protect the particular expression used to describe a fact or idea. If you believe that someone is using your copyrighted work without your permission through Ride to Win, you may make a report to our designated agent by clicking here or by mailing our agent as follows:

Merial
3239 Satellite Blvd
Duluth, GA 30096
678-638-3000

Please be sure to submit a complete report, including your contact information, identification of the copyrighted work, and a description of the activity you believe infringes your intellectual property rights. Keep in mind, you do not need to have a Ride to Win account to submit a report.

Before you report a claim of copyright infringement, you may want to reach out to the person who posted the content to try to resolve the issue without having to contact Ride to Win at all.

Trademark is a word, symbol, design, or slogan that serves to distinguish goods or services offered by a single source. Trademarks operate to prevent confusion among consumers about the source of a good or service. The owner of a trademark may be able to prevent others from using its trademark (or a similar trademark) in a way that would confuse consumers into thinking that there is a relationship with the trademark owner or that the trademark owner endorses or is affiliated with another person’s products or services.

The owner of a trademark may claim rights to a trademark through registration with a recognized trademark office. In certain countries and in certain situations, rights for an unregistered trademark may be created through actual use of the trademark in commerce or business. Keep in mind that simply registering a company with a government office or getting a business permit may not by itself create trademark rights.

If you believe someone is using your trademark without your permission through Ride to Win, you may make a report to us here. Please be prepared to include a complete trademark claim in your report. Keep in mind that you do not need a Ride to Win account to submit a report.

Before you submit a claim of trademark infringement, you may want to reach out to the person who posted the content to try to resolve the issue without having to contact Ride to Win at all.