Report Copyright Or Trademark Infringing Material
Scarlett Entertainment is committed to respecting and protecting third party intellectual property.
Any third parties who has uploaded material to these pages or provided to us has warranted to us that it is the owner of, or legally authorised to use, all intellectual property right in that content.
However, if you believe that anything which appears on these pages infringes a Trade Mark you own, please use this the first tab below.
If you believe that anything which appears on these pages infringes any Copyright you own, please use the second tab below.
If you have any other concern, please contact us.
A trademark is typically a word(s), logo or combination of words and logo that a business uses to distinguish their products or services from others. Trade marks have to be distinct and are registered against specific goods and services. Once registered a trade mark owner has the right to prevent others from using the same mark in respect of the same goods and services or a similar or identical mark in respect of similar or identical goods and services if that would confuse the public. Scarlett Entertainment does not give legal advice and the above should not be relied upon in lieu of legal advice. It is set out to assist viewers of its website content only.
By submitting this report, you confirm that you believe that the use of the Trade Mark reported has not been consented to by the owner of the Trade Mark or its authorised representation, and that the information provided is accurate and true to the best of your belief.
Any representative completing this report on behalf of a Trade Mark Owner warrants that it is authorised to act on behalf of the Trade Mark Owner.
By entering my name below, I, the undersigned, confirm my agreement to the above declaration.
Copyright is a legal right of set duration which protects original creative works such as literary, dramatic or artistic works such as music or art. It does not generally protect ideas or matters of fact or public knowledge but it can protect original expression of ideas. Scarlett Entertainment does not give legal advice and the above should not be relied upon in lieu of legal advice. It is set out to assist viewers of its website content only.