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2020
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Conditions of Use & Privacy

Please read this carefully. These terms set out the the binding conditions of use of EU Law Live.

 

Index to sections:

  1. Introduction
  2. Access and use
  3. Privacy policy and registration
  4. Personal subscription services and temporary access passes
  5. Renewal and cancellation of personal subscriptions
  6. Third party sites and services
  7. Our responsibilities to you
  8. Choice of law and jurisdiction
  9. General
  10. Content ownership
  11. Corporate information
  12. Publication of terms and conditions

  1. Introduction

This document sets out the terms and conditions under which you may use eulawlive.com and the content/services available on the website ( “EU Law Live Content”). These terms and conditions are only available in the English language.

The term “eulawlive.com” refers to thewebsite eulawlive.com and mobile and online services offered on that website.

References in these terms and conditions to “EU Law Live” (or “we”, “us” or “our”) refer to the company operating eulawlive.com. See Section 11 below for our corporate information.

These terms and conditions apply differently depending on what type of user you are:

Registered users and individual subscribers: These terms and conditions apply to your use of eulawlive.com and all EU Law Live Content irrespective of the delivery platform or device you use to access it. By accessing eulawlive.com you are agreeing to these terms and conditions. If you do not agree with the terms and conditions you should not use eulawlive.com or any EU Law Live Content and should cancel any subscription in accordance with your cancellation rights (see Section 6 below). If you have any questions please contact info@eulawlive.com.

We strongly recommend that you read these terms and conditions in their entirety. For further details of our registration and subscription options, please see our Registering and Subscribing Guide.

Users with access under an organisation’s subscription agreement: Your continued access is primarily governed by the subscription agreement of the organisation through which you are able to use the eulawlive.com website. Sections 4 to 6 below are not applicable to such users. The remaining terms and conditions apply to your use of the eulawlive.com website or any EU Law Live Content. By accessing eulawlive.com you are agreeing to these terms and conditions. If you do not agree with these terms and conditions, then you should not use eulawlive.com or any EU Law Live Content.

All users: EU Law Live may update these terms and conditions for legal or regulatory reasons, or to reflect changes in our services or business practices. We will provide notice of any significant changes in Section 12 below. You should regularly check Section 12 to see if any changes have been made. If you are an eulawlive.com subscriber, any changes to our terms and conditions will become effective from the date of your next payment following the change unless we notify you otherwise. If you are not an eulawlive.com subscriber, any changes will become effective as soon as we post them on eulawlive.com.

We may in exceptional circumstances cease to publish eulawlive.com, the EU Law Live Content or cease to provide subscription services. We will give you at least 30 days’ notice of this, if possible. If we do so, we will offer you a refund of the unexpired period of your paid subscription. See Section 5 for details.

 

  1. Access and Use

Our ability to invest in high quality content depends on our users complying with this Section 2. Please read our Copyright Policy that summarises how you are allowed to use EU Law Live Content and provides guidance on the types of use we do not permit without the purchase of additional licences from EU Law Live. You agree that you will comply with our Copyright Policy.

Organisations that may be using EU Law Live Content without the appropriate permissions may approach us with a view to discussing the purchase of a licence to legitimise that use.

The amount and types of EU Law Live Content that you can view, and the platforms on which you can view EU Law Live Content, depend on what type of user you are and what type of subscription (if any) you have. We can vary the access rights of registered users who are not accessing eulawlive.com through a paid subscription at any time and at our discretion.

For further access, we offer various types of individual and corporate subscriptions: see Section 4 for details of individual subscriptions, and for details of our corporate subscriptions. If you already have a subscription, details of your access rights can be found at Settings.

 

  1. Privacy Policy and Registration

All information received by us from your use of eulawlive.com will be used by EU Law Live in accordance with our Privacy Policy. Please read this for details of how we may process your personal data.

On registration, you must provide EU Law Live with accurate, complete registration information and it is your responsibility to update and maintain changes to that information on the applicable eulawlive.com registration or subscription pages. EU Law Live is entitled to rely on any information you provide to us.

Each registration is for a single user only. On registration, you will choose a user name and password (“ID”). The email address that you provide on registration must correspond to a named email account and not a generic or shared email account. You are not allowed to share your ID or give access to EU Law Live Content through your ID to anyone else. EU Law Live does not allow multiple users on a network or within an organisation to use the same ID. EU Law Live may cancel or suspend your access to eulawlive.com if you share your ID without further obligation to you. You may not create additional registration or subscription accounts for the benefit of others or with the aim of avoiding our use of IDs to control access to and use of EU Law Live.com.

You are responsible for all use of eulawlive.com made by you or anyone else using your ID and for preventing unauthorised use of your ID. If you believe there has been any breach of security such as the disclosure, theft or unauthorised use of your ID or any payment information, you must notify EU Law Live immediately by emailing us at info@eulawlive.com. We recommend that you do not select an obvious user password (such as your name) and that you change it regularly.

If you provide EU Law Live with an email address that mayresult in any messages from EU Law Live being sent to you via a network or device operated or owned by a third party (e.g. your employer or colleague), then you agree that you are entitled to receive those messages. You also agree that EU Law Live may stop sending messages to you without notifying you.

If you are a registered user of or subscriber to eulawlive.com then you may choose to use eulawlive.com’s “Remember me” log in feature that enables you to be logged in automatically to eulawlive.com whenever you visit eulawlive.com without having to manually log in each time. We recommend that you do not enable this feature on any computer that is or may be used by anyone other than you in order to prevent unauthorised access by third parties to both your subscription details and features of eulawlive.com personal to you.

 

  1. Personal Subscription Services and Temporary Access Passes

We offer subscription services through eulawlive.com and recommend that you read our Frequently Asked Questions for more details and before purchasing a subscription.

Types of subscription: unless you purchase a subscription to use eulawlive.com, your usage rights will be limited, as set out at Settings. We offer various types of subscription: the options currently available are set out at www.eulawlive.com.

Contract formation: EU Law Live will try to process your subscription promptly but does not guarantee that your subscription will be activated by any specified time. By submitting your payment and other subscription details, you are making an offer to us to buy a subscription. Your offer will only be accepted by us and a contract formed when we have successfully verified your payment details and email address, at which point we will provide you with access to your subscription. EU Law Live reserves the right to reject any offer at its discretion, for any or no reason.

Payment details: when you purchase a subscription, you must provide us with complete and accurate payment information. By submitting payment details you promise that you are entitled to purchase a subscription using those payment details. If we do not receive payment authorisation or any authorisation is subsequently cancelled, we may immediately terminate or suspend your access to your subscription. In suspicious circumstances we may contact the issuing bank/payment provider and/or law enforcement authorities or other appropriate third parties. If you are entitled to a refund under these terms and conditions we will credit that refund to the card or other payment method you used to submit payment, unless it has expired, in which case we will contact you.

Pricing: the subscription price will be made clear to you on our sign-up pages or otherwise during the sign-up process and may vary from time to time. You agree to pay the fees at the rates notified to you at the time you purchase your subscription. Our subscription services require a one-off payment. The currency in which your subscription is payable will be specified during the order process, depending on the service and your country of residence. Eligibility for any discounts is ascertained at the time you subscribe and cannot be changed during the term of your subscription. We will always tell you in advance of any increase in the price of your subscription and offer you an opportunity to cancel it if you do not wish to pay the new price.

Trial subscriptions: where we provide a trial subscription, we will inform you of the full subscription price that is payable after the trial period. After the trial, your subscription will renew automatically at the full subscription price unless you cancel your subscription before the end of the trial.

Please note that no more than one trial subscription per subscriber is allowed in any 12 month period. We reserve the right to cancel any trial subscription immediately, without refund, if we become aware that the subscriber has already had another trial subscription in the previous 12 months.

Taxes: EU Law Live is registered for VAT. Our VAT registration number is B88559349.

Prices stated on our website are not inclusive of any applicable value added tax (VAT) or other sales taxes. The breakdown of any applicable VAT payable with your order is indicated on the invoice you will receive with your purchase.

Pricing errors: if we incorrectly state a price to you whether online or otherwise, we are not obliged to provide you with a subscription at that price, even if we have mistakenly accepted your offer to buy a subscription at that price, and we reserve the right to subsequently notify you of any pricing error. If we do this, you may cancel the subscription without any obligation to us and we will refund you any money you have paid us in full, or you may pay the correct price. If you refuse to exercise either of these choices then we may cancel your subscription and will refund you any money you have paid us in full. We will always act in good faith in determining whether a genuine pricing error has occurred.

Other costs: in addition to the subscription fee you are charged, certain banks will charge a foreign transaction fee on transactions which take place abroad or in a foreign currency. EU Law Live is not responsible for any such charges. You are also responsible for paying any internet connection or telecommunications charges that you may incur by accessing eulawlive.com or using the services available on it. For example, if you use any of our mobile services then your network operator may charge you for data or messaging services.

 

  1. Renewal and Cancellation of Personal Subscriptions

At least 14 days before each renewal you will be sent a reminder notice stating the rate that will apply for the renewal period. Unless you notify us before the end of your annual subscription period that you no longer wish to receive it, your annual subscription will renew for another year. We will charge the subscription using the same payment method that you previously used.

Subsequent cancellation of your subscription: You do not have any right to cancel your subscription or any part of it until the end of the subscription period that is in place at that time. Although you may notify us of your intention to cancel at any time, such notice will only take effect at the end of that subscription period, and you will not receive a refund (except in the limited circumstances set out in these terms).

How to cancel: You may notify us of your wish to cancel your subscription by emailing us at subscriptions@eulawlive.com statingthe following: “I/We hereby give notice that I/we cancel my/our subscription”. Please then include:

  • The subscriber’s full name (person listed in the billing information if different from the user)
  • The Account email address or Account Number (Customer Reference Number)
  • The billing address or delivery address (Including zip code/postcode)
  • Your contact telephone number

Cancellations by us: EU Law Live reserves the right to suspend or terminate your subscription if you breach these terms and conditions, with or without notice and without further obligation to you. We may also suspend or terminate your subscription if we are prevented from providing services to you by circumstances beyond our control. If we terminate your subscription for any reason and/or permanently cease to operate eulawlive.com, the EU Law Live Content or cease to provide subscription services then, unless there are exceptional circumstances, we will provide you with a pro rata refund. This means that we will refund you any amounts that you have paid us in advance that relate to any remaining and unexpired period of your subscription.

Cancellation of your registration: If you are a registered user, but not a subscriber, then EU Law Live reserves the right to suspend or terminate your registration at any time, with or without notice and without further obligation to you. If you would like to cancel your registration then please contact our customer services team at info@eulawlive.com.

 

  1. Third Party Sites and Services

Eulawlive.com may contain links to other internet websites or online and mobile services provided by independent third parties, including websites of our advertisers and sponsors (what we call “Third Party Sites”), either directly or through frames. Third Party Sites may be co-branded with EU Law Live and so include EU Law Live’s trade marks.

It is your decision whether you purchase or use any third party products or services made available on or via Third Party Sites and you should read Section 7 below carefully. Our Privacy Policy does not apply to Third Party Sites.

EU Law Live.com contains advertising and sponsorship. Advertisers and sponsors are responsible for ensuring that material submitted for inclusion on eulawlive.com complies with international and national law. EU Law Live is not responsible for any error or inaccuracy in advertising or sponsorship material.

Copyright in any software that is made available for download from eulawlive.com belongs to EU Law Live or its suppliers. Your use of the software is governed by the terms of any licence agreement that may accompany or be included with the software. Do not install or use any of this software unless you agree to such licence agreement. EU Law Live is not responsible for any technical or other issues that may happen if you download third party software.

 

  1. Our Responsibilities To You

A summary of what this section means: this section is important and you should read it carefully. It makes clear to what extent, if any, EU Law Live accepts responsibility (liability) to you for your use of eulawlive.com or the EU Law Live Content or in respect of any third party products or services that we refer to or link to on eulawlive.com.

In no circumstances do we accept responsibility for your use of Third Party Sites or in respect of any Third Party Products. By Third Party Sites we mean websites, online or mobile services provided by third parties, including websites of advertisers and sponsors that may appear on eulawlive.com. By Third Party Products we mean products or services provided by third parties.

Although this means that we accept very little in the way of financial responsibility for your use of eulawlive.com and the EU Law Live Content, we think this is fair on the basis that you can view certain content and services free-of-charge, and the cost of a subscription is relatively inexpensive. It is not commercially possible for us to accept more responsibility for your use of eulawlive.com than set out in this Section taking into account that we permit you to use eulawlive.com for no or a relatively inexpensive cost.

 

Limitations of EU Law Live Content:

The EU Law Live Content (including any information we publish regarding Third Party Products) is only for your general information and is not intended to address your particular requirements. In particular, the EU Law Live Content, including any other content provided by third parties and distributed by eulawlive.com, does not constitute any form of legal advice, recommendation, representation, endorsement or arrangement by EU Law Live. It is not intended to be and should not be relied upon by users in making (or refraining from making) any specific strategic decision reliant on legal advice, nor any purchase, sale or other relevant decisions. Appropriate independent legal advice should be obtained before making any such decision, such as from a qualified legal adviser.

Any agreements, transactions or other arrangements made between you and any third party named on (or linked to from) eulawlive.com are your sole responsibility and entered into at your own risk. Any information that you receive via eulawlive.com, whether or not it is classified as “real time”, may have stopped being current by the time it reaches you.

What we promise:

EU Law Live promises to develop and operate eulawlive.com with reasonable skill and care and will use reasonable efforts to promptly remedy any faults of which it is aware.

What we do not promise:

EU Law Live does not provide any other promises or warranties about eulawlive.com and the EU Law Live Content. Eulawlive.com and the EU Law Live Content are provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis. This means that EU Law Live does not make any promises in respect of eulawlive.com or the services and functions available on or through eulawlive.com or of the quality, completeness or accuracy of the information published on or linked to from eulawlive.com other than as expressly stated above.

The above disclaimers apply equally to your use of eulawlive.com and all EU Law Live Content. Without limiting the above, EU Law Live is not liable for matters beyond its reasonable control. EU Law Live does not control third party communications networks (including your internet service provider), the internet, acts of god or the acts of third parties.

Our financial responsibility to you:

You agree that if we are in breach of these terms and conditions, we will only be responsible to you for any damages that you incur arising out of your use of eulawlive.com or EU Law Live Content (to the extent that EU Law Live’s liability is not otherwise excluded by this section 6) as follows:

  • If you incur any loss as a result of using eulawlive.com or any EU Law Live Content outside the scope of these terms and conditions, EU Law Live accepts no responsibility (liability) to you for this.
  • You will be responsible for all claims, liabilities, damages, cost and expenses suffered or incurred as a result of your breach of these terms and conditions.
  • EU Law Live will only be responsible for loss or damage you suffer which is the reasonably foreseeable result of EU Law Live’s breach of a legal duty of care owed to you, but in no event shall the liability of EU Law Live or its affiliates exceed the amount, if any, paid by you to EU Law Live for the particular subscription product to which the claim relates.
  • EU Law Live will not be responsible to you for any loss or damage suffered by your business, such as lost data, lost profits or any business interruption.

The limitations of liability in this section 7 apply for the benefit of EU Law Live and all of their respective officers, directors, employees, agents or any company who we transfer our rights and obligations to in accordance with these terms and conditions.

To the full extent permitted by law you acknowledge and agree that our third party content and data suppliers have no liability whatsoever to you in respect of any of their data supplied to you as part of the EU Law Live Content.

 

  1. Choice of Law and Jurisdiction

If you are a user whose principal address or principal use of eulawlive.com occurs in any jurisdiction other than the United States then these terms and conditions will be subject to Spanish law. In this case, to the extent possible in the applicable jurisdiction, both you and EU Law Live agree that the courts of Spain will (subject to the final paragraph in this Section 8) have non-exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute which may arise out of, under, or in connection with these terms and conditions.

If you are a user whose principal address or principal use of eulawlive.com occurs in the United States then these terms and conditions will be subject to the laws of the State of New York, without regard to its conflict of laws provisions. In this case, to the extent possible in the applicable jurisdiction, both you and EU Law Live agree that the courts of the State of New York will (subject to the final paragraph in this Section 8) have non-exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute which may arise out of, under, or in connection with these terms and conditions.

 

  1. General

You may not license or transfer any of your rights under these terms and conditions. We may transfer any of our rights or obligations under these terms and conditions to any company, but if we do so we will ensure that any company to whom we transfer our rights or obligations will continue to respect your rights under them.

If any provision of these terms and conditions is found to be invalid by any court having competent jurisdiction, the invalidity of that provision will not affect the validity of the remaining provisions of these terms and conditions, which will remain in full force and effect.

Failure by either party to exercise any right or remedy under these terms and conditions does not constitute a waiver of that right or remedy. Headings in these terms and conditions are for convenience only and have no legal meaning or effect.

These terms and conditions constitute the entire agreement between you and EU Law Live relating to your use of the eulawlive.com website and other online services. They supersede all previous communications, representations and arrangements, either written or oral.

Eulawlive.com is best viewed with one of our supported browsers. Our current list of supported browsers and the degree to which they are supported can be found here.

 

  1. Content ownership

All EU Law Live Content belongs to EU Law Live or its licensors who own all intellectual property rights (including copyright and database rights) in the EU Law Live Content and any selection or arrangement of the EU Law Live Content. No intellectual property rights in any EU Law Live Content are transferred to you. “EU Law Live” is a registered trademark and you may not use it without written permission from EU Law Live. You are permitted to use EU Law Live Content only as set out in our Copyright Policy.

 

  1. Corporate Information

EU Law Live Sociedad Limitada is the publisher of EU Law Live and the eulawlive.com website, and its corporate details are as follows: registered office address is María de Molina 41, Madrid, 28006, Spain; VAT number B88559349.

 

  1. Publication of Terms and Conditions

These terms and conditions were published on 9 January 2020.

 

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