Intellectual Property

Last Updated: October 10, 2019

Mindstead LLC (referred to in this policy as "Mindstead," "us," "we," or "our") has adopted the following Intellectual Property Policy regarding content shared by visitors and members (collectively called "Users") on our website at Mindstead.org as well as any affiliated web pages we may host ("sites"), mobile applications ("apps"), or any other services we might offer (together with site and apps, our "Services"). This policy has been developed in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA") and other applicable laws.

At Mindstead, we respect the intellectual property rights of others. Our Terms of Use state that our users do the same: By posting or uploading a Tool or other piece of content (collectively known as "Content"), the Clinician undertakes that he/she/they has the appropriate permissions, rights, and/or licenses to provide, sell, or resell the tools on Mindstead.

Mindstead’s content is derived from User Generated Content (UGC). Mindstead does not check user created or uploaded content for appropriateness or violations of copyright, trademark, or other rights or violations. If you believe any of the uploaded content violates your copyright, trademark, or other intellectual property rights, you should follow the process outlined below.

If we receive a valid infringement Notice from a copyright or trademark owner that meets all of the requirements listed below, we will comply with the law and remove the content from our website at Mindstead.org as well as any affiliated web pages we may host ("sites"), our mobile applications ("apps"), and any other services we might offer (together with site and apps, our "Services"). As a service provider hosting content produced by other people, Mindstead isn’t in a position to make legal judgment calls or resource comparisons, so we often have to rely on formal Notices to take action.

Reporting Issues

In order to allow us to review your report, an official Notice or copyright or trademark infringement should include the following:

  • Identification of your copyrighted or trademarked, a detailed description of the text, goods, or services associated with it, and what is protected under it
  • Your copyright or trademark registration certificate(s) including registration number and a printout from the pertinent country's trademark office records showing current status and title of the registration
  • A short description of how a user allegedly infringed your copyright or trademark rights
  • Clear reference to the materials you allege are infringing and which you are requesting to be removed
  • A statement that you have a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner detailed above is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.
  • A statement made under penalty of perjury that the information provided in the notice is accurate and that you are the copyright or trademark owner or are authorized to file a complaint on behalf of the rightful owner
  • Your complete name, address, email address, and telephone number Your electronic or physical signature


You can submit the Notice electronically to [email protected] with Intellectual Property in the subject line.

If valid, we will provide the user who is allegedly infringing your copyright or trademark with information about the Notice and allow them to respond. In cases where sufficient proof of infringement is provided, we may remove or suspend the reported materials prior to receiving the user's response. In cases where the allegedly infringing user provides us with a proper counter-notification indicating that it is permitted to post the allegedly infringing material, we may notify you and then replace the removed or disabled material.

In all such cases, we will act in accordance with 17 U.S.C Section 512 of the DCMA and other applicable laws.