In a nutshell…
Long version is below, including legal language I am required to say.
The long version
The term “you” refers to anyone who uses, visits and/or views the website Christmasmagic365.com (hereinafter referred to as “CM365”).
All content on this website including but not limited to text, posts, logos, marks, graphics, files, materials, services, products, videos, audio, applications, computer code, designs, downloads and all other information here (collectively, the “Content”) is owned by CM365 except where noted. Content owned by CM365 is protected by copyright and other intellectual property and unfair competition laws. You are granted a limited revocable license to print or download Content from the website for your own personal, non-commercial, non-transferable, informational and educational use only, while ensuring it’s not in violation of any copyright, trademark, and intellectual property or proprietary rights.
You agree not to copy, duplicate, steal, modify, publish, display, distribute, reproduce, store, transmit, post, create derivative works, reverse engineer, sell, rent or license any part of the Content in any way to anyone, without our prior written consent. You agree to abide by the copyright, trademark laws and intellectual property rights and shall be solely responsible for any violations of these terms and conditions.
MANDATORY ARBITRATION AND GOVERNING LAW
You expressly waive your right to bring any legal claims, now or in the future arising out of or related to the website and our products/services. In the event of any dispute, claim or controversy arising out of or relating to your use of this website, the terms and conditions shall be construed in accordance with the rules and regulations of the state of Oregon and United States. You agree to consent and submit to the jurisdiction of the state and federal courts located in Oregon without regard to the principles of conflict of law or where the parties are located at the time a dispute arises. You agree to resolve any disputes or claims first through mandatory arbitration in the state of Oregon and shall bear the full cost of arbitration as permitted by law. Your good faith participation in arbitration is a condition precedent to pursuing any other legal or equitable remedies available such as litigation or any other legal procedure. You also agree that in the event a legal claim is initiated after the required arbitration, the prevailing party shall be entitled to recover reasonable attorney’s fees and other costs associated with the legal action.