Terms and conditions

Tanis Webinar Terms and Conditions

1. Intellectual Property

  • Unless otherwise indicated, Tanis owns copyright for the content presented in the webinar. Webinar events and recordings are to be viewed by the registrant only; the content must under no circumstances be recorded or reproduced.

1.2   A registered participant of a webinar who wants to reproduce or otherwise use the content in any way, has the obligation  to obtain prior approval for such use. Any breach of copyright, including recording the presentation or any unauthorized use of the material may lead to legal action.

2. Learning Outcomes

2.1. Tanis is not liable for the detailed content of any webinars, quality of presentation or if learning outcomes did not entirely meet expectations.

3. Links from the webinar

3.1. Webinars may contain links to other websites over which Tanis has no control. Tanis makes no representations about the accuracy of information contained on those websites. Tanis is not liable for the content on those websites.

4. Cancellation

4.1. A webinar event may be postponed up to 48 hours prior to the event. If for any reason, the presentation is required to be cancelled by Tanis by unforeseen reasons the participation fee will be refunded.

5. Webinars are recorded

5.1 The virtual event facility includes a feature that allows audio and any documents and other materials exchanged or viewed during the session to be recorded. By joining a session, the participant automatically consents  to such recordings.

6. Webinar materials

6.1 The webinar presenter may provide reference materials for your use during or after the webinar. These may include (but are not limited to) the following:

  •  handouts
  • sample documents, templates or other material for use during the webinar

6.2 All webinar-related materials remain copyright of Tanis. They must not be distributed to any third party at any time or in any form without written permission from Tanis.

7.  Applicable law

7.1 Dutch law is applicable and arguments are  subject to the jurisdiction of the court in Zeeland-West-Brabant, location Breda.