At Local Vyntage, we’re all about sharing cherished memories back with those who experienced them first-hand. Like our customers, special moments from our past mean a lot to us. So, it’s important we take a lot of care in how we select and pursue designs that end up on our apparel. From doing thorough research to reaching out to surviving connections to these local icons, we're proud of the work we put in to respect, honor, and do right by the memories that make every town tick. When any potential conflict is discovered, we are proactive in finding solutions – even if that sometimes means walking away.
Local Vyntage takes intellectual property rights very seriously. We comply with intellectual property laws and industry best practices to maintain the integrity of our brand and product offerings. All Local Vyntage designs go through a careful and thorough intellectual property review before they're made available to the marketplace.
The intellectual property information on this page will explain how we address allegations of infringement, how authorized parties can submit proper notices of infringement and how we'll respond to any such notice.
Notices of Copyright Infringement
If you believe you are an intellectual property owner and that we've infringed upon your intellectual property, we recommend you provide a Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) notice of claimed infringement to Local Vyntage. We will respond in a timely manner when we receive a proper notice of intellectual property (i.e., Copyright) infringement. Before being able to process your notice we may request any missing or additional information needed.
Notice Requirements (DMCA):
- The signature of a person who has been authorized to act on behalf of the intellectual property owner who right has been allegedly infringed upon. Digital signatures are acceptable.
- Identification in sufficient detail of the copyright work allegedly infringed upon, including URL(s).
- Identification of the allegedly infringing material on our website (localvyntage.com), including URL(s).
- The name of the person or entity who believes they are the intellectual property owner and the contact information (name, address, telephone number and email address) of the person proving the notice.
- A statement that the person making the notice that they have a good faith belief the material is not authorized by the intellectual property owner, its agent, or the law.
- A statement that the information provided in the notice is accurate, and under penalty of perjury, that the person making the notice is authorized to make the complaint on behalf of the copyright owner.
If you misrepresent the ownership of the intellectual property and/or the material it's infringing, you may be liable for damages (including attorney fees and other costs). If you are not sure about the ownership of the intellectual property or whether the material is infringing, we recommend contacting an attorney before providing a notice to Local Vyntage.
Notices should be submitted via email to email@example.com or by mail to Attn: Legal, Local Vyntage, LLC, 386 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130.