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Nucleus illustrations and animations are rights managed and Nucleus retains ownership of its content. As stated in each contract, adjacent to all instances of display of the Nucleus images or within an obvious credits page or screen, you must include the following notice: "Copyright © 2020 Nucleus Medical Media, Inc. All rights reserved. www.nucleusinc.com"
All rights not expressly granted are retained by Nucleus. Any use additional to that expressly granted requires arrangement for a new agreement and payment of a separate fee. Nucleus is the sole copyright holder of the Nucleus images and any derivative imagery created from them.
In the case of custom artwork or animations only: Fifty percent (50%) of the final fee is due within 30 days of notification that, for any reason, the Client cancels, or postpones for more than six months, the custom animation or artwork job before the final delivery. This fee is in addition to any fees incurred by the Client for custom art or animation work already completed. One hundred percent (100%) of the total fee for the custom art or animation that has been completed is due despite cancellation or postponement of the job. Upon cancellation by the Client, all rights to the custom art or animation revert to Nucleus and all original art or animation must be returned, including sketches, comps, or other preliminary materials.
Any revisions made to correct medical inaccuracies are completed at no cost.
Images will be delivered via email, or other formats as the Client may desire, to the contact name unless otherwise specified.
One-hundred percent (100%) of the fee is due before stock imagery will be delivered. Fifty percent (50%) of the fee is due in order to begin custom work or revisions. Balance Due for finished work is due upon acceptance, net thirty (30) days. The Client's right to use the work is conditioned upon receipt of payment within thirty days of acceptance, and upon Client's compliance with the terms of this agreement. A two percent (2%) monthly service charge will be billed against late payment.
If Client does not provide a courier/shipping number, shipping charges will be added to the final invoice. Client agrees to reimburse Nucleus for the following expenses: travel, print proofs, transport disks and other media, transparencies, film output, and other out-of-pocket expenses that may occur in the performance of this job.
The Client agrees to indemnify and hold Nucleus harmless against any and all claims, costs, and expenses, including attorney's fees, due to materials included in the Work at the request of the Client for which no copyright permission or privacy release was requested, or for which uses exceed the uses allowed pursuant to a permission or release.
This Agreement shall be binding upon the parties, their heirs, successors, assigns, and personal representatives. This Agreement constitutes the entire understanding of the parties. Its terms can be modified only by an instrument in writing signed by both parties, except that the Client may authorize expenses or revisions orally. No terms attached to any check for payment under this Agreement can modify the Agreement except under an independent instrument in writing signed by both parties. Any dispute regarding this agreement shall be arbitrated in Marietta, Georgia under the rules of the American Arbitration Association and the laws of Cobb County. A waiver of a breach of any of the provisions of this Agreement shall not be construed as a continuing waiver of other breaches of the same or other provisions. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Georgia and courts of such state shall have exclusive jurisdiction and venue.