Terms of Use

Users of the website (referred to as the “Website” hereinafter) of SCOHIA PHARMA, Inc. (referred to as the “Company” hereinafter) are requested to read the following conditions carefully, and consent to them before using the Website.

Copyright

All information on this Website – writing, images, sound, etc.—is protected by copyright law. No part of the Website, beyond what is permitted by copyright law, may be used without permission. This includes modification, deletion, duplication, public transmission, transfer, loan, adaptation, etc. of the contents.

Trademark

The rights over the naming of the services and the logo on the Website belong to the Company or the right holders who gave the Company the permission to use them. Use without express permission is prohibited.

Disclaimer

The Company exerts maximum effort to ensure that the information on its Website is accurate. However, it cannot guarantee complete accuracy or reliability of information. The Company disclaims any liability for any damage arising from the client’s use or inability to use the Website information.

Operation of the Website

Please note that the Website may, without notice, revise or delete all or part of its information, change its URL, or suspend or terminate its operation.

Email Management

The Company may reply by email to a client’s inquiry. The copyright of the email correspondence lies with the Company. Hence, no part of the email correspondence, beyond what is permitted by copyright law, can be used without express permission. This includes modification, deletion, duplication, public transmission, transfer, loan, adaptation, etc. of the contents.

Management of Links

The Company takes no responsibility over the content of any third-party website which links to the Website. When using external sites, please follow the conditions for usage given by each site. Clients may create a link to the Website provided they seek prior permission through the inquiry form available on the Website. Such requests via inquiry form, on principle, are accepted. However, please note that if the Company deems the client’s website to be an infringement on public order and standards of decency or inappropriate in other ways, or if the Company deems that the client’s site will or may violate the rights of the Company or third parties, permission may not be granted.