Co-Active® Training Institute’s (CTI) Intellectual Property includes but is not limited to:
- Its trademarks (e.g. “Co-Active®”)
- Copyrighted documents, videos, presentations, etc. (e.g. course timelines, manuals or “ELG’s,” the Co-Active® models, etc.),
- Confidential trade secrets, as well as “know-how” (e.g. the special way that CTI faculty are trained and deliver its courses).
- The specific skills, principles, techniques, and exercises delivered throughout its courses as well as the specific way they are woven together. There are certain specific components within CTI courses that are not CTI’s Intellectual Property as stand-alone exercises or components, however the context in which they are delivered is CTI’s Intellectual Property. See section below, “Examples of CTI’s Intellectual Property,” for additional guidance.
In addition to establishing copyright protection on all materials produced by CTI, CTI has also obtained trademark protection in connection with many of its key products and services. Still other materials are considered proprietary trade secrets and are kept confidential by CTI.
CTI reserves all of its legal rights relating to all CTI Content.