Terms of Use and Conditions of Service
Last Updated June 2, 2016

The onejeansweargroup.com web site (the “Site”) is a service of One Jeanswear Group Inc. (“OJG” or “we” or “us”). These Terms of Use and Conditions of Service, along with any other terms and conditions that may appear on the Site from time-to-time (collectively, “Terms”), set forth the terms and conditions under which you may use and access the Site.

BY ACCESSING THE SITE, YOU AGREE TO THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS (WITHOUT MODIFICATION), YOU ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO ACCESS OR OTHERWISE USE THE SITE.

1. Use of Site and Content.

1.1 Use of Site. You may access and use the Site solely for your personal use in accordance with these Terms. You agree not to access or use the Site in any manner that is prohibited by these Terms or is otherwise unlawful. We reserve the right, in our sole discretion, to terminate or suspend your access to, and/or use of, the Site, or any portion thereof, at any time, with or without notice and for any reason (or no reason), and you agree that (a) if your authorization to access the Site is terminated, you will not thereafter access, or attempt to access, the Site, directly or indirectly, and (b) if your authorization to access the Site is suspended, you will not thereafter access, or attempt to access, the Site, directly or indirectly, until your suspension is removed and we give you express notice thereof.

1.2 Use of Content. You may make a single copy and/or print a single copy of any information displayed or transmitted on the Site (including, but not limited to, logotypes, trademarks, service marks, directories, guides, news articles, opinions, reviews, text, photographs, images, illustrations, audio clips, video, html, source and object code, software, data, and the like, collectively “Content”) for your personal use only.

1.3 Restrictions. Except as expressly permitted in Section 1.1 and 1.2 above, you agree not to, without first obtaining our express written permission, (a) distribute (including via e-mail), or otherwise make available, copies of any Content to anyone, (b) republish the Content on the Internet or any intranet or extranet site or incorporate the Content in any database, file, compilation, or archive, (c) reproduce, adapt, distribute, perform or display any Content, in each instance except to the extent required for the limited purpose of viewing material on the Site, (d) alter or remove any trademark, copyright or any other notice contained in any Content, (e) archive or retain any Content in any form, (f) use Content for any commercial purposes, (g) use any of our trademarks as metatags on other web sites, (h) use the Site in any manner that is illegal or impairs the operation of the Site or its availability or usage by others, and/or (i) display any part of the Site in frames (or any Content via in-line links). You agree not to decompile, reverse engineer or disassemble any software or other products or processes accessible through the Site, and not to insert any code or product or manipulate the Content in any way that affects the user’s experience.  You further agree not to use any data mining, web crawlers, robots, cancelbots, spiders, Trojan horses, or any data gathering or extraction method in connection with your use of the Site except for customary search engines used in accordance with instructions directed to search engines and available on the Site.

1.4 Product Information and Colors. We have made every effort to display as accurately as possible the colors of our products that appear on the Site. However, as the actual colors you see will depend on your monitor, we cannot guarantee that your monitor’s display of any color will be accurate.

2. Registration; User Submissions.

2.1 Registrations. Certain areas of the Site may require registration.  If you register or provide information to us in any manner, you agree to provide only true, accurate, current and complete information.  If we issue a username and/or password to you, you agree to protect such information by, among other things, keeping your password and other information relating to your account confidential.  However, if you allow someone else to use your account, you will be responsible for all use of the Site by the person using your account.

2.2 User Submissions. By posting or uploading content you have created (including without limitation, photographs, your social media handle, videos, reviews, suggestions and comments) (collectively, “User Submissions”) in connection with your use of the Site or through use of tools or applications we may provide for posting or sharing your User Submissions (including those that you have tagged with OJG brand hashtags), you grant to OJG and its third-party service providers who provide OJG with content management and website services (collectively, “the “Licensed Parties”) the perpetual, irrevocable, royalty-free, fully-paid, non-exclusive, transferable right and license to use (and to authorize others to use) your OJG-tagged User Submissions and other User Submissions in any manner in OJG’s sole discretion (including, but not limited to, use on its webpages, social media site pages used by OJG, and in its other marketing, promotional and advertising activities), in any media now or hereafter known.  OJG may use, display, reproduce, distribute, transmit, create derivative works from, combine with other materials, alter and/or edit your User Submissions in any manner in its sole discretion, with no obligation to you whatsoever.  You hereby grant the Licensed Parties the right to use your username, real name, image, likeness, caption, location or other identifying information in connection with any use of your User Submissions as OJG determines in its sole discretion.  You hereby represent and warrant that (i) you own all rights in and to your User Submissions, or the holder of any such rights has provided you with all necessary licenses, rights, consents and permissions to publish the User Submissions you submit and to grant the rights granted herein, (ii) you have permission from all person(s) appearing in your User Submissions to grant the rights granted herein, including the right to use and grant the Licensed Parties’ the right to use their name, image, voice and /or likeness without need for payment to you or any other person or person, (iii) you and all person(s) appearing in your User Submissions are not minors, (iv) the Licensed Parties’ use of your User Submissions as described herein will not violate the rights of any third party or any law, including but not limited to copyright, trademark, privacy, publicity or other proprietary rights, and (v) your User Submissions will not be or contain false, libelous, defamatory, harassing, threatening or otherwise unlawful, abusive, hateful, indecent or obscene material.  You hereby release, discharge and agree to hold harmless OJG, the Licensed Parties, its parent and affiliates, and any person acting on OJG’s or their behalf from any liability related in any way to the Licensed Parties’ use of your User Submissions.
Your User Submissions are deemed non-confidential and the Licensed Parties have no obligation to maintain the confidentiality of any information, in whatever form, contained in any submission, except under the Licensed Parties’ respective privacy policies. OJG is and shall be under no obligation (1) to pay you any compensation for any User Submissions or (2) to use or respond to your User Submissions or to identify you in connection with any such use.
OJG may review, remove, reject or revise User Submissions at any time, without prior notice, and in our sole discretion. We may remove, reject or revise content that we believe violates these Terms, is otherwise objectionable, or for any other reason, without prior notice.

3. Linking and Third Party Dealings.

3.1 Links to External Sites. We may provide hyperlinks to other web sites and Internet resources operated by parties other than OJG. We have no control over such sites and resources or their privacy policies. Such hyperlinks are provided for your reference only. The inclusion of hyperlinks to such web sites does not imply any sponsorship, affiliation or endorsement of the material on such web sites or with their operators.

3.2 Third-Party Dealings. Some portions of the Site may direct you to a web site of a third party. Your dealings or communications through the Site with any party other than us are solely between you and that third party. Please review carefully that third party’s policies and practices and make sure you are comfortable with those policies and practices before you engage in any transaction. Any complaints, concerns or questions you may have relating to materials provided by third parties should be forwarded directly to the third party.

4. Intellectual Property.

Except for Content that is in the public domain, all Content, as well as the selection and arrangement of the Content, is owned by (or licensed to) OJG, its affiliates or suppliers and is protected by copyright, trade dress, trademark, unfair competition, and/or other laws and may not be used, copied or imitated in whole or in part except as expressly provided in these Terms. Except as otherwise expressly provided in these Terms, all rights in and to the Content are expressly reserved by OJG.

5. Additional Terms and Modifications to Terms.

WE MAY ADD ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS THAT GOVERN YOUR USE OF THE SITE BY POSTING SUCH TERMS AND CONDITIONS ON THE SITE FROM TIME-TO-TIME. In addition, we may revise these Terms at any time. When we do, we will also revise the “last updated” date at the top of these Terms. You are responsible for regularly reviewing the current Terms. The most current version of the Terms can be reviewed by clicking on the “Terms of Use” hypertext link located at the bottom of our web pages. Your continued use of the Site after we post any revised Terms constitutes your agreement to any such revised terms. If you object to any of these Terms or any subsequent changes, you may not use the Site.

6. Modifications to the Site.

For further clarity, (a) we may modify, suspend, discontinue and/or restrict the use of all or any portion of the Site including the availability of any data or other information contained on the Site at any time for any reason and without notice or liability, and (b) we reserve the right, with or without notice to you, to change any of the services offered on the Site including, but not limited to, hours of operation, menu structures, access procedures, software commands, documentation, suppliers and/or other services.

7. Governing Law and Jurisdiction.

At present, the Site is hosted on servers located in the United States and is intended to be viewed primarily by residents of the United States. We reserve the right to host the Site on servers located in countries other than the United States. These Terms are governed by the laws of the State of New York, USA, except for its conflict of laws provisions. In the event you desire to initiate any suit against OJG arising out of or relating to the Site (including, without limitation, the Content of the Site) and/or these Terms, you agree to bring such suit in the federal courts sitting in New York, USA unless no federal subject matter jurisdiction exists, in which case you agree to bring such suit in the state courts sitting in New York, USA. You further agree that we may initiate a suit against you arising out of or relating to the Site (including, without limitation, the Content of the Site) and/or these Terms in such courts and you hereby waive all rights you may have or which may hereafter arise to contest jurisdiction or venue in such courts.

8. Miscellaneous.

These Terms including, without limitation, any other terms and conditions that may appear on the Site from time-to-time, contain the full understanding with respect to your use and access of the Site and supersede all prior agreements, terms, conditions and understandings, both written and oral, with respect to such use and access of the Site. If any portion of these Terms is held to be invalid or unenforceable, the invalid or unenforceable portion shall be modified in accordance with the applicable law as nearly as possible to reflect the original intention of the applicable provision, and the remainder of these Terms shall remain in full force and effect. A printed version of these Terms of Use and of any notices given to you in electronic form shall be admissible in judicial or administrative proceedings based upon or relating to these Terms to the same extent and subject to the same conditions as other business documents and records originally generated and maintained in printed form. The failure of OJG to insist upon or enforce strict performance by you of any provision of these Terms shall not be construed as a waiver of any provision or right. Use of the Site is unauthorized in any jurisdiction that does not give effect to all provisions of these Terms. We may provide notice to you relating to the Site and/or these Terms by sending an e-mail to your last known e-mail address, and any such notice shall be deemed given and received on the day it is sent. You agree that any cause of action that you may desire to bring arising out of or related to these Terms and/or the Site must commence within one (1) year after the cause of action arises; otherwise, such cause of action shall be permanently barred. You may not use the Site or export the Content in violation of U.S. export laws and regulations. If you access the Site from a location outside the United States, you are responsible for compliance with all local laws in connection with your purchases or transactions through, or other use of, the Site.

Statement for the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB 657)

One Jeanswear Group Inc. (the “Company” or “we”) is committed to legal compliance and ethical business practices in all of our operations worldwide. We choose suppliers and contractors who we believe share that commitment.

We take the risk of slavery and human trafficking in our supply chain very seriously. Like many companies manufacturing or selling products in California, we are required to comply with the California Transparency in Supply Chain Act of 2010 (California Senate Bill 657) beginning in 2012. That law was designed to increase the amount of information available to consumers about the efforts of manufacturers and retailers to eliminate the risk of modern day slavery, forced labor, human trafficking and similar human rights violations (“slavery and human trafficking”) from their supply chain. Accordingly, below are some examples of how we are working to eliminate that risk from our supply chain.

VERIFICATION: The Company internally assesses the risk of slavery and human trafficking with respect to the supply chain for all its products. To judge which of its sourcing countries presents the highest risk levels, the Company utilizes several resources, including the U.S. State Department’s annual Trafficking in Persons Report’s country rankings, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime’s Global Report on Trafficking in Persons, and the U.S. Department of Labor’s List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor. The Company continuously assesses its risk as these resources are updated and as new, credible resources become available.

AUDITS: The Company conducts social audits of its suppliers to evaluate compliance with the Company’s Standards for Contractors and Suppliers, which include standards for slavery and human trafficking in the supply chain. To determine factory selection and timing of audits we look at several criteria, including factory location (country), size, workforce composition and past compliance performance. We utilize a third party compliance audit firm to conduct both announced and unannounced factory audits on our behalf. As a guideline factories are audited every year.

The Company uses a scorecard system to assign risk levels to suppliers based on audit results. Over time, audit scores reflect the compliance status of a factory, making it a useful tool for internal production divisions to benchmark their factories, vendors and agents when making sourcing decisions. Upon completion of each audit, a detailed corrective action planned (if necessary) is put in place and monitored to validate that any notable items are corrected.

CERTIFICATION (SUPPLIER): The Company requires that all of its suppliers comply with applicable laws within their country of business regarding slavery and human trafficking. The Company requires all of its contractors and suppliers to adhere to Standards for Contractors and Suppliers, which, among other things, prohibits child labor and any form of forced, compulsory, bonded, indentured health and safety in working conditions.

ACCOUNTABILITY (STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES): All Company employees and agents with production , sourcing or quality control responsibilities, as well as internal buying offices and trading companies doing business with the Company, are provided with copies of the Company’s compliance program policies and procedures related to the enforcement of it Standards for Contractors and Suppliers. These policies and procedures, which are outlined in our Corporate Compliance Operations Manual, include issuance of zero tolerance notifications for violations of the Company’s prohibition on use of child and forced labor and implementation of corrective action plans. In the case of non-compliance, the Company examines the specific situation and develops an appropriate strategy for resolution.

TRAINING: The Company requires annual training of its managers and employees with direct responsibility for supply chain management that specifically raises awareness of slavery and human trafficking as part of the Blue Campaign under Homeland Security. As part of the Company’s compliance program, social audits conducted by an independent third party, include provisions designed to address possible violations in recruitment, employee status, wages and hours; this is accomplished through a detailed review of records and interviews of factory workers. In addition, factories that undergo a social audit beginning in the 1st quarter 2016 will be required to take an e-learning lesson on human trafficking. The training above helps reduce the risk and raises awareness of human trafficking and forced labor in the Company’s supply chain.