October 28th, 2020

 

Advertising Policy
The Journal of Reproductive Medicine accepts commercial and academic institution (for job listings/recruitment) advertising for its printed journals and website.
Guidelines
The Advertiser is responsible for the ad material/advertising (“Advertisement”) and warrants that (1) it is authorized to sell all products and/or services advertised and to use any information or depiction in the Advertisement, (2) it has the right to use any trademarks, service marks, or trade names depicted in the Advertisement, and (3) the Advertisement complies with all applicable laws and regulations in the countries where it will be seen.

The Journal of Reproductive Medicine, Inc.® (“the Journal”) and its editors explicitly retain the right to reject and/or request modifications to the Advertisement. If an Advertisement is rejected, the Journal will use reasonable efforts to provide the Advertiser with notification in order to allow the Advertiser to modify or supply a substitute Advertisement.

Statements in Advertisements should be ethical and carry no direct or implied disparagement of another product. There should be no statements that are misleading, exaggerated, or contrary to proven facts.

The Advertiser will indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the Journal from and against any expenses arising from any claims, losses, or damages arising from the Advertisement including but not limited to the third-party claims alleging trademark or copyright infringement. All Advertisements must clearly and prominently identify the Advertiser by trademark or signature.

Placement of the Advertisement is at the discretion of the Journal, its editors, and its societies. Advertisements that appear on the Journal’s website or in the printed journal adjacent to articles will be displayed randomly and will not be displayed based on the subject matter of the article. Advertising interests will not influence editorial decisions or editorial content. Advertisements for recruitment purposes must be nondiscriminatory and comply with all applicable laws and regulations and should state such in the advertisement. Advertiser acknowledges that print-format Advertisements may be included in a digital edition of the journal publication without additional notification. Advertiser assumes responsibility for the registration and protection of any copyright it may have in its own Advertisement and licenses to the Journal the right to copy from such Advertisement. The Journal will retain all rights and title to any materials it prepares for the Advertiser.

Cancellations must be submitted in writing and will not be accepted after closing dates for space reservations for issue being canceled. No cancellations will be accepted for reservations with premium positions (including but not limited to all covers and TOC positions). Advertisements must be submitted in a file format acceptable to the Journal. The Journal will not be liable for any failure to publish an Advertisement accepted but shall use reasonable efforts to place such Advertisement in subsequent available space.

If the Advertisement supplied by Advertiser is not compliant with the Journal requirements as set forth herein and/or in its current rate card, the Journal will not be liable for any errors in reproduction of the Advertisement. In the event the Journal is responsible for any reproduction errors in an Advertisement, the Journal’s liability will not exceed a republication of the Advertisement in a subsequent issue of the journal publication.

JRM shall have the right at any time to remove any Advertisement and/or terminate this Agreement if the Journal determines in its sole discretion that the Advertisement or any portion thereof (1) violates the Journal’s policies, (2) violates any law, rule, regulation, or industry code or if the Journal is directed to do so by any law enforcement agency, court, or government agency, (3) is the subject of a claim asserted by an entity with respect to its trademarks, trade names, service marks, or other proprietary rights, or (4) is otherwise objectionable to the Journal.