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Governing Law; Jurisdiction

These Terms of Use will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California, without regard to the principles of conflict of laws. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods does not apply to this Agreement. For any claims, causes of action or disputes arising out of the Displaymode Media Web Service or these Terms of Use which are not subject to the section titled Dispute Resolution, you irrevocably consent to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue in the federal and state courts located in the County of Los Angeles, State of California and waive the right to challenge the jurisdiction of such courts on grounds of lack of personal jurisdiction or forum non conveniens or to otherwise seek a change of venue.

The aforementioned choice of venue is intended by to be mandatory, and not permissive, in nature. Regardless of any statute or law to the contrary, any such claim or cause of action must be filed within one (1) year after such claim or cause of action arose or be forever barred. All claims not subject to the section titled Dispute Resolution must be resolved in accordance with this section titled Governing Law. All claims filed or brought contrary to this section will be considered improperly filed. Should either party file a claim contrary to this section, the non-filing party shall be entitled to seek to recover reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs provided that the non-filing party has notified the filing party in writing of the improperly filed claim and the filing party has failed to properly withdraw the claim.

A printed version of these Terms of Use and of any related notice given in electronic form shall be admissible in judicial or administrative proceedings based upon or relating to these Terms of Use to the same extent and subject to the same conditions as other business documents and records originally generated and maintained in printed form.