Pitt trademarks should not be incorporated as a part of the name of an independent business enterprise in any manner to imply an official relationship between Pitt and a third party.
Pitt trademarks should not be used to endorse a private group or business unless authorized by the University, pursuant to a formal contract or sponsorship agreement with the approval of the University.
All commercial use of the Pitt trademarks must be approved by the Trademarks and Licensing Department.
The University will actively enforce its intellectual property rights against unauthorized uses of the Marks that infringe upon its legal rights and/or interfere with the business of authorized licensees and/or sponsors. The University will also act to prevent unauthorized uses of the Marks that misappropriate or leverage the University's goodwill and reputation, including in any manner that is likely to cause confusion as to University's affiliation, endorsement, sponsorship, approval, or otherwise.
Unauthorized and unlicensed use of Pitt's trademarks may subject the user to disciplinary action and enforcement through available legal remedies, including seizure of the merchandise.
Trademarks and logos are to be accurately reproduced and must appear in the exact form as registered, including the appropriate trademark designation, and may not be altered without the express consent of the Licensing Department.
The names and marks of the University of Pittsburgh cannot be used in the promotion of alcohol, tobacco, "recreational" drug products, gambling products, religious programs or unauthorized promotion of goods or services.