Summit Terms & Conditions

Your registration may be transferred to a member of your organization up to one week in advance of the Conference. Cancellations confirmed as received by SCRS in writing on or before February 1, 2022 will be refunded, less a $195 administrative charge. No refunds will be made after this date; however, you will receive the Conference materials. In case of Conference cancellation for reasons which are not related to a “Force Majeure” event (as defined below), SCRS’s liability is limited to refund of the Conference registration fee only. SCRS reserves the right to alter this program without prior notice.  SCRS shall have no liability if the Conference is postponed or canceled due to a “Force Majeure” event.  In such case, your registration fees will not be refunded but may be used as a credit within one (1) year for future SCRS programs that take place within one year of the start date of the event purchased.  A “Force Majeure” event is defined as an act outside the control of SCRS and includes, but is not limited to, an event caused by an act of God; strikes or labor disruptions; a failure of suppliers; war (declared or undeclared) or riots; epidemic, fire, flooding, earthquake, hurricane, or other natural disasters; epidemic or quarantine restrictions, material shortages or rationing; acts of state or government prohibiting or impeding SCRS from performing its obligations; or any other similar cause that is not within the control of or directly or indirectly caused by SCRS.

Speakers, topics, titles, session start and times, session durations, session content, and Conference agenda are subject to change without notice. In the event of a speaker cancellation, every effort to find a suitable replacement will be made and may not include notice to the Conference registrants. The opinions of the Conference speakers do not necessarily reflect those of the companies they represent, or SCRS.

SCRS reserves the right, under federal, state and local law, to use photographs/video taken at its events for reproduction on the Company’s websites or in other official Company publications and displays, including but not limited to print or online, without further consideration or compensation. SCRS reserves the right to crop or treat the photographs/video at its discretion. Full names of attendees appearing in photographs or videos will not be used unless attendees’ consent to, or express their desire to, be identified and SCRS agrees to such identification.

The information contained in this Conference is of a general nature and should not be construed as legal or tax advice. Individuals with specific questions and factual situations should consult their own legal counsel, accountant or human resource consultant who is competent in this field.

Reproduction, distribution, display, and use of this Conference is prohibited without express written permission.

Antitrust Statement

The Site Solutions Summit (SSS) attendees are reminded that certain topics are not proper subjects for discussion and consideration at any SSS conference, meeting, committee, whether formal or informal. While it is entirely appropriate to meet as a group to discuss common problems and areas of interest, it must be kept in mind that there are attendees at meetings that are competitors and any action taken to eliminate, restrict, or govern competition among these groups is a violation of the antitrust laws. If there is any discussion during our meetings relating to significant factors of competition among our attendees, an inference may be raised that such a discussion among competitors is for the purpose of agreeing upon a common course of business conduct.

Rationale: To ensure the SSS’s complies with federal regulations and guard against liabilities attendees should remember that the SSS’s only proper interests under the antitrust laws are:

  • To prevent any situation from which collusion, anti-competitive activity, or concerted action can fairly be inferred.
  • To keep attendees fully informed and oriented regarding the SSS’s compliance with the antitrust laws.
  • To promote individual determinations regarding company policies. Any policies which the SSS attendees have adopted as their company policies, even if recognized as common practice in the industry, are not considered “SSS” policy and must never be referred to as such.
  • To avoid referring to non-attendees of meetings as “the competition.”
  • To avoid discussion of attendees’ selling practices which should not be discussed at such a meeting where competitors are in attendance.
  • To be of assistance to our attendees and our industry, including providing useful business information, statistics, and opportunities for attendees to network and lawfully exchange information, and to promote their businesses and industry.

General Procedures

All SSS registrants must adhere to the following procedures.

  • “Price” is a forbidden subject at any SSS meeting.
  • This includes terms and discounts, because these are substantial elements of price structure. To avoid any problems, members of our meetings should not participate in any meeting for the purpose of discussing methods of fixing, establishing, maintaining, or discounting prices, or terms or conditions of sale, for services or products. Should such discussions start, attendees should do their best to stop them; if they continue, they should get up and walk out.
  • Among the subjects that should never be discussed at SSS meetings are Cost Per Interview (CPI), conditions, terms and prices of service, allocating or sharing of customers, and refusing to deal with a particular provider or customer. Agreements among competitors relating to any of these subjects are per se violations of the antitrust laws, and can lead to severe and civil penalties.
  • Territorial limitations are not to be discussed at any SSS meeting. No arrangements where one organization agrees to confine its activity to its own city or county, if a neighboring organization agrees to follow similar limitation, must be discussed or considered.
  • No SSS’s rules or regulations should exist which in any way affect the freedom of any attendee to adopt any company policy so desired and to choose those with whom it wants or doesn’t want to deal. Attendees should avoid such “policy” discussion at SSS meetings.
  • Attendees must compete in every sense of the word under the American system of competitive enterprise. Members should not wait for an SSS meeting to see what others are going to do. That could involve concerted action which is forbidden by the antitrust laws when such action restrains trade. Attendees should strive to give the best service possible at a price as determined by their own business judgment.

The Site Solutions Summit is committed to complying with Federal antitrust regulations.