Pospis Law, PLLC (the “Firm”) maintains this website and all its portions, including the Pospis Law Blog (the “Site”), exclusively for general informational purposes. As you access the Site, please keep the following in mind:
1. Not legal advice. Nothing on the Site constitutes legal advice. The Site’s content is provided for informational purposes only. Do not rely on any information on the Site for any purpose. Nothing on the Site should be used as a substitute for competent legal advice from an experienced attorney in your state. The application of the law to a given situation depends on all of the facts and circumstances, which vary from case to case.
2. No reliance. You should not rely on, or act or decline to act based on, anything in the Site. There is no guarantee that any court decision or statute discussed, summarized, cited or linked to (in the Blog or elsewhere) is still good law. For example, a statute may have been amended, repealed, or superseded, or a case may have been overruled, reversed, or vacated, since the initial writing. In addition, there is no guarantee that a decision by a court represents the most up-to-date development in that case.
3. No creation of attorney-client relationship. Viewing, using information from, or communicating with the Firm through, the Site by email or otherwise does not create an attorney-client or any other type of contractual relationship.
4. Prior results do not imply, suggest, or predict future outcomes. Nothing on the Site should be read to predict or guarantee future results. The Firm is not liable for the use or interpretation of information contained on the Site, and it expressly disclaims all liability for any actions you take or do not take, based on the Site’s content.
5. Non-endorsement of third-party content. The Firm does not endorse or vouch for, and is not responsible for, content accessed through the Site’s links to other Internet resources, including on our Resources Page or Blog. Correctness and adequacy of information on those sites is not guaranteed, and unless otherwise stated, no formal relationship exists between the Firm and such linked sites.
6. Editing. Throughout the Site, particularly on our Blog, we often make editorial modifications to facilitate readability. For example, we may omit citations, quotation marks, or even text with or without including an accompanying notation. You should always consult original, official versions of source material if you need to rely on such material for any purpose.
7. No expectation of privacy or confidentiality. You may e-mail the Firm through the Site (by, for example, using our contact page or our contact form), but information you send to the Firm through e-mail or the Site may not be secure and may not be confidential. Communications to the Firm will not be treated as privileged or confidential unless the Firm already represents you. Do not send confidential information to the Firm prior to the establishment of a formal attorney-client relationship. Even if we represent you, you accept all risks of a potential lack of confidentiality when you send us un-encrypted, sensitive, or confidential e-mail.
8. No electronic signature. E-mail from the Firm never constitutes an electronic signature, unless it expressly says so.