TERMS OF USE

Your access to and use of the http://www.soglelaw.com website (the “Site”) operated by Sogle Law (“we”, “us “ or “our”) are conditioned on your acceptance of and compliance with these Terms of Use (“Terms”).  These Terms apply to all visitors, users and others who access or use the Site.

 

Sogle Law maintains this Site exclusively for informational purposes.  It is not legal or other professional advice and does not necessarily represent the opinion of Sogle Law or its clients.  Viewing this Site, using information from it, or communicating with Sogle Law through this site by Internet email does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Sogle Law.

 

Information contained on or made available through the Site is not intended to and does not constitute legal advice, recommendations, mediation or counseling under any circumstance.  You should not act or decline to act, based on the content from this Site, without first consulting an attorney or other appropriate professional licensed in your particular jurisdiction.  Nothing on this Site predicts or guarantees future results.  Sogle Law is not liable for the use or interpretation of information contained on this site, and expressly disclaims all liability for any actions you take or do not take, based on this site’s content.

 

Your use of information on the Site or materials linked to the Site is entirely at your own risk.  Correctness and adequacy of information on those sites is not guaranteed, and unless otherwise stated, Sogle Law not associated with such linked sites.

 

You may e-mail us through this site, but information you send to Sogle Law through Internet e-mail or this Site is not secure and may not be confidential.  Communications to us will not be treated as privileged unless we already represent you.  Do not send us confidential information until you have established a formal attorney-client relationship with Sogle Law.  Even if we represent you, understand that Internet e-mail security is still uncertain and that you accept all risks of such uncertainty and potential lack of confidentiality when you send us unencrypted, sensitive, or confidential e-mail. E-mail from Sogle Law never constitutes an electronic signature, unless it expressly says so.

 

Sogle Law practices primarily in the State of California, United States.  Users who access this Site from other locations do so at their own risk and are responsible for complying with local laws and regulations.  This Site (not including linked sites) is controlled by Sogle Law.  The laws of California apply to everything concerning use of this Site, without regard to California’s conflict of laws principles.  You agree to submit to the exclusive personal jurisdiction and venue of the appropriate California court to resolve any dispute concerning your use of this Site.