Terms of Service for the Denver Small Business Attorney Website
The information provided on this web site, including on the blog, newsletters, and frequently asked questions pages, are for informational purposes only. As the specifics of a situation have an enormous impact on the laws, rules, and regulations that apply, this web site is not meant to, nor does it, substitute for speaking to an attorney to find out whether what you are doing is legal, moral, or right for your situation. If you use the information without consulting an attorney, you take full responsibility for any consequences. If you use the information in conjunction with consulting an attorney, you agree and acknowledge that the information on this site is only meant to be informative and not take the place of your attorney’s advice.
Email Terms of Service
Should you send an email to the Law Office of E.C. Lewis, P.C., that information may not be kept confidential and may be used against you should she represent your opponent in a case. Therefore, you shouldn’t send confidential information through email unless you have already paid the Law Office of E.C. Lewis, P.C. for its services and have an attorney/client relationship with the firm.
Out-of-State Terms of Service
If you do not live in Colorado, the information on this site is only for the purpose of learning about Colorado laws. The Law Office of E.C. Lewis, P.C. does not give advice, only information, about the laws in Colorado on this site, much less for any other state. Your state laws can and probably do differ from those of Colorado. Using any information on this site may have negative consequences and should not be used for anything other than informational purposes to educate yourself prior to talking to an attorney licensed in your state.
Unless the Law Office of E.C. Lewis, P.C. represents you, any information sent to it may not remain confidential. Therefore, please don’t email anything confidential.
By providing your email address to the Law Office of E.C. Lewis, P.C. you agree to receive email communications from the Law Office of E.C. Lewis, P.C. about Colorado small business legal news and Denver small business legal news.
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