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        Terms and Conditions for Accessing/Using http://www.cooperlaw.net

         Disclaimer

The materials provided at http://www.cooperlaw.net and on any page under that domain (collectively, the “Site”) have been prepared by Cooper Law LLC (“Cooper Law”) for informational purposes only and are not intended and should not be construed as legal advice. The information on the Site is not intended to create, and use of the Site does not constitute or create a lawyer-client relationship between the user and Cooper Law. Users of the Site should not act upon the information provided on the Site without seeking professional counsel. Do not send Cooper Law information until you speak with and review potential conflict issues with Cooper Law’s managing partner and founder, Isaiah D. Cooper, Esq., and receive authorization to send information to Cooper Law.

All material included on the Site is copyrighted in 2011 by Cooper Law LLC except with respect to certain material for which the copyright is held by another party as indicated on or in such material.

         No Legal Services or Attorney-Client Relationship

The information contained in this Site may be considered advertising under various rules applicable to such websites, and is provided for general guidance on topics selected by Cooper Law.  Such information is provided on a blind-basis, without any knowledge as to the reader's or user’s industry, identity or specific circumstances. The professionals at Cooper Law are admitted to the bar in New York and Connecticut only and Cooper Law maintains an office in Connecticut only. Though this Site can be accessed from (just about) anywhere, accessing this Site does not indicate that Cooper Law or the professionals at Cooper Law practice in any user’s or viewer's jurisdiction outside of Connecticut or New York.  Neither Cooper Law nor the professionals providing services for Cooper Law are able to offer services to individuals or entities residing or formed in other locations or jurisdictions or to opine on transactions governed by the laws of other jurisdictions.  The application and impact of relevant laws will vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Though every effort is made to keep the Site up to date and current, the most recent statutes, regulations, legal decisions or settlement agreements may not be reflected on the Site.  There may also be delays, omissions, or inaccuracies in the information contained in or provided on the Site. The information on the Site is provided with the understanding by Cooper Law (and the various authors whose materials are provided on the Site) that providing such information does not constitute the rendering of legal, accounting, tax, career or other professional advice or services. Your use of the Site does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Cooper Law. Legal services, advice and opinions are provided by the Cooper Law only upon an individual (or individuals) or an entity entering into a formal written engagement with Cooper Law.  Cooper Law reserves the right not to accept or to take on any client or matter.  Information on the Site should not be relied upon or used without, or as a substitute for, consultation with an attorney or other professional advisor.  Cooper Law expressly disclaims any and all liability with respect to any actions taken or not taken by any user of this Site based on any or all of the contents of this Site without further formal consultation with Cooper Law.

         Submissions to Cooper Law and Affiliated Servers

Information, including but not limited to remarks, suggestions, ideas, graphics, or other submissions, communicated to Cooper Law through this Site does not create an attorney-client relationship or confidential relationship between you and Cooper Law. Any electronic communication between you and Cooper Law (i) will not be privileged or confidential, (ii) may be disclosed to other persons, and (iii) may not be secure. Therefore, you should not send any e-mail to Cooper Law that contains confidential or sensitive information. Further, all information submitted is the exclusive property of Cooper Law. Subject to the laws and rules governing the practice of law in New York and Connecticut, Cooper Law is entitled to use any information submitted to it via this Site for any purpose, without restriction (except as stated in the Privacy Policy below) and without compensation to the person submitting such information.

Cooper Law does not necessarily endorse, and is not responsible for, any third-party content that may be accessed through links provided on a page of the Site.