Terms of Use

Effective Date: 25 May, 2018

Squire Patton Boggs (“SPB” or “we”) is a global law firm.  Use of the SPB website (this “Website”) is governed by the terms and conditions set forth in these terms of use (“Terms of Use”).  By using this Website you agree to abide by these Terms of Use.  If you do not agree with these Terms of Use, you should not use this Website.

The content of, and materials included in, this Website are intended only to convey general information about SPB, and should not be viewed as constituting an advertisement of legal services or a solicitation.  You may use this Website only for personal informational purposes.  If you wish to use any materials on this Website for any other purposes, please contact SPB’s General Counsel, Stacy Ballin.  You may not interfere with the content or functioning of this Website.

Neither this Website nor your use of it creates an attorney-client relationship between you and SPB, and nothing in this Website should be construed as an offer or agreement to represent you and should not be relied upon for legal advice.  Users of this Website should obtain such advice only from their own legal counsel.

Disclaimers

SPB makes no warranties, representations or claims with respect to any of the information on this Website, and accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage that may result from accessing or relying on any content on, or available via, this Website.  SPB disclaims to the fullest extent permitted by applicable law any and all liability with respect to acts or omissions made by users of this Website based on the content of this Website.  Further, SPB assumes no responsibility for computer viruses resulting from use of this Website.

Although SPB tries to maintain up-to-date and accurate information, we do not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information on this Website, and any information or statements on this Website, or available via this Website, on the status of a given law or legal issue may not be current, accurate or complete, or apply to your particular circumstances.

Any information included in, or available via, this Website regarding representative matters or the experience of our individual attorneys may not be current, and you should not rely on such information in making any decision, taking any action or refraining from taking any action.

Electronic Transmissions

Information transmitted to us electronically via this Website cannot be guaranteed to be secure, and SPB assumes no responsibility for the loss of confidentiality for any information that you transmit to us via this Website.  Therefore, you should not transmit any confidential information to us via this Website.  Such information may not be treated as confidential and may not be subject to attorney-client privilege.  SPB assumes no responsibility for the confidentiality or return of such information.

Copyright Ownership

The content of this Website is protected under international copyright laws and all right, title and interest in and to such content is owned by SPB or its licensors.  Reproduction of reasonable portions of this Website is permitted provided that such reproduction:  (i) is for non-commercial purposes only; (ii) is properly attributed to SPB; (iii) is not altered or presented in a manner that is misleading; and (iv) includes or references the disclaimers set forth herein.  You may not incorporate any substantial portion of this Website in any work or publication, whether in hardcopy, electronic or any other form, or for any commercial purposes, without SPB’s prior written authorization.

Links

This Website may include links to third-party websites.  Such links do not constitute an endorsement of such websites by SPB, nor is SPB responsible for any viruses, content or disputes resulting from your access to such websites.  If you use a link included in this Website to visit a third-party website, you assume any risk of doing so and you may be subject to any terms, conditions of use or other notifications or policies set forth therein.

Privacy and Data Protection

For information about the way in which we use, process and share personal information that we may obtain about you, please refer to our various privacy notices, which are accessible from our home page.

Governing Law

These Terms of Use are governed by the laws of the State of Ohio without regard to its conflict of laws principles.

If the bar rules in your jurisdiction require SPB to identify an attorney responsible for this Website, SPB designates Philip Zender of its San Francisco office as the responsible attorney for this purpose.