Terms of Website Access and Use
Wharton, Aldhizer & Weaver PLC
December 20, 2019
Wharton, Aldhizer & Weaver PLC and its attorneys (collectively, “WAW”, “we” or “us”) welcome your interest in WAW, but we believe it important for you to take notice of the following terms relative to your access to or use of this website.
2. Disclaimers and Warnings.
a. No Attorney-Client Relationship. Your access to or use of this website, including without limitation contacting us via this website, will not create an attorney-client relationship. Rather, there will be no attorney-client relationship until (1) we have the opportunity to perform a conflict check, (2) you and one of our attorneys have the opportunity to discuss and review basic facts of your matter and terms of engagement, and (3) you and one of our attorneys agree to engagement.
b. No Confidentiality or Other Duty Related to an Attorney-Client Relationship. Inasmuch as your access to or use of this website will not create an attorney-client relationship, information which we receive or recover from you via this website:
- will not be protected by the attorney-client privilege;
- will not be confidential pursuant to an attorney-client relationship; and
- will not necessarily prohibit us from representing a client in the same or substantially
As such, do not submit confidential information (including without limitation any secret or private information) via this website, including without limitation via any web link on this website.
c. No Legal Advice. WAW does not provide, and does not intend to provide, legal advice via this website or via any information set forth on this website. As such, do not rely on this website for legal advice, direction or guidance. Rather, if you want or need to speak with an attorney, we encourage you to call us so that we can initiate the process noted in Section 2.a above.
d. No Warranty or Representation of Timely Review of Submissions. WAW does not warrant or represent that we will timely review submissions via this website. As such, if you want or need legal advice immediately, in the short term, or without delay, we encourage you to call us so that we can initiate the process noted in Section 2.a above.
e. No Warranty or Representation of Secure Website. WAW does not warrant or represent:
- that this website,
- that any web link on this website, or
- that your access to or use of this website or any information which can be received or
recovered from your access to or use of this website including without limitation
information which you submit to us via this website,
is or will be secure or confidential. As such, do not disclose confidential information as you access or use this website, and again, do not submit confidential information via this website, including without limitation via any web link on this website.
f. Intent to Commit Crime. You can anticipate that we will report information which we receive or recover from your access to or use of this website to law enforcement which indicates that you or someone else intends to commit a crime reasonably certain to result in death or substantial bodily harm to another or substantial injury to the financial interests or property of another.
g. Prior Case Results. Success in prior cases does do not guarantee or predict the same or similar result in any future case.
h. Persons Depicted in Photos and Other Media. Photos or other media on this website may portray people who are not lawyers, employees, or clients of WAW.
3. Information Received or Recovered Via This Website.
a. Information Submitted by You. If you so choose, you may submit information or questions to us via this website by clicking a Submit, Email or other web link on any of the various pages of this website, but before you do so, we ask that you review and agree to these Terms of Website Access and Use.
b. Information Otherwise Received or Recovered.
2) Google Analytics. When you access or use this website, we may receive or recover information via Google Analytics about your access or use, such as your internet protocol (IP) address, browser type, operating system, computer or mobile device type, navigation and clickstream information, or other data.
4. Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998.
WAW does not intend to direct this website to children under the age of 13 or to receive or recover personal information from children under the age of 13 via this website. In the event that we learn that we have received or recovered personal information from a child under the age of 13 via this website, we will proceed in accordance with the federal Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998.
5. Personal Information Privacy Act.
Sale of information received or recovered from your access to or use of this website will comply with the Virginia Personal Information Privacy Act.
6. Revision/Supplementation of These Terms.
WAW may revise or supplement these Terms of Website Access and Use at any time without notice. As such, feel free to access this website hereafter and review these Terms of Website Access and Use.