(Last updated on February 15, 2016)
The Campbell Firm PLLC (sometimes referred to herein as the “Firm”) makes available on the World Wide Web, at www.campbellfirm.com, this website and the information and materials on this website (together, the “Materials”) are for informational purposes only. You are granted only a limited license to use the website and Materials, as set forth in the Legal Notices section of this website. The website and these Materials are not offered as legal advice as to any particular matter in any particular jurisdiction, including, but not limited to, the State of New York.
Opinions represented on this website and in the Materials are the opinions of The Campbell Firm PLLC and/or its attorneys. Such opinions do not necessarily represent the views of any of the Firm’s clients.
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The Firm would welcome the opportunity to discuss representing you as your attorney. While the Firm would be pleased to hear from you by telephone, mail, facsimile, email, social media or any other means of communication, merely contacting The Campbell Firm PLLC does not create or constitute an attorney-client relationship between the Firm and you or anyone else. Neither the use of this website and the Materials, nor the transfer of information to or from this website, shall create or constitute an attorney-client relationship between The Campbell Firm PLLC and you or anyone else.
Please note that The Campbell Firm PLLC accepts clients only in accordance with certain established procedures, including, but not limited to, a conflicts check. Generally, clients are required to execute a formal engagement letter setting forth the scope of the representation and the fees to be charged in connection therewith. The Firm renders legal advice only after completion of required procedures appropriate for the matter in question. For information concerning the Firm’s fee arrangements, please refer to the Billing Policies section of this website or contact the Firm.
Please note that clients represented by The Campbell Firm PLLC have certain rights and responsibilities in connection with that representation pursuant to laws and ethical rules. Along with the engagement letter, the Firm generally provides each of its clients with a Statement of Client’s Rights and a Statement of Client’s Responsibilities, which each client must acknowledge, if provided, that it has read and accepted the terms of prior to the Firm commencing its work on the client’s behalf.
In compiling and maintaining this website and the Materials, The Campbell Firm PLLC does not intend to practice law or solicit legal representation in any jurisdiction where this website or the Materials may fail to comply with all laws and ethical rules. To the extent the ethical rules in any jurisdiction require the Firm to designate an individual responsible for this website, The Campbell Firm PLLC designates Emily Campbell, Esq., the Firm’s Managing Member, as the attorney responsible for this website and the Materials.
Attorneys at the Firm may be licensed to practice in multiple jurisdictions. Please consult the attorney biographies in the Attorneys section of this website to determine the particular jurisdictions in which individual attorneys are licensed to practice.
The Campbell Firm PLLC reserves the right to update and revise these Terms & Conditions at any time. You can determine if these Terms & Conditions have been revised by referring to the “Last Updated” date at the top of this page, or if you contact the Firm and request to be informed of such revisions, the Firm will inform you by email each time the Terms & Conditions are updated. Your use of this website and the Materials constitutes your acceptance of these Terms & Conditions as amended or revised by the Firm. The Firm recommends that you review the Terms & Conditions regularly to ensure that you are aware of the Terms & Conditions of your usage of this website and the Materials.