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This Website and the materials on this Website have been prepared by Redmond & Eiland, PLLC to provide general information about law, legal issues and legal developments. As such, the Website and its content does not constitute or contain legal advice, legal opinions or any other form of advice regarding any fact or circumstance. Do not act or fail to act upon any Website information without seeking professional legal counsel.
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You may become a client of the Firm only if you sign an engagement agreement between yourself and the Firm. The purpose of such engagement agreement is to disclose the scope of Firm’s services, Firm’s fee arrangement and other important terms. Nonetheless, the Firm has a strict conflicts policy. Prior to accepting a new client, the Firm carefully evaluates whether the acceptance of a new client could present a conflict to existing or past representations of other clients.
No Guarantee of Results
Some of this Website’s case summaries, reports of past cases (and their outcomes) and the description of experience and past legal services in a lawyer’s profile outline and describe past cases handled by the Firm’s lawyers. They are not intended to serve as a guarantee that the same or similar result can be achieved in every matter or in your case. You must not assume that a similar outcome and case result can be obtained in your case. Each case is different and the outcome of each case depends on a variety of factors, such as specific facts, circumstances and laws that apply to the matter. Unexpected developments beyond the control of any client or lawyer may further make your case substantially different than cases handled by Firm’s lawyers in the past resulting in different and perhaps even negative outcomes in your case. Any case results noted on this Website do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any future case.
Legal and Ethical Requirements & Disclosures
Redmond & Eiland, PLLC tries to comply with all legal and ethical obligations in compiling this Website and in practicing law. We welcome comments about our compliance. Because some information on this Website may constitute lawyer advertising and this Website may be viewed and accessed from all 50 U.S. states, we make these special announcements with respect to state law ethical rules.
Authorized Practice of Law
The ability of any Firm lawyer to engage in services for a client outside of that lawyer’s state(s) licensure is subject to state law, state professional rules and court orders. The Firm does not seek, and this Website is not intended, to solicit legal engagements in jurisdictions in which lawyers of this Firm are not licensed if such engagements would constitute the unauthorized practice of law.
This Website may constitute advertising in some jurisdictions but it is not intended as advertising or solicitation in any jurisdiction where the Website would be so characterized (and would fail to comply with applicable laws and ethical rules of such jurisdiction). The Firm does not seek to represent any client solely based on visiting our Website or upon advertising and the Firm does not intend to represent anyone in violation of any laws or ethical rules.
Mentioning of Prior Results
Texas-based law firms are limited to display, mention, and publish results that were obtained for other clients. Subject to Comment No. 4 to Rule 7.02 of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct, prior results must not be misleading. They are misleading pursuant to that Rule “if presented so as to lead a reasonable person to form an unjustified expectation” of similar results. Redmond & Eiland, PLLC does not suggest, in any way, that we are able to achieve the same or a similar result for new or prospective clients that we were able to obtain for former clients. Each case is different and various factors in each case can materially impact the case outcome.
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In no event shall the owner of this Website, Redmond & Eiland, PLLC or its partners or affiliates or contributors to this Website be liable for any loss or injury, or any damages, whether direct, indirect, special, punitive, incidental, exemplary, consequential, or otherwise, whether based on breach of contract, tort (including negligence), product liability or otherwise, resulting from your access to Website. You hereby waive any and all such claims against the owner of this Website, Redmond & Eiland, PLLC or its partners or affiliates or contributors to this Website. You agree that the restrictions set forth above are material elements of this agreement, and that the site and its information would not be provided to you in the absence of such limitations. Some state laws may restrict this limitation of liability.
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These Terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas, without giving effect to any principles of conflicts of law. Any dispute between you and Redmond & Eiland, PLLC or between you and the owner of this Website or between you and the owner of this Website and Redmond & Eiland, PLLC regarding the content or use of this Website shall be resolved by arbitration under the Commercial Rules of the American Arbitration Association with all hearings held in Dallas, Texas in the English language, and shall not be joined with any dispute that any other person or entity may have with Redmond & Eiland, PLLC or the owner of Website. If any provision of these Terms may be deemed to be unlawful, void or for any reason unenforceable, then that provision shall be deemed severable from these Terms all of which shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any remaining portion of these Terms.
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