Doyenne Corporate Law, PC
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1. No legal advice
The Information is made available for general informational purposes only, and it is not intended to constitute specific legal advice or to be a substitute for advice from qualified counsel. Without limiting the foregoing, the Information may not reflect recent developments in the law, may not be complete, and may not be accurate in or applicable to your jurisdiction. Because the Information is general in nature and may not pertain to your specific circumstances, you should not act or refrain from acting based on any Information without first obtaining advice from professional counsel qualified in the applicable subject matter and jurisdictions.
2. No attorney-client relationship
Doyenne has a policy of entering into attorney-client relationships with its clients only in accordance with certain procedures, which include executing an engagement letter and addressing professional responsibility conflicts as required by the California Bar Association. You agree that your access of the Doyenne website, your submittal of the Contact Us form, or your transmission of email to addresses on the Doyenne website, does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Doyenne.
3. Other matters of professional responsibility
3.1 No Advertising or Solicitation. The Doyenne website is not intended to be an advertisement or solicitation, but may be deemed an advertisement certain jurisdictions.
3.2 Sensitive Communications. You agree that information sent by you to Doyenne will not be treated as confidential or invoke an attorney-client privilege; provided, however, that if you are an existing client of Doyenne and you send an email to Doyenne pertaining to a matter in which Doyenne then represents you, such email may be entitled to be treated as confidential or privileged. Notwithstanding the foregoing, you acknowledge that email and the Internet are generally insecure media of communication, and Doyenne cannot guarantee the confidentiality of any email sent to or received by it or any information submitted by you to Doyenne through the Doyenne website.
3.3 Authorized Jurisdiction; Certifications. Doyenne’s attorney is licensed to practice only in the state of California and is not certified (including as a specialist) by any professional or government authority.
3.4 Principal Office; Responsible Attorney. To the extent the requirements of the Bar Association in your jurisdiction require such designation: Doyenne’s principal office is its Belmont, CA office. Doyenne’s responsible attorney for the Doyenne website is Robin Bennett.
3.5 No Warranty of Results. The information in the Doyenne website may contain descriptions of matters in which Doyenne successfully represented its clients. The results of these matters were dependent on their specific circumstances, and are in no way intended to be predictive of future results, even in similar circumstances, or offer any type of guarantee or assurance of outcome. Information pertaining to Doyenne clients may not reflect the opinions such clients.
5.1 Prohibited Uses. You will not use the Doyenne website in violation of any applicable law. Without limiting the foregoing, you will not use the Doyenne website in connection with (a) the infringement of intellectual property rights including Doyenne’s rights in its marks and its articles; (b) the unauthorized transmission of unsolicited commercial email; (c) the transmission of defamatory materials; or (d) fraud. You will not violate, attempt to violate, or knowingly facilitate the violation of the security (including access control or authentication systems) or integrity of the Doyenne website.
5.2 Copyright in Information. The Doyenne website, including the information posted herein, is protected by United States copyright laws. All rights are reserved. Subject to the terms of these terms and conditions, Doyenne grants to you a limited, nonexclusive, personal license to access, view, download and print the information herein solely for noncommercial and informational purposes. You may not modify the information in any way and you may not remove or obscure any copyright or permission notices provided on or in connection with the information. Doyenne does not grant to you any rights in its marks. You are free to hyperlink to any page in the publicly available pages of the Doyenne website; provided, however, that you agree to remove any such hyperlink upon Doyenne’s written request.
5.3 Electronic Mail. Subject to Section 5.1, you may send email to those addresses made available on the Doyenne website for the purposes of requesting alerts or other news notification services, submitting voluntary survey responses, responding to or making inquiries regarding Doyenne events, requesting information regarding Doyenne or legal or other services offered by Doyenne, and inquiring about employment opportunities. You agree to cease sending email to any Doyenne address upon Doyenne’s request.
5.4 No Warranties. The Doyenne website is provided to you "as is." Your access and use of the Doyenne website is at your own risk. To the extent permitted by the law and rules of professional responsibility in the applicable jurisdiction, Doyenne disclaims all conditions, representations and warranties, express, implied, statutory or otherwise, including any warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title, accuracy of informational content, system integration, non-infringement of third party rights, quiet enjoyment, and uninterrupted or error free operation.
5.5 Disclaimer of Liability. To the extent permitted by the law and rules of professional responsibility in the applicable jurisdiction, Doyenne disclaims liability for any lost profits or income, lost business, or lost data, or for any consequential, indirect, exemplary, punitive, special, or incidental damages arising from or relating to the Doyenne website.
5.6 Third Party Information. Doyenne may hyperlink to or otherwise make third party information available on the Doyenne website. This is done solely for the purposes of convenience. Doyenne does not endorse or approve of any such third-party information or such third parties.
5.7 Applicable Law; Venue. Doyenne operates the Doyenne website from its office in California and makes no representations that materials in the Doyenne website are appropriate or available for use in other locations. The display of the Doyenne website alone does not subject Doyenne to any specific jurisdiction. You agree that any dispute arising out of or in connection with the Doyenne website or these terms and conditions will be governed by the laws of the State of California without reference to conflict of laws principles that would require the application of the laws of any other jurisdiction, and you submit to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue of the state and federal courts located in San Mateo County, California.