THE INFORMATION SET OUT IN THIS TERMS & CONDITIONS PAGE GOVERNS ALL USE OF THIS WEBSITE
All information contained on this Website is provided for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Moreover, the information provided through this Website is not intended for users outside of the jurisdiction in which Oberheiden & McMurrey, LLP (the “Firm”) or its attorneys are licensed to practice law. Specifically, the Firm’s attorneys are licensed to practice law solely in the jurisdictions listed in their respective biographies.
No Attorney-Client Relationship Formed
The Firm provides this Website’s contents for general information purposes only. Accordingly, the Firm’s provision of information may not be understood by anyone to constitute or contain legal advice, legal opinions or any other form of advice regarding any fact or circumstance.
Any transmission or receipt of information either from a user of the Website or a Firm representative shall never form an attorney-client relationship. Indeed, use of the Website’s information, or the transmission of information through the Website, may not be understood by anyone to constitute a reasonable basis for a belief that such action or use creates an attorney-client relationship.
Accordingly, accessing or viewing any material in this Website — or regarding any email or other electronic communication sent to the Firm or any of its attorneys through this Website — does not create an attorney-client relationship. Moreover, as further specified below, while this Website may allow for communication with the Firm or its attorneys, any messages sent or received via this Website may not be regarded or treated as confidential or privileged.
No Solicitation of Employment
The Website does not constitute a solicitation of employment for legal services. The engagement of an attorney is an important consideration that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Nonetheless, this Website is not intended for use regarding any legal matter arising outside of the jurisdictions in which the Firm and its attorneys are licensed to practice law. The attorney responsible for this Website’s content is Nick Oberheiden (for the states of New York and Washington D.C.) and Pascual C. Meyer (for the state of Texas). Currently, Nick Oberheiden’s practice is limited to federal law only.
Transmission of Information
If you would like the Firm to represent your interests, please call the Firm at 202-810-LAW1.
Because any representation requires that no conflict of interest exist with the Firm’s present or past clients, the Firm is required to — before proceeding with any representation — conduct a conflict of interest analysis. As such, any Website user must refrain from providing the Firm with any information relating to any matter without first communicating with a Firm attorney and confirming that the Firm will able to accept an engagement (a “Conflicts Confirmation”). Any acceptance of an engagement by the Firm shall always be solely at the Firm’s discretion.
If any email or communication is forwarded to the Firm containing information in any form — before a Conflicts Confirmation and an appropriate engagement are completed — the Firm and person or entity communicating such information may lose the ability to treat such information as privileged or confidential. The Firm does not guarantee that any communication through this Website will be responded to, such response being at the sole discretion of the Firm or its attorneys.
Limitation of Liability
The Firm makes no warranty or representation of any kind with respect to the Website’s content. This disclaimer includes, but is not limited to, the Website’s accuracy, completeness, or suitability for any purpose. While the Firm will undertake reasonable efforts to maintain the Website’s materials current, the Firm states that laws, regulations and other information may change which change may not be reflected on the Website. Accordingly, the Website’s users may not rely or act upon any Website information without seeking professional counsel.
Under no circumstance shall the Firm’s owners or representatives be liable to anyone for damages related in any way to the access or use of Website’s content. Any Website user shall defend, indemnify and hold the Firm (and its attorneys and representatives) harmless from all claims, damages, costs and expenses resulting from user’s failure to comply these Terms and Conditions.
Moreover, any articles and other publications found on this Website are current as of their date of publication but in no case may be relied on to necessarily reflect present law or regulations.
Links or References
This Website provides certain links to third-party websites (“Links”). Such links are set out for convenience only and do not constitute: (i) an endorsement by the Firm of any third party, or (ii) a guarantee regarding the quality, accuracy or fitness of any such website. Accordingly, to the extent that the Website contains references or Links, the Firm explicitly disclaims any relationship, endorsement, or approval of such Links and further disclaims the content of, or reliance by any person of, the information contained therein. A user’s visit to any Link shall be at the user’s own risk and such use shall further be subject to such Link’s relevant terms or conditions.
Limitations on Use and Disclaimers
The Firm prohibits anyone from copying or utilizing the Website’s materials. All written material, images and video on this Website is protected by copyright and trademark laws — such content is intended for personal use only, and may not be modified, reproduced, distributed, or posted in any form without the Firm’s written consent. Nonetheless, the Firm expressly disclaims all liability with respect to any action taken or not taken based upon any information provided in this Website. Moreover, the email addresses associated with the Website shall not be used to submit commercial material. Finally, the Firm disclaims all damages from any person’s unlawful action or use related to the Firm’s website.
New York and Texas State Bar
Under the New York Rules of Professional Conduct, portions of this web site may contain material constituting attorney advertising. In accordance with Rule 2-101(e)(3) of the New York Code of Professional Responsibility, Website users are advised that prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. Moreover, unless otherwise indicated in individual attorney biographies, the Firm’s lawyers are not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
If you provide the Firm with personal information, whether through a form on the Firm’s Website or by e-mail, the Firm may utilize such information to contact you or to forward to you additional information. While the Firm will not sell personally identifiable information provided by a user to an unrelated third party, the Firm may share it with related entities or otherwise disclose such information as the Firm may be legally required. Nonetheless, although the Website has implemented security measures the Firm believes to be adequate to protect a user’s personal identifying information, the Firm does not guarantee that such security precautions will protect against inadvertent or other disclosure. As such, the Firm expressly disclaims any liability for any loss, misuse, or alteration of a user’s information or from a user’s access to or utilization of the Website’s information.
If you do not want the Firm to contact you or if you desire that the Firm discontinue any use of, or correct, information that you have provided to the Firm, please contact us at privacy[at]federal-lawyer[dot]com.
Copyright Protection & Enforcement
The entire contents of this site are protected under copyright © 2015. The Firm retains all copyright rights to the Website’s materials. The Website’s material may only be used for personal informational purposes. Any non-informational use of the Website’s materials is strictly prohibited without the Firm’s written consent.