Terms & Conditions 2017-09-04T14:37:39+00:00

Terms & Conditions

The purpose of this website is to provide general information about our firm and the services we offer.  Use of the website does not create an attorney-client relationship.  Communications with us through the website are preliminary inquiries for the purpose of potentially forming an attorney-client relationship, to the extent they are actually transmitted and received.  Accordingly, such communications may be privileged or otherwise subject to non-disclosure, but they confer no rights on the person transmitting them.  For example, do not rely on the email form or a phone message to save you from the statute of limitations in your case.  Also, do not send confidential or privileged details of your case via email without first being invited to do so; this is to ensure there is no conflict between you and an existing client.  Only after a conflict check is performed should you feel free to discuss the specific details of your case with us.

Although the information on the website is generally accurate, and every effort has been made to ensure its accuracy, the website is nevertheless offered “as is” in an effort to inform potential clients as well as opposing counsel and opposing parties of our qualifications and experience.  We shall have no liability of any kind for a person’s reliance on the statements made on the website, to the extent permitted by law.

The material on the website, including images, is copyrighted and may not be reproduced in any fashion without the written consent of Watters & Guèdenet.  The attorney designated as responsible for the website is Andrew G. Watters.

Email attachments are limited to 25 MB total per email.  Please ask before transmitting more than 25 MB of material via email.

Privacy Policy

All information transmitted by you to us through the website is deemed confidential, but will be produced in any subsequent litigation pursuant to applicable law.  Otherwise, we do not produce, sell, use, or otherwise disseminate your information.