TERMS OF USE

The information and other materials on this website have been prepared by the Duringer Law Group, PLC for general informational and educational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice or a substitute for legal counsel. We assume no responsibility for the accuracy or timeliness of any information provided herein or by any linked site. Information and laws change often and sometimes without adequate notice; the user is strongly advised to verify any information before relying on it. Links to third party websites are neither referrals to, nor endorsements of, any linked sites or entities. Users should not rely on any material provided herein, and are advised to seek the advice of your own independent and competent legal counsel.

This information is not intended to, and shall not be construed to create an attorney-client relationship. Acceptance by the firm of e-mail through this website shall not constitute acceptance of an engagement to provide legal services without an executed written agreement or engagement letter between the Duringer Law Group, PLC and the client.

The Duringer Law Group, PLC practices law exclusively in the State of California. The laws and regulations of individual state jurisdictions, both in the United States and worldwide, from which this website may be accessed may differ from those of the State of California. By accessing this website, you agree and understand that the statutes and laws of the State of California are the only laws that apply to all matters relating to the use of this website.

PRIVACY POLICY

The Duringer Law Group, PLC respects our visitors’ rights to personal privacy. To that end, we collect and use information through our website only as disclosed in this Privacy Policy. This policy applies only to information collected on this website.

You may browse the website anonymously. Any data collected (such as pages accessed, browser type and length of visit) provides usage information only and does not allow us to identify you. Such data is used only in the aggregate to help determine how much the site is accessed and to help us improve our site. The website does not use cookies.

We collect personally identifiable information about you only if you voluntarily provide it to us by choosing to initiate a new case with us using one of our online forms, request information via a contact form, sign up for one of our seminars or purchase a publication online.

The specific types of data collected include: name, address, phone number, fax number and email address. If you are using our online form to start a new case, we also collect company and property name, along with necessary information concerning the case to be opened. Such additional information may or may not identify you personally.

All information collected is used only to communicate with you, respond to your inquiries or register you for a seminar. Information obtained from the new case forms is used to begin the process of starting a new legal matter. We do not share your personally identifiable information with other organizations for any purposes.

The Duringer Law Group, PLC reserves the right to change this privacy policy. Any revisions will be posted on this web site. Your continued use of this web site will be subject to the then current privacy policy.