ABVIG PRIVACY STATEMENT AND POLICES DISCLAIMER
ONLINE PAYMENT DISCLAIMER
For the convenience of our clients, ABVIG accepts all major credit cards for payment of invoices. To offer this service, we have partnered with Authorize.net, a credit card processing provider designed specifically for ABVIG.
Authorize.net uses strict security protocols to ensure that your credit card transactions are secure. We do not store or see your credit card information.
This online payment service is offered for the convenience of our existing clients only.
Submitting a payment to our office without prior authorization does not create a client relationship, and any payment which cannot be matched with an existing client application will be rejected.
In the Policy, you means you, the user, visitor and client ("You" and "Your"), while We and Us
When you visit our websites, and those of companies that provide services on behalf of ABVIG(the "Websites"), ABVIGand our service providers may collect your IPaddress. We may record what pages you visit and for how long, how you arrived at our site,where approximately you are located (according to IP addresses), what kind of operatingsystem you are on, if you are using a cell phone or tablet to access the site, and what types ofmedia you view on our site.We may collect anonymous statistics about how visitors use our website to better tailor the knowledge information we provide to meet our visitors' needs. We may use this information to manage our website, develop valuable knowledge publications, seminars, and events and to ensure we keep our technology upgraded to sufficiently meet your needs.
VOLUNTARILY PROVIDED PERSONAL INFORMATION
We use forms so you may voluntarily provide us with your personal information. If you provide us with your personal information, we may use your personal information to provide services and to understand how you use our website and online tools. By completing our forms, you provide us with your consent to use the information in this manner. We will use the information for the purposes for which you requested. In some cases, we may provide your information to a third party we engage to assist us in the provision of services to you.
We may have links on our website to other sites and resources that provide information or materials we feel interests you. We are not responsible for the contents or security of those sites or the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information on those sites. We also disclaim any responsibility for the information, or your reliance on the information contained on web pages and sites accessible through external links.
We may collect statistics about how you use our email communication to better tailor the information we provide to your needs. These statistics include when you open our emails, forward them, click through links, and download files. If you use a link in an email from us that directs you to a page on our website, we will be able to associate your email address with that specific visit to our website.
EMAIL AND WAIVER OF CONFIDENTIALITY
Email is an inherently vulnerable form of communication. When information is transmitted by email, it is broken into packets of data that flow between servers over the internet. Technologies exist that allow interested parties to spy, sniff and sort through packets of information transmitted by email without your consent. While ABVIG will make commercially reasonable efforts to maintain the security and confidentiality of information transmitted by email; you waive your expectation of confidentiality on all information transmitted between you, ABVIG and any person or entity delivering services for or on behalf of ABVIG.
WEB SITE DISCLAIMER
The content of this website is for your general information only. Do not use the information on this site as a substitute for competent legal advice from a licensed attorney in your state.
This site does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and us, even if you contact us by phone or e-mail. You may hire us only once you and I agree, typically in writing. Any information you provide until then may not be protected under the attorney-client privilege, meaning you should be cautious not to disclose confidential information.
The Supreme Court of Washington does not recognize certification of specialties in the practice of law and a certificate, award, or recognition is not a requirement to practice law in the state of Washington.
In compliance with IRS Circular 230, we are obliged to inform you of the following:
I do not intend for you to use, and you may not use, any incidental tax advice contained on this site for the purpose of (i) avoiding tax-related penalties under federal, state, or local tax or, or (ii) promoting, marketing, or recommending to another party any transaction or matter addressed on this site.
Our emails point to this page for the required legal disclosures and disclaimers:
This office does not accept the service of pleadings or process service by e-mail or fax except with the express prior permission of the intended recipient.
This email address is not always monitored. If your matter is urgent, please phone our office.
We do not use encrypted email. Messages sent to or from our office via email are not secure.
This message does not provide any legal advice, or imply an attorney-client relationship, and does not contain the signature of the sender or any other party. You are not a client of this law firm unless you have signed an attorney/client agreement for representation on a particular matter.
FOR INTENDED RECIPIENTS ONLY:
If you are not the intended recipient of this email, and receive it instead by obvious mistake, please notify me immediately by reply and then delete the original.
CONFIDENTIAL AND PRIVILEGED; DO NOT DISSEMINATE:
The information in this email and its attachments, if any, may be confidential, and thus protected from compelled disclosure. You should not forward this email or share its attachments without first conferring with us about whether doing so will void this protection.
A rule of the U.S. Treasury Department (Circular 230) requires us to notify you that we neither intend nor may you interpret any advice provided in this message or its attachments as permitting you to avoid penalties imposed under the Internal Revenue Code. Nor may you or anyone else use any advice provided in this message or its attachments addressing Federal tax matters to promote, market, or recommend any entity, investment plan, or arrangement to any taxpayer.