Terms and conditions
By using Kasprzyk Yellareddigari LLC’s (“KY Law”) website you consent to the collection, use, storage, transmission and disclosure of your personal information in accordance with this KY Law terms and (the "Policy"). Further, by using KY Law’s website you agree to all of the terms listed below. In the Policy, You means you, the user, visitor and client ("You" and "Your"), while We and Us means KY Law.
The materials located on KY Law’s website are for general informational purposes only and shall neither constitute legal advice nor an agreement for legal services. It is the goal of this website to provide accurate information, but since laws change frequently and may become out of date, KY Law cannot guarantee that the information provided herein is accurate or appropriate for an individual's specific situation. Any visitors to this website should, therefore, obtain professional advice from licensed legal counsel in his/her state before acting on any of the information contained in this website.
Under no circumstances does the use of KY Law’s website establish or create, directly or indirectly, an attorney-client relationship between you and KY Law. KY Law and its attorneys are available for consultation regarding legal matters; however, the act of sending electronic mail or making an online contact, asking a question, and/or scheduling a consultation does not create an attorney-client relationship. KY Law is under no obligation to respond to your messages, and if such response is given, that alone does not create an attorney-client relationship. The attorney-client privilege will not protect your message, as you do not have an attorney-client relationship with the firm solely as a result of your initial inquiry. If KY Law and you agree to enter into an attorney-client relationship, you will be required to sign a written agreement letter which KY Law will provide to you. The engagement letter will describe the matter upon which you initially engage KY Law. You will be charged for professional services and advice pursuant to the Retainer/Fee Agreement.
When you visit KY Law website, KY Law and our service providers may collect your IP address. We, including KY Law, its service providers and vendors, 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 operating system you are on, if you are using a cell phone or tablet to access the site, and what types of media 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 are keeping our technology upgraded to sufficiently meet your needs. We may further use this information to develop and implement marketing initiatives, programs and materials.
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 do not sell your information to any third-party entities/individuals for any commercial purposes unless specifically required by law.
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 communicate with you regarding our services, publications and events in various ways, including by email. If you received an email from us, your email address is either listed with us as someone who has expressly shared this address for the purpose of receiving information in the future or you have an existing relationship with us. We respect your time and want to ensure we only send information to you that you will find valuable. We will always permit you to unsubscribe or opt-out of receiving these emails.
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 KY Law will make commercially reasonable efforts to maintain the security and confidentiality of information transmitted by email, you waive your expectation of confidentiality on any and all information transmitted between you, KY Law and any person or entity delivering services for or on behalf of KY Law. We recommend all clients to use secured emails and or My Case messaging for confidential information transmissions.
LOCATION AND TRANSMISSION OF DATA
You consent to your personal information and any related data collected by KY Law and any person or entity delivering services on behalf of KY Law being stored, duplicated or located on servers located outside of the United States of America. You also consent to your personal information and any related data being transmitted outside of United States of America, even when transmitted between destinations located within the Unites States of America. Personal information and data located or transmitted outside of United States of America will be subject to the laws of other jurisdictions.
CONSENT AND OPTING OUT
If you provide us with your personal information for the purposes of receiving emails, opening a file or receiving legal services, you have "opted-in" to our communications and accepted the terms of this Policy.
If we send you an announcement, invitation, message or service related email and you do not "opt-out" of receiving emails or the specific type of communication, including commercial electronic message, you are deemed to have accepted and consented to this Policy. You may opt-out of receiving commercial electronic messages by using the unsubscribe mechanism included in the email or by informing KY Law directly.
If you are a client or prospective client of KY Law, you may opt out of and decline your acceptance of this Policy by delivering written notice of your intent to opt-out and decline the Policy to KY Law. If you opt-out and decline your acceptance of this Policy, KY Law may, at its sole discretion, end any attorney-client relationship that may exist between You and KY Law or change the fee or quote to reflect the additional costs incurred by KY Law in delivering services using alternate terms, policies or service providers.
Any opt out request from this Policy shall be made in writing to Kasprzyk Yellareddigari LLC, 14 Farber Rd, Princeton, NJ 08540.
KY Law’s website may be considered an attorney advertisement. The facts and the circumstances of each case are different and results may not be typical. Past results are not a guarantee of future outcomes.
JURISDICTION AND GOVERNING LAW
This Policy and the rights and obligations of the parties hereunder shall be construed in accordance with and governed by the laws of the State of New Jersey, without giving effect to the conflict of law principles thereof.
Any legal action or proceeding with respect to this Policy shall be brought in the courts of the State of New Jersey or of the United States of America for the District of New Jersey. By consenting to this Policy, you accept for yourself and in respect of your property, generally and unconditionally, the jurisdiction of the aforesaid courts.