This is a law office. The matters that you bring to this law office
are often highly sensitive. In order to properly represent you, it is
very important that you feel free to fully discuss all aspects of your
matter with us. Accordingly, all discussions with us will be held in
strictest confidence. Knowing this should help you feel comfortable
in providing full disclosure of information.
The rules of professional conduct for attorneys provide that a lawyer
shall not reveal information relating to representation of a client unless
the client consents after consultation. This rule applies not only to
all of the lawyers in this office but also to law office employees and
specialists retained by or associated with a lawyer.
Everyone who works at this office has been trained in the requirements
of confidentiality. It is the policy of this office that any
disclosure of information relating to a client or a case to anyone not
employed by the firm, without express authority from the responsible
attorney or client, is prohibited.
Everyone who works at this office realizes the importance of
confidentiality. The relationship between attorney and client is
founded on trust and confidence. It is our duty to preserve client
Confidentiality is a priority in this office. Specific procedures
have been instituted in this office to safeguard this client
confidentiality. We hope that you will understand that, as a result
of these procedures, there are certain questions we may not be able to
answer and certain offices you may not be allowed to enter. This
office respects the sensitive and confidential nature of the
attorney/client privilege. This is a commitment that we make to you
as our client.
The Internet is not a confidential way to transmit
messages. It is possible for people to intercept and read email
messages. While we welcome your communication, you should be aware
that Internet email may not preserve the confidence that you expect when
you deal with a lawyer. If the matter needs confidentiality then we
strongly urge you to call or write us rather than use email.