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Knopp and Biggs (herein listed as “the Firm”) is pleased to provide this website as a service to our clients and to the general public. We hope that you will find the material on this site informative and helpful. Please email us with any comments or questions you may have about the Firm or this site at terms use.

While we hope that you find the material provided on and throughout this website useful, please note that the material is for information purposes only, and we make no representations or warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to the information on this website or any third-party website, which may be accessed by a link from this website, including any representations or warranties, as to its accuracy, timeliness or completeness. The Firm is not responsible and does not necessarily endorse any third-party content that may be accessible through this website. The material provided on and through this website does not constitute legal advice on any matter and should not be used as a substitute for seeking professional legal advice. The Firm expressly disclaims all liability that may arise as a result of any action or failure to act in reliance upon information on this website or any third-party website that may be accessible through a link on this website.

Your use of this website does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and the Firm, nor will any information you submit to us via this website or by email constitute an attorney-client communication or otherwise be treated as confidential. We assume no obligation with respect to any information you submit to us prior to the creation of an attorney-client relationship. While we are happy to hear from you by telephone, mail, email or facsimile transmission, we cannot undertake representation of you or any other entity until, among other things, we are assured that doing so will not involve a conflict of interest. We therefore must require you not to send us any confidential information or information about any legal matter that may involve you without first contacting one of our lawyers and receiving a written engagement letter stating that we agree to represent or advise you. Please note that any information you provide to us over the Internet may not be secure, and that information disclosed prior to establishing an attorney-client relationship may not be privileged or confidential. To inquire about legal representation by Addair Thurston Chtd., you may write, email or call the Addair Thurston Chtd. contact person specializing in your area of interest. Alternatively, you may contact our firm at [email protected]. The person you contact will follow the Firm's conflict of interest and client acceptance procedures and, if your matter clears those procedures, will put you in touch with the lawyer best-suited to handle your matter. Once you receive an engagement letter from us, you will be our client.

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