allinlawfirm.ca and the trade name “All In Business Law”, are owned by David G. van Moorsel Professional Corporation (“DVMPC”), an Alberta professional corporation owned by David van Moorsel, a business lawyer and registered trademark agent.
No Solicitor-Client Relationship
Your access to and use of the Website, including but not limited to any forms, contact information, links, or other features of the Website, does not result in the creation of a solicitor-client relationship, fiduciary relationship, or other professional-client relationship between you and DVMPC, or any of its lawyers, partners, employees or consultants. No solicitor-client relationship will be created until DVMPC, or any of its lawyers have agreed to represent you. That means entering into a formal retainer agreement. Mere confirmation that your form has been submitted or received is not sufficient for these purposes, as your form first needs to be reviewed and our system needs to be searched for potential conflicts of interest that may prevent us from representing you.
Limitations on Legal Advice Provided
As lawyers registered to practice law in the Province of Alberta, our legal advice is limited to the laws of the Province of Alberta, and the federal laws of Canada. We cannot and will not provide legal advice with respect to the laws of other provinces or jurisdictions.
Referrals and Referral Fees
Our law firm provides a limited set of services. There may be circumstances where we are unable to handle your file, such as the matter being outside of the scope of our normal practice, or due to the number of files we are already working on. In such situations, we may refer you to another lawyer who we hope can assist. In some cases, we may receive a referral fee from the lawyer to whom your file is referred. In other cases, we may pay a referral fee to a lawyer or law firm that sends work our way. In either situation, the referral fee is subject to the Law Society of Alberta’s Code of Professional Conduct, which states that the payment of referral fees shall not result in an increase to the legal fees charged to the client. The referral fee is merely an incentive for us (or another lawyer) to help you find alternative legal counsel and to account for the time required to do so. By using this website and contacting us about your matter, you acknowledge and consent to the payment and receipt of such referral fees.
Communication Through the Website
If you are not a current client of DVMPC and you choose to communicate with us through the Website, such communication is not confidential and is not covered by solicitor-client privilege or any other form of privilege. Although we take reasonable precautions to protect information submitted through the Website secure, communication and contact features of this Website may not be 100% secure, and the confidentiality and security of such communications cannot be guaranteed. As such, we ask that you not communicate any highly confidential information to us unless you have formally retained the services of DVMPC, and in any event, that you do not use the forms contained on the Website for the transmission of highly confidential or sensitive information. You should not send confidential or sensitive information by the Internet or e-mail unless you take appropriate precautions, such as the use of encryption.
Content does not Constitute Legal Advice
The content, information and features available through the Website, blogs or other material accessible through the Website (the “Content”) does not constitute legal or other professional advice. You should seek appropriate, qualified professional advice before acting or omitting to act based upon any information provided on or through the Website. This includes but is not limited to obtaining advice from an accountant or financial advisor with respect to any tax, accounting and financial decisions.
Acceptable use of this website
By accessing the Website, you agree that you will not:
- use the Website in violation of any law, rule or regulation;
- interfere with or disrupt the Website or any of our computer systems, servers, networks, databases, software, hardware or equipment used by or for the Website;
- interfere with the use or enjoyment of the Website by others;
- introduce code which is disruptive or harmful;
- attempt to gain unauthorized access to our computer systems, servers, networks, databases, software, hardware or equipment, including to: user-restricted areas of the Website; logins and passwords of others; or personal information and personal accounts of others.
Currency of Content
The Content is current as of the date of publication, however, laws change and therefore the Content may not be accurate as of the date that you access the same. It may also not be suitable for every jurisdiction or circumstance. Accordingly, we strongly recommend that you speak with a lawyer before taking any act, or omitting to take any act, on the basis of any information contained on the Website.
Links to Third Party Websites and Services
The Website may contain links to other Websites or the services of third parties. When you click on one of those links you are contacting another Website or service provider that may collect information about you voluntarily or through cookies or other technologies. DVMPC has no responsibility or liability for or control over those other Websites or service providers or their collection, use and disclosure of your personal information.
allincorporated and the allincorporated.ca logo displayed within the Website are trademarks owned by DVMPC. Other trademarks displayed on the Website are owned and licensed to DVMPC by third parties. Nothing contained on the Website gives you the right or license to copy or otherwise use any trademark displayed on the Website without the express permission of the owner(s) thereof.
Unless otherwise indicated, copyright ownership in the Content belongs to DVMPC. You are not permitted to copy, reproduce or distribute any of the Content, other than for the specific purpose of accessing the Website for your own personal viewing purposes. If you would like to link to the Content other than through the social sharing options presented on the Website, you must DVMPC and receive prior written permission.
If any provision of this contract is prohibited, invalid or unenforceable in any jurisdiction, that provision will, as to that jurisdiction, be ineffective to the extent of the prohibition, invalidity or unenforceability without invalidating the remaining provisions of these Terms or affecting the validity or enforceability of that provision or part thereof in any other jurisdiction.
Governing Law and Jurisdiction
The laws of the Province of Alberta and any applicable federal laws of Canada shall govern your use of the Website and the interpretation of these Terms. The courts of the Province of Alberta, sitting at Lethbridge, Alberta, and without regard to their conflict of laws provisions, shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any dispute arising out of your use of the Website. Regardless of your physical location, residence or domicile, you undertake and agree to commence no action nor make any claim of any kind in any jurisdiction other than the courts of the Province of Alberta. You expressly undertake and agree to not commence or pursue any action by way of trial by jury, class action or similar proceeding. Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing in these Terms will prevent DVMPC from seeking injunctive or equitable relief or remedies against you from any court of competent jurisdiction.
DVMPC may assign this agreement or any part thereof, and DVMPC may delegate any of its obligations under these Terms. You may not assign the Terms or any part of them, nor transfer or sub-license your rights under the Terms to any third party.
The Website may be updated from time to time by DVMPC. DVMPC may also terminate or amend these Terms at any time by posting revised Terms on the Website. All users of the Website are bound by these Terms, including any amendments, and should therefore periodically review these Terms and any changes to these requirements. Your continued use of the Website following the posting of any changes constitutes your acceptance of such modifications.
You may contact us concerning any question about the Website or Content by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. We will do our best to address your inquiry promptly.
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