Terms of Use

Becker Harrow LLP Website Terms of Use

(Updated January 2024)

Becker Harrow LLP offers this website subject to the terms and conditions on this page (the "Terms of Use"). By accessing or viewing this website, you agree to be bound by the Terms of Use. Becker Harrow LLP may change the Terms of Use at any time by posting revisions to this page. If you access or view this website after such revisions have been posted, you will be bound by them.


This website does not constitute and should not be considered legal advice. Anyone seeking advice should consult with legal counsel familiar with their particular circumstances. Becker Harrow LLP disclaims all liability in respect of actions taken or not taken based on this website. Becker Harrow also disclaims all representations and warranties, express or implied, and all liability for any errors or omissions in this website.

Referenced Transactions and Entities

Some of the transactions and entities referred to in this website relate to matters that Becker Harrow lawyers handled at other law firms before forming or joining Becker Harrow. We do not claim that any client or other entity endorses Becker Harrow or any of its lawyers, and no such endorsement should be inferred from the reference to an entity in this website


Becker Harrow LLP does not currently collect personally identifiable information at this site except to the extent that your Web browser provides such information to our hosting server, such as the site from which you linked, the identity of your internet service provider, and the type of browser you are using, etc., and except to the extent that you provide such information to us, whether in an e-mail or other communication. This website either now or in the future may use "cookies" (small text files generated by a Web site’s server and placed on a user’s hard drive).

Attorney-Client Relationship

No attorney-client relationship is or shall be considered to be solicited, created, implied or inferred by the existence or use of this website, or by any communication from, to or with Becker Harrow LLP or any of its personnel. An attorney-client relationship with Becker Harrow is created only with our express agreement, as confirmed only by a written engagement letter signed by the firm. Before accepting any representation and establishing an attorney-client relationship, we will need to ensure, among other things, that doing so would not create a conflict of interest or non-compliance with any legal, professional, or ethical obligation, and that there is a full understanding of the terms on which we provide our services and a mutual determination that such representation would be in the prospective client's best interest. 


Anyone communicating with Becker Harrow or any of its personnel is cautioned that we do not consider any communication (whether written, spoken, electronic, or otherwise) to be privileged or confidential (even if specifically designated as such), nor do we undertake to hold in confidence any communication. Accordingly, anyone communicating with us should be careful not to communicate anything which they wish to keep confidential. We shall be free to use and disclose to anyone (including direct competitors and other parties whose interests we know may now or at a later date be adverse) any communication at any time for any purpose without any restriction or liability. Anyone communicating with us or soliciting our services is further cautioned that we may represent a party directly adverse to them either now or at a later date, and that we remain free to do so notwithstanding such communication or solicitation. This provision does not affect our professional responsibilities with respect to attorney-client relationships that have been properly established.


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