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The intended readers of this site are  lawyers interested in law and technology.  By using this site, you agree to these terms of use.

This site is for fun, distraction, and perhaps an ounce of education.  Posts may include fleeting opinions, not always serious, and none of this is intended to be legal advice nor a position taken in any proceeding.

It’s not an advertisement.

You and I do not have an attorney-client relationship just because you read content on this website.

Nothing here should be construed as the opinions of any law firm, client, business entity, or anyone else other than perhaps the author — and those opinions may change.

You know not to believe everything you read on the Internet.  In fact, whatever is written here may simply be a passing notion or designed to provoke the exchange of ideas consistent with the blogosphere philosophy.  For that reason, content here should not be confused with any position my clients take in a legal proceeding.  Some ideas don’t age well even though they are well-intended at the time.  That’s the nature of blogging and social media.  In fact, there are some older posts with which I currently disagree but I have left them up just to reflect the changes of the times (likewise, cases get overruled and laws change).  I’m sure there are others which I simply overlooked.  The content here may change without notice and is not guaranteed to be complete, correct, or up to date.  So do your homework.

This site is a hobby for informational purposes only.  By using the site, you agree that the content herein does not constitute legal or other advice.  Did we mention it is also not intended to be an advertisement?  It isn’t.  This blog is not a substitute for obtaining legal advice from a qualified attorney licensed in your area.

Links to external sources are provided solely as a courtesy. We are not responsible for and do not endorse or warrant (in any way) any content, goods, or services available through hyperlinks.  We cannot vouch for the practices — or your privacy — when you visit linked content/websites.