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Privacy Policy

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Your privacy is very important to Dean Mead.  Any confidential information you provide to us through this Web Site will remain confidential unless you authorize us to disclose it or unless the law requires or permits us to disclose it.  This Policy is intended to let you to know what information we may collect from you, and how we may use it.  Any use of this Web Site shall be subject to the Terms of Use contained on this Site as set forth below.

Information you choose to provide. You are not required to provide us with any information to use our Site.  However, subject to the Terms of Use, you may choose to provide us with certain information so that you may receive further communications from Dean Mead, such as a newsletter, an announcement of a firm event, or even a return phone call.

Web traffic monitoring. We utilize software that monitors traffic to our Web Site recording such information as visitor’s domain names, browser types, dates and times of access, and similar information.  We do not relate this data to any specific person who browses our Web Site.

Communication from us. If you provide us with your contact information and inform us that you would like to receive materials from Dean Mead, we will provide you with those requested materials.  We may also contact you by mail, e-mail or other means, subject to the Terms of Use applicable to this Web Site.

Terms of Use

Thank you for visiting Dean Mead’s Web Site.  We created this site to provide you with more detailed information about the legal services that we provide to our clients.  It is intended for this purpose only.  None of the information contained in this Web Site is intended to constitute, nor does it constitute, legal advice or the solicitation of a particular prospective client.

Viewing our Web Site is also not intended to and will not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Dean Mead.  An attorney-client relationship cannot be formed with us by merely reading the information on this Web Site.  Client relationships will only be formed by specific and explicit agreements reached with an individual attorney at Dean Mead.  We are not soliciting clients, nor do we propose any type of transaction by providing you with the information on this Web Site.  You should not act or rely on any information contained on this Web Site without first seeking the advice of an attorney.  Your determination of the need for legal services and your choice of a lawyer are extremely important decisions and should not be based solely upon advertisements or self-proclaimed expertise.

Any information that you send to us in an e-mail message might not be considered to be confidential or privileged.  Sending us an e-mail message will also not make you a client of Dean Mead.  If you are interested in having us represent you, please contact one of our attorneys directly; and we will determine whether the matter is one that we are willing or able to accept.  We will not make such a determination solely by e-mail communication.  We reserve the right to decline any representation.  We are also compelled to decline representation if it would create a conflict of interest with any of our firm clients.  You should not provide us with any confidential information — whether by letter, e-mail or telephone — until after we have first had an opportunity to determine whether representing you would create a conflict of interest with any of our other clients.

Dean Mead has endeavored to comply with all legal and ethical requirements in the creation of this Web Site.  We do not want to, and we will not, represent clients based on their review of any portion of this Web Site that may not comply with any applicable legal or ethical requirements.

All materials contained on this Web Site constitute the copyrighted property of Dean Mead unless a separate copyright notice has been placed on the material.  Reproduction, distribution, republication and retransmission of material contained within our Web Site is prohibited unless you have first obtained the prior written permission of Dean Mead.

The law is rapidly changing.  Although we intend the information contained on this Web Site to be useful, we are unable to guarantee that any of the information contained here is correct, complete or up-to-date.

This Web Site may also contain links to Web Sites that have been created or are maintained by others.  We make no warranty, express or implied, about the accuracy or reliability of the information contained on this Web Site or on any other Web Site to which this Site has been linked.  Dean Mead does not necessarily sponsor, endorse, or otherwise approve of the materials appearing in such sites.  Links to other sites are not intended to state or imply that Dean Mead sponsors or that it is affiliated or associated in any way with the information found at those other Web Sites.  Furthermore, the opinions expressed in materials contained on this Web Site are solely the opinions of the individual author(s) and may not reflect the opinions of Dean Mead or any of its shareholders or employees.

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