The websites of Bevilacqua PLLC (the “firm”), found at http://bevilacquapllc.com and http://emergingcompanylawyer.com, provide general information about the firm. Although this information may be considered advertising under the rules of some courts, the firm’s sites are not intended to advertise our legal services, to solicit clients, or to provide legal advice. These websites are intended to be communications and not solicitations. Their purpose is to provide information, with the understanding that the information on our sites does not constitute or contain legal advice, and that prior results are no guarantee of similar outcomes. Our legal updates, lawyer publications, and other information may have been abridged from laws, regulations, court decisions, and administrative rulings. They should not be considered legal opinions or a substitute for legal counsel. Our links to outside resources are intended to be current and accurate, but no guarantee of such currency or accuracy is provided.
Louis A. Bevilacqua is admitted to practice law in the jurisdictions of the District of Columbia, New York and Connecticut. To the extent these websites are visible outside of these jurisdictions, the firm has no intent to reach individuals or companies seeking legal representation or counsel for matters which require the admission to practice in any other jurisdiction or the knowledge of the law in any other jurisdiction.
As a service to visitors, the firm houses archived information in some areas of the site, which may be of value for historical or research purposes. This information may not be applicable to your situation, accurate, current or complete. Our website may not always be operational or free of functional defects. We disclaim any liability in connection with any actions taken or not taken based on any of our website’s content.
Neither our presentation of the information on the site nor your receipt of the information creates an attorney-client relationship or imposes any obligation on the firm. No communication sent by you to the firm through these sites or sent to us based upon information received on these sites (including the contact information provided herein) shall establish an attorney-client relationship or an obligation by the firm to keep your communication confidential. Since any such communication may not be secure and is not confidential, please do not send sensitive or confidential information electronically until such time as an attorney-client relationship is actually established.
You may download, print, and copy material on this website for your personal use as long as you do not alter any of the materials and that you ensure that each copy clearly acknowledges Bevilacqua PLLC as the source.
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The firm may revise this policy or any part of it at any time. We suggest you review the policy periodically for changes.
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