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TO OUR CLIENTS: If you communicate with us by email in connection with a matter for which we already represent you, you should note that the security of Internet email is uncertain. By sending sensitive or confidential email messages that are not encrypted, you accept the risks of such uncertainty and possible lack of confidentiality. If you have questions about a particular matter, you can send a message to the attorney with whom you are working. The attorneys are listed on the “Attorney Profiles” page. However, do not use Internet E-mail for urgent matters. For these matters please call or fax the attorney you are working with.
PLEASE NOTE that all incoming e-mails will be automatically scanned by us and by an external service provider to eliminate unsolicited promotional e-mails (“spam”). This could result in deletion of a legitimate e-mail before it is read by its intended recipient at our firm. Please tell us if you have concerns about this automatic filtering or if our filters are not accepting your e-mails.
Many of our lawyers tend to limit their practice to certain areas of the law. Except where specifically noted, none is certified by the State of California as a specialist in any area of practice.