Rogahn Jones LLC (“we” or “us”) presents the information in this website as a service to our friends, clients, and the community at large. To the extent this website contains articles and information describing legal issues, the information is neither legal nor tax advice, nor is the information necessarily current. Further, that information may not be applicable to your particular legal situation and may not reflect recent developments in the law. You should consult an attorney before relying on any of the information contained in this website.
Although we would welcome an opportunity to serve you, viewing this website does not create an attorney-client relationship between us. If you would like to consult with us, please feel free to reach us by email or telephone. But please understand that sending an e-mail to one of our attorneys does not create an attorney-client relationship between us. Unless you are already one of our clients, your e-mail will not be privileged and may not be considered confidential. If you are not currently our client, we cannot represent you until we have determined that no conflicts of interest exist and you have signed an engagement letter making us your counsel. So please do not send us any information regarding your legal matter until we have both signed an engagement letter.
From time to time we may revise this policy to reflect changes in the law, technology, or our policy with respect to the collection of personal information. Please check this policy periodically. There are two ways that we may collect personal information from visitors to our website: We may collect and store general information regarding the use of this website by visitors, and we may collect personal information when a visitor submits such information in the manner described below. During your use of this website, you may elect to receive newsletters and reports or submit your information to request information about our firm and services. The voluntary registration procedure requires your email address, and also allows you to submit other personal information such as your full name, company name, mailing address and/or telephone number if you choose to do so. We may also install “cookies” on your computer, which are small segments of computer code enabling us to enhance your convenience in using the site or to hold information that would otherwise need to be re-applied. If you do not want to accept cookies from our Web site, you may configure your Web browser so that it does not accept cookies; however, certain functions available on the Web site may be lost. We also use software to compile general information about visitors to our site such as the number of users, their domain name and use of this website.
Use of Personal Information
We use the personal information described above to gather general information regarding the use of our website by visitors and to periodically send information to those visitors who subscribe to receive such information. Rogahn Jones, LLC will not disclose your personal information to any other party, except (a) as we may be compelled to do so by law or (b) to an entity which acquires or merges with us.
We maintain reasonable technical and organizational security measures to protect the loss, misuse or alteration of information under our control; however, we cannot guarantee that unauthorized parties will never be able to defeat those security measures or use your personal information for improper purposes.
This website is not intended to be advertising and the information in this website is provided as a service in order to educate our clients and the public in general. We do not seek to represent anyone who seeks representation based upon viewing this website in any state or jurisdiction where this website fails to comply with any applicable laws and ethical rules.
If you have any questions regarding this policy or if you wish to opt out of receiving our communications, please feel free to contact us.