These terms and conditions contain important information as to your rights and obligations for use of http://www.emmottsnell.co.uk ("the website").
These terms and conditions are valid between Emmott Snell Solicitors and yourself as a user of this website ("the user").
By using the website you agree to be bound by the following terms. If you do not agree to the following then no permission is granted for the use of the website.
The website is supplied free of charge for the purpose of providing online information about Emmott Snell Solicitors and relevant news items to current and prospective clients as well as personal injury law students and practitioners.
The website and its contents may be altered, removed or replaced by Emmott Snell Solicitors at any time without notification. No warranty is given as to the accessibility of the website at any time.
The website is provided for explanatory purposes only and is neither meant as, should be read as or should take the place of, legal advice of any kind.
The website may contain material unsuitable to those under the age of 18 and thus no access rights are granted to anyone under such age.
Any information entered into any Emmott Snell Solicitors form on the website shall be deemed confidential and shall be treated as such in accordance with Emmott Snell Solicitors' standard policy on confidential information at that time. Data from such forms may be stored for the following purposes:
Emmott Snell Solicitors will not be in breach of any obligation to keep any confidential information confidential or not to disclose it to any other party to the extent that it:
For the sake of clarity no information entered in to any comments form on the website shall ever be treated as confidential information.
Emmott Snell Solicitors provides no warranty that the contents of the website are free from viruses, trojans, spyware or any other form of malware. It is the user's responsibility to install and keep updated appropriate malware protection.
Except where expressly stated, the website and all its contents (including but not limited to text, images, source-code, domain and all copyright, patents, designs, know how and trademarks therein) are owned by or otherwise licensed to Emmott Snell Solicitors.
The user grants Emmott Snell Solicitors a non-exclusive, worldwide, irrevocable, royalty-free license to copy, adapt, publish, reproduce, backup, distribute or otherwise use any information entered into any comments box on the website. Such license shall include the right to sub-license. Such license shall impose no obligation upon Emmott Snell Solicitors to publish said comment.
Emmott Snell Solicitors grants no license to reproduce, distribute, modify or otherwise make use of any intellectual property contained within the website except where necessary in the opinion of Emmott Snell Solicitors for use of the website in accordance with these terms and conditions.
Emmott Snell Solicitors gives no representation or warranty to the accuracy of any advice, information or other content upon the website.
Emmott Snell Solicitors further accepts no responsibility for any use which may be made by the user of any of the website, nor for any reliance which may be placed by the user nor any other party on any part of the website or its entirety.
Emmott Snell Solicitors neither endorses nor approves of any links to external sources contained within the website. Emmott Snell Solicitors has no control over and takes no responsibility nor provides any warranty for any external links' functionality and content.
Nothing in this agreement shall limit or exclude liability for:
Subject to the above Emmott Snell Solicitors shall have no liability towards the user for any breach of this agreement, the content of the website (including but not limited to its accuracy and completeness), any negligence or arising in any other way out of the website including but not limited to direct and indirect damages, losses, or any delay, damage to reputation, hardware or software, goodwill, loss of business, anticipated profits, data, loss of disputes, contracts or opportunity whether direct or indirect, even if the user has advised Emmott Snell Solicitors of the possibility of those losses, or if they were within Emmott Snell Solicitor's contemplation.
The express undertakings and warranties in this agreement are in lieu of all other warranties, conditions, terms, undertakings and obligations, whether express or implied by statute, common law, custom, trade usage, course of dealing or in any other way. All of these are excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.