Disclaimers

Disclaimers

NOTE: Your use of this website (“site”) is subject to the following Terms of Use. Please read them carefully, as they may have changed since your last visit. Your use of this site indicates your acceptance of these terms. IF YOU DO NOT ACCEPT THESE TERMS, THEN DO NOT USE THIS SITE.

THIS SITE DOES NOT CONTAIN LEGAL ADVICE
The information on this website is for general purposes only and should not be interpreted to indicate a certain result will occur in your specific legal situation. Content on this site is not legal advice, is not a substitute for legal advice, and may not reflect the most current legal developments. You should not rely on information on this site as legal advice for any purpose. You should neither act nor refrain from acting on the basis of any information included on this Site. Sperling & Slater expressly disclaims all liability with respect to actions taken or not taken based on any contents of this site.

UNTIL WE BOTH SIGN A WRITTEN AGREEMENT, WE DO NOT REPRESENT YOU AND HAVE NOT AGREED TO DO SO
The information on this website is not legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship. Until you and we both sign a written engagement agreement, we do not represent you and have not agreed to represent you. Viewing this site, contacting us, providing us information and receiving information from us will not, alone, create an attorney-client relationship between you and us.  You should not consider information on this site as an invitation for an attorney-client relationship.

DO NOT SEND US CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
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SPERLING & SLATER LAWYERS DO NOT HOLD THEMSELVES OUT AS “SPECIALISTS”
The Supreme Court of Illinois does not recognize certifications of specialties in the practice of law and the certificate, award or recognition is not a requirement to practice law in Illinois.

ATTORNEY ADVERTISING NOTICE
Portions of the content on this site may be considered attorney advertising under the laws or rules of professional conduct of some states. Determining the need for legal services and choosing a lawyer are important decisions and should not be based solely on this website.  We do not offer or promise case results.  Past success in litigation does not guarantee success in any new or future lawsuit.  Prior results do not guarantee a future outcome. If you have any questions about attorney advertising rules, please contact Dina Rollman, Sperling & Slater, P.C., 55 West Monroe Street, Suite 3200, Chicago, IL 60603; or (312) 641-3200.

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HYPERLINKED INFORMATION DISCLAIMER
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COPYRIGHT NOTICE
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