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The Art Law Firm Terms and Conditions

WELCOME

Welcome to the website of the Art Law Firm. The information on this page governs your use of the Art Law Firm’s web site [the “Site”].  Use of the Site constitutes an acknowledgement that you understand the terms and conditions recited here and that you agree to comply with them. If you are unable to accept and abide by these terms, please do not use this Site or its information.  These terms and conditions may change, from time to time, without notice. Refer to these terms and condition whenever using this Site.

NO ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP FORMED OR CREATED

This Site is provided for informational purposes only and does NOT contain legal advice, legal opinion or any other form of advice, and is not intended to contain any such advice or any purpose.  Nothing in or about this site forms, creates or constitutes an attorney-client relationship with the Art Law Firm or any of its attorneys or consultants, including the preparation, transmission, or receipt of information on this Site. Do not act upon or rely upon any information on this Site without seeking professional counsel.  Do not provide, transmit or submit, any information to the Art Law Firm, or cause to be distributed in any way, any information to the Art Law Firm, without a specific written request from the Art Law Firm.  Any information sent or provided to the Art Law Firm without its written request will be disposed of at its sole and complete discretion.

INQUIRIES ABOUT REPRESENTATION, CONFLICTS OF INTEREST and PRIVILEGE

Contact the Art Law Firm by telephone according to the information provided under “Contact,” if you are interested in obtaining more information about us or retaining the legal services of the Art Law Firm. Communications by e-mail or other electronic transmission regarding your inquiries about the possibility of new representation will not receive responses.    

To protect your interests and those of existing clients, a process must be undertaken to avoid conflicts of interest. You will be asked questions appropriate to an evaluation of conflicts when you communicate by telephone with an attorney at the Art Law Firm.  If you provide information without a specific written request from the Art Law Firm and before the investigation of conflicts and a letter of engagement of legal services, the Art Law Firm may not be able to treat that information as privileged, confidential or protected information. The Art Law Firm can and may represent a party adverse to you even if the information you provided could be used against you in that matter.

LINKS

This Site may lead to other third-party web sites. The Art Law Firm does not have control over those sites or any other sites and is not responsible for their content or your reliance on information contained there.  Links to third party sites do not create an endorsement or approval of those sites or their content.

COPYRIGHT

The Art Law Firm claims a copyright to the materials on this Site, which may not be used without the express written authorization of the Art Law Firms. The Art Law Firm. All rights reserved. Copyright. 2010.

DISCLOSURES AND DISCLAIMERS

This Site is covered under California Rule of Profession Conduct Rule 1-400, which categorizes it as a “communication” made by lawyers at the Art Law Firm who are members of the State Bar of California and addresses professional employment.  In other states, this Site may be deemed an advertisement.  If this Site does not comply with the rules of the state where you reside, disregard its contents and, if you wish, seek information about the services provided from other resources or directly from the Art Law Firm.

PUBLIC PROGRAMS

Public Program - Art Law - Architecture Law - Art Copyright Law

Alexandra Darraby is an educator devoted to sharing knowledge with professionals and cultural groups.

The Art Law Firm is invited regularly in the USA and abroad to address business groups, architects, museums, government agencies, arts organizations, art fairs, scientific bodies, and universities. 

Recent featured programs were held at the LA Art Fair [photo above] and in New York, at the Museum of Art & Design and Fordham Law School.

INTERNATIONAL LAWYER

alexandra darraby of the art law firm

Alexandra Darraby is a recognized innovator in the art world with extensive experience in the international sector. She practiced in a national firm focusing on nonprofits and tax.

She founded the Art Law Firm, an achievement chronicled in a book about successful entrepreneurial women attorneys,THE ROAD TO INDEPENDENCE

Her experience as a gallery owner and dealer, law professor and author informs client strategies.