Terms of Use of this Website

  1. This Agreement. This “Agreement” means the following provisions, using the definitions contained elsewhere in this Website.

  2. Use of This Website Constitutes Acceptance. This Agreement constitutes a binding and enforceable agreement between you and this Firm. By using this Website, you acknowledge and agree that you have fully read, and agree to be bound by, the provisions of this Agreement and the Disclaimer and the Privacy Policy contained in this Website. If you do not so agree, then you must immediately stop using this Website.

  3. Employment or Business Use. If and whenever you use this Website in the course of your employment or business (a) you enter into this Agreement both on behalf of yourself personally and on behalf of each person and business entity you thus are employed by or represent; and (b) all references, in this Agreement, to "you" refer to both you as an individual person, and such employer, person or business entity, jointly and severally.

  4. Changes to this Agreement. This Firm may remove, amend or replace any provision of this Agreement, at any time, simply by posting a revised Agreement on this Website.

  5. This Firm’s Intellectual Property. All of the intellectual property (including, without limitation, all content, text, graphics, video and sounds) on this Website, and all computer code associated therewith, are the valuable proprietary property of this Firm, and/or its licensors or contributors, and are subject to copyright, trademark and other intellectual property protection. You acknowledge and agree that this Firm has expended substantial time and effort to create this Website and that this Firm owns, exclusively, or has been licensed by third parties to use and sublicense, all rights, title and interest in such property and all associated information, data, databases, images and other material.

  6. Waiver. This Firm will not be deemed to have waived any breach by you of this Agreement, except by a written waiver specifically addressed to you and specifically granting such waiver to you in the particular instance. No waiver will be construed as a waiver of any related, subsequent or continued breaches.