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1.  The information and ideas on this blog are provided as a  public service to the web community and do not constitute solicitation or  provision of legal advice. Since legal advice must be tailored to the specific  circumstances of each case, and laws are frequently changing, nothing on this  blog should be used as a substitute for the advice of competent legal counsel.

2.  If you send an email or other communication to this blog  please do not include any confidential or otherwise sensitive information.  Unsolicited communications do not create an attorney-client relationship and  confidential information included in such communications cannot, as a matter of  law, be protected from disclosure. The publishers of this blog have no duty to keep confidential any information you provide them.

3.  The opinions expressed in this blog do not necessarily  reflect those of Kaplan & Walker LLP, Ethics 360 or of any other organization.

4.  While we will try to provide useful information, we make  no representation about the accuracy or completeness of the information  in or linked to from this blog.

5. This blog may be considered attorney advertising under  the law of various jurisdictions.

6.  The principal  author of this blog, Jeff Kaplan (“Kaplan”) of Kaplan & Walker LLP, will  receive a portion of advertising revenue generated by this blog.

7.  Kaplan is and for many years has been in the business of  providing compliance  and ethics (“C&E”) related legal services, and that experience  will likely inform much of the content of this blog.  In developing topics and selecting guest authors for the blog he will also likely draw upon the various relationships he has formed over the years with organizations and individuals in connection with his C&E work.  He will follow pertinent  FTC guidelines for bloggers and otherwise seek not to let commercial considerations dictate the content of the blog.