The Calcagni & Kanefsky LLP (“the Firm”) website follows a prescribed policy for privacy.  The only instance in which the Firm requests personal information of its users via the website is its invitation to seek additional information about the Firm’s services.  Calcagni & Kanefsky will use the identifying information you provide only for this specific purpose.  The information you provide for this purpose will be kept confidential.

The Firm’s website does not use “cookies.”  However, if you are concerned about the use of cookies, you should periodically check back on this Disclaimer, to verify that the Firm’s website has not changed.

You may be able to access other websites from links in the Firm’s website.  Those outside websites maintain their own policies with respect to privacy, and are not covered by the Firm’s policy.


The Firm’s website is intended to supply general information to the public.  It is not intended to constitute legal advice, and does not constitute legal advice.  It does not create an attorney/client relationship.  The information provided on the Firm’s website does not constitute a legal opinion.  You should not act or fail to act based on the content of this website without seeking professional legal advice.

While the Firm attempts to post accurate information, it cannot guarantee that all of the information on its website is accurate.  The Firm assumes no liability for errors or omissions on this website.  The Firm will change and update the content of its website on a regular basis.  No information on this website about current or past events should be construed as a prediction about future results, for prior results are not a guarantee of future performance.  Should you require legal advice, you should seek the assistance of counsel.

While you may be able to access other websites from links in the Firm’s website, the Firm is not responsible for the content of those sites.

If you communicate with the Firm by e-mail but you are not a client of the Firm, the correspondence will not be considered privileged or confidential.

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