Terms and Conditions Regarding E-mail

Blakeley LLP has established the following terms and conditions, which are applicable to all e-mail transmissions that are generated, in whole or in part, from the domain blakeleyllp.com, including content that may have been generated in whole or in part from other e-mail domains (all such e-mail is referred to as "B&B E-mail"). For further information please contact Blakeley LLP.

B&B E-mail may include content, whether in the body of an e-mail or in an attachment, that is intended to be confidential, subject to the attorney-client privilege, or otherwise protected under applicable law. Delivery of confidential material by e-mail not does not diminish the confidential, privileged or otherwise protected nature of such material.

B&B E-mail may be inadvertently disclosed to unintended recipients. This can occur by, for example, putting the wrong address on an e-mail or by mistakenly including persons on a transmission (e.g., erroneously replying to all addressees). Thus, receipt by any person of a B&B E-mail does not necessarily indicate that such person is an intended recipient. Disclosure of protected, privileged or other confidential material to unintended recipients does not alter B&Bís intent that the protected, confidential or privileged nature of such material be preserved. All persons who believe that they have erroneously received any B&B E-mail are requested to delete such e-mail, including any attachments.

Various employees of B&B have access to the firm's e-mail system and are able to use the e-mail system for non-business, personal use. Any such non-business, personal use is solely the responsibility of the sender, and none of the content of any such e-mail is to be attributed to B&B.

Only persons who are direct addressees of B&B E-mail and who have established a client relationship with B&B are entitled to rely on the content of any B&B E-mail, including attachments. Client relationships are established only by an engagement letter or by other express agreement executed or acknowledged by a principal of B&B.

Unless expressly stated otherwise, it is B&B's policy not to render any legal opinions except in the form of a formal written opinion letter by a principal of B&B who has obtained the requisite internal approvals to render an opinion. No person, therefore, should interpret any B&B E-mail as a legal opinion.

Unless otherwise expressly stated, B&B generally does not have the authority to bind its clients to any offers, acceptances, agreements, contracts or other obligations. Therefore, all B&B E-mail that contains proposals, draft documents or instruments, or offers or acceptances made on behalf of an B&B client, are subject to the further approval of that client, in accordance with that client's particular procedures and applicable law.

B&B is unable to control revisions or modifications to the content of any B&B E-mail, including any attachment, after such material has been received by any person. Therefore, no one who receives an e-mail purportedly from B&B should rely on the authenticity or completeness of that e-mail, unless it is received directly from B&B. No person is entitled to copy, forward or otherwise re-use any material contained in any B&B E-mail, without B&B's express written permission.

Attachments to B&B E-mail may contain "viruses," "worms" or other computer code that may be harmful to computer systems of recipients. B&B takes measures to prevent such malicious code from being distributed via B&B E-mail, but these measures cannot be relied on to be 100 percent effective. B&B disclaims any responsibility for any damages that may result from any such malicious code that is unintentionally contained in any B&B E-mail.

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