Legal Notices

This website has been prepared by Crupi Law for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. The information in this website is not provided on the basis of a lawyer-and-client relationship and is not intended to substitute for legal advice from a lawyer licensed in your jurisdiction.

Nothing in this website is to be considered as either creating a lawyer-and- client relationship between the reader and Crupi Law or as rendering legal advice for any specific or general matter. Readers are responsible for obtaining legal advice from their own legal counsel.

No client of Crupi Law or other reader should act or not act on the basis of any information contained in this website or through links in this website without seeking appropriate legal or other professional advice.

In addition, the information contained in this website is provided only as general information, which may or may not reflect the most current legal developments. This website occasionally contains links to other web pages. These links do not constitute referrals or endorsements of the linked entities or linked websites. Crupi Law specifically disclaims any responsibility for positions taken or steps taken by users of this website in their individual cases or for any misunderstanding on the part of users of this website or any linked websites.

The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.

E-mail Disclaimer

If you have received an e-mail from Crupi Law, the e-mail message and all attachments transmitted with it are intended solely for the use of the addressee and may contain legally privileged and confidential information. If you, the reader of the message, are not the intended recipient, or an employee or agent responsible for delivering the message to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution, copying, or other use of the message or its attachments is strictly prohibited. If you have received a message in error, please notify the sender immediately by replying to the message and please delete the message from your computer.

Personal Information and Crupi Law’s Privacy Policy:

Canadian privacy legislation defines “Personal Information” to include all information about an identifiable individual or as information that allows an individual to be identified. The type of information that Crupi Law may collect may include your name, home address, telephone number, personal e-mail address, billing and account information, information about your legal issues and other information necessary to provide you with legal advice and services. This type of information may be very broad and involve all aspects of your dealings. It may include Personal Information about family members, witnesses, partners, investors, principals, beneficiaries, directors, officers, employees, adverse parties, parties-in- interest, investigators, decision-makers, experts, other professional advisors, business partners, shareholders, competitors and customers.

If you submit Personal Information to Crupi Law, or its service providers or agents, you are agreeing that Crupi Law, its service providers or agents, may collect, use or disclose such Personal Information in accordance with Crupi Law’s Privacy Policy and as required by law. By providing us with your Personal Information, you consent to the collection, use and disclosure of Personal Information as described in this Privacy Policy.

If you refuse or withdraw your consent for such disclosure of Personal Information Crupi Law may not be able to provide you, or continue to provide you, with certain services or information.

If you provide Crupi Law or its service providers or agents with Personal Information of another individual, you represent that you have all necessary authority and/or have obtained all necessary consents from such person to enable Crupi Law, or its service providers or agents, to collect, use and disclose such Personal Information for the purposes set forth in this Privacy Policy.

Crupi Law collects and uses personal information: (1) to determine whether we can act for you, including to identify conflicts of interest; (2) to offer and provide legal services to you and to communicate with you about our firm and our services; (3) to administer our client records and to bill for our services; (4) to fulfill our legal and professional obligations; (5) to correspond with you; and (5) as permitted or required by law, or for purposes for which you otherwise provide your consent.

To provide legal services, Crupi Law may sometimes disclose Personal Information to third parties, including foreign agents and government or regulatory agencies when necessary to do so to provide legal services to you. In addition, we may also do so in order to assist in evaluating your creditworthiness or to collect debts outstanding on an account. By providing Personal Information to Crupi Law you are consenting to such use and disclosure.

Crupi Law is committed to maintaining the accuracy, security and privacy of Personal Information in accordance with applicable legislation. Crupi Law’s Privacy Policy is a statement of principles and guidelines concerning the protection of Personal Information of our clients, service providers and other individuals.

Please note that if you reply to a Crupi Law address in one of our marketing e-mails, the communication you send to us will not create a lawyer-client relationship with Crupi Law. Do not send us any information that you or anyone else considers to be confidential or secret unless we have first agreed to be your lawyers in that matter. Any information you send us before we agree to be your lawyers cannot be protected from disclosure.

Crupi Law is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of websites that are linked to this website.

Crupi Law reserves the right to modify or supplement this Privacy Policy at any time.