Privacy Policy

Effective April 1, 2002

No Attorney-Client Relationship Is Created. This Web site and your technical ability to contact us through it does not create any attorney-client relationship between you and our firm. Unless you already are a client of our firm, please do not send any privileged or other confidential information to us by email. Instead, please call us.

Our Privacy Policy. We do not collect any information electronically via this Web site that identifies you personally. If you send an email to us, we may use the information contained in that email as you intend and, if you are not a client of our firm, as permitted by law. This Web site does not use cookies. We keep all attorney-client privileged material we receive from our clients in confidence and disclose it only when compelled by law to do so.

Changes to These Terms. We may modify and supplement these terms of use and privacy policy (collectively, the "Terms") in the future. If we do so, we will do so by posting the new Terms on this Web site and by indicating the date of the revision. We will provide notice of any change in our Terms that is adverse to your interests by notifying all surfers on the top page of our Web site. Any changes in these Terms take effect on the date we post the revised Terms.

Mandatory And Sole Venue For Disputes; Applicable Law. You agree that all disputes (whether based upon contract, tort or a statute) arising from or relating to this Web site may be litigated only in either the Circuit Court for the City of Richmond, Virginia, or in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division. You also agree that Virginia law, without regard to its conflicts of laws rules, shall govern all disputes arising from or related to this Web site.