Pragmatica Law LLP Website Terms of Use

Important: Please read these Terms of Use (“Terms”) carefully before accessing this website. 

These Terms create a legal agreement between you (“You” and “Your”) and Pragmatica Law LLP (“Pragmatica”) that governs: (1) the information of Pragmatica (the “Information”) made available through this website; (2) the nature of the relationship between You and Pragmatica; (3) certain other matters of professional responsibility; (4) Pragmatica’s use of Your information gathered by it through this website; and (5) Your use of this website, related systems, and the Information (collectively, the “Site”). By accessing any portion of the Site, You are indicating that You have read and understood, and that You agree to be bound by, these Terms and our Privacy Policy as posted. If You do not agree to these Terms and the Privacy Policy, You are not permitted to access or use the Site.

1. No legal advice

The materials available at this Site are for informational purposes only, and not for the purpose of providing legal advice or to be a substitute for advice from an attorney qualified in a jurisdiction applicable to you. Without limiting the foregoing, the Information on this Site may not reflect recent developments in the law, may not be complete, and may not be accurate in or applicable to Your jurisdiction. Because the Information is general in nature and may not pertain to Your specific circumstances, You should not act or refrain from acting based on any Information without first obtaining advice from professional counsel qualified in the applicable subject matter and jurisdiction(s).

2. No attorney-client relationship 

Pragmatica has a policy of entering into attorney-client relationships with its clients only in accordance with certain procedures, which includes executing an Engagement Letter and addressing professional responsibility conflicts as required by the laws and Rules of Professional Conduct for lawyers in the states in which Pragmatica has attorneys. You agree that Your access of the Site or receipt of the Information, or Your transmission of electronic mail to addresses on the Site, does not create an attorney-client relationship between You and Pragmatica.

3. Other matters of professional responsibility 

Sensitive Communications. You may send us email or other electronic messages. However, if you communicate with us in connection with a matter for which we do not already represent you, you should not send us confidential or sensitive information because your communication will not be treated as privileged or confidential. If you communicate with us electronically in connection with a matter for which we already represent you, you should note that the security of Internet communications is uncertain. By sending sensitive or confidential email or other communications that are not encrypted, you accept the risks of such uncertainty and possible lack of confidentiality over the Internet.

Authorized Jurisdictions; Certifications. While Pragmatica practices law in the jurisdictions in which its attorneys are located, each Pragmatica attorney may not be licensed outside of the state in which he or she practices. Except as specifically stated, each Pragmatica attorney is not certified (including as a specialist) by any professional or government authority. The listing of Pragmatica attorneys in practice groups is not intended to indicate any professional or governmental certification.

Principal Office; Responsible Attorney. Pragmatica’s principal office is its San Francisco, California office. Pragmatica’s responsible attorney for the office is Spencer Raff.

Attorney Advertising. This Site is not intended as an advertisement or solicitation even if certain jurisdiction treat it as such.

4. Privacy With respect to information submitted or collected on the Site, You accept Pragmatica’s Privacy Policy; Pragmatica is not responsible for the privacy practices of, any third-party websites to which the Site hyperlinks.

5. General terms of use

The Site including the Information is protected by United States and international copyright laws. All rights are reserved. Subject to the terms of these Terms, Pragmatica grants to You a limited, nonexclusive, non-transferable, revocable, personal license to access, view, download and print the Information solely for lawful noncommercial and informational purposes. You may not modify the Information in any way, and You may not remove or obscure any copyright or permission notices provided on or in connection with the Information. Pragmatica does not grant to You any rights in its marks. You are free to hyperlink to any page in the publicly available pages of the Site; provided, however, that You agree to remove any such hyperlink upon Pragmatica’s written request.

The Site is provided to you "AS IS." Your access and use of the Site is at Your own risk. To the extent permitted by the law and rules of professional responsibility in the applicable jurisdiction, Pragmatica disclaims all conditions, representations and warranties, express, implied, statutory or otherwise, including any warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title, accuracy of informational content, system integration, non-infringement of third party rights, quiet enjoyment, and uninterrupted or error free operation.

To the extent permitted by the law and rules of professional responsibility in the applicable jurisdiction, Pragmatica disclaims liability for any lost profits or income, lost business, or lost data, or for any consequential, indirect, exemplary, punitive, special, or incidental damages arising from or relating to use of the Site.

Pragmatica may hyperlink to or otherwise make third party information available on the Site. This is done solely for the purposes of convenience. Pragmatica does not endorse or approve of any such third-party information or such third parties.

If You have any questions regarding these Terms, You may contact us at, or write to us at Pragmatica Law LLP, Two Embarcadero Center, 8th FL, San Francisco, CA 94111 U.S.A.