Marks & Clerk - Terms & Conditions Agreement
This free Service is provided by Marks & Clerk LLP, a company registered in England and Wales under company number OC343273.
These terms and conditions (along with any documents referred to in them) sets out the terms by which you use our Service. Your use of this Service indicates that you agree to all such terms, conditions and disclaimers. You should make sure you carefully read the relevant terms and conditions before using our Service.
Unless stated otherwise, amendments will be effective at time of posting, but will not affect your rights or obligations in respect of any Service you have purchased previously.
'YOU' means the legal person entering this Agreement (whether an individual, a company or any other legal entity) and includes anyone reasonably appearing to us to be acting with your authority or permission.
'WE/US' means Marks & Clerk LLP whose address is as stated below.
'SERVICE' means the provision of telephone legal advice on a per calls basis on intellectual property issues.
2. The Service
Legal information provided by this Service is according to the law in England and Wales.
(i) You can submit your question at any time, but the Service will be provided between 9 am and 5 pm Monday to Friday and is provided on a call back basis when our team are available.
(ii) Whilst no time limit is set on the duration of a telephone advice call, the Service is nonetheless provided on a reasonable use basis and we reserve the right to limit the length of any advice call which is considered to be excessive.
(iii) The Service is provided by experienced advisers employed by us.
(iv) Due to the complex nature of litigation, it is not possible to provide advice on matters where proceedings have already started in the courts.
(v) If we determine, in our sole discretion, that due to the unusual or complex points of law revealed, the Service is not relevant or appropriate, we will advise you accordingly.
(vi) Information and guidance provided as part of the Service does not create a lawyer-client relationship between You and Us.
3. Disclaimers and Limited Warranty for Service
The provision of the Service will be subject to the conditions described herein and do not affect your statutory rights.
(i) The Service
We accept no responsibility for any information that you provide, including any inaccuracies or any failure by you to provide necessary and relevant information required in connection with your request for the Service and all guidance and information rendered can only be based upon information disclosed by you.
(ii) After Sales Service
If you have any queries relating to Service provided, you may contact us on 020 7420 0099 or email us at [email protected]
(iii) Exclusion of Liability
We will not be liable to you in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise for any indirect, consequential, special or incidental damage or loss arising from the Service including (without limitation) loss of business or profits or anticipated savings.
Nothing in this Agreement shall limit or exclude a party's liability for death or personal injury caused by negligence, or fraud.
(iv) Limited Warranty
Subject to the foregoing, we represent and warrant that we will use reasonable efforts to employ only suitably qualified personnel in the delivery of the Service.
4. Data Protection
(ii) By agreeing to this Agreement, you are consenting to the following:
a) We or any parties acting on our behalf, must store, host, transfer and otherwise process your information as described herein and you explicitly consent to us handling your personal information.
c) Atom Content Marketing Ltd, which owns the Law Donut website, will review your information to analyse the effectiveness of the content on the website.
If you have any questions, queries, complaints about the Service or this Agreement please contact us at:
[email protected] , or Marks & Clerk London (UK), 90 Long Acre, London, WC2E 9RA, UK. Tel: 020 7420 0099
This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law. Disputes arising in connection with this legal notice shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.