Terms of Use

Neither your receipt of information from this website, nor your use of this website to contact Zarin & Associates (“the Firm”) creates an attorney-client relationship between you and the Firm. You will only become a client of the Firm if and when you sign an engagement agreement setting forth the scope of the Firm’s engagement and the fee arrangement.

This website includes general information about legal issues and developments in the law. Such materials are for informational purposes only and may not reflect current legal developments. These informational materials are not intended, and should not be taken, as legal advice on any particular set of facts or circumstances. For such advice on specific legal issues, you should contact an attorney.

Some of the pages on this website describe matters handled by the Firm and their outcomes. These descriptions are meant only to provide information to the public about the activities and experience of the Firm’s attorneys. They are not intended as a guarantee that the same or similar results can be obtained in every matter undertaken by the Firm and you should not assume that a similar result can be obtained in a legal matter of interest to you. The outcome of a particular matter can depend on a variety of factors, including but not limited to the specific factual and legal circumstances, the ability of opposing counsel, as well as unexpected developments.

This website lists areas of the Firm’s practice. In doing so, it does not make a claim of ‘expertise’ or ‘specialization’ in those areas.

The jurisdictions in which the Firm’s attorneys are licensed to practice are noted in those attorneys’ biographies on this website. The ability of the Firm’s attorneys to engage in any activities for a client outside of their states of licensure is subject to state statutes, professional codes and court rules. The Firm does not seek, and this website is not intended to solicit, legal engagements in jurisdictions outside the Firms’ attorneys’ states of licensure when such engagements would constitute the unauthorized practice of law.