LET’S GET IN TOUCH and talk about your interest in reducing your company’s exposure to legal risk or in cutting what it pays for legal services.
Joel A. Webber, P.C.
717 Forest Avenue Suite 388
Lake Forest, IL 60045
Telephone: 847 446 0044
You can call my office at 847 446 0044.
Or you can e-mail me or send me a letter.
However it is that you contact me, please do not include any information that you consider confidential, secret, or otherwise sensitive in any voicemail recording, e-mail message, or hard copy letter that you send me.
Just like you and your business, I have to stay on the right side of the laws and regulations that apply to me. So please forgive the formality – and note the disclosures about legal and regulatory technicalities set forth below.
Disclosures About Legal Technicalities
Please do not include in any communication any information that you consider confidential, secret or otherwise sensitive. If and when an attorney-client relationship is established, then certain information will be treated as confidential, but only after a formal engagement document is duly executed by both myself as an attorney and the client company.
Unless and until you and I have established an attorney-client relationship by due execution of a formal engagement document, I will not be able to guarantee that any information that you send to me will be treated by my firm or by me as confidential. This means any information you send – without each of us having duly executed a formal engagement document – may be subject to disclosure to parties outside my firm or some one other than myself, including persons or entities whose interests might be adverse to your interests. It may be subject to disclosure under these circumstances not because I would voluntarily disclose it to a third party. Instead — without each of us having duly executed a formal engagement document — the protections of the attorney-client privilege and of the work product privilege, and the respect given by courts to an attorney’s duty of confidentiality to a client, might not be recognized under such circumstances.
Please be advised that my firm’s receipt or my receipt of your e-mail message, your voicemail, text, or any correspondence in any other form, hard copy or electronic, does not establish an attorney-client relationship between you and my firm or me as an attorney at law.
Receipt of any information from you will not prevent my firm or me from representing a current or a future client in any matter, including any matter discussed in your message.