Terms of Use


We at Gil Solomon & Co. (the “Firm”, “We” or “Us”) welcome you to our website (the “Website”). The Website offers basic information regarding the Firm and certain legal information. The Website is owned and operated by the Firm and may contain certain content, information pertaining to the Firm and certain clients thereof and any other information, opinions, articles, podcasts, certain types of media files, facts, materials, documents, text, files, logos, button icons, images, data compilations, other specialized content, technical data, documentation, know-how, specifications, designs, data, the “look and feel” of the Website, the Website’s interface, interactive features related graphics and other features obtained from or through the Website (collectively, the “Content”). You may access and use the Website in accordance with the terms and conditions hereunder.

In order to learn how we collect and process information, please review our privacy policy, available here (“Privacy Policy”). The Privacy Policy is hereby incorporated by reference into these terms as an integral part thereof. By accepting these terms, you expressly indicate that you have read and understood the Privacy Policy.  

The Content is provided for informational purposes only, may not be current or up to date and is not intended to be a source of legal advice. Therefore, such content should not be considered an invitation or offer for attorney-client relationship and should not be construed as legal advice or relied upon as such. We accept no responsibility and assume no liability in connection with any action taken or not taken on the basis of, or for any consequences whatsoever arising from use of, the Content and/or this website.

Accessing or usage of this website does not constitute or create an attorney-client relationship between the Firm and any party accessing or using this website. Any communication with the Firm without a definitive engagement agreement with the Firm will not be construed as constituting or creating an attorney-client relationship. Any confidential information sent prior to the execution of a definitive engagement agreement with the Firm, will not be privileged or confidential.

The Content is the property of the Firm or licensed to the Firm and any use of the Content without prior written consent from the Firm is prohibited. You are prohibited from copying, reproducing, publishing, transmitting, disseminating and/or otherwise distributing such Content without obtaining the prior written approval of the Firm.

None of the Content may be construed as legal advice on any specific facts or circumstances. The Content is intended for information purposes only and may not be quoted or referred to without our prior written consent.

The Website contains links and references to other sites and services which are provided solely as a convenience to you. The Firm does not sponsor, endorse, verify, warrant or otherwise approve any third-party content that may be accessed through this website or subsequent links, nor does it control or guarantee the accuracy, relevance, completeness or timeliness of the information contained therein. The Firm does not assume responsibility for any other websites or for their content.

The Firm respects the intellectual property rights of others. If you believe that the Content may constitute or perform a copyright infringement or that your intellectual property rights have been otherwise violated by the Content, please contact us under: office@gilsolomon.com and describe with sufficient detail, in writing, the copyrighted work that you claim to be infringed and the material that you claim to be infringing or to be the subject of infringing activity and that is to be removed or access to which is to be disabled, and information sufficient to permit Us to locate the material, information so that the Firm can contact you such as address, telephone number and e-mail address. The Firm will make efforts to investigate and make an effort to reply within a reasonable timeframe.

If any Content is sent via email or any other means of direct communication, it is not intended to create, and receipt thereof does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.