Terms & Conditions
By accessing this website, you are agreeing to the Terms and Conditions outlined herein, all applicable laws, statutes, by-laws and regulations and you are further agreeing that you are responsible for compliance with any applicable laws, statutes, by-laws and regulations – whether local, provincial, federal, international or otherwise.
Chang Advocacy Professional Corporation (“CAPC”) owns and operates this website, including all content herein and may, at any time, make changes to the website and/or its contents without notice. CAPC does not, in any way, represent or warrant (expressly, implicitly or otherwise) the completeness, accuracy, reliability or currency of any content of this website.
None of CAPC, its partners, associates, employees, agents, representatives or contractors shall, in any way, be liable for damages whatsoever (howsoever caused) arising out of or in connection with the use of this website and/or any reliance on any information and/or content available on this website.
This website and all related content is intended for information purposes only and nothing contained herein is intended to be, or shall be construed as, legal advice and any use of this website does not create or constitute a lawyer-client relationship. If you are in need of legal advice and/or representation, please contact one of our lawyers.
You are not permitted to copy (other than for personal use), modify, publicly display, use for any commercial purpose(s), transfer, reverse engineer any part(s) of this website and/or any content contained herein.
As part of assisting our clients and providing legal services, CAPC is required to collect, maintain, use and disclose various kinds of personal information. Any and all such personal information is collected and managed strictly in accordance with all applicable privacy laws (including, without limitation, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act), laws respecting to lawyer-client privilege and confidentiality, as well as the highest standards of the legal profession.
CAPC may use such collected personal information for various purposes, including, without limitation, assessing credit-worthiness of potential/new clients, providing legal services and/or related/ancillary products and/or services, maintaining contact, billing and related information as part of our retainer.
Prior to collecting and/or disclosing personal information (unless permitted otherwise by law) CAPC will obtain the consent of the person to whom the information pertains respecting the collection and/or disclosure of said personal information. Sometimes such consent will be implied from the person’s conduct in dealing with CAPC or from the nature of that person’s request. In other instances, circumstances will require, permit and/or justify proceeding without the person’s express consent (e.g. where required by law, where reasonably required to protect the rights, safety, property, etc. of others, where reasonably required by CAPC to pursue its own remedies, the engagement/retainer of expert witnesses on the person’s behalf, other law firms or professionals on the person’s behalf).
CAPC employs various measures to safeguard personal information in our custody and control to protect against loss, theft and/or unauthorized use, access, disclosure or destruction. However, there are no reasonably means to absolutely securing the storage, management or transmission of personal information (whether in paper, electronic or other format).