Robin’s Disclaimer

Just because I’m a lawyer doesn’t mean that everything I write or respond to or say should be taken as legal advice. I talk to and email friends and family and strangers and colleagues all the time and that doesn’t make any of them a client as in formal attorney-client relationship. Same thing applies if we communicate by email or comments. If you need legal advice, hire an attorney.

I aim to provide up-to-date information while recognizing that laws and policies and products and services change. Constantly.

In case it’s not 100% clear, I’m not some web spider crawling through the subjects that interest me and figuring out every single change that happened a nanosecond ago. So I’m not making any claims, promises, guarantees or any other word you (or your lawyer) can think of regarding the quality or usefulness of the information contained in, or linked to, from Greenpower Law Blog.

Legal advice must be tailored to the specific circumstances of each case, and laws, especially in this area, are constantly changing. If you choose to communicate with me without a formal attorney-client agreement, I don’t and won’t have a duty to keep confidential any information you provide.

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