Social Media Terms of Use

Cox & Palmer maintains a social media presence in order to promote legal knowledge and to connect with the communities in which we operate. Our goal is to foster an open and respectful dialogue related to topics within the legal field. This policy outlines the guidelines for members of the public who choose to engage in dialogue with Cox & Palmer on social media.

  1. Privacy: Users are encouraged not to provide personal information or confidential information through social media to Cox & Palmer, via public post or private message, or solicit personal information or confidential information from other users. Cox & Palmer has no control over social media platforms or the way such organizations collect, use, disclose or secure your personal information and we are not responsible or liable for the treatment of personal information or confidential information shared on these websites. We encourage you to review the privacy policies and terms of use of a social media platform prior to sharing any personal or confidential information. Please note that private message communication with Cox & Palmer facilitated by social media does not create and will not constitute a solicitor-client relationship. Should you require legal advice or other assistance, please contact us directly via email or phone and provide your contact information.

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  2. Content is for Informational Purposes: The content posted to the Cox & Palmer social media channels is not intended to constitute legal advice. Use of and engagement with our social media channels is at your own risk. The quality, timeliness, accuracy or completeness of any information provided via a social media channel is provided “as is” without representation, warranty or condition of any kind. Cox & Palmer shall not have any responsibility or liability for any loss or damage whatsoever (including, without limitation, direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages) arising out or related to our social media channels and content or your use of or contribution to our social media channels.

    Do not rely upon the information provided on our social media channels or apply it to your situation without first consulting a lawyer. Any reference or link to a third party is not an express or implied endorsement or recommendation by Cox & Palmer.

  3. Be Respectful: Profane, abusive, discriminatory, hateful, threatening, indecent, misleading, knowingly false, defamatory or otherwise objectionable content is not permitted. Posts or messages that personally attack or harass other social media users, name the firm’s employees or clients, or violate any law, rule, regulation or promote illegal activity are not permitted. Posts in violation of these rules may be removed, the user may be blocked and we may notify the social media service provider of your violation. User accounts deemed to be anonymous or fake may be blocked. User comments or posts that resemble legal advice may also be removed or corrected. The views expressed by other social media users represent their own views and are not endorsed or approved by Cox & Palmer.
  4. Stay on Topic: Users are asked to stay focused and on topic with comments. Comments that do not respond or relate to the particular topic or content may be removed, such as promotional posts for businesses or events.

We reserve the right to delete, remove or not accept any content posted on our social medial page or feed, including content which does not comply with these Social Media Terms of Use or for any other appropriate reason.