Unless otherwise indicated, the lawyers practicing in our office are not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Information provided to or by attorneys is frequently intended to be privileged or confidential. Please be advised that we can accept no privileged or confidential information until an attorney-client relationship has been established by both the potential client and by the Firm, and that not all attorney-client relationships that are offered to the Firm can or will be accepted. Accordingly, while we encourage early consultation on matters which may eventually require legal advice, please do not tender confidential information by e-mail or otherwise until necessary conflicts checks and business arrangements can be completed, and an appropriate attorney-client relationship established with the Firm. Additionally, there can be no guarantee that the transmission of e-mail or other Internet communications can be fully secure or confidential, and methods of communicating confidential and privileged information should be determined after an attorney-client relationship is established. In the absence of a long-standing relationship or course of dealing, you should anticipate that an engagement letter will be the method employed to establish that attorney-client relationship.