TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The following Terms and Conditions regulate the use of the website www.mipabogados.com (the Website), through which our Firm provides information on the services it provides, its activities, its members and general legal information of interest, among others.
Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully, because the use of the Website on your behalf indicates your absolute acceptance and the fact that you continue to use it will indicate that you agree with these Terms and Conditions. If you want to make any comments about the Website and/or have any suggestions, we would appreciate it if you send us a message by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
INEXISTENCE OF LEGAL OPINION
The purpose of this Website is to inform to the public about the legal services provided by Martín, Isla y Pickering, S.C. (MI&P abogados), as well as the legal and legislative events that take place in Mexico, so that no part of the content of this Website can be interpreted as a legal opinion of MI&P abogados and/or of its partners, associates, employees, officials and/or of counsels.
The contents included in the Website are for informative purposes and constitute general information related to the areas of specialty of MI&P abogados, its partners, associates, employees, officials and/or of counsels. In that sense, any content of the Website does not substitute or constitute a legal opinion, for this reason you may not consider the contents of the Website as legal opinions.
The contents of the Website do not necessarily represent the opinions of MI&P abogados, its partners, associates, employees, officials and/or of counsels, or even its clients. If you require a legal opinion you must engage specialized legal advice. Please contact any of the partners who will inform you if MI&P abogados can provide legal services and assistance.
PROPERTY OF THE WEBSITE
The services or information that is provided through the Website and all the available material that is found in it are property of MI&P abogados, for which the use of the Website is authorized exclusively for personal non-commercial use.
The user of the Website guarantees to MI&P abogados that he will not use the Website for any purpose of committing or carrying out an illegal act or that is prohibited by the Terms and Conditions described here.
All content on the Website, including, but not limited to texts, graphics, photographs, logos, trademarks, images, databases, as well as graphic design, source code and software, are the exclusive property of MI&P abogados or third parties, whose rights recognizes MI&P abogados and is subject to the intellectual and industrial property rights protected by applicable domestic and international regulations.
PROTECTION AND USE OF THE WEBSITE
It is strictly forbidden to use all elements of the content of the Website and they are subject of intellectual and industrial property for any purpose, including its reproduction, copy, distribution, modification, alteration wholly or partially.
The user of the Website is obliged to use it in accordance with these Terms and Conditions, in a diligent, correct and lawful manner, and in accordance with morality and accepted customs. The user will be liable for damages of any nature that MI&P abogados may suffer, directly or indirectly, as a consequence of the breach of any of the obligations arising from these Terms and Conditions and/or the terms and conditions of any particular service that is include in the Website or the applicable law in connection to its use.
MI&P abogados reserves the right in its sole discretion, to interrupt, modify, alter the content and/or access of the Website, at any time and without prior notice, whether for technical reasons, security, control, maintenance, failures of electrical supply or for any other reason.
DAMAGE BY THE WEBSITE
MI&P abogados does not guarantee or assume any type of responsibility for the damages suffered by the access to the Website by third parties through connections, links or links of the linked websites, nor by links to other websites that the user can make from the Website.
MI&P abogados will not be responsible for any damages that may arise from the presence of viruses or other harmful elements in the contents of the Website, which may cause alteration in the computer and data systems, as well as in the documents or systems stored in them.
THIRD PARTY WEBSITES
The Website may link the user to other websites. These websites are not under the control of MI&P abogados, so it will not be responsible for the veracity, accuracy, legality or any other aspect that may be offensive to users of the websites included in the Website. The inclusion of the websites on the Website does not generate any association or relationship between MI&P abogados and the owners of the other websites.
MI&P abogados will not be responsible for verifying the accuracy, veracity or reliability of the information contained in the websites included in the Website. MI&P abogados will not be responsible or guarantee the security of any personal information that is provided by the user to the websites included in the Website.
The user waives and agrees to release all liability, as well as to initiate any legal action against MI&P abogados arising from any dispute arising between the user and the websites included in the Website.
The user assumes the entire cost of any maintenance, repair or correction necessary in case of any loss or damage suffered by the use of the Website.
REGULATIONS AND RULES
The user is obliged to comply with the federal and local applicable regulations and rules. The user is obliged to fulfill with all applicable laws to the use of the Website.
The user agrees to keep MI&P abogados safe and harmless and/or its partners, associates, employees, officials and/or of counsels for any damage they may suffer due to the incorrect use of the Website or for breach of any of the Terms and Conditions described here. Likewise, the user agrees to reimburse MI&P abogados for any expenses incurred in connection with the foregoing, including expenses and/or attorneys’ fees.
Updated to January 4, 2021