Terms & Conditions 2019-05-27T16:07:10-04:00

Terms & Conditions


This website contains general information and, although Dewshi Law endeavours to ensure that the content is accurate and up-to-date, no representation or warranty, express or implied, is made as to its accuracy or completeness and therefore the information on this website should not be relied upon. Users should always seek appropriate legal advice from a suitably qualified lawyer before taking, or refraining from taking, any action. The contents of this website should not be construed as legal or other professional advice and Dewshi Law disclaims liability for any loss, howsoever caused, arising directly or indirectly from reliance on the information on this website.

Privacy Policy

Consistent with our obligations as professionals, we are dedicated to maintaining high standards of confidentiality regarding the information provided to us. Dewshi Law adheres to certain privacy principles to help ensure the confidentiality of the Personal Information entrusted to us. This Privacy Policy has been prepared to inform you of our practices concerning the collection, use and disclosure of Personal Information (as defined below).

Personal information

For this Privacy Policy, “Personal Information” means any information provided to or collected by Dew, recorded in any form, about an identifiable individual, or an individual whose identity may be inferred or determined from the information. This Privacy Policy does not cover any information, recorded in any form, about more than one individual where the identity of the individuals is not known and cannot be inferred from the information (“Aggregated Information”). Dewshi Law retains the right to use Aggregated Information in any way that it reasonably determines is appropriate.


Dewshi Law takes the protection of Personal Information seriously. Our obligations as legal professionals are governed, in part, by rules of professional conduct which impose duties and obligations regarding the confidentiality of the information provided to Dewshi Law by its clients.

What information do we collect?

As a general rule, all information concerning the business and affairs of a person or organization acquired: (1) for the purpose of determining whether Dewshi Law will enter into a professional relationship; or (2) in the course of a professional relationship, shall be held in strict confidence and not revealed to anyone unless expressly or implicitly authorized by the person or organization concerned or permitted or required by applicable law. A professional relationship develops when Dewshi Law agrees to be retained to provide services to an individual or organization.

In the course of its relationship with you, Dewshi Law will need to collect, use, and sometimes, disclose various types of Personal Information for various purposes associated with the scope of the services we provide as directed by you or your organization. The Personal Information we collect may include:

  • your full name;
  • contact information, such as your address, telephone number, e-mail address, or job titles;
  • information regarding your legal requirements, situation, and interests;
  • information regarding your organization or other organizations, including information regarding directors, officers, or employees of our clients or other parties, witnesses, beneficiaries, adverse parties, related parties, parties in interest, business partners, investors, shareholders, security holders, buyers, business partners, and customers of clients;
  • your payment information; and
  • any other Personal Information that you voluntarily choose to provide to us.

How do we use and disclose personal information?

Dewshi Law uses and discloses personal information for the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy. Under no circumstances will Dewshi Law sell, trade, barter or exchange for consideration any Personal Information it has obtained.

Dewshi Law may use and disclose Personal Information for the following purposes:

  • Establishing your identity and compliance with “Know Your Client” regulations and other legal obligations: which may require you to provide name, address, employment/business information, and/or other legally mandated forms of identification;
  • Billing: which will include the collection of names, addresses, banking and/or financial details;
  • Provision and development of Services/Products: which will include any Personal Information necessary to provide services requested by you or your organization;
  • Internal record keeping;
  • Answering your queries, and/or providing you with information or materials you have asked to receive;
  • Market research;
  • Marketing our own products and services to you by email or other means if you have subscribed to one our mailing lists;
  • To keep your information and preferences accurate. For example, from time to time, we may ask you (by email or otherwise) to review your contact details and mailing list preferences and update them as necessary;
  • Any purpose which is permitted or required by applicable law; and
  • To carry out any other purpose which is disclosed to you and to which you consent.

Please note that there are circumstances where the use and/or disclosure of Personal Information may be justified or permitted or where Dewshi Law may or must disclose information without consent, in accordance with the applicable law.

Where obliged or permitted to disclose information without consent, Dewshi will not disclose more information than is required for the purpose that obligates or permits us to disclose such information.

You have the right to revoke your consent to the collection, use and disclosure of your Personal Information at any time. However, revocation of your consent may result in our inability to provide services to you. We will discuss with you the reason we need your Personal Information and why the revocation of your consent affects our ability to provide the service or product to you.

Terms of Use


This Terms of Use Agreement (“Agreement”) is a legal agreement between you, and Dewshi Law.  This Terms of Use Agreement (“Agreement”) states the terms and conditions under which you may access and use any website which Dewshi Law chooses to link to this Agreement (each a “Website”). By accessing and using a Website, you are indicating your acceptance of, and agreement to be legally bound by, this Agreement. If you do not accept this Agreement, you must not access or use a Website.

Not Legal Advice

Information made available on the Website in any form is for informational purposes only. It is not and should not be taken as legal advice. You should not rely on, or take or fail to take any action, based upon this information. Never disregard professional legal advice or delay in seeking legal advice because of something you have read on the Website. Prior results, articles, and case studies or other materials available on the Website do not guarantee a similar outcome in future representation. Contact a Dewshi Law to discuss potential resolutions to specific legal concerns you may have.

No Lawyer-Client Relationship

The presentation of information on the Website, or your use of or reliance upon such information, does not establish a lawyer-client relationship between you and Dewshi Law or between you and Anar Dewshi. Please also note that any information sent or received over the internet may not be secure, Dewshi Law cannot guarantee the security or privacy of any communication (in any form) to the Website.

Privacy Policy

Dewshi Law treats personal information that you submit through this Website in accordance with its Privacy Policy. Please read and review the Dewshi Law Privacy Policy, which describes the privacy policies and practices of Dewshi Law in detail, as such policy may be amended from time to time by Dewshi Law. Dewshi Law advises you to check the Privacy Policy on a frequent basis for changes. By using a Website or providing us with personal information, you consent to the use of your Personal Information by Dewshi Law in accordance with the terms and for the purposes set forth in the Privacy Policy.

Security and Confidentiality

The transmission of data or information over the internet or other forms of networks may not be secure, and is subject to possible loss, interception or alteration while in transit. Dewshi Law cannot guarantee security of any communication to or from the Website. Dewshi Law does not assume any liability for any damage you may experience or costs you may incur as a result of any electronic transmissions over the internet, other forms of networks or otherwise while using the Website. Unless we have confirmed in writing that we represent or act for you, in no event will any information you provide on or through the Website be deemed to be confidential, create any fiduciary obligations to you on our part, or result in any liability to you on our part. Unsolicited emails from non-clients do not establish a lawyer-client relationship, and may not be privileged, and may be disclosed in accordance with our Privacy Policy. You should take reasonable and appropriate precautions to ensure compatibility of any website you visit with your specific computer, mobile or other device. Dewshi Law does not assume any responsibility or risk for your use of the internet.