Compliance With RPC: In connection with the use of this site and use of materials from this site, users must comply with the Rules of Professional Conduct for attorneys admitted to the Bar of the State of Washington.
Downloading: It is of utmost importance that you insure downloaded information and materials not be accessible to attorneys whose practice is primarily tort defense litigation. Except for material available for use publicly, you may not share any posted information, or documents obtained from or through this portion of the Web site with any law firm, attorneys or staff working for lawyers whose practice is primarily tort defense litigation. If you work in a law firm with attorneys whose practice is primarily tort defense litigation, you are required as a condition of access to this portion of the Web site to take all measures necessary to prevent those attorneys and their support staff from being able to access any download or transmission received from Eagle Member areas.
Confidentiality and Nondisclosure: These Additional Provisions contain rules addressing the confidentiality of transmissions via this Web site and obligations of nondisclosure by users. By using the Eagle Member areas in any manner you agree to abide by the confidentiality and nondisclosure terms. This obligation continues in effect until and unless you receive permission from the source of the information to disclose it and you abide by the permitted terms and scope of disclosure. Whenever you disclose confidential information received through this Web site, it must be disclosed only as permitted by these terms and you must receive an enforceable commitment from the recipients to abide by the nondisclosure terms. Your use of Eagle areas also constitutes your acknowledgement that remedies at law may be inadequate to protect against breach of the nondisclosure provisions and that WSAJ and the users of this Web site may obtain an injunction to enforce these provisions without proof of damages. You further agree to notify WSAJ and to request that WSAJ and the authors of material at issue have an opportunity to respond if you are requested or ordered by any governmental entity to disclose confidential information obtained through Web site, and you will seek an appropriate protective order for the confidential information. Information that becomes generally known to the public or the legal community without disclosure by you is no longer deemed confidential information.
Notice and Procedure for Making Claims of Copyright Infringement
WSAJ respects the intellectual property rights of others and we ask our users to do the same. If you believe that your work has been copied in a way that constitutes copyright infringement, notification must be submitted to the following agent:
Sara Crumb, Interim Chief Executive Officer
Washington State Association for Justice
1809 7th Ave., #1500
Seattle, WA 98101-1324
Please include the following in your notification:
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