Website terms of use & privacy policy

Terms of use

Website terms of use

Privacy policy

Terms of use

Disclaimer. This website is for general informational purposes only concerning intellectual property law and Wilson Lue LLP (“we” and “us”). It is not intended to constitute legal advice or a legal opinion, and should not be relied upon as such. You should not take action, or decline to take action, based on the information on this website. You must retain and consult a lawyer for advice for your own particular legal matters. We are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained on this website.

This website is not intended to actively solicit clients.

No lawyer-client relationship. Your use of this website does not create a lawyer-client or agent-client relationship between you and Wilson Lue LLP.

If you would like to retain us to give you legal advice, please contact us to arrange an initial consultation. No lawyer-client or agent-client relationship between you and us will exist unless we agree to act on your behalf on a specific matter and confirm this in writing or in accordance with our usual policies. Until this relationship is created, any information you provide to us will not be protected by lawyer-client or agent-client privilege. Do not send unsolicited confidential information to us unless you are an existing client of Wilson Lue LLP.

If you are a client of Wilson Lue LLP, our relationship is also governed by the terms of our retainer with you. To the extent there is a conflict between these terms of use and your retainer agreement, the retainer agreement prevails.

No responsibility for third-party content. This website includes links to websites owned and/or operated by third parties, which we provide for convenience only. We are not responsible for the content or availability of information provided by third parties, nor are we responsible for the consequences of relying on such third-party information or its availability.

Copyright and trademarks. Copyright in the content of this website is owned by Wilson Lue LLP and all rights are reserved unless otherwise indicated. Our content may depict intellectual property held by other parties, such as brand names, trademarks, and designs; all such intellectual property is the property of their respective owners.

Changes to these terms of use. We may change these terms of use at any time. Any changes made are effective upon posting to this website. If you have questions about these terms or any changes made to these terms, please contact us at firm@wilsonlue.com.

Privacy policy

Privacy policy

Wilson Lue LLP is committed to protecting your privacy. This policy outlines how we handle your personal information to protect your privacy when we interact with you.

How we collect and use your personal information outside a lawyer-client or agent-client relationship. When we interact with you via our website, email, in phone or in person, we may collect your personal information. This may occur, for example, if you contact us for a consultation or general inquiry, apply for a position at our firm, or interact with our website. “Personal information” is defined as information about an identifiable individual, but does not include the name, title, or business contact information of an employee of an organization.

We may use your personal information in order to respond to your inquiries or to follow up on your interactions with us. For example, if you provide your email address or other personal information in the course of requesting information, we will use your personal information to respond to your inquiry, and we may later use your personal information to provide further information or inform you of developments in intellectual property law and practice. After you initiate contact, we may also collect your personal information from online or reference sources, such as social media or government records. We will not disclose your personal information to others outside Wilson Lue LLP without your express or implied consent unless compelled to do so by applicable laws or court orders. When we retain third parties to provide services to us, such as information technology or archiving services, we ensure that these third parties will maintain your personal information in confidence in accordance with our requirements.

Your personal information in a lawyer-client or agent-client relationship. If you retain our professional services, we usually obtain your express or implied consent to collect and use your personal information as part of our retainer agreement with you. We use your personal information to provide services to you and, if the nature of the services warrants, to retain third parties on your behalf (e.g., expert witnesses or consultants). Generally we will not disclose your personal information to others without your express or implied consent unless compelled to do so by applicable laws or court orders, or in order to give effect to the terms of your retainer agreement (e.g., to arrange for collection of fees or disbursements from you). When we retain third parties to provide services to us, such as information technology or archiving services, we ensure that these third parties will maintain your personal information in confidence in accordance with our requirements.

To the extent that our written retainer agreement with you conflicts with these terms, the retainer agreement governs. As a law firm, we have professional obligations to keep confidential information we receive from you in the context of a lawyer-client or agent-client relationship.

Inspecting and correcting your personal information. You may request access to any personal information that we have collected about you, and information about how we have used your personal information, by contacting the Privacy Contact listed below. If the personal information is not accurate, you may request that we update our records.

Tracking your use of our website. We may track the use of our website using common traffic monitoring techniques for marketing and security purposes. These monitoring techniques can include the use of cookies (small files stored on your computer) and logging of IP addresses.

Questions or complaints.If you have questions or complaints about the handling of your personal information, please contact the Privacy Contact at the address given below.

Changes to this privacy policy. We may change these terms at any time. Any changes made are effective upon posting to this website. If you have questions about these terms or any changes made to these terms, please contact our Privacy Contact at the address given below.

Privacy Contact. Questions and complaints may be directed to:
Jenna Wilson
Wilson Lue LLP
250 University Avenue, 5th Floor
Toronto ON M5H 3E5
jenna.wilson@wilsonlue.com