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ADA Notice

Revised January 6, 2023

To provide the highest level of service to all of our clients and potential clients, Wright, Finlay & Zak via its website designer, Scorpion, has revised this website to conform to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. Accordingly, this entire website (other than decorative, non-substantial images, and other than the ability to skip content) is currently navigable and viewable using keyboard. This site is also screen reader friendly, for users who are using a screen reader. We will proactively review this website in the future to ensure that it remains current, and to continue to provide the highest level of service to our clients and potential clients. If you notice anything that is not in compliance, please let us know immediately.

Please note, that neither Wright, Finlay & Zak, LLP's maintenance of this website, nor your use of it (including by reading it, or sending us any communication either through e-mail, mail, personal delivery or the messaging functions on this website) shall create any attorney-client relationship between you and the Firm or impose any duty or obligation on the Firm. An attorney-client relationship shall be created only by Wright, Finlay & Zak, LLP's expressly agreeing in writing that the Firm can and will represent you, and only after it has determined that the matter is one suitable for the Firm to handle and that there would be no conflict of interest in the Firm's representation of you. Typically, this will involve Wright, Finlay & Zak, LLP sending you an engagement letter which you then sign and return to the Firm. If you are not an existing client of the Firm, do not send us any confidential or proprietary information by e-mail or through this website, as your communication with us may not be treated as confidential or privileged. If you already are a client of the Firm and are communicating with us about a matter on which we represent you, please be aware that Internet communications are not necessarily secure. Accordingly, if you send us confidential or proprietary information through the Internet, you must be willing to accept the risk that the communication may not be security and that it might not be treated as still being confidential and protected from disclosure.