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Duane Morris respects your privacy online. Your name and contact information will not be shared with a third party without your consent.

Requesting alerts, newsletters or invitations to educational seminars does not create an attorney-client relationship with Duane Morris or any of the firm's attorneys. (The relationship would require direct, personal contact between you and our firm through one or more attorneys and would also require an agreement that confirms that a relationship is established and the terms of that relationship.) The invitation to contact the firm is not a solicitation to provide professional services and should not be construed as a statement as to the availability of any of our attorneys to perform legal services in any jurisdiction in which such attorney is not permitted to practice.

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The social media buttons used on the site are intended to enable you to easily share or bookmark web pages. Also, in some areas, this website uses external web services to display content. Interacting with social media platforms and other third party sites may log information about your activities on the internet. Your use of each social media platform and third party website is governed by their respective terms of use and privacy policies.