Terms and Conditions

Please read these terms and conditions (“Terms and Conditions” or “Terms”) carefully before using this website (“Website”), owned and operated by Gordon Chan, Esq (“us”, “we” or “our”).

This Website provides information and legal commentaries (“Information”) as general information for the advancement of legal knowledge in the public. Your use of the Website and any of the services offered on or via the website (“Services”) are subject to these Terms and Conditions.

Condition of Use

  1. By using the Website and any of the Services you agree to be bound by these Terms. If you do not agree to be bound by these Terms, you are advised to stop accessing or using this Website and/or the Services.

Use of Website and Services

  1. You may not under any circumstances:
    (1) Copy, sell, resell, assign, licence, distribute, transmit, publicly display, rent, lease, offer on a “pay-per-use” basis, publish or otherwise reproduce the Website in any form by any means;
    (2) Adapt, modify, decompile, disassemble, localise, port and/or reverse engineer the Website;
    (3) Remove, obscure or destroy any copyright, proprietary or confidential legends or marking of Equal Justice placed upon or contained within the Website; and or
    (4) Prepare or develop derivative works based on the Website.

Exclusion of Liability

  1. You use the Website and Services at your own risk. The Information provided are for general information only. While reasonable efforts are made we cannot guarantee that the Information are accurate and up-to-date. We make no representations or warranties, expressed or implied, for any consequence of relying on such Information on our Website. To the extent permitted by law, we exclude all warranties and conditions, either express or implied.
  2. The Information provided on the Website does not constitute legal advice. You must not rely upon the Information as advice in a specific matter. Each case is unique and one must seek legal advice from a qualified legal professional on the merits of individual cases. A barrister cannot provide legal advice directly to the general public except upon the instructions of a solicitor or professional Direct Access Bodies recognised by the Bar Council. For more information refer to the Role of Counsel page.
  3. External links may be included in the Website. These external links are for general information only and are accessed at your own risk. We have no control over external websites and do not endorse, approvel or verify the content of any external websites.
  4. To the extent permitted by law we disclaim liability for any losses arising from or in connection with any access or reliance on information and materials contained on the Website or any other external internet sites linked through the Website.

Privacy Policy

  1. By accessing and using the Website, you agree that we can collect, use and disclose any personal data (as defined under section 2 of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (Cap 486)) you provide to us in accordance with our Privacy Policy, as may be updated and/or amended by us from time to time.
  2. By using the Website, you consent to having certain anonymous data collected to help us understand how the Website is being used and how we can improve it. This data is gathered automatically and includes, but is not limited to, your IP network address, statistics about how you access or use the Website, and information provided through the use of cookies.

Condition of Use

  1. We maintain all the copyright in the Website and the Information. You are permitted to use the Website, download or use any Information, provided that:
    (1) You use it for your general information;
    (2) You use it in a complete form, without modification, while acknoledging us as the owner and author;
    (3) You do not use if for any commercial purpose without our prior written approval.

Governing Law & Jurisdictions

  1. These Terms and Conditions are subject to the law of Hong Kong. All disputes arising out of these Terms and Conditions shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Hong Kong.
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