Terms of Use


Davis & Cannon, LLP maintains this website for informational purposes only, and we cannot guarantee that this information is correct, complete, or up-to-date. We disclaim any liability arising from your use of the content provided on this website.

By accessing this website we are not providing you with legal or professional advice and no attorney-client relationship is formed between you and Davis & Cannon, LLP. You should not act, or refrain from acting, on a legal issue based upon the content of this website.

If you have, or think you may have, a legal issue, you should consult an attorney or other appropriate professional. It is important that you promptly seek legal advice, as your rights may be affected by your failure to take timely action.

Unless you are a current client of Davis & Cannon, LLP, and have made arrangements with us to transmit and receive confidential information via email, please do not send any confidential information by email.

If you are not a client and choose to email confidential information to an individual at Davis & Cannon, LLP, you acknowledge that we have not solicited this information from you and we have no duty to maintain the confidentiality of that information, even if you send the information in a good faith effort to retain our services. You further acknowledge that unless and until we agree to representation, we are not bound to represent you, we may represent someone adverse to your interests, and the information you email to us may be used against you.

In some jurisdictions, the information provided on this website may qualify as advertising. The decision of which lawyer to hire should not be solely based upon the information provided herein.

This website links to various resources on the Internet. These links are not intended to imply that Davis & Cannon, LLP is affiliated with, or authorized to use any tradename, trademark, logo, seal, or other symbol shown on the link.

Client Privacy Policy

Pursuant to providing you with legal services, we collect personal, nonpublic information about you. We do not disclose any nonpublic personal information about current or former clients obtained in the course of representing those clients, except as expressly or impliedly authorized by you in providing you with effective legal representation or as required or permitted by law or applicable codes of professional responsibility and ethics governing our conduct as lawyers.