Trade Names/Assumed Business Names:
Rose Law Firm, P.C. (“Rose Law”) is an Oregon professional corporation. Rose Law conducts business under each of the following registered trade names. Each of these trade names is registered as an assumed business name with the Oregon Secretary of State:
Rose Law Firm
Business Transitions Law
Rose Law maintains a team of employed and independent contractor attorneys to work with and represent the firm’s clients. All attorneys identified as “Principals,” “Associates,” or “Of Counsel” are members of the firm or “Firm Attorneys”. All Firm Attorneys practice together at Rose Law and maintain a common and centralized conflict-of-interest checking system designed to comply with the Rules of Professional Conduct and avoid conflicts of interest.
Rose Law also maintains a network of relationships with Contract Attorneys who are licensed in various jurisdictions from around the United States. Any attorney who is listed on the Rose Law webpage who is identified as a “Contract Attorney” works at a law firm that is separate and independent from Rose Law. Rose Law maintains collaborative relationships with these “Contract Attorneys” and may associate with these Contract Attorneys occasionally on a matter-by-matter basis. As in every situation in which another lawyer or law firm is associated to assist on a particular matter, at the beginning of working together with a Contract Attorney on a specific matter, Rose Law undertakes to verify that the Contract Attorney does not have an ethical conflict of interest that would prevent the Contract Attorney from working with Rose Law in representing the firm’s client on that matter. Because Contract Attorneys only associate with Rose Law on specific and discrete matters, Rose Law does not maintain a centralized conflict-of-interest checking system with the Contract Attorneys. Rose Law only associates with or shares client files with Contract Attorneys after disclosing and receiving permission from the firm’s client for whom the Contract Attorney will be working.
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The materials available on this web site (www.Rose-Law.com) are for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. You should contact your attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular issue or problem. The opinions expressed at or through this website are the opinions of the individual author and may not reflect the opinions of the firm or any individual attorney at the firm.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE: NO ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP WITH ROSE LAW EXISTS UNLESS AND UNTIL A FIRM ATTORNEY EXPRESSLY AGREES TO REPRESENT YOU. TYPICALLY, SUCH EXPRESS AGREEMENT TO REPRESENT YOU WILL (A) BE SET FORTH IN A WRITTEN AGREEMENT THAT YOU HAVE CONSENTED TO IN WRITING; AND (B) BE ACCOMPANIED BY YOUR PAYMENT OF AN AGREED-UPON ADVANCE-FEE DEPOSIT TO THE FIRM. IF YOU HAVE NOT YET SIGNED AN ENGAGEMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE FIRM AND DELIVERED AN AGREED-UPON ADVANCE FEE DEPOSIT, YOU SHOULD ASSUME THAT YOU HAVE NOT YET ESTABLISHED AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP WITH ROSE LAW.
Do not send confidential or privileged information to us until you establish such a relationship. Furthermore, we advise against sending privileged or confidential information through e-mail at all, since we can in no way ensure the security of your e-mail. By sending sensitive or confidential e-mail messages that are not encrypted you accept the risks of such uncertainty and possible lack of confidentiality over the Internet.
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The materials on this website are intended to be for informational purposes only. This information does not constitute legal advice. The law is constantly changing and the information may not be complete or correct depending on the date and your particular legal problem. Each legal problem depends on its individual facts and different jurisdictions have different laws and regulations. Because of these differences, you should not act or rely on any information on this website without seeking the advice of a competent attorney, licensed to practice law in your jurisdiction, for your particular problem.