The Trademark Blog links to New York Lawyer’s article on disclaimers used on lawyers’ websites, saying

bq. The article contrasts Mayer Brown’s 4000 word disclaimer to Davis Polk’s “The information on this site does not convey legal advice of any kind.” I looked at its site, it doesn’t.

The article has a link to a fuller version at law.com, which requires a subscription (a 30-day trial subscription is free, but I didn’t try it).

See my earlier entry on the language of email disclaimers with German examples.

The study described in the article is by Evan Schaeffer, well-known to law webloggers. Well, at least to those of us who made the Defense Team yesterday – thanks, Evan!

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