Our Terms and Conditions of Use
This is the official website of Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors.
By using this site you are accepting these terms and conditions, if you do not wish to accept the terms and conditions listed we would ask that you do not use this site. Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors reserve the right at any time and without notice to amend or alter all content on this site as deemed necessary by Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors.
The material on this website is for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal or any other type of professional advice. Whilst we endeavour to ensure that the information on this website is correct, we do not warrant its completeness or accuracy; nor do we commit to ensuring that the website remains available or that the material on the website is kept up-to-date.
To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law we exclude all representations, warranties and conditions relating to this website and the use of this website (including, without limitation, any warranties implied by law of satisfactory quality, fitness for purpose and/or the use of reasonable care and skill).
Users should always seek specialist legal advice before taking or refraining from any action as a result of the contents of this website.
This free to access website(s) provides free information regarding Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors and it’s products, services, news and it’s work for our clients. It also provides contact information and contact methods for Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors.
Copyright and Trademarks
All copyright to all graphics, images, logos, data, databases and html code contained in this website belongs to Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors and or it’s clients. Reproduction, adaptation or modification of all or any part of these websites are strictly prohibited without the prior written permission of Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors or in accordance with the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988.
This website is designed to be a business to business website and is not intended for the use of individual consumers or children. Some of the content on this website may not be appropriate for young children, or those of a sensitive disposition. Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors may collect and store personal identifiable information about the persons or companies who visit this website.
This information may include, but is not limited to, personal details including your name, address, telephone number, fax number, CV, URL, domain name, I.P. address, broswer preferences, company name, job title or email address.
Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors may use this information to contact you or your company about it’s products and services from time to time, but always within accordance of our no SPAM policy.
Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors may also collect and store information about users who visit this website to improve the website and improve user interaction based on the information collected.
Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors does not trade, sell, rent or pass on any information about the users of this website to any third parties for marketing purposes without your express consent.
You may ask Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors to delete any information about you or your company and cease any further contact with you at anytime by contacting Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors in writing or by email.
Where you are invited to submit any contribution to this site such as forums, comment posts, questionnaires or competitions you are by submission to grant Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors a perpetual, royalty free, non-exclusive license to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish and create derivative works from for any purpose that Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors wishes, e.g. marketing and promotional purposes. If you do not wish to grant such rights to Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors, it is suggested that you do not submit your contribution to this site. By submitting your contribution to this site you also indemnify Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors against all legal fee’s, damages, and other expenses that may be incurred by Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors as a result of any material submitted by you.
Unauthorised use of this website
- Entry to the html code, cgi scripts, images or any other part of this website is strictly prohibited.
- Do not transmit or post any material to this website that is libellous, obscene, threatening, abusive or hateful.
- No unsolicited email (SPAM) may be directed to or through this site.
- You are prohibited from attempting to interfere with the site service, including, overloading, flooding, mailing , bombing, crashing, or hacking all or part of the site content or deleting or changing any site content.
This site is offered AS IS and without warranties of any kind.
All information and images contained on this website are believed to be truthful and accurate but nothing on this website shall be considered a representation by Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors and no reliance should be placed upon any information contained on the website unless it has been confirmed in writing by Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors to be correct.
Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors is not responsible for unavailability, interruptions in availability, viruses or other defects in the site or it’s contents. In no event shall Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors be responsible for any damages to users or their computer systems or otherwise.
Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors accept no liability for any errors or omissions on this website and it’s liability howsoever arising in relation to the website shall exclude liability for indirect and consequential loss including loss of profits, loss of opportunity, loss of systems, loss of reputation, business interruption, loss of programmes or other data.
The website and its contents are governed by English law.
Website developed by Established Studio, creative web design. Content and images maintained by Dadds LLP Licensing Solicitors.
Photograph on Licensing Reviews & Enforcement page kindly provided by Lisa Devaney from Hai Media Group.
Though the logo of the Houses of Parliament (used in the news article The Police Reform & Social Responsibility Bill) is subject to copyright, its use is covered by fair use laws because:
It illustrates an educational article about the entity that the logo represents;
The image is used as the primary means of visual identification of the article topic i.e. the Houses of Parliament;
The logo is not used in such a way that a reader would be confused into believing that the article is written or authorized by the owner of the logo.
It is not replaceable with a non-copyrighted or freely copyrighted image of comparable educational value.