Littler Mendelson P.C. ("Littler") provides this website (the "Site") subject to your compliance with the terms and conditions set forth in these Terms of Use (the "Site Terms"). By using the Site, you agree to be bound by these Site Terms. If you do not agree to these Site Terms, you must not use the Site. Littler may at any time, in its sole discretion, revise or otherwise update these Site Terms by posting amended Site Terms on the Site and any changes will be effective immediately upon posting. Your use of the Site following the posting of updated Site Terms constitutes acceptance of those terms. Further, Littler reserves the right, at any time, to modify or discontinue, temporarily or permanently, the Site (or any part thereof) without notice, as set forth below.

Littler also has a general Website available at Littler.com. The Littler.com website has a separate Terms of Use that governs your use of the site.


The information and materials available on the Site (the "Materials") are for informational purposes only and are not intended to and do not constitute legal advice or a solicitation for the formation of an attorney-client relationship. The information provided on this Site may not apply to your particular facts or circumstances; therefore, you should seek legal counsel prior to relying on any information that may be found on this Site. Furthermore, information provided on this Site may not reflect the most recent developments in the law and may not be applicable in your particular jurisdiction. Therefore, you should not act on any of the information contained on this Site until you obtain legal counsel from a qualified individual in your jurisdiction.

No attorney-client relationship is created through your use of the Site or your receipt of the Materials. Littler accepts clients only in accordance with certain formal procedures, and renders legal advice only after completion of those procedures. Littler does not seek to represent anyone desiring representation based upon viewing the Site in a state, territory or foreign country where the Site fails to comply with applicable laws and ethical rules. In addition, Littler's attorneys do not seek to practice law in states, territories or foreign countries where they are not properly authorized to do so.


Littler has established procedures in place for accepting representation of a new client and establishing an attorney-client relationship, which typically include obtaining a signed copy of an engagement letter and clearing conflicts in accordance with the rules of professional ethics in each jurisdiction in which we operate.


This Site and the information contained herein are not intended to be an advertisement or solicitation of business, but it may be considered an advertisement in some jurisdictions.


You may access, use, display, download and print copies of the Content only for your company’s noncommercial, informational use and only as long as you comply with these Site Terms and applicable laws. Except as may otherwise be expressly authorized by these Site Terms, you may not otherwise reproduce, sell, publish, distribute, transmit, modify, display, use or perform or create any derivative works of any of this Site or the Content or Materials without our prior written permission.

If this Site permits the emailing of certain Content or a link through the use of an “email to a friend” (or similar) icon, you may send that particular Content or link to others by email, as indicated. You agree not to infringe upon any Intellectual Property Rights or remove or modify related proprietary notices contained in this Site, the Materials or the Content.


At times, we may or may not require you to have a password and provide registration details to access this Site or portions of this Site. If we do require a password and registration details, the details you provide must be correct, current and complete. If we believe that the details are not correct, current and complete, we have the right to refuse you access to the Site, or any of its resources, and to terminate or suspend your account, if any. You are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of any password(s) you are given to access this Site or any portion hereof, and you are fully responsible for all activities that occur under your password(s). You agree to notify us immediately of any unauthorized use of your password(s). We reserve the absolute right not to issue a password to any person or entity.


From time to time in connection with your use of and/or access to Content or Materials contained in certain areas of this Site, it may be necessary for you to consent to policies or terms and conditions in addition to these Site Terms. You should read carefully any such additional terms and conditions before making any use of such Content or Materials or areas of this Site. Any such terms will not vary or replace these Site Terms regarding any use of this Site, unless otherwise expressly stated.


If you have any questions regarding these Site Terms or this Site, please contact us by email at info@littler.com.

NOTICE: All or a portion of the legal fees associated with the use of this may be paid for by Nationwide. However, Nationwide does not have the right to direct or regulate the provision of any advice, nor is it privy to any particular advice that may be provided. If you have any questions about this payment arrangement, you should consult with counsel of your choosing before proceeding. By using this portal and/or its Hotline services you consent to the payment arrangement referenced above.