Precipice IP, PLLC
Terms and Conditions
1. No Attorney-Client relationship is created with a consultation. Only after an engagement letter is executed and the fees paid as required by the terms of the agreement does an Attorney-Client relationship exist.
2. The online appointment booking system will help find a convenient time for both Precipice and you to consult. However, appointment times may be limited.
3. Appointments may be virtual/telephonic or in person. Because Precipice IP has multiple offices, appointments may need to be confirmed by our office before being finalized.
4. Services must be booked by customers aged 18 or over. Minor customers will need to make the appointment through their parent or guardian. For services booked on behalf of another, the person attending the appointment will be deemed to have accepted any attendant terms and conditions relating to that service appointment on behalf of the other person.
5. Appointments are for one person unless otherwise arranged, consulting fees are priced per person.
6. Appointments are particular to the specific service selected, and are not transferrable to other services.
7. We reserve the right to refuse any appointment bookings or to carry out a consulting appointment if a customer has been inappropriate, misleading or abusive in any manner, or if the customer has continually cancelled appointments.
8. All appointments booked are subject to availability, and we aim to make sure that we keep every appointment booked. If for any reason we’re unable to keep our appointment with you, we’ll contact you as soon as possible and make every attempt to find a convenient alternative appointment.
9. If you’re late for an appointment, we’ll make every effort to accommodate you, however Precipice IP, PLLC will wait for up to 10 minutes before cancelling the appointment as a no-show. If an appointment is cancelled within 24 hours of the appointment date, we reserve the right to charge a $75 cancellation fee.
10. Precipice may need to share your information with trusted third parties in order to manage our customer/client relations. Any third parties are only authorized to use the information for the purpose Precipice IP, PPLC requests.
1. No Attorney-Client relationship is created with the Purchaser of services at the time of purchase. Only after an engagement letter is executed and the fees paid as required by the terms of the agreement does an Attorney-Client relationship exist.
2. Services must be retained by prospective clients aged 18 or over. Minor Purchasers will need to procure services through a parent or guardian.
3. Services are particular to the specific service selected, and are not transferrable to other services.
4. Precipice IP, PLLC reserves the right to refuse any legal services or to carry out services if a Purchaser has been inappropriate, misleading or abusive in any manner.
5. Precipice IP, PLLC may require Purchaser to deposit additional funds based on the anticipated cost of future fees and expenses.
6. The purchased scope of services is only an estimate based on the selected service, and does not include government filing fees and external searching costs if any. Failure to advance requested funds in a timely manner shall absolve the Firm of any responsibility for advancing any costs on Purchaser’s behalf. Any deposit, which is not utilized, will be fully refunded to you upon request.
7. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Mississippi, without regard for conflicts of law principles. This Agreement is in accordance with the Mississippi Rules of Professional Conduct, Arkansas Rules of Professional Conduct, and the USPTO Rules of Professional Conduct.
8. Precipice IP, PLLC does not anticipate having any disagreements with the Purchaser regarding this Agreement. But if any disputes arise, the Purchaser should provide notice to Precipice IP, PLLC immediately. If Precipice IP, PLLC is unable to resolve a dispute between it and the Purchaser, then Precipice IP, PLLC and the Purchaser herein agree to submit the matter to arbitration before the American Arbitration Association or JAMS.