Terms & Privacy Policy

Welcome and thank you for visiting the website of Arguez Hirsch, PLLC (“Arguez Hirsch”). The information contained herein governs your use of the Arguez Hirsch website (the “Site” or “ahlaw.co”). By using this Site, you recognize that you fully understand and agree to comply with the terms and conditions set forth below. If you are not able to accept and abide by the Terms & Privacy Policy, please do not use this Site or any materials obtained from it. Please note that the information on ahlaw.co, including the Terms & Privacy Policy, may change from time to time for any reason without notice. Your continued use of the Site following any changes acknowledges and constitutes that you understand and agree to comply with those changes. Therefore, we encourage you to please refer to this page whenever you use this Site.

No Attorney-Client Relationship Formed from Use of Site

Arguez Hirsch has prepared this Site solely for educational and informational purposes. The contents of this Site does not create nor intend to create an attorney-client relationship and should not be construed as legal advice or as a substitute for legal advice from a licensed attorney in your jurisdiction. Please further note that the transmission, receipt and/or use of information contained on this Site, making an inquiry through this Site, or the transmittal of information to or from e-mails contained on this Site or other correspondence to Arguez Hirsch or any of its attorneys does not form or constitute an attorney-client relationship.

Transmission of Information and Confidentiality

Arguez Hirsch respects the privacy of any person who contacts our firm and we make reasonable efforts to keep such information private. However, a conflict-of-interest cannot be created between you and any of our current or prior clients. Therefore, prior to providing Arguez Hirsch with information regarding a matter, you should first speak to one of our attorneys to confirm a cleared conflict check and that Arguez Hirsch is otherwise able to enter into an engagement agreement with you. In the event you provide information to Arguez Hirsch prior to receiving such confirmation and a signed engagement agreement, we cannot promise or guarantee to treat such information privileged, confidential and/or protected information as our review of your information does not prevent Arguez Hirsch from representing another client directly adverse to you, even in a matter where such information can be used against you. Furthermore, any information you provide via this Site regarding a matter for which Arguez Hirsch already represents you, you accept it’s done at your risk of non-confidentiality as the transmittal of information over the internet cannot be guaranteed to be secure.

DISCLAIMER – Limitation of Liability on Use of Content 

The information on ahlaw.co has been prepared solely for educational and informational purposes, which may change from time to time for any reason without notice and may contain technical or typographical errors. Although Arguez Hirsch makes reasonable efforts to keep the information contained on this Site current, please note that the information provided is solely as general information, which may or may not reflect the most current legal developments. Accordingly, the information on this Site cannot be promised or guaranteed to be current, accurate or complete. Based on the foregoing you should not act or refrain from acting upon information on this Site without first seeking legal advice from a licensed attorney in your jurisdiction.

Arguez Hirsch makes no warranties, representations or claims of any kind with respect to any of the information on this Site or any other linked website and under no circumstances shall Arguez Hirsch or any of its attorneys, consultants or agents involved in the creation, production or delivery of the information on this Site or any other linked website be liable to you or anyone else for any damages, including but not limited to, special, indirect, incidental or consequential damages of any kind arising from your access or use of information on this Site or any other linked website.


You agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Arguez Hirsch, its attorneys, consultants and agents, from any claims, damages, costs and expenses resulting from your failure to comply with Arguez Hirsch’s Terms & Privacy Policy, and/or from posting or using information on this Site.

Restrictions on Use of Content

Arguez Hirsch owns all materials and intellectual property rights, including but not limited to, copyrights, trademarks, service marks, trade names and trade dress, contained on this Site, unless in the public domain or attributed to another source. Any copying, downloading, republication, retransmission, reproduction, republishing, modification, storing or distribution of all or part of any materials contained on this Site is expressly prohibited, except for your personal, noncommercial use, without prior written approval of Arguez Hirsch.

Links to Other Sites

Please be aware that ahlaw.co may contain links to other websites for your convenience, however it may direct you to other websites that are beyond our control. These other websites may be significantly different from Arguez Hirsch’s Terms & Privacy Policy. Therefore, Arguez Hirsch is not responsible for nor represents, endorses or approves the content, including but not limited to, information, material, products or services contained on or accessible through any such websites. Your linking and use of such websites are done solely at your own risk.

Privacy Policy

Arguez Hirsch is committed to keeping personal information collected on the internet private. However, please note that Arguez Hirsch cannot guarantee that any communication or information transmitted to or from Arguez Hirsch via the Site or e-mail to be kept confidential. Therefore, Arguez Hirsch cannot bear responsibility for the security of such communication or information transmitted via the internet. If confidentiality is desired, please contact Arguez Hirsch at the telephone numbers provided on the Site.

You may visit ahlaw.co without revealing any personally identifiable information. However, at times we may ask you for personally identifiable information such as your name, company/organization, address, phone number and email address in order to correspond with you, respond to your request, register you for one of our events, or subscribe you to our newsletter/publication.

Arguez Hirsch may collect non-personal statistical information about the use of ahlaw.co through “cookies” and other tracking technologies, which provide information such as internet protocol (IP) addresses; internet domain and host names; geographical information; type of web browser and operating system used; any information internet service providers automatically provide; how many visitors have visited a specific page on the Site and how long they’ve remained on that specific page; and dates and times that the Site is accessed. Arguez Hirsch collects this information for internal analysis and marketing/promotional purposes, such as for product development and to determine which areas of the Site visitors are interested in so that we may enhance the Site for visitors. We may aggregate such information to disclose to third parties in connection with such analysis and/or marketing/promotional purposes. However, please be assured that this aggregate data of information will not personally identify visitors to the Site. Arguez Hirsch does reserve the right to use cookies and other tracking technologies to identify visitors when believed it is necessary to comply with applicable laws or legal processes, to enforce compliance with the Site’s policies, or to protect the rights or property of Arguez Hirsch.

Governing Law, Jurisdiction and Waiver of Jury Trial

The Terms & Privacy Policy of Arguez Hirsch shall be exclusively governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Florida, United States, without giving effect to any choice of law principles. Any dispute arising hereunder shall be resolved in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, provided it has subject matter jurisdiction. Otherwise, such disputes shall be resolved before the courts of Broward County, Florida. Each party hereby agrees to waive its right to a jury trial in any legal proceedings.