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Statement of Purpose.
Wage Law is a weblog written by the shareholders of a California law firm that practices in the area of California wage and hour litigation. It was created by the law office of Walsh & Walsh, P.C. so that employees, employers and attorneys could learn more about California 's wage and hour law, as well as, from time to time, the legal services that the firm offers.
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The information provided on Wage Law is not intended to be legal advice, but merely conveys general information related to legal issues commonly encountered. This information is not intended to create any legal relationship between the reader and any attorney. Neither the transmission nor receipt of these website materials will create an attorney-client relationship between sender and receiver. The information is not guaranteed to be correct, complete, or current. We make no warranty, expressed or implied, about the accuracy or reliability of the information at this weblog or at any other weblog or other site to which this site is linked. An attorney-client relationship with Walsh & Walsh, P.C. cannot be formed by reading the information at this weblog. The only way to become a client of the firm is through a mutual agreement in a formal letter or agreement. Though the authors of various posts may offer to answer questions for readers, or to provide evaluations of potential cases for employees located in the State of California , this weblog does not propose any type of transaction. One should not act or rely on any information at this weblog without seeking the advice of an attorney. The determination of whether you need legal services and your choice of a lawyer are important matters that should not be based on a weblog or an advertisement alone. This weblog is offered on an as is, as available basis, and expressly disclaims all warranties, including the warranties of merchantibility or fitness for any particular purpose. Walsh & Walsh, P.C. disclaims any and all responsibility for any loss, injury, claim, liability or damage of any kind arising or resulting from and errors or omissions in this weblog or its content, including, without limitation, technical errors or inaccuracies, outdated content, typographical errors, unavailability.
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