|At Connaghan Newberry, in Las Vegas, Nevada, we represent clients throughout Clark County, including North Las Vegas and Henderson.
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Note also that sending an e-mail to our office does not create an attorney-client relationship, and none will
be formed unless there is an expressed agreement between the firm and the client. Thus, we strongly advise
against sending confidential or privileged information to us until you can establish such a relationship.
Furthermore, we advise against sending privileged or confidential information through e-mail at all, since we
can in no way ensure the security of your e-mail.
Some jurisdictions would consider the materials appearing on this website to constitute advertising. The
decision to hire a lawyer should not be based on the written information appearing on this website about the
qualifications and experience of this firm and its members. You may contact our firm to obtain a
biographical form for each attorney pursuant to the Nevada Rules of Professional Conduct.
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sources of information, and are not to be construed as being endorsed by or affiliated with our office.
Connaghan Newberry does not imply that it is legally authorized to use any trade name, registered
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Connaghan Newberry has sought to comply with all legal and ethical requirements in creating this website.
Connaghan Newberry in no way seeks to use this website in any way as to represent anyone in a state where
this site may fail to comply with the laws and ethical requirements of that state.
Although e-mail use is a common means of communication, attorneys have an obligation to advise potential
clients, as well as clients about the potential consequences of utilizing a work e-mail account or work
computer, or of using an employer-issued cellphone or tablet for attorney-client communications.
These consequences include the possibility that the employer can access e-mails or texts sent to counsel
from such accounts. Many employers have policies which permit employer access to e-mail sent by an
employee from a work computer or e-mail account. Some policies may also include communications sent
from a personal e-mail account via a device provided by the employer, such as a cellular phone or tablet.
Courts are divided as to whether an employer should be able to access attorney-client communications sent
by an employee under these circumstances.
Potential Clients and Clients must also be aware of issues that might arise from the use of a public computer
(such as in libraries or coffee shops), or a shared computer to communicate with counsel, due to the
possibility that a third party could access the communication. Not only may third parties be able to access e-
mail sent from such computers, but also these communications may not be considered privileged, because
there may not be a reasonable expectation of privacy for communications sent from a shared computer.
Accordingly, Connaghan|Newberry Law Firm provides this disclaimer to all potential clients, as well as
clients to ensure that it is understood that there may not be a reasonable expectation of privacy in such e-
mail communications. Connaghan|Newberry Law Firm recommends that all potential clients and clients
familiarize themselves with their employer’s policies and should stress that no messages should be sent to
counsel from a work e-mail address or computer.
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