Terms of Use

The material on the Amherst Mediation Services web site is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice or as creating an attorney-client relationship. We request that users of the site contact us by phone and speak to one of our mediators before sending us any confidential information. Under the Rules of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, this material may be considered advertising.

Intellectual Property: All marks, logos and content of the Amherst Mediation Services (AMS) web site are proprietary to AMS. AMS grants users of the site limited, non-exclusive permission to download and make printouts of the information they view for personal, non-commercial purposes only, provided they do not change or delete any proprietary notices from the materials downloaded or printed out, or distribute any of these materials without attribution to AMS. For permission to redistribute, retransmit, publish, or republish any material from the AMS web site for purposes other than personal and non-commercial, please contact Oran Kaufman. (Note that if any material on this site is identified as proprietary to anyone other than AMS or as being used by AMS with permission, permission must be obtained from that source prior to any reprint or redistribution.)

Internet Links:  Links to websites or web pages operated by third parties are provided solely as a convenience to you. Such linked sites are not under our control, and we are not responsible for the contents of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site. Our firm makes no representation or warranty and assumes no liability or responsibility for other websites or web pages and/or their content.

Privacy: AMS respects your privacy. We do not use information about who visits our web site to contact people and we do not share this information with others.

Since any electronic communication between you and our attorneys through this website will not be privileged or confidential, it may be disclosed to other persons and may not be secure. Accordingly, please do not send any e-mail to the firm that contains confidential or sensitive information without first speaking with one of our attorneys and receiving permission to do so.