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Unsolicited documents and information sent to Klemp & Stanton, PLLP (the “Law Firm”) or any member or employee of the Law Firm by any method or means of delivery by persons who are not clients of the Law Firm are not subject to any duty of privacy or confidentiality on the part of the Law Firm. You should not send any private or confidential information to the Law Firm until the Law Firm has recognized that such relationship has been formed.

Time-sensitive documents and information should not be sent to the Law Firm via email, facsimile transmission or other means of delivery without first notifying the intended recipient in person and/or via telephone that such time-sensitive documents and/or information is forthcoming.

Any description or information indicating a focus, concentration or emphasis of a practice area by an attorney does not mean that any agency, board or governing authority has certified such attorney as a specialist or expert in a specific practice area, nor does it mean that such attorney is necessarily any more expert or competent than any other attorney. Membership in any professional association does not mean that an attorney is a specialist or expert in any particular area of the law, nor does it mean that such attorney is necessarily more expert or competent than any other attorney. All clients of the Law Firm or potential clients of the Law Firm are urged to make their own independent investigation and evaluation of any attorney being considered.

The information on the Law Firm web site has been prepared by the Law Firm solely for informational purposes and does not constitute legal advice in any way. The Law Firm does not accept requests for legal advice over the internet, and the Law Firm urges you not to rely on any information contained in or on the Law Firm web site when evaluating any specific legal issues you may have without seeking the advice and counsel of a licensed and qualified legal professional.

Your use of the Law Firm web site and/or sending email to the Law Firm or to one of our attorneys does not create or establish an attorney-client relationship in any way. An attorney-client relationship is not created except by a written acknowledgment of such an engagement signed by an attorney member of the Law Firm. Do not send or email the Law Firm or any of its attorneys or staff members any documents or information about your legal issues until you speak to one of our attorneys and have obtained authorization to do so. The Law Firm will not consider or treat any unsolicited emails, documents or information sent to the Law Firm or to any of our attorneys or staff members to be confidential. The Law Firm reserves the unconditional right to disclose or use any such unsolicited e-mails, document or information for any purpose.

To the extent that any professional rules require, the Law Firm designates its principal offices as 2295 Waters Drive, Mendota Heights, Minnesota 55120, and the attorney responsible for this web site is D. Scott Klemp, the Managing Partner of the Law Firm.


An attorney-client relationship with any of the Law Firm’s attorneys represents an attorney-client relationship with the Law Firm and all of its attorneys. Such a relationship is not established until after this Law Firm first completes an internal review for conflicts of interest that might preclude such an attorney-client relationship. Until an attorney-client relationship is established, documents provided to and information communicated to the Law Firm should be limited to the accurate identification of the potential client and all related and opposing parties pertinent to the subject matter.

To ensure compliance with requirements imposed by the Internal Revenue Service in Circular 230, we inform you that, unless we expressly state otherwise in this communication (including any attachments), any tax advice contained in this communication is not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used, for the purpose of: (i) avoiding penalties under the Internal Revenue Code; or (ii) promoting, marketing or recommending to another party any transaction or other matters addressed herein.


Communications to anyone in the Law Firm of information pertaining to yourself, your business or your personal affairs will not be protected under the attorney-client privilege unless and until an attorney-client relationship has been established.


The Law Firm does not sell or rent your information to any third party. By providing any personal or business information to us on this web site, however, you do consent to the collection, use and disclosure of that information in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

If you browse through the Law Firm web site or download information, our server may automatically collect certain information. This information includes the: (a) name of the domain and host from which you access the internet; (b) browser software you use and your operating system; and (c) internet address of the web site from which you linked directly to the Law Firm web site. We will use information that we automatically collect to manage and improve our web site to make it as useful as possible for guests like you. None of the information we automatically collect is tied to other personal information you may provide to us in accordance with this IMPORTANT NOTICE.

The Law Firm only gathers and retains personal or business information that you have voluntarily submitted. For example, if you choose to complete and submit one of the forms located on our web site to provide or receive information, we will retain the information you submit to process and respond to your inquiry or request. After that response, the information you submitted will be retained for our records. We will not disclose the identifying information you provide to us without your consent, except: (a) as required by law or judicial process; (b) to our independent contractors who host and maintain our website and email services; and (c) to service providers or suppliers if the disclosure will enable that party to perform business, professional or technical support for the Law Firm. If we change the manner in which we use or retain personal or business information you provide to us, we will update this Privacy Policy.

Unless you opt out of receiving such materials, we may send you information by email or postal mail to the address(es) you submit to us through the Law Firm web site or otherwise. Such information may include newsletters, notifications of changes in the law or other information that may interest you.

A cookie is a small text file that a web site can place on your computer’s hard drive for record keeping or other administrative purposes. We do not presently use cookies on this web site; however, cookies may be used at certain sites accessible through links on this web site, and we reserve the right to do so at any time in the future.

The Law Firm does not endorse and is not responsible for the information, practices or privacy policies of web sites operated by others that may be linked to or from our web site. If you decide to access a third party’s web site that may be linked to or from this web site, you should first familiarize yourself with that web site’s privacy policy.

If you have questions or concerns about how the Law Firm uses the personal or business information you submit on this web site or about this Privacy Policy, please contact us at www.klemp-stanton.com.

We may change, modify, alter or update this Privacy Policy at any time, so we encourage you to review this policy regularly. The Law Firm will not provide individual notice to you of changes to this Privacy Policy, but the date of the most recent revision will be stated in the policy.