RIAA Barker Gillette (UK) LLP is a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales with registered number OC307915. Our registered office and trading address is 11-12 Wigmore Place, London W1U 2LU. RIAA Barker Gillette (UK) LLP is registered in the UK for VAT purposes under registration number 854092617. RIAA Barker Gillette is a trading name for distinct legal entities in different jurisdictions.
RIAA Barker Gillette (UK) LLP is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority of England and Wales.
All references to “RIAA Barker Gillette (UK) LLP”, “RIAA Barker Gillette”, “the LLP”, “the firm”, “we”, “us” or “our” means RIAA Barker Gillette (UK) LLP, its affiliated firms or businesses.
We try to ensure the accuracy of all the content published on this web site. However, the information materials and opinions contained on our website are for general information purposes only and are not intended to be a substitute for specific legal advice. You should obtain specific legal advice before taking or refraining from taking any action.
Except as required by law the LLP does not accept any responsibility and shall not be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever, whether in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise arising from reliance on information materials and opinions published on our website or from any interruption or delay in access to our website for whatever reason.
We do not make any representations or give any warranties or undertakings in relation to the content of our website in relation to the quality, accuracy, completeness or fitness for purpose of such content or service.
For specific legal advice, please contact your main contact at the LLP. If you are not a client of the LLP, please email Alex Deal who will pass your enquiry on to the right person(s).
The Online Dispute Resolution website is an official website managed by the European Commission dedicated to helping online consumers and traders to resolve their disputes out-of-court. The site is available to consumers and traders inside the EU. For further information, please visit http://ec.europa.eu/odr. Should a complaint arise, our email address for service is UK@riaabg.com.
The content of emails sent by the LLP, its members and staff (including any attachments) is confidential to the intended recipients and may be legally privileged and protected by law; if forwarded, that privilege may be lost. Unauthorised use, disclosure, publication or copying of any email sent by the LLP or its members and staff and any attachments to them is prohibited. If you receive an email from the LLP in error, please notify us by return email and delete the original email from your server. We may monitor any communication entering or leaving our systems for quality control or compliance purposes and use spam filters. We believe, but do not warrant, that our emails and any attachments are virus free but recommend that recipients carry out their own virus checks. E-mail may be corrupted, intercepted or amended and the LLP does not accept any liability for the contents received unless they are the same as sent by us. Opinions, conclusions and other information in any emails sent by members and staff of the LLP (including any attachments) which do not relate to the business of the LLP are neither given nor endorsed by it, unless otherwise expressly agreed in writing:
- any email sent by the LLP, its members and staff (including any attachments) do not constitute an offer capable of acceptance, and do not form the whole or part of any binding or enforceable offer, acceptance or contract;
- the sender has no authority to enter into any contract on behalf of the LLP; and
- the LLP does not accept service of documents for itself or its clients by email.
With your consent, the LLP will send you marketing material containing information about our products and services. If, having provided your consent, you decide you do not wish to receive such information, please ensure that you opt-out of receiving such information as appropriate by:
- clicking on an email unsubscribe link of any email sent to you; or
- writing to Marketing, RIAA Barker Gillette (UK) LLP, 11-12 Wigmore Place, London W1U 2LU or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are the owner or the licensee of all intellectual property rights in our site, and in the material published on it. Those works are protected by copyright laws and treaties around the world. All such rights are reserved. No form of distribution or making available to the public (whether in print or electronic form) of any of this web site’s contents is allowed without the prior written consent of one of the members of the LLP.
Cyber-crime is on the increase and law firms and their clients are being targeted. We take our responsibilities very seriously, which is why we employ up to date security measures to minimise the risk of you and the LLP becoming victims. One way criminals try to steal money is to hack into legitimate emails passing between a law firm and its clients and then try to convince the client that the law firm has changed its bank account details, to get the client to transfer money to the criminal’s bank account. If you ever receive an email or other correspondence saying we have changed our bank account details you MUST contact us before transferring any money to the “new” account, as it is almost certain to be a fraud.
We use your personal information to provide you with our services, to inform you of relevant news (such as firm-related announcements and forthcoming events) and legal developments and to invite you to events.
Any information automatically retrieved from visitors to our web site, such as site browsing patterns, will only be used in aggregate form (so that no individual users are identified) to manage our relationship with our web site services provider and analyse site traffic.
You may have a right to access personal information we hold about you or object to our processing of it. If you have any requests or queries concerning your personal information, please email email@example.com or telephone 020 7636 0555 and ask to speak to a partner.
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Wi-Fi access is granted for legitimate business purposes only. Incidental personal use is permissible provided it is in full compliance with these conditions or any equal opportunities or data protection legislation or regulation.
No person shall access any webpages or files (whether emails, documents, images or other) which could in any way be regarded as illegal, offensive, in bad taste or immoral both in and outside the UK. If any person (whether intended to view the page or not), might be offended by the contents of a page or file, or if the fact that the LLP’s software has been used to access the page or file, might constitute a source of embarrassment to the LLP if made public, then viewing that page or file will be a breach of these conditions of use.
When visiting a webpage, devices such as cookies, tags and web beacons may be employed to enable the site owner to identify and monitor visitors. If the webpage is of the variety set out below, such marker could be a source of embarrassment to the LLP, especially if inappropriate material has been accessed, downloaded, stored or forwarded. Such actions may amount to a criminal offence. Therefore, under no circumstances should the LLP’s systems be used to participate in any internet chat rooms, or to post messages on any internet message boards or set up or log text or information on any blog or wiki.
As outlined above, misuse of the internet may constitute a criminal offence. Therefore, inappropriate use of the internet by way of, but not exclusive to, participating in online gambling or chain letters or by creating, viewing, accessing, transmitting or downloading any of the following material will amount to a breach of these conditions and is unauthorised:
- pornographic material (that is, writing, pictures, films and video clips of a sexually explicit or arousing nature);
- offensive, obscene, or criminal material or material which is liable to cause embarrassment to the LLP or its clients;
- a false and defamatory statement about any person or organisation;
- material which is discriminatory, offensive, derogatory or may cause embarrassment to others;
- confidential information about the LLP or any of the LLP’s staff or clients (which you do not have authority to access);
- any other statement which is likely to create any liability (whether criminal or civil, and whether to you or the LLP); or
- material in breach of copyright.
Where evidence of unauthorised use or other misuse is found we WILL undertake a detailed investigation involving the examination and disclosure of monitoring records and, if necessary, such information may be handed to the police or other law enforcement agencies in connection with and in support of any criminal investigation or subsequent criminal proceedings.
In addition, all civil law rights and remedies arising out of any unauthorised use, misuse or use in breach of these conditions are express reserved.
Finally, please note that the LLP and its members and partners, accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage to equipment or data (or any other form of loss) caused directly or indirectly by its use, on any occasion, including but not limited to the opening of corrupt or damaging attachments and/or webpages.