Disclaimer

Attorneys at Law “Stepanovski, Papakul and Partners” (hereinafter – SPP) websites are intended for informational purposes only. Nothing in the website is to be considered as either creating an attorney-client relationship between the reader and SPP, or as rendering of legal advice for any specific matter. Readers are responsible for obtaining such advice from their own legal counsel.

Website Disclaimer

No client or other reader should act or refrain from acting on the basis of any information contained in SPP websites without seeking appropriate legal or other professional advice on the particular facts and circumstances at issue. SPP accepts no responsibility for loss which may arise from accessing or reliance on information contained on SPP website. SPP hereby expressly disclaims, to the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, any and all liability with respect to acts or omissions made by clients or other readers on the basis on such information.

SPP websites may contain links to external websites. SPP is not responsible for the content or operation of any such external websites.

Some of the content of SPP websites may constitute attorney advertising with the meaning of applicable law.

E-mail Disclaimer

NOTICE: If you have received an e-mail from SPP, the e-mail message itself and all the attachments transmitted with it are intended solely for the use of the addressee and may contain legally privileged and confidential information. If the reader of the message is not the intended recipient, or an employee or agent responsible for delivering the message to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution, copying, or other use of the message or its attachments is strictly prohibited. If you have received a message in error, please notify the sender immediately by replying to the message and please delete it from your computer.

PLEASE NOTE that all incoming e-mails will be automatically scanned by us and by an external service provider to eliminate unsolicited promotional e-mails (“spam”). This could result in deletion of a legitimate e-mail before it is read by its intended recipient at our firm. Please tell us if you have concerns about this automatic filtering.

Information About Fraudulent E-mails and Phone Calls Referencing SPP

SPP is one of the largest and most prominent law firms in Belarus, employing dozens of lawyers and support staff. The prominence of our firm unfortunately attracts individuals who falsely claim to work for SPP and/or use our firm’s name to advance fraudulent schemes against third parties.

Scams and other security risks are rampant on the Internet, and we recommend you to take steps to protect the security of your information. While we routinely report such scams to law enforcement authorities, the nature and volume of these misrepresentations makes it impossible for our firm to prevent the misuse of SPP’s name and the names of our lawyers.

What You Should Do

To report a potential e-mail scam, we recommend you contact us immediately at info@spplaw.by.

If you receive a threatening telephone call from someone claiming to be from SPP, we recommend:

  • Attempt to independently verify the legitimacy of the caller’s identify, including for example by contacting SPP (+375 17 288 1313).
  • Do not send the caller any money.
  • Do not give the caller any personal or financial information about yourself, for example, your bank accounts or credit card numbers.

If you receive a suspicious e-mail referencing our firm:

  • Do not open or click on the links contained in the e-mail.
  • Do not open or download any attachments to the e-mail.
  • Do not respond to the email in any way or provide any personal information in reply to the e-mail.
  • Do not send any money in response to the e-mail.
  • Delete the message from your e-mail account.

If you have questions about the security of your computer or suspect the security of your computer has been compromised, we recommend you contact your computer manufacturer or your Internet service provider.

SPP is aware that its firm name and the names of some of its lawyers and employees have been falsely used by corrupt SPP third persons in scams intended to victimize third parties. Neither the firm nor its lawyers and employees can accept any responsibility for the criminal conduct of a third person.

Copyright and Reproduction Notice

Copyright © 2011 — 2017 Stepanovski, Papakul and Partners. All rights reserved. The content of the SPP websites is protected under international copyright conventions and national copyright laws. Reproduction of reasonable portions of the content of the websites is permitted provided that (I) such reproductions are made available free of charge and for non-commercial purposes, (II) such reproductions are properly attributed to SPP, (III) the portion of the websites being reproduced is not altered or made available in a manner that modifies the content of the websites or presents the portion of the websites being reproduced in a false light and (IV) notice is made to the disclaimers included on the SPP website. The permission to recopy does not allow for incorporation of any substantial portion of the websites in any work or publication, whether in hard copy, electronic or any other form or for commercial purposes.

Kseniya Kuchuro
16 Kuibyshev Street, 4th Floor
220029 Minsk, Belarus
E-mail: k.kuchuro@spplaw.by