Notices & Privacy


Not many people read the “Notice” or “disclaimer” sections of web sites but it’s an appropriate place to state some obvious (or, to some, not so obvious) points. Lawyers have professional and ethical obligations and, in the interest of transparency, what follows needs to be stated.

Site Does Not Provide Legal Advice

This web site presents general information about Michael Power and the topics addressed in his blog, Dot Indicia. The content of this web site is not intended as legal advice, and any information found on this site should not be considered or relied upon as such. This web site is not intended to be advertising or a solicitation of legal services.

It is important to note that your use of this web site does not create a solicitor-client relationship. Such a relationship only develops when I, Michael Power, agree to be retained to provide services. Accordingly, in order to protect their interests, individuals or organizations should not send confidential information via this web site. Any transmission of confidential information may not be protected under rules of privilege.

No Warranties

Because we live in a rapidly changing world, the materials appearing on this website are not guaranteed to be correct, complete, or up-to-date. It is published “as is” without warranties of any kind, all of which are expressly disclaimed. To emphasize the point, you are solely responsible for any actions taken, or not taken, based on your use of this web site.


Links to web sites operated by third parties may appear on this site. They are intended solely for convenience in identifying and accessing other sources of information, and such sites, their operators or content are not to be construed as being endorsed by, or affiliated with, Michael Power, unless expressly identified as such.


© 2010, Michael Power. All content of this web site is the property of Michael Power or third parties and is protected by intellectual property laws. No part of this content may be sold or used in any way without permission, except that any material created by Michael Power may be used, and is licensed, under a Creative Commons Canada license.


As a member of the legal profession, Michael Power has an ethical obligation to maintain the confidentiality of client information received during the course of a solicitor-client relationship. In addition, as a practicing lawyer engaged in commercial activities, he is accountable to comply with obligations imposed by personal information protection laws in Canada that may apply to his activities, principally the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). Michael Power has prepared this Privacy Statement, which describes how he will comply with those obligations with respect to personal information under his custody or control.