Farrant LLC (“Farrant”) is a Limited Liability Company under the laws of Puerto Rico.
The materials on this web site may be considered attorney advertising in some jurisdictions. Our materials are for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. Your use of our web site does not create an attorney-client relationship between Farrant and you. While we are grateful that you contacted us, merely reaching out to us does not create an attorney-client relationship until an agreement has been reached between you and Farrant to handle a particular matter.
The hiring of an attorney is an important decision. It should not be based solely upon advertisements. The jurisdictions where we are licensed to practice are listed on our attorneys’ bios. Prior results do not guarantee similar outcomes. When the results achieved in a case are mentioned in our website, that result depended on the facts of that specific case. This means that results may differ if there are different facts.
Given that unsolicited confidential information may not be subject to an attorney-client privilege and may not be treated as confidential, you should not send us confidential information without first speaking to our attorneys and receiving authorization to provide confidential information. Receipt of unsolicited confidential information will not disqualify the firm from representing another party in any matter to which the information relates. Farrant will also have no duty to keep any such information confidential prior to the formation of an attorney-client relationship.
We advice you to not take legal actions based on the information in this website without first talking to a licensed attorney. To the extent permitted by law, Farrant disclaims liability to any person for any loss that may arise from relying upon or using information in this site. Although the information in this website is intended to be current and accurate, it is not guaranteed or promised to be current, accurate or complete. This site may contain links to other web sites. Farrant makes no guarantees or promises regarding these websites and does not necessarily endorse or approve their content.
This website, our name and logos are protected under law. You may print a copy of any part of this website for your own personal, noncommercial use, but may not copy any part of our website for any other purpose. If you wish to include parts of this website on another website by linking, framing or otherwise, please seek our express permission beforehand.
If you click on a “view as a web page” link in an email, a session cookie may be recorded by us so that the web page is personalized in the same way as the email.
If you click on any web link, we may record a session cookie and automatically log such activity in our database.
If you click “unsubscribe,” we will automatically log this information on our database. If you unsubscribe from any email invitation or alert, we will continue to store your personal data on a “marketing suppression list” so as to record your preferences.
In our event invitations and confirmations, we provide buttons to allow you to accept, decline, register, or cancel. Clicking these buttons will generate session cookies and your choice will be recorded in our database to help us manage the event.
Sharing Your Information
Farrant does not sell or otherwise share personal information with third-party marketers. You do not need to take any action to prevent disclosure.
We do not disclose any nonpublic personal information about clients, prospective clients, or former clients except as required or permitted by law; as required to provide services to our clients; or in limited situations in which we must defend our legal rights. Under US law, we are generally permitted to disclose nonpublic personal information under certain circumstances such as:
(a) when you authorize us to do so;
(b) when disclosure is necessary to carry out a transaction that you requested;
(c) pursuant to our or a third party’s legitimate interests, provided that your fundamental rights and freedoms do not outweigh that interest; or
(d) to comply with a properly authorized subpoena or similar legal process.
Even if applicable law permits us to disclose your nonpublic personal information, we will not disclose such information unless we are permitted to do so under the Rules of Professional Conduct of Puerto Rico or another applicable jurisdiction.
Unlike other persons who handle your personal information, attorneys are subject to ethical rules. These rules limit how we can disclose information obtained while representing a client. As attorneys, we are bound by these ethical rules. This means that, even if the law would allow us to disclose nonpublic information about you, we will not do so if disclosure would violate these ethical rules.