who or what is ADR Associates?
ADR Associates is a trading style of C&C Legal Ltd.
rights in the ADR Associates website
All rights in the content of our website adrassociates.co.uk and all subdomains belong to us or third parties and you are allowed to print it off for personal use only. Otherwise, we reserve all rights in the website.
linking to our website
We’re usually delighted when people want to link to our website. We only ask that you check with us first before doing so and we may in rare cases ask you not to.
links to other websites
Given the nature of ADR Associates, our website links to many other websites. We have no control over those websites and we are not large enough to be able to vet companies we link to so we’re sorry but we can’t accept responsibility for whatever happens when you use those websites or the services or goods of the website owners. Nor can we get involved in any disputes between you and third parties, though if you care to tell us a little about it please let us know as we are always interested in anything that may help our visitors/members in future. If so, please use our contact us form.
responsible behaviour on our website
That means making sure that you act appropriately when using our referral links listed under the Affiliation tab. Also when using the contact form or engage with our services, that you agree to pay us in full for any costs or liabilities we incur in defending ourselves against claims or potential claims by third parties and in taking action to enforce our rights.
Acting responsibly means making sure that you don’t do anything which may damage our reputation or our ability to bring you the benefits of this website. In particular, we ask you not to do or post anything that may be illegal or unlawful, insulting, offensive, discriminatory, defamatory, stalking, in breach of anyone else’s rights – we are under no duty to but reserve the right to edit or withdraw any material we (in our opinion and without justification) think may be in breach of these terms or their spirit.
protecting us, protecting you!
Part of our responsibility to you is to take reasonable steps to ensure you are not affected by any devices that may interfere with the use of your computer in any way. We do this by having all material we upload passed through an up-to-date virus detection and prevention software programme. However, no programme of this nature can be 100% effective, so we do not accept responsibility for any losses you incur as a result of such a device that you may encounter on our website. We strongly urge you (a) to keep regular full systems and data backups to allow you to rebuild your system in the unlikely event of an attack and (b) to make sure you have an up-to-date virus detection and protection software programme on all computers that could be affected by such a device if one were to get through.
nature of our content
This information is general and we therefore hope you appreciate that it is therefore not to be taken as advice, so any loss you incur as a result of relying on any information on our site is not something we will compensate you for. This clause limits our liability to you – for the avoidance of doubt, please note that no exclusion of liability on our part is intended to exclude our liability for death and personal injury arising from the negligence of ADR Group UK and its employees.
accuracy of our content
All material published is accurate at the date of publication Therefore, if anything becomes inaccurate or misleading we are not responsible to you for it even though it is on our website – it is a matter for you and the relevant goods or service provider. However, as we have said above, if you care to tell us a little about something that is misleading, please let us know as we are always interested in anything that may help our visitors and clients in future. If so, please use our contact us form.
privacy – use of your personal data
We are committed that you will be very pleased with our website but in the unlikely event that you are in any way unhappy with our website or have suggestions for its improvement, we are always keen to hear about it so we can hopefully resolve the matter or at least learn from the experience, so please use our contact us form.
Formal notices should be served on us via the contact us form or where you can ask for a physical address.
law & jurisdiction
Our terms are governed by and will be interpreted according to English law and in the unlikely event of a dispute we ask that we attempt to resolve the matter first through open discussion, then, if necessary, through mediation and as a last resort through the exclusive jurisdiction of English courts of law.