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Miller Proctor Law PLLC values your trust and handles information about you with care. It is our policy to restrict access to personal information about you. To protect your personal information, Miller Proctor Law PLLC maintains physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to avoid unauthorized disclosure.
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- g. Binding Arbitration. Any and all disputes between both parties arising out of or otherwise relating to this Agreement and its implementation will be settled solely and exclusively by arbitration in Washington, DC, United States of America, pursuant to the J.A.M.S/ENDISPUTE’s Streamlined Arbitration Rules and Procedures then in effect. Any decision rendered shall be final and conclusive upon both parties and a judgment thereon may be enforced in any court having jurisdiction. All costs incurred in arbitrating a dispute shall be shared in proportion to the parties’ respective amounts of liability. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Miller Proctor Law PLLC shall have the right to institute an action in any court or tribunal in the event you infringe Miller Proctor Law PLLC’s proprietary rights or breach your restricted use obligations.
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