You’ve probably seen an Email Disclaimer at the bottom of business emails, often stating that you shouldn’t be using the information contained in the email if you’re not the intended recipient.
An Email Disclaimer is a statement, notice, or warning that is added to outgoing emails to limit liability.
Email Disclaimers can help protect your emails from being used incorrectly.
Why Do I Need An Email Disclaimer?
If you’re sending emails with confidential and important information that you want to keep secure, you’ll want to have an Email Disclaimer in place. This will protect your emails from being used incorrectly by the wrong people.
They are generally contained at the bottom of your emails in the footer of your email signature and may include statements regarding confidentiality, security and liability.
For example, if you were sending an email about confidential financial information about your business intended for a colleague, but you accidentally sent it to someone outside of the business, an email disclaimer can help prevent the accidental recipient from wrongfully using any information in the email.
In our Email Disclaimer package, we’ll start with a phone consultation with one of our lawyers who take your instructions, advise your business on any legal issues of importance, and answer any questions you have about the Email Disclaimer.
This will ensure that our lawyers will draft an Email Disclaimer tailored to the requirements of your business.
If you’re ready to get your Email Disclaimer drafted for your business, Sprintlaw has friendly and experienced lawyers that can help you through the legal processes involved!
If you would like a consultation on your options going forward, you can reach us at 1800 730 617 or email@example.com for a free, no-obligations chat.
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