CSA’s web site contains information, not legal advice so do not rely on it or construe it as such.  CSA is not responsible for its accuracy, how it may or may not apply to your unique situation and it is your responsibility to engage an attorney for legal advice.  Every three years Title 24 of the Building Code changes, and the ADA changes to.  The Courts render decisions about the law as it changes frequently. This website is not intended to report the changes, or report advice as to its applicability to you and/or advice upon which you can rely regarding the status of the law and analysis of your situation, and/or outcome.

The information in this website does not create an attorney-client relationship. Do not send sensitive information to us over the internet. To establish a contractual relationship with CSA, you would need to talk  to an attorney at CSA, they must run a “conflict of interests checklist,” you need to execute a written contract that we mutually agreed upon, and provide a retainer fee.  That initial conversation also does not establish a professional attorney-client relationship unless those actions are taken and the relationship is in writing. Nothing that is verbally stated to you by an attorney here, or staff member can create an attorney-client relationship, and you must be responsible for meeting your deadlines.

Nothing in this website impliedly and/or expressly creates an attorney-client relationship with you. If CSA receives and reads an email submitted by you, it also does not constitute any attorney-client relationship.  Please do not email us as we need a telephone conversation to run a conflict of interest check.

Nothing in this website shall expressly or impliedly guarantee a positive outcome with your matter. Though we have been successful, we do not always win, or settle pursuant to your goals due to factors beyond our control such as Judges, the facts, activity by you and/or others, financial limitations by you to fully litigate the matter.  No attorney can guarantee an outcome. We live in an imperfect world. This website does not represent that the quality of our legal services are better than other attorney’s.

If you use information in this website, then you assume your own risks. For example, we have a resource page for you to find ADA Access regulations and/or to learn about Employment Law. Such is provided as alternative information but used at your own risk.  CSA does not endorse those websites or links to government or private websites, nor does CSA guarantee the accuracy of said information contained therein. We do not approve of their information, endorse it, recommend it, sponsor them or any resource we list. Users needing legal advice should always hire a professional attorney before relying on information posted on any website, including this one. We expressly mean retaining an attorney with experience and knowledge in the law for which your problem exists.  For example, the ADA and California disabled access laws and regulations are complex, and involve various and different interpretations by the courts, CASp experts, experts and attorneys. It is subject to grey areas and different legal interpretations.  CSA cautions you about relying on a non-attorney ADA expert or non-attorney CASp person’s interpretations of the law because they are not professional lawyers licensed to practice law in the State of California.  However, working with both an attorney and CASp may be safer.