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Law Office Of John N. Tasolides | Legal Notices

Legal Notices

The information on this website is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice on any matter.

Receipt and/or transmission of information contained on this website, in whole or in part, or communication with the Law Office of John N. Tasolides through the Internet or e-mail through this website does not create or constitute an attorney-client relationship between us and any recipient.

Do not send any confidential information in response to this website. Such responses will not create a lawyer-client relationship, and whatever you disclose to us will not be confidential or privileged unless we have agreed to act as your legal counsel and you have executed a written engagement/retainer agreement with the Law Office of John N. Tasolides. 


The material on this website may not reflect the most current legal developments. The content and interpretation of the law addressed herein is subject to revision. We disclaim all liability in respect to actions taken or not taken based on any or all the contents of this site to the fullest extent permitted by law. Do not act or refrain from acting upon this information without seeking professional legal counsel.


Some of the material on this website may constitute attorney advertising within the meaning of sections 1200.1 and 1200.6-8 of Title 22 of the New York Codes, Rules and Regulatory Attorney Advertising Regulations. 

The following statement is made on this website in accordance with those rules: ATTORNEY ADVERTISING; PRIOR RESULTS DO NOT GUARANTEE A SIMILAR OUTCOME 



Media posted on our social media channels and/or our website is intended for a general overview and discussion of the subjects dealt with and does not create an attorney-client relationship. It is not intended to be, and should not be used as, a substitute for obtaining legal advice in any given situation. 

The Law Office of John N. Tasolides will accept no responsibility for any actions taken or not taken based on this publication. All web posts, articles, blogs and any other media published by The Law Office of John N. Tasolides remain our copyright and all rights are reserved. 


Testimonials, endorsements, ratings or similar content appearing or linked to this website do not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter. 


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Fraudulent Use of the John N. Tasolides, Esq. Brand

Like many other reputable law firms, John N. Tasolides, Esq. brand and the names of our attorneys or staff may be used in connection with fraudulent schemes, including fraudulent emails, letters or phone calls. These scams may take many forms and are subject to constant change. In some cases, they may be seeking personal or confidential information, in others they may be requesting advance payment or debt settlement. Recent examples include the following:

Inheritance, or legal services, fraud

Third parties often impersonate lawyers to deceive the public to pay in advance for legal services, often in relation to a possible inheritance. These schemes often involve claims that a ‘a relative’ with the same surname as the recipient has died, and the scammer claims to be an attorney who can help secure the inheritance and requests payment of an advance legal fee. Our office, like other legitimate law firms does not market our services in this manner.

Fraudulent Emails Alert

Scammers often claim to be or act on behalf of attorneys using fraudulent internet domains.

The criminals impersonate the attorneys by using email addresses that incorporate the name of the lawyer or law firm using email addresses provided by Gmail, Outlook, Hotmail or Yahoo. John N. Tasolides, Esq. does not use Gmail, Outlook, Hotmail or Yahoo email addresses. Please check for the use of email addresses associated with fraudulent domains, as described above. Legal communications from John N. Tasolides, Esq. attorneys and staff will only originate from

Steps you can take:

Be cautious when you receive unusual or unexpected phone, email or other communications, especially where they include the characteristics described above.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation, (FBI), the Federal Trade Commission website and local police departments have published advice of the steps you can take to protect yourself from becoming a victim of the frauds which are commonly targeted at law firms and their clients.

We recommend that you report fraudulent correspondence to your email or telephone provider and do not respond to it. You can also report the incident to the Federal Trade Commission, or your local police.

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