Terms of Use

It is assumed that you accept the Terms of Use (“Terms”) by accessing and browsing this website or any other internet presence of Gao Law (“Sites”). The Terms may be updated from time to time, and it is your responsibility to check for the updates. Please read these Terms of Use as well as the Privacy Policy. If you do not agree to be bound by the Terms of Use and the Privacy Policy, please do not access or use the Sites.

​No Legal Advice​

The information provided on the Sites is for general information only, and is not legal advice and should not be taken as substitute for legal or professional services, including but not limited to, advice and opinions. Please seek appropriate legal or professional advice for your particular matter.​

No Lawyer-Client Relationship

​No lawyer-client relationship or any other relationship is created by your merely accessing or using the Sites in any way or your contacting anyone at Gao Law Professional Corporation.


​You use the Sites at your own risk. Although Gao Law strive to ensure the accuracy and currency of the information on the Sites, Gao Law does not in any way guarantee or warrant the same and shall not be held liable for any information provided on the Sites.

​Intellectual Property

​The content on the Sites is owned by Gao Law or others who have permitted Gao Law to display their content. The content is protected by various Intellectual Property rights, Canadian or international, including but not limited to, copyright, trademark, domain name, design, registered or otherwise.

​Third Party Websites

​This website may contain links to third party websites that are not under control by Gao Law. You access such websites at your own risk. Gao law neither endorses nor guarantees nor warrants the third party websites or the information provided there in any way.


​You are granted a personal, revocable, limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable license to access and use the Sites conditioned on your continued acceptance of, and compliance with, these Terms of Use.


​E-mail communication and contact through the Sites are generally not secure. Gao Law cannot guarantee the security of the information sent through email or the Sites.​


​If any provision on the Sites is deemed unenforceable, invalid or void by a competent authority, such provision shall be limited to the minimum extent as necessary and the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect.