Terms and Conditions

Welcome to CornerstoneLaw.us, a website run by Cornerstone Law Firm, LLC (“Cornerstone Law”). Cornerstone Law provides this website’s information and products subject to the following terms and conditions. By using this website, you (the “User”) agree to these conditions. These Terms and Conditions should be read in conjunction with our Privacy Policy, which constitute a single agreement. Please read them carefully.

  1.  Cookies

A cookie is a small digital file that asks your computer’s permission to remain on your hard drive. It can save information about you to make our site more user-friendly. By using this website, you consent to the capture of information about you, including but not limited to your IP address and preferences on our site.

However, you can also disable the operation of cookies on your web browser. Most browsers will accept the use of cookies automatically, but this can typically be adjusted in your settings. Please understand that disallowing our use of cookies may make your experience less user-friendly.

  1. Copyright Notice

All copyrights to this website and its content are owned by Cornerstone Law. Any copying of this website or use of images or other content found hereon is strictly prohibited without prior written consent of Cornerstone Law. Utilization of “framing” or “pass-through” techniques to enclose or re-use any branding of Cornerstone Law, or of any information on this website is prohibited. This prohibition applies also to meta tags, alt-tags and any other hidden text, tags or attributes which utilize Cornerstone Law’s name or material without the express written consent of Cornerstone Law.

  1. Services Offered are Not Binding Contractual Offer

Any advertisements of services on this website are an “invitation to treat.” This means that services described on this site may change, prices may fluctuate, and the provision of legal services is subject to ethical and practical considerations such that our services cannot be offered to everyone who inquires. Nothing on this website gives the User a binding right to hire Cornerstone Law or to secure a specific service.

  1. Content License

In using this website, you may view its content. However, you may not “strip,” copy or otherwise reproduce the content on this site without prior written permission of Cornerstone Law.

  1. Warranties on Information Disclaimed

Cornerstone Law offers no warranties for information displayed on this website. No warranties, express or implied, are offered on this website or the content offered hereon. Cornerstone Law reserves the right to discontinue or relocate the publication of this website and any content hereon.

In addition, Cornerstone Law, its officers, directors, agents, contractors and employees are not liable, and you agree not to hold any of the same responsible for any damages or losses of any kind, including loss of money, goodwill or reputation, profits, intangible losses, or any special, indirect, or consequential damages resulting directly or indirectly from:

  1. the content you provide (directly or indirectly) using this website;
  2. your use of or your inability to use our website;
  3. any delay or failure in our delivery of products ordered;
  4. viruses or other malicious software obtained by accessing or linking to our website, or any glitches, bugs, errors, or inaccuracies of any kind in our website or delivery of our products;
  5. loss of data submitted to or captured by this website, or unintentional loss of such data to a third party;
  6. the content, actions, or inactions of third parties; or
  7. a suspension or other action taken with respect to your account as discussed in these Terms and Conditions.


  1. Third Party Websites and Plugins

Links to third party websites are not recommendations or endorsements, nor do they warranty the trustworthiness or safety of any third party site. Cornerstone Law maintains no control and accepts no liability regarding content on any third party site, including but not limited to the social media sites linked to on this website.

  1. These Terms and Conditions are Subject to Change

This Agreement is subject to change at any time. You may request notice of this change by emailing FirmAdmin@CornerstoneLaw.us with the subject line, “Subscribe to Website Policy Changes.” We will notify you in email of any subsequent changes to this Agreement.

  1. Entire Agreement

This Agreement, including these Terms and Conditions, along with our Privacy Policy are a “fully integrated agreement”—that is, they contain the entire agreement between you, the User, and Cornerstone Law. This agreement may not be modified by oral statements of Cornerstone Law or the User, and any written statement on the website that contradicts these Agreements is non-binding, and shall not alter this agreement.

  1. Choice of Law, Venue

Cornerstone Law is based in Blandon, Pennsylvania. Accordingly, any dispute arising out of your interaction with Cornerstone Law on this website will be adjudicated in Berks County, Pennsylvania, and the law of Pennsylvania will be applied in the interpretation of this contract. By using this website, you agree to submit to Personal Jurisdiction and Venue in Berks County, Pennsylvania.

  1. All Other Rights Reserved by Cornerstone Law

All rights not expressly granted to you in these Terms and Conditions are reserved and retained by Cornerstone Law.

  1. Our Address

Any questions about these Terms and Conditions should be directed to FirmAdmin@CornerstoneLaw.us. Our physical address is:

Cornerstone Law Firm, LLC

8500 Allentown Pike

Suite 3

Blandon, PA  19510