2. A disclaimer for your website or mobile app (1)
is often the best way to address specific points
of liability that could fall outside a Terms and
(1) Link to https://termsfeed.com/disclaimer/generator/
12. Intertek legal disclaimer page (3) explains that
it provides the best information possible but will
not be held liable if the user does not enjoy the
(3) Link to http://www.intertek.com/legal/
18. People will search on Google their symptoms before making a
doctor’s appointment. This makes disclaimers regarding the
effectiveness of online medical information you provide
through a website/app sadly necessary.
The last thing your company needs is to face a lawsuit due to
misuse of your information.
20. People rely on professional advice and often do not
make the distinction between hiring a professional
and reading an expert’s blog.
This is especially true for attorneys.
21. Lexblog (4) is a service offered by
Lexis (5) that gives law firms a platform
for their blogs. Each of the blogs on
that service includes this disclaimer:
(4) Link to https://www.lexblog.com/
(5) Link to http://www.lexis.com/
25. In 2009, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
in the U.S. passed rules requiring the disclosure
payments received for endorsing products.
That requires disclaimers if you have a
commercial relationship with another entity
where you advance their product or service.