The City Bar will be closed on Monday, the Fourth of July, for Independence Day. Until Labor Day, the City Bar’s building will be closed on Fridays (with staff working and programs taking place virtually) and open Monday - Thursday from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Terms and Conditions of Use
The content provided on this website is provided as a service to members of The Association of the Bar of the City of New York (hereinafter "NYCBAR") and to the public. Nothing on this website constitutes legal advice, and NYCBAR makes no representations or warranties with regard to the accuracy, reliability or suitability of the information on this site. NYCBAR makes no representations or warranties that its website will operate free of errors, viruses or other harmful elements, or will operate uninterrupted. In addition, NYCBAR will not be responsible for lost e-mail, orders or other communications to or from the website.
You agree that, while using the website and the website’s various services and features, you will not:
- Remove information that identifies the source of any reports or other content on this website and may not reproduce portions or modifications of such material for commercial purposes or in such a way that the source of the material is identified but the material is not accurately portrayed;
- Use any automated tool or software to attempt to collect information from the website or users of the website or to break into any of the servers of the website; or
- Compile mailing lists of NYCBAR members for any commercial purpose including but not limited to solicitation of new business.
Parts of this website may be restricted to certain users, such as members of NYCBAR. To gain access to, and use, certain portions of the website you may need to establish a user name and password, and may be required to register to use certain portions of the website. Users are responsible for maintaining their password as confidential and are responsible for any activity that occurs as a result of a user enabling another person to utilize that user’s password. If a user’s password is lost or stolen or a user becomes aware of any unauthorized use of her or his password, the user is responsible for notifying NYCBAR of the problem. NYCBAR will not be responsible for any loss or damages of any kind resulting from any unauthorized use or breach of security of the site, or resulting from a user’s failure to comply with any of the Terms and Conditions.
NYCBAR provides links on this website as a convenience to users. NYCBAR does not endorse, and makes no representations or warranties regarding, any of the linked websites, the content of the sites or the product and services offered through these sites.
The NYCBAR logo used on this website is a trademark of NYCBAR. The NYCBAR name and logo may not be used in any publicity or advertising, or in any way that expresses or implies endorsement, sponsorship or affiliation with any entity, product or service, without the written permission of NYCBAR.
Pursuant to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998, 17 USC Section 512(c)(2), NYCBAR’s designated agent for notice of alleged copyright infringement is: Lauren Axelrod, New York City Bar Association, 42 West 44th St., New York, NY 10036.
Violations of any of these terms may result in deactivation of a user’s password or account, or suspension or termination of user access to this website. NYCBAR has the right, but not the obligation, to remove any website content, delete or deactivate a user’s password or account or suspend or terminate a user’s access to the website at its sole discretion, without notice. NYCBAR may also terminate the website or any or all of its services at any time. By using the website, you agree that NYCBAR shall not be liable for taking any action described in this paragraph.
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