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Copyright Policy: Dr. Matthew G. Kenney is the author and copyright owner of all the material provided within this web-site. Any images used have been legally licensed. Under no circumstance, without the express written permission of Dr. Matthew G. Kenney, may you copy, paste, share, print, re-print, forward via email, or otherwise use the content licensed to you in any manner. To do so will be viewed as a violation of copyright law, and all efforts will be used to enforce Dr. Matthew G. Kenney’s rights as sole author and copyright owner of the materials within this web-site. Those who make unauthorized use of this copyrighted material will be sued to enjoin such use, and money damages will be sought, to the fullest extent of the law. This copyright material is protected under both United States and international law.
You may not, under any circumstance, share your log-in credentials and/or password with another individual (or individuals). To access to the copyrighted materials, without permission, will be considered theft. Under Florida law, theft is defined as:
(1) A person commits theft if he or she knowingly obtains or uses, or endeavors to obtain or to use, the property of another with intent to, either temporarily or permanently:
(a) Deprive the other person of a right to the property or a benefit from the property.
(b) Appropriate the property to his or her own use or to the use of any person not entitled to the use of the property.
Americans With Disability Act (ADA) Compliance: Law Office of Matthew G. Kenney Inc. is exempt from Title I of ADA as we do not meet the size threshold needed to trigger compliance. It is our legal interpretation that our online educational services are exempt from Title III requirements as they do not represent a public accommodation. However, Law Office of Matthew G. Kenney Inc. takes great effort to accommodate those with physical and/or learning disabilities by adhering to World Wide Web Consortium Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. We accomplish this by, where possible: Providing text alternatives for oral content; providing captions or other alternative for video content; presenting content in a uniform manner, which makes it easier to see and hear; ensuring all functionality is available from the user’s keyboard, providing unlimited time to review content, helping users easily navigate our web-site by categorizing content, using a robust platform and updating our web-site with assistance tools, and creating a highly predictable and user-friendly experience will be considered. If you have any physical and learning needs that need accommodation, so that you may fully benefit from our educational resources, please contact use via one of the “Contact” tools available on our web-site. We will address your issue promptly and with the utmost consideration.
State Licensing of Matthew G. Kenney, Esq: Attorney Kenney is licensed by the Florida Bar, to practice solely within Florida. Therefore, he provides legal advice only within the State of Florida. Complementary advice to entrepreneurs is offered solely to Florida residents, and confirmation of residency is required.
Our non-credit, professional development educational content is not required to be licensed under Florida law. This educational content, designed specifically for business owners (i.e. employers providing workforce training for employees) is similar to vocational education (e.g. CEU’s, professional workshops etc.) provided by industry associations, private consultants and seminar providers, and workshop facilitators throughout the country. Our non-credit resources involve no professors, grades, attendance, credentials, or other hallmarks of formal, higher education. Therefore, it is our legal understanding and contention that our non-credit resources — advertised on national television and online – are outside the jurisdictional purview of state licensing agencies outside of Florida.