Every effort has been made to verify the accuracy of references and other factual material. However, Dr. Bernofsky cannot be held responsible for inadvertent errors, omissions, or typographical mistakes. He will be grateful for having any errors or factual discrepancies brought to his attention. The latest version of any Web page supercedes all earlier versions. The primary purpose of this Web site is educational. Information on this site does not constitute legal advice. Dr. Bernofsky cannot be held responsible for consequential damages resulting from the use of information obtained from this Web site. The entire risk as to use of this Web site is assumed by the user. This Web site neither acquires information from visitors nor leaves files surreptitiously on their computers. If you have downloaded an audio file in order to hear it played, your browser may store it on your hard drive, in which case you may wish to locate and delete it. This Web site is not associated in any way with Tulane University or its affiliates. The opinions expressed are those of Dr. Bernofsky and not of any other person or attorney unless otherwise noted. Dr. Bernofsky is not responsible for the statements or opinions of others whose writings are reprinted on this Web site and who themselves bear sole responsibility for their own work. The works of others quoted on this Web site may be subjected to reformatting or other nonconsequential editing. The content of this Web site is subject to change without notice. Copyrighted material is posted here solely for a non-profit, educational purpose pursuant to the "fair use" provision of Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107. Organizations or individuals who use any content from this Web site should include a valid citation to Tulanelink in any published materials. Dr. Bernofsky has no control over and does not endorse any external Internet site other than his own that contains links or references to Tulanelink. The video and audio files on this Web site were originally created in Adobe Flash format. In 2019, Adobe announced that it will be dropping support for this one-popular platform. As an apparent compromise, one can now click the icon covering the videos (or the small black rectangle covering audio file controls) and then "Allow" Adobe Flash to run. For problems with Adobe Flash when using the Firefox browser, one must disable hardware aceleration. All original text and other content on this Web site is subject to copyright protection laws. Web pages may be copied and distributed, but their content may not reprinted or excerpted elsewhere unless proper attribution or other valid citation or linkage to the source is given. Text may not be modified in any manner without prior approval from this Web site's author.
Web site created November, 1998 This section last modified January, 2020
| Home Page | Site Map | About Bernofsky | Curriculum Vitae | Lawsuits | Interviews | Case Calendar |
| Judicial Misconduct | Judicial Reform | Contact | Interviews | Disclaimer |
This Web site is not associated with Tulane University or its affiliates
© 1998-2020 Carl Bernofsky - All rights reserved