Get the latest Rainey Collins Lawyers’ articles and seminar topics on your desktop with our RSS feeds.

What is RSS?

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. You’ll always have the latest information as your RSS reader (in Internet Explorer) automatically retrieves the RSS feeds which are updated automatically.

How do I use the RSS feeds?

To receive and view our RSS feeds follow these steps:

  1. Make sure you are running atleast version 7 of Internet Explorer, or another browser with a built in RSS Reader.
  2. On our website click on the RSS symbol RSS next to the feed you wish to get (Articles or Seminar Topics)
  3. Click the Subscribe button.
  4. In your Internet Explorer click the Favourites Button (Gold Star). Then click the Feeds tab.
  5. Right click on the Feed name.
  6. Click Add to Favourites Bar.
  7. New Feeds will automatically be displayed in the drop down list under the feed name in the Favourites bar and unread feeds will be in bold.

RSS Terms of Use

These RSS Terms of Use, our Privacy Policy and our general Terms of Use govern your use of RSS. Any uses of RSS not granted herein are strictly prohibited. Prohibited uses include, but are not limited to, the incorporation of advertising or the placement of advertising associated with or targeted at the content of the RSS. You may not edit or modify the RSS feeds in any manner whatsoever. RSS feeds may be used only with platforms with a functional link which takes the viewer directly to the full article on the Site. You may not insert any intermediate page, splash page or any other content between the RSS link and the applicable article on the Site. Rainey Collins Lawyers retains all ownership and other rights in the RSS content and in any and all Rainey Collins Lawyers logos and trademarks used in connection with RSS feeds. If you provide attribution using a graphic, you must use the appropriate Rainey Collins Lawyers logo incorporated into the RSS content or feed. Rainey Collins Lawyers reserves the right to cease offering any or all of the RSS feeds at any time or to require you to cease distributing any or all of the feeds at any time for any reason. Rainey Collins Lawyers assumes no liability for your activities in connection with the RSS feeds or for your use of the feeds in connection with your website.