Client Services Version 3 Changes
In order to make our site as effective
as possible, Stuart-Lippman has updated our systems to
the latest development technology and Client Services
3 now supports only the latest version and one prior
version of Internet Explorer and Firefox. Users running
Internet Explorer 6 or older, or Firefox 1 or older,
will need to upgrade. To find out what version you are
running, open your browser, hit Alt-H, and select About
Internet Explorer or About Mozilla Firefox. Click
to update Internet Explorer to the latest version. If
for some reason, you cannot get the latest version,
you can get Internet Explorer 7
to update Firefox. Thank you.
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- This portion of this web site is for Stuart-Lippman
and Associates clients only. Entry into
this portion of the site is password protected,
and entry is restricted to those individuals who
have been given passwords by Stuart-Lippman and Associates
to access their account information. Access is prohibited
to all other individuals.
- Clients agree that in using this access portal,
they will use the information contained herein for
legitimate business purposes.
- Clients agree that in accessing this portion
of this Web site, they will not share their personal
passwords with any other persons. This includes
co-employees of their respective companies.
- Clients agree that they will not print, or attempt
to print, any of the Web pages contained herein.
- Clients agree in accessing this site that they
will not share any of the information contained
herein with any other persons, except those persons
who have been given authority, in writing, directly
by Stuart-Lippman and Associates.
By checking the box below, you, as
an employee of your respective company who has placed
business with Stuart-Lippman and Associates, agree to the
If you are gaining access to this site, you have been
provided a personal access code, and you are agreeing,
as a condition of the use of this site and as a condition
of being provided an access code, that you will not