"Clients First. No Excuses."
This Policy is incorporated into our Disclaimers and Terms and Conditions of Use that also apply to the Firm’s website and blogs. All capitalized terms not defined here are defined in those Disclaimers and Terms and Conditions of Use.
WHAT INFORMATION THE FIRM COLLECTS AND HOW WE USE IT
The Firm collects two types of information about visitors to the Website.
(1) “Personally Identifying Information” means information that identifies a visitor to the Firm’s website or blogs, such as your name, your address, your telephone number, fax number, or your e-mail address. No one is required to provide Personally Identifying Information to visit our website or any of our blogs. You may choose to give the Firm Personally Identifying Information so we can send you publications or so the Firm can contact you about legal issues. For example, if you give the Firm your Personally Identifying Information to respond to your inquiries and/or to send you information, we will use it for that purpose. If you no longer wish us to contact you, you can opt-out of further contact from us by following the directions below.
If you send us e-mail or otherwise contact us through the Firm’s website or any of the Firm’s blogs, we may keep a record of your contact information and correspondence, and we may use your e-mail address or other Personally Identifying Information you provide in your message to respond to you. AS WE SAY IN OUR DISCLAIMERS AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE, SENDING E-MAIL TO THE FIRM OR TO ANY ATTORNEY THROUGH THE WEBSITE OR ONE OF THE FIRM’S BLOGS DOES NOT CREATE AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT OR OTHER PRIVILEGED OR CONFIDENTIAL RELATIONSHIP WITH US. SO, DO NOT DISCLOSE ANY INFORMATION THAT YOU WISH TO REMAIN PRIVATE OR CONFIDENTIAL WHEN YOU CONTACT US THROUGH THE FIRM’S WEBSITE OR ANY OF ITS BLOGS.
TO WHOM WE DISCLOSE THE INFORMATION
As we said above, information submitted to the Firm through its website or blogs is not confidential. Nevertheless, we will not sell or transfer your Personally Identifying Information to unaffiliated third parties for their use. The Firm, however, reserves the right to use and disclose information you provide in any other way, at our sole discretion.
CHOOSING TO DISCONTINUE CONTACTS FROM THE FIRM
If you no longer wish to receive publications or other contacts from The Firm, you can let us know by following any instructions set forth in the publication(s) we send, or by contacting The Firm through the channels described on the “Contact” page of our website.
This Policy does not apply to websites to which our website or blogs may link or to websites or blogs operated by others that may link to our website or blogs. We are not responsible for privacy policies or practices of those other websites.
The Firm reserves the right to change its Policy from time to time. These changes become effective when they are post on the website or blogs. We will endeavor to show the date this Policy was last revised at the end of the Policy. Your use of our website or any of our blogs constitutes your acceptance of this Policy as amended or revised by us. You should review this Policy periodically to make sure you are aware of its terms and how it affects your use of the Firm’s website and blogs.