This policy was last updated on January, 15, 2006.
When you submit information using one of our online forms, we collect the information that you provide to us using that particular form as well as your Internet Protocol address, your computer's operating system, and the name of your web browser program.
We collect the above information in order to keep track of who has contacted us, how to contact them and for general statistical purposes.
We keep this information only for as long as we deal with you, or for as long as the law may require us to keep it, whichever comes first.
When a person hires the Law Firm, the Law Firm will typically request certain basic personal information about that person. We retain this information solely for the purpose of doing our legal work in an efficient manner that best serves those who come to us for help. We keep this information only for as long as we deal with you, or for as long as the law may require us to keep it, whichever comes first.
Any information you submit using our online forms is sent to our office by email. We take every precaution to protect the privacy of all emails we receive, including password protection that allows only our lawyers and their direct employees to see the emails we receive. Due to the nature of the internet, email could theoretically be intercepted by a third party while in transit across the internet.
You may request access to any information we collect about you and we will provide it within a reasonable time. If you would like to view your information then please send us a written request by emailing us at: email@example.com
We will disclose personal information to third parties and you consent to such disclosure only under the following circumstances:
- to share personal information to and from third parties for the purpose of providing legal services;
- to comply with a court order served on the Law Firm;
- to assist in the collection of the payment of any overdue accounts of the Law Firm;
- to protect the Law Firm's websites from being hacked or otherwise misused, and to protect other people's personal information from being stolen or misused;
- if a lawyer at the Law Firm has reason to believe that you are in danger of harming yourself or of harming someone else unless we inform someone else; and
- if you have otherwise consented that we share your personal information with someone else.
If your personal information changes, please contact us so that we can update our records. It is important that we have accurate information so that we can contact our clients and keep them informed. You may contact us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org