1. Collection and use of Personal Information and other content.
1.2. To use some of our services, you may need to register by submitting online registration forms to us. You will therefore need to provide your true first and last names and your email address to us. For some services, you may also be required to provide your phone number and physical street address. While using some of our services, you will also be able to upload information, documentation, and other content to our servers.
1.3. We have taken precautions to protect your Personal Information and other content through implementation of passwords, encryption and other security measures, thus limiting who can access your information. Only those of our employees will have access to your Personal Information that have a need for such assess in order to perform their employment duties.
2. What information we share with third parties.
We do not share your Personal Information or any other content that you may provide to the Site with any third parties for their direct marketing purposes without your express permission.
3. What information third parties may collect about you on our Site. We do not participate in any partnerships or joint ventures with third parties where such parties would be allowed to copy or collect any information or content on our Site. In fact, we expressly prohibit any third parties from copying, harvesting, scraping or compiling any information or data from the Site.
4. Online tracking. 4.1. We may collect visitor data (such your location, the type of device used, time of access, etc.) for the purposes of determining your browsing habits or to build a profile of behavior and interests to make our Site more user-friendly and efficient and for our internal marketing and business development needs. We do not sell any online tracking information to third parties. 4.2. Some browsers allow web users to send the “Do Not Track” (DNT) requests to websites. However, there is currently no common understanding as to how websites should properly interpret and comply with the DNT signals. For that reason, we currently do not respond to DTN requests or take any actions in connection with such requests.
5. Vendors and service providers.
5.1. The law firm uses online web servers and cloud data storage services provided by specialized vendors and service providers. Your information and content may be hosted and stored on the servers and data storage devices provided by such vendors. We have implemented security measures to prevent unauthorized access and disclosure of such hosted and stored information and content. However, you must realize that no technology in the world is infallible and no security measures are 100% effective. Although unlikely, a low chance of a security breach always remains when it comes to your online information. By providing your information online, you therefore assume the risk that your information might get exposed to third parties due to a hacking attack or other security breach.
5.2. Certain vendors may provide maintenance, audit, fraud detection, technology development and other services to The law firm and may therefore gain access to your content and Personal Information. Any such access will be restricted to what the vendors may reasonably need in the regular course of business, in order to provide their services to The law firm.
6. Future amendments.