1. Our Firm’s website does collect information about its visitors, even when those visitor are not logged in. Our Firm may record such important components such as IP addresses, URLs of websites and page that may be visited before, during and after the visit to the Firm’s website, the times and dates of said visits, information about computer hardware and software used to access the Firm’s website and any other information that may be available for collection. In addition, our Firm may place ‘cookies’ on your computer so that it can be recognized the next time you visit the Firm’s website. It is possible to adjust your browser’s settings or to use other means to avoid cookies being placed on your computer, but if you should do so you may reduce the functionality of the Firm’s website and you may experience a more impersonal browsing experience.
2. Our Firm may ask that you provide additional information about yourself, including your name, any contact information, the organization you come from, and any other information that our Firm may use to identify you. If you don’t wish to provide such information, you may be prevented from accessing certain website features, content or services that our Firm provides.
How Our Firm Uses Information
1. Our Firm uses the information it collects about you to improve your browsing experience and to tailor our Firm’s website according to your interests, and this information will also help our Firm collect content and services that may be used solely or in conjunction with information our Firm has collected from other users to assist the Firm with tailoring the website, products and services so as to better suit the needs and interests of you and all other website visitors.
2. Any information you provide to our Firm can be used to help keep you up to date regarding certain events, and certain products and services that you may find an interest in. Our Firm may also contact you with information that originates from carefully screened third parties. Our Firm will never provide information to third parties for this purpose, however. In some cases, the information you provide may be shared with third parties to pursue a process that such sharing as its motivation, but only if you willingly initiate such a process.
3. Our Firm reserves the right to disclose any information that our Firm obtains through its website in order to fulfill certain government or regulatory orders, if it is required by any laws or government agencies.
Transference of Information
Information Sent Through the Website
Information that is sent to our Firm through e-mail or through the Firm’s website is not secure and is done so on a basis of non-confidentiality. When you send information to our Firm by way of the internet, either through our Firm’s website or through e-mail, you are doing with an understanding of the risks involved.
Sending Information to Our Firm
Sending information to our Firm through the website does not constitute an attorney/client relationship between you and our Firm, nor is the intention for it to do so. Transmitting information through our Firm’s website, through the internet or via e-mail, does not create an attorney/client relationship between us and any other parties.