Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

AttorneyBook (the “Firm”) is committed to safeguarding the privacy of information it is entrusted with. The privacy policies and procedures (the “Privacy Policy”) set forth herein are intended to tell you how we collect, use and distribute user information via our primary public website, (the “Website”). This Privacy Policy does not cover information collected from sources other than this Website. The practices of other websites that may be accessed through this Website, and that may collect personally identifiable information about you, are not covered by this Privacy Policy. This Privacy Policy may be changed at any time in the future without further notice.

If you use this Website, personally identifiable information about you may be collected and processed by the Firm. Generally, the Firm only collects such information when you knowingly provide it to us, including your name, address, phone number and email address. Additionally, the Firm may automatically collect or process personally identifiable information, such as your internet domain or IP address, in connection with the operation of this Website or during the course of your activities on or use of this Website. By using this website, you unambiguously consent to our collection, processing, transfer or use of this personal information. If you do not so consent, please discontinue use of this website.

Personally identifiable information is not disclosed to third parties other than to certain entities providing services to the Firm, and then only if such disclosure is permitted under applicable law and only if the third party operates in accordance with the Firm’s privacy and data security standards, and for the purposes of the Firm’s representation of its clients.

Upon request, the Firm will grant individuals reasonable access to personal information that it holds about them and will take reasonable steps to permit individuals to correct, amend or delete information that is demonstrated to be inaccurate or incomplete, unless such disclosure could interfere with private causes of action or a fair trial.

The Firm may use “cookies” in connection with the operation of this Website to collect information about how the Website is used. Information gathered by this method may include, but is not limited to, the date and time of Website visits, pages viewed and time spent on the Website. None of this information is associated with you as an individual.

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