If you visit the site to browse, the Firm may collect general information about the way you use the Site. This information may include the time of visit, duration, the specific content accessed, the type of web browser and/or operating system and software you use, your IP address, your website addresses, CPU speed, traffic patterns, and similar information. We may use this information to adjust the Site, to identify interest levels in the Firm and its practice, and to develop the Firm.
You should not disclose any case-related or matter-related information about yourself through the Site. If you decide to provide personal contact information about yourself in any email, login, or other option on the Site, we may use that information to contact you and send you additional information. We do not sell any personally identifiable information provided by Site visitors to any third parties. We may share it with our website technicians in connection with Site operation and maintenance, or with unrelated third parties in connection with marketing activities, or as otherwise legally required.
We do not guarantee that any security precautions employed on the Site will protect against hackers or unauthorized entry by third persons and the Firm expressly disclaims any liability for any loss, misuse, alteration, theft, of, or unauthorized access to, any personal information you provide through the Site.
The Site may employ “cookie” technology. A cookie is an amount of data we may send to your computer’s hard drive that the Site can read which helps the Firm keep track of how you use the Site. You may adjust your web browser not to accept cookies from the Site, or may delete any such cookie from your computer.
If you want us not to make any further use of any personal information that you may have submitted, please let us know in writing.