This privacy statement explains how McCloskey Law PLLC (the “firm”) collects and uses information through this website. The firm reserves the right to amend this privacy statement at any time. Any such changes will appear on this page. By continuing to use this website you accept the present terms and conditions of this privacy statement. All references to the firm’s website include the accompanying blog.
The firm collects information about visitors to this website in two ways. First, the firm uses technologies that automatically collect and store non-personal data from visitors to this website. Second, visitors may affirmatively provide personally identifiable information to the firm by using the contact form on this website or by sending an e-mail to the firm.
The firm may use non-personal data to (i) improve the usability and design of this website; (ii) evaluate and improve the content of this website; (iii) diagnose problems with this website and (iv) assess the interests and demands of visitors to this website. Non-personal data may be shared with third parties and this privacy statement does not cover third parties’ use of such non-personal data.
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The firm may collect information that identifies visitors when they interact with this website and voluntarily provide such information. Personally identifiable information is data that allows a visitor to be identified as a particular person. The type of personally identifiable information collected through this website may include a visitor’s name, contact information (e.g. address, telephone number and e-mail address) and any other information a visitor chooses to provide to the firm through this website.
Once collected, the firm may use a visitor’s personally identifiable information in numerous ways, such as (i) responding to online requests through the contact form on this website; (ii) answering emails; (iii) delivering and processing newsletters and blog posts; (iv) providing information about events and (v) delivering services requested.
The firm may share personally identifiable information: (a) with the firm’s third party service providers; (b) with the firm’s professional advisors, such as lawyers and accountants; (c) to government and regulatory agencies or other third parties as required by, and in accordance with, applicable laws and regulations; (d) as part of any merger, sale or transfer of the firm's assets or similar event, including related to due diligence conducted prior to such event to the extent permitted by law; or (e) to protect or enforce the rights, property or safety of the firm or others.
The firm will not give personally identifiable information to third parties for their own direct advertising purposes. Visitors may opt out of receiving information from the firm by contacting the firm or by using an “unsubscribe” option included in the firm’s communications.
The firm takes reasonable security measures designed to safeguard against unauthorized access to and use of information under the firm’s control. The firm cannot, however, guarantee the security of such information.
This website is not directed to residents outside of the United States and the firm makes no assurances that this website is suitable for use outside of the United States.
This website is not directed to individuals under the age of 16 and the firm does not knowingly collect information of individuals under the age of 16.
Last Modified: November 21, 2019.