Attorney-Client Relationship and Confidentiality
I’m happy to hear from you by email. Reading the website or sending me an e-mail about a matter in which I don’t already represent you doesn’t make me your lawyer. So don’t include any information that you need to keep confidential until I have confirmed to you that I am willing to represent you. Also, bear in mind that email is not secure unless it is encrypted (which most e-mail isn’t).
Comments and Material Posted By You:
SBLPC may use any comments or other material submitted or posted as comments in the Resources and Blog portions of the website, including reproduction, editing, modification, distribution and public display, throughout the world, in any medium, for any purpose, for as long as it wants, without any prior notice, compensation or further permission from you and it may allow its service providers and sublicensees to do the same. SBLPC may also, in its sole and absolute discretion, for any reason or no reason, and without prior notice, delete, edit or refuse to post any such material submitted or posted by you.
The website includes third-party widgets to make it easier for you to follow new material and to share that material with others. SBLPC doesn't control those third-party services and websites. You should review their privacy policies before using those widgets.
SBLPC will collect e-mail addresses from the e-mails you send to it. SBLPC's computers or those of its service providers may also automatically collect certain non-personally identifiable information when you visit its site, like the type of browser you are using or the domain name of your Internet service provider. They may also collect aggregate information on the site pages users visit.
What I Will Do With Your Information:
SBLPC will use the personally identifiable information it collects online only to respond to inquiries or your requests for RSS feeds (including information on blog updates) and/or send you information about firm events or publications. SBLPC employs reasonable safeguards to protect the security of your data, and such data is only accessed by authorized personnel. Some data may be stored on the computers or servers of SBLPC's service providers in connection with the operation of this website.
What I Won’t Do With Your Information
Policy Changes and Successors
SBLPC may revise this policy or any part of it at any time. SBLPC suggests you review the policy periodically for changes.
In the future, SBLPC may merge with or otherwise be acquired by or acquire another law firm. If any of those events happen, SBLPC may share any information of yours held by it with that business entity or law firm entity as an asset of the business.