What information do we collect?
VISITORS: Our Firm Websites may automatically log IP address information transmitted by your server, which may identify your or your Internet service provider’s Internet domain, but which normally would not include individually identifiable information such as your email address. You may browse our Firm Websites without disclosing any additional information to us, although certain services and features may be unavailable unless you provide us additional information.
INFORMATION REQUESTERS: You may voluntarily choose to submit forms on our Firm Websites or send us email to request newsletters, updates, information on our services, or to provide us with feedback. You should NOT send us any confidential information describing your legal problems or requesting advice on legal matters. See our Disclaimer for more information.
How might we use your information?
We may use visitor logs to monitor and improve the performance of our Firm Websites, including navigation, links, search terms, and page and image load times. For more information on visitor logs and traffic analysis, please email the Webmaster at email@example.com.
If you choose to provide us with identifying information through a form or email, we may use it to facilitate fulfillment of your requests. We may also store your identifying information, and may use that information for future communications from Jacob Litigation to you, including the Firm’s legal updates, newsletters, press releases, announcements, and other information which may be of interest to you, and any communication reasonably necessary to respond to and process your requests. To update your contact information, unsubscribe to any of our mailing lists, or learn more about our mailing lists, please email the Webmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do we disclose your information to third parties?
Jacob Litigation does not disclose identifying information to third parties, except under the following limited circumstances:
a. Your information may be incidentally accessible to third parties providing system administration, maintenance, or other services for our Firm Websites, networks, servers, communications, or databases. However, we do not permit such third parties to use that information for other purposes.
b. We may provide your information to governmental agencies or other third parties as required by laws and regulations, including, for example, responding to subpoenas or other legal process.
How long do we keep your information?
We may keep contact information about information requesters as long as we deem it appropriate to fulfill the requests, maintain records of delivered information, or conduct marketing activities.
Do we ensure the accuracy of your information?
We use reasonable efforts to record and store data accurately when it is submitted to us through our Firm Websites. We do not assume any responsibility for verifying the ongoing accuracy of identifying information after it has been submitted.
How do we secure your information?
No system, especially a system connected to the Internet, can be guaranteed to be secure, but we follow generally accepted practices of physical, network, and operational security to safeguard our data, including information we may collect from visitors to Firm Websites.
Our Firm Websites may use “cookies” (small text files used to store information relating to visited Web pages) primarily to facilitate site navigation. If you are concerned about cookies, most Web browsers (such as Internet Explorer and Netscape) may be set to reject cookies or to prompt you individually to accept or reject a specific cookie. If your browser is not set to accept cookies, some pages may not display correctly and some features of the Firm Websites may not be available to you.
How do we protect children’s privacy?
Jacob Litigation’s Firm Websites are directed to businesses, governmental entities, and adult individuals who may be interested in our legal services. The Firm Websites are not designed for or directed to children under 14 years of age, and we do not expect children to be attracted to or to use Firm Websites. We do not knowingly collect or maintain information from children, and will delete any such information if it is brought to our attention.