Disclaimer: Nothing stated in this Policy is intended to, nor will it, establish a client-attorney relationship with the persons reading it. Information provided to us in the course of any attorney-client relationship enjoys a unique status and may be protected by confidentiality, the attorney-client privilege, the attorney work product doctrine and other similar protections (whether in the United States or elsewhere). Nothing in this Policy will detract from any of the protections that attach to such information.
When you visit our Site, such as when you use our online forms, register for events, sign up for our blogs, or complete our surveys, we may collect and process different types of personal information. The information we collect may include your name, job title or position, company, email address, phone number, physical address, other contact details, contact preferences, topics of interest, and any other information you voluntarily provide.
How We May Use Your Personal Information
Your privacy is important to us. We collect and use information we believe is necessary to our business, and to provide you with the products and services you expect when you interact with us. When we collect and use your information, we take your privacy and security seriously. We collect and use personal information to deliver superior service. We also may use your information in other ways for our business purposes and to provide you with the products and services you request and expect from us, including but not limited to the following purposes:
to provide services to our clients
to administer and improve our services, including solving technical problems and monitoring overall usage statistics
for marketing and promotional purposes, product development, and content improvement
to contact you and provide you with the information or services you have requested
for identification and authentication purposes where access requires pre-authorization
to comply with applicable laws, regulations and court orders
to assist third parties in protecting your information
to ensure the technical functioning and security of our network
How We Share Your Personal Information
Compliance with Legal Obligations and Legal Requests: We may be required to respond to legal requests for your information, including from law enforcement or other government or regulatory agencies in accordance with applicable laws or regulations. We also may have to disclose certain information to auditors, government authorities, or other authorized individuals in order to comply with laws that apply to us or other legal obligations such as contractual requirements.
Your Privacy Rights
For all personal information that we have about you, you have the following rights and choices that we will accommodate where your requests meet legal and regulatory requirements and do not risk making other information less secure or changing other information:
Opt Out, Object, Withdraw Consent: You can always choose not to disclose certain information to us. Where we rely on your consent to process your personal information, you have the right to withdraw or decline consent at any time. If you have provided us with your email address and you would like to stop receiving marketing emails from us, click on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any of our email communications. If you do not wish to receive marketing communications from us via direct mail, or if you want to request that we do not share your contact information with our marketing partners, please contact us using the methods in the Contact Us section and include your name, address, and any other specific contact information that you wish to restrict.
Data Portability: If you would like to request that we provide a copy of your information to you, please contact us using the methods in the Contact Us section below.
Responding to Requests: Each request to access, correct, restrict processing, erase, or provide a copy of information will be evaluated to determine whether the request meets legal regulatory requirements and does not risk making our other information less secure or changing our other information.
Your California Privacy Rights
Pursuant to California Civil Code Section 1798.83(c)(2), California law requires us to inform California residents who have provided us with personal information that they may request information from us about our disclosures to third parties for their direct marketing purposes. De Maio Law does not share individuals’ personal information with third parties outside of De Maio Law for those parties’ direct marketing use.
De Maio Law has collected the following types of information from consumers within the past twelve (12) months:
Contact details and preferences, including physical address, e-mail address, phone number, and other contact information that individuals have chosen to provide to us;
Professional or employment-related information;
Internet and electronic network activity information; and
Topics of interest to the individual.
Other information about individuals has been provided to us in connection with services we provide to our clients including our legal representation of clients.
Within the past twelve (12) months, De Maio Law has not sold information about consumers or disclosed information about consumers for a business purpose to a third party.
Notice to Residents of the European Union
If you reside or otherwise find yourself in the European Economic Area, European Union, De Maio Law is committed to respecting your rights as a data subject under the applicable laws of these countries. If you have a privacy concern or questions about how your personal information is used, please contact us at email@example.com.
Consistent with our values, we observe the following privacy principles when collecting or processing your personal information:
Information will be processed fairly and in accordance with applicable law.
Information will be collected for specified and legitimate purposes, and will not be processed in ways that are incompatible with those purposes.
Information collection and use will be limited to what is relevant for the specified purposes and will not be excessive.
We will only collect and process personal information about you where we have a lawful basis. Lawful bases include consent (where you have given consent), contract (where we must process your personal information based on a contract we have with you, for example, to deliver requested products or services), and legitimate interests (where processing is necessary for the purposes of compelling legitimate interests of De Maio Law that are not overridden by your rights).
Data subjects in the European Union, European Economic Area, may be asked to provide their clear and unambiguous consent for collection, processing, and transfer of their personal information. Where we process personal information based on consent, consent can be withdrawn at any time.
We will keep your personal information as accurate, complete, and up-to-date as necessary and practical, and we will take reasonable steps to correct or delete personal information that is inaccurate or incomplete. If you think that your information is inaccurate or incomplete, please contact us using the methods in the Contact Us section below.
Changes to This Policy