Our Policy on Privacy of Client Information
Attorneys have been and continue to be bound by professional standards of confidentiality. In Florida, those standards are set forth in the Rules of Professional Conduct of the Rules Regulating the Florida Bar (the “Rules”) as adopted (and amended from time to time) by the Supreme Court of Florida. These requirements as to confidentiality are in addition to the requirements of confidentiality imposed with respect to matters and information to which the “attorney-client privilege” applies.
We respect your concerns about privacy. We have developed this policy which discloses our privacy practices and describes the information we collect and what use we may make of that information. This policy may change from time to time to as required by our business needs or legal requirements. Please check it frequently.
Information We Collect.
We collect information that you chose to disclose to us. For example, if you send us correspondences, such as e-mails or letters, we may collect such information into a file specific to you. Additionally, in the course of using our site, we may track certain information about you. Many sites automatically collect this information. There may be other forms and sources of information we collect about you, depending on how you use the site.
Our Disclosure of Your Information.
Should you have any questions with regard to our privacy practices, please e-mail email@example.com.