Last modified: September 12, 2014
Information we collect and how we use it
We offer a number of services that do not require you to sign up as a client or provide any personal information to us, such as The Maridon Law Firm articles and information contained on the website. In order to provide our full range of services, we may collect the following types of information:
Information you provide - When you sign up as a client of The Maridon Law Firm, we ask you for personal information (such as your name, email address and phone number). For certain services, we also request credit card or other payment account information which we maintain in our files. We do not combine the information you submit with information from other services or third parties.
Cookies - A cookie is a small text file. When a person visits one of our websites a cookie is placed in the browser of that visitor. This cookie is then used solely to determine the first time, returning and unique visits to that site. The cookie is not used for any other purpose.
Log information - When you access www.maridonlaw.com or one of our other websites, our servers automatically record information that your browser sends whenever you visit a website. These server logs may include information such as your web request, Internet Protocol address, browser type, browser language, the date and time of your request and one or more cookies that may uniquely identify your browser.
User communications - When you send email or other communications to The Maridon Law Firm, we may retain those communications in order to process your inquiries, respond to your requests and improve our services.
Affiliated Services on other sites
The Maridon Law Firm may present links in a format that enables us to keep track of whether these links have been followed. We use this information to improve the quality of our content and advertising.
Providing our services, including the display of customized content; Auditing, research and analysis in order to maintain, protect and improve our services; Ensuring the technical functioning of our website; Protecting the rights or property of The Maridon Law Firm or our clients; and Developing new services.
Choices for personal information
When you provide personal information; if we use this information in a manner different than the purpose for which it was collected, then we will ask for your consent prior to such use.
Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies, but you can reset your browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. However, some features and services may not function properly if your cookies are disabled.
You can decline to submit personal information for any of our services, in which case The Maridon Law Firm may not be able to provide those services to you.
The Maridon Law Firm only shares personal information with other companies or individuals outside of The Maridon Law Firm in the following limited circumstances:
We have your consent. We require opt-in consent for the sharing of any sensitive personal information.
We have a good faith belief that access, use, preservation or disclosure of such information is reasonably necessary to (a) satisfy any applicable law, regulation, legal process or enforceable governmental request, (b) enforce applicable Terms of Service, including investigation of potential violations thereof, (c) detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues, or (d) protect against harm to the rights, property or safety of The Maridon Law Firm, its clients or the public as required or permitted by law.
We may share with third parties certain pieces of aggregated, non-personal information, such as the number of users who searched for a particular term, for example, or how many users clicked on a particular advertisement. Such information does not identify you individually.
Please contact us at the address below for any additional questions about the management or use of personal data.
We take appropriate security measures to protect against unauthorized access to or unauthorized alteration, disclosure or destruction of data. These include internal reviews of our data collection, storage and processing practices and security measures, as well as physical security measures to guard against unauthorized access to systems where we store personal data.
We restrict access to personal information to The Maridon Law Firm employees, contractors and agents who need to know that information in order to operate, develop or improve our services. These individuals are bound by confidentiality obligations and may be subject to discipline, including termination and criminal prosecution, if they fail to meet these obligations.
Accessing and updating personal information
When you use The Maridon Law Firm services, we make good faith efforts to provide you with access to your personal information and either to correct this data if it is inaccurate or to delete such data at your request if it is not otherwise required to be retained by law or for legitimate business purposes. We ask individual users to identify themselves and the information requested to be accessed, corrected or removed before processing such requests, and we may decline to process requests that are unreasonably repetitive or systematic, require disproportionate technical effort, jeopardize the privacy of others, or would be extremely impractical (for instance, requests concerning information residing on backup tapes), or for which access is not otherwise required. In any case where we provide information access and correction, we perform this service free of charge, except if doing so would require a disproportionate effort. Some of our services have different procedures to access, correct or delete users’ personal information. We provide the details for these procedures in the specific privacy notices or FAQs for these services.
When we receive formal written complaints at this address, it is The Maridon Law Firm’s policy to contact the complaining user regarding his or her concerns. We will cooperate with the appropriate regulatory authorities, including local data protection authorities, to resolve any complaints regarding the transfer of personal data that cannot be resolved between The Maridon Law Firm and an individual.