Privacy Policy

Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf and Hendler, LLC’s Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy describes how Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf and Hendler, LLC (the “Firm”), collects, and uses information regarding visitors (each a “User” and collectively, the “Users”) to the Firm’s website (the “Website”). 

1. What information is collected?

The Firm uses Google Analytics and cookies to collect information regarding how this Website is used.  Thus, when a User visits this site, non-personally identifiable information may be collected regarding, among other things, the pages visited, the frequency of visits, and duration of visits, devices and browsers used to visit, the User’s IP address and  the domain name of the User’s internet service provider.  Google Inc. may use and transfer information collected using Google Analytics, subject to its applicable privacy policy.  By using Adelberg Rudow’s website, each User consents to the use of data described above and as further described within Google’s applicable privacy policy.

The Firm does not collect any personally identifiable information about Users (such as their name, address, telephone number, email address) unless the User chooses to: (a) fill out a “Contact Us” form found on the Website; or (b) email someone at the Firm directly. 

2. Does this Privacy Policy apply to websites accessed by links on the Website?

No, this Privacy Policy only applies to the Website.

3. Will the Firm ever change this Privacy Policy?

The Firm may from time to time change this Privacy Policy.  If it does so it will post the revised Privacy Policy on the Website.

4. To whom may questions about this Privacy Policy be directed?

Questions may be directed to Adelberg by telephone at (410) 539-5195 or by email at Law@Adelberg.com.