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Privacy Policy

This privacy policy (this “Privacy Policy”) describes how Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf & Hendler, LLC, a Maryland limited liability company (the “Firm”), collects and uses information about visitors (each a “User” and collectively, the “Users”) to the Firm’s website (the “Website”).
 

  1. What information is collected?
     

    When a User visits the Website, data are collected regarding, among other things, the pages visited within the Website by the User, the frequency of the User’s visitations, the duration of the User’s visit, devices and browsers used by the User, the User’s IP address and the domain name of the User’s internet service provider.

    A User may also consent to the collection of that User’s name and email address, as well as any other information the User may provide, by completing and submitting the “Contact Us” form found on the Website or by sending email via one or more of the attorney email links found on the Website.

     

  2. How is the information collected and used?
     

    The Firm uses Google Analytics, a web-based analytics service provided by Alphabet Inc., a Delaware corporation, to collect and process User data in order to analyze the functionality and performance of the Website.

    Users may learn more about the specifics of how Google Analytics collects and processes User data by visiting the following URL: https://policies.google.com/technologies/partner-sites.

     

  3. How does the Firm protect stored data?
     

    The Firm will use commercially reasonable efforts to maintain appropriate administrative, physical and technical safeguards for protection of the security, confidentiality and integrity of User data.

     

  4. Does the Website use cookies and/or device IDs?
     

    Yes, the Website uses cookies and device IDs in a variety of ways to improve User experience with the Website. Cookies and device IDs also allow the Firm to monitor and evaluate how Users navigate the Website.

     

  5. Can Users control their cookies?
     

    Yes, Users may change their browser settings to not accept cookies. However, doing so may prevent some features of the Website from functioning properly.

     

  6. Does this Privacy Policy apply to websites accessed by links that appear on the Website?
     

    No, this Privacy Policy applies only to the Website; its provisions do not extend beyond the Website. Users who access a third-party website via a hyperlink that appears on the Website should review the privacy policy of that third-party website.Users may review the privacy policy of Google Analytics by visiting the following URL: https://policies.google.com/privacy.

     

  7. Will User data be used for marketing purposes?
     

    The Firm will not use User data for marketing purposes, nor will the Firm release User data to third parties to be used for their marketing purposes.

     

  8. Will the Firm ever change this Privacy Policy?
     

    The Firm reserves the right to change this Privacy Policy at any time. Users should regularly review this Privacy Policy.

    This Privacy Policy was last updated on July 19, 2019.

     

  9. To whom may questions and/or concerns about this Privacy Policy be directed?
     

    Questions and/or concerns about this Privacy Policy may be emailed to the Firm at law@adelberg.com.
    Users who wish to contact the Firm via mail should send correspondence to the following address:

    Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf & Hendler, LLC
    7 St. Paul Street
    Suite 600
    Baltimore, MD 21202

     

  10. How can a violation of this Privacy Policy be reported?
     

    If a User feels that the User’s rights under this Privacy Policy have been violated and that the Firm has been unresponsive to the User’s concerns, the User may contact the Federal Trade Commission through its “FTC Complaint Assistant” website at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/#crnt&panel1-1.

     

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By checking this box, you acknowledge that the submission of this information does not create an attorney-client relationship, and the review of the information provided shall not be deemed to create such a relationship. You also agree that this form has not been used to disclose confidential information. Finally, you acknowledge that you have reviewed the Firm’s Privacy Policy and that you understand and agree to its terms.