Privacy Policy

General Policy and Definition of Key Terms

Findling, Park, Conyers, Woody, P.C. does not collect information about you from your use of our Site, except to the extent that your web browser provides information to our web server, such as the site you linked from; the name of your Internet Service Provider; and/or the type of browser you use (individually and/or collectively “Connection Information”). Alternatively, we necessarily obtain and/or collect such when you provide personal identifying information to us in an e-mail message (“Personal Information”).

Use of Connection and/or Personal Information

The Firm will use your Personal Information only for the purpose for which you provided it to us. We will use your Connection Information only in an aggregated form in order to measure the traffic to this Site, the individual pages on our Site, or to links to or from our Site.

Limitations of Security Firewalls

Findling, Park, Conyers, Woody, P.C. warns and advises Users that with e-technology, there are innumerable, constantly changing techniques of ever-increasing sophistication to intercept, re-route and otherwise improperly obtain, misdirect and use your Connection and/or Personal Information. The Firm takes actives steps to protect all information and, to this end, maintains reasonably current software security firewalls based on available products in the marketplace. Nonetheless, this may be insufficient to protect your Connection and/or Personal Information.

No Duty Undertaken or Created

Any security provisions undertaken by Findling, Park, Conyers, Woody, P.C. are gratuitous and for its sole and exclusive benefit. Thus, no portion of this Privacy Statement, this Site’s Disclaimer, or otherwise shall be construed to create any duty on the Firm to protect Connection Information and/or Personal Information.

Assumption of Risk

The Reader uses this Site at his or her own risk. Use of and access to the Site is assumption of this risk of misuse or theft of Connection and/or Personal Information by third parties. To the extent allowed by law, Findling, Park, Conyers, Woody, P.C. expressly disclaims any and all liability for disclosure or other misuse of Users’ Connection Information and/or Personal Information.

Confidentiality and/or Privilege of Information

Users of this Site are cautioned that communication in accordance herewith is not confidential and/or legally privileged in the absence of an attorney-client relationship. Stated differently, the use of this Site does not create an attorney-client relationship or legal evidentiary privilege. Inasmuch, the Firm or attorneys may be compelled to reveal Connection and/or Personal Information by a court order and this information should not be equated with legally confidential and privileged communications.

Implied Consent

The Reader’s access to and use of this Site is implied consent to the terms of the Privacy Statement and Disclaimer and otherwise found in any or all materials and content contained within this Site.

Changes in Privacy Policy

The Firm reserves the right to change this Privacy Policy at any time, in any way, for any reason, without advanced posting of notice of same.