Modrall Sperling Law Firm

Privacy Policy

This Privacy Statement outlines the information we may collect through use of this website (the “Modrall Sperling Site”) and how such information may be used and disclosed.

We do not collect personally identifiable information through the Modrall Sperling Site unless such information is provided to us by e-mail via a link contained on the Modrall Sperling Site.  It is important to note that any such communications are subject to the Terms of Use for the Modrall Sperling Site.

We will only use such personally identifiable information for the purposes of responding to your e-mail. We will not disclose to third parties any personally identifiable information collected by us through the Modrall Sperling Site unless:

  • We have your consent
  • We have a good faith belief that disclosure of the information is necessary to protect the rights or property of Modrall Sperling, or
  • We are required by law to do so

You should also be aware that anonymous technical information may be collected by us as a result of your visit to the Modrall Sperling Site.   For example, this information may include your IP address, browser type, operating system, domain name, access times and referring web site addresses. We use this anonymous technical information for purposes such as improving the operation and content of the Modrall Sperling Site and compiling aggregate and statistical information. We will not attempt to link or match the anonymous technical information we collect with any personally-identifiable information unless:

  • We have your consent
  • We (or our service providers) have detected or reasonably suspect any attempt to damage the Modrall Sperling Site or other security breach, or
  • We are required by law to do so.

We do not currently use “cookies” on the Modrall Sperling Site.  “Cookies” are small text files placed on your computer that can collect and store a variety of information. Permanent cookies are stored indefinitely on a user’s hard drive unless manually deleted, while temporary cookies are automatically deleted from the user’s browser upon logging out of a web site. Web browsers typically allow users to disable permanent and/or temporary cookies. The foregoing policy is effective as of December 15, 2011. Modrall Sperling reserves the right to change this policy at any time. If you have any questions or concerns about this Privacy Statement, please contact Stuart Butzier at, srb@modrall.com.

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