Thank you for visiting the website of Long & Associates PLLC. The website provides general information about the legal services that we offer and/or other general information and resources.
What Personal Data Do We Collect About You?
What Information Do We Collect?
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How Do We Use and Share Your Information?
By submitting information, including personally identifiable information, to our website, you (i) consent to our use and disclosure of such information in any manner permitted by law, and (ii) acknowledge that you have no expectation of privacy, confidentiality, or privilege in it.
Specifically, but without limitation, you consent that any information you submit to the firm, other users, and other third-parties over the website may be collected, used, shared, sold, or disclosed to:
- evaluate whether to represent you (and it may be shared with other law firms for this purpose)
- provide you with legal services if you are or become a client of the firm
- monitor and analyze our business or website operations
- collect debts, fight fraud, or protect the rights or property of the firm, our clients, our website, their users, or third parties, or as otherwise permitted by law
- be incorporated into our database for mailings or other purposes otherwise be provided to our affiliates, business partners, or others who work for us such as service providers, vendors, contractors and agents, and/or to other unaffiliated third parties, for marketing or other business purposes
Furthermore, any communication, material or content you submit, post or access on an interactive discussion board, blog, other public area, or other interactive function on the website is a public or other non-private communication, and may be viewed by the general public and/or by the other website users to whom you share or provide it.
We use the information that we collect or that you provide to:
- Give you access to the Website, by issuing you with a registered user identification.
- To provide and manage your account facilities.
- Respond to your questions.
- Administer the Website and your use of the website.
Legally Required and Other Related Disclosures
In addition to the foregoing, we may release your personally identifiable information to law enforcement, governmental authorities, or third parties if (i) required to do so by law, search warrant, subpoena, court order, or other legal process, (ii) requested by law enforcement or other governmental authorities, in our discretion, or (iii) we otherwise have a good faith belief that such disclosure is reasonably necessary to protect the rights, property, or personal safety of the firm or third parties.
How Do We Protect Personally Identifiable Information You Provide to Us?
We make reasonable efforts to protect personally identifiable information that you submit over the website from loss, misuse, and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration and destruction, which may include the use of firewalls and other security measures on our servers. However, the firm does not warrant or represent that its level of security meets or exceeds any particular standard, and no server or internet transmission is ever 100% secure or error-free. You should take this into account when submitting personal or confidential data on any websites, including ours. Similarly, any information that you send us in an email message or other form through the websites is not confidential or privileged.
What Personally Identifiable Information is Collected from Children?
These websites are general audience websites with content directed primarily at individuals over the age of 18 and are not directed at children under the age of 13. We do not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13. If you are under the age of 13, please do not provide personally identifiable information of any kind whatsoever.
What Happens to Your Personally Identifiable Information in a Corporate Change of Control?
In the event of a corporate change in control resulting from, for example, a sale to, or merger with, another entity, we may transfer your personally identifiable information to the new party in control.
How Can You Ask Questions or Raise Concerns?