Bart Day Law uses “cookie” (small data files) on its website in order to improve functionality and user experience.
Bart Day Law does not currently respond or otherwise take any action with regard to “Do Not Track” requests.
Users may browse the portions of the Site that do not require entry of log-in credentials without registration, and without actively entering personally identifying information. However, certain information may be provided automatically by the user’s web browser or application when entering or utilizing the Site, including, as examples: IP addresses; other device identifiers; browser types; operating systems; access dates and times; and referring and exiting URLs.
Certain areas and services on the Site may ask users to provide personal information, including by completing forms on various webpages. This may include providing personal information in order to register for Bart Day Law’s client alerts or to register for events (e.g., a user’s name, organization, phone number, email address), or to apply for career opportunities with Bart Day Law (e.g., employment and educational background, and other relevant identifying information). Bart Day Law will use this personal information for the purpose for which it was provided, as well as other purposes for which the user gives consent. Users who register with the Site may be informed about client alerts, events, or other materials or activities. Users may opt out of receiving such direct marketing communications by sending requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that our servers are either located in the United States or, if located in the European Economic Area, data may be replicated to servers in the United States.
Bart Day Law maintains appropriate technical and organizational security procedures in order to keep your personal information confidential, and protect users’ personal information against the loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure or alteration, in accordance with applicable data protection and privacy laws. However, Bart Day Law cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information that users transmit to the Site. In addition to such measures, Bart Day Law maintains confidentiality policies that govern all information that any attorney or other personnel of Bart Day Law receives in the course of his or her employment or association with Bart Day Law. All attorneys and personnel are made aware of these policies and Bart Day Law has in place procedures to train all attorneys and personnel in the implementation of these policies.
Bart Day Law does not knowingly collect, use, or disclose personal information from children under the age of 13. If Bart Day Law is made aware that is has collected personal information from a child under 13 years old in a manner that is inconsistent with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, Bart Day Law will delete this information as soon as possible.
In certain limited circumstances, and in compliance with applicable laws, Bart Day Law may share personal information with government authorities or others as required to protect the interests of Bart Day Law or certain third parties; or as otherwise required for compliance with applicable law or legal process. Bart Day Law has procedures in place to ensure that personal information is transferred, processed, and stored in accordance with applicable laws. Bart Day Law reserves the right to transfer any information about users in the event that Bart Day Law, or any affiliate thereof, sells or transfers all or a portion of its business or assets.
Users may at any time review their personal information stored by Bart Day Law and request its correction or deletion. For this purpose and for other questions, comments or enquiries regarding the collection, processing and storage of your personal information by Bart Day Law, please contact us at Bart Day Law, P.O. Box 10594, Portland, Oregon, USA 97296.