We collect personal information about you for the purpose of offering or furnishing our products and services to you. The types of personal information we collect may include:
Our website does not collect any personal information about you unless you specifically and knowingly provide such information. Visitors to our website may choose to interact with our website in ways that require us to gather personally identifying information. For example, visitors may choose to submit a Request for Proposal on our website. In each case, our firm collects such information insofar as is necessary or appropriate to fulfill the purpose of the visitor’s interaction with our website. Our firm does not disclose personally identifying information other than as described below. Visitors are never obligated to supply personally identifying information, though the failure to disclose information may prevent them from engaging in certain website-related activities.
Alexander Thompson Arnold PLLC may retain your Personal information as long as necessary for the provision of the services, internal analytical purposes, or to comply with its legal obligations, resolve disputes and enforce agreements (e.g. settlement). The criteria used to determine the retention periods include: (i) how long the personal data is needed to provide the services and operate the business; (ii) the type of personal data collected; and (iii) whether we are subject to a legal, contractual or similar obligation to retain the data (e.g., mandatory data retention laws, government orders to preserve data relevant to an investigation, or data that must be retained for the purposes of litigation or disputes).
Alexander Thompson Arnold PLLC takes all appropriate measures reasonably necessary to protect against the unauthorized access, use, alteration, or destruction of personal information.
In order to respect the privacy of minors, Alexander Thompson Arnold PLLC does not knowingly collect, maintain or process personal Information submitted online via our Internet Services by anyone under the age of 18.
Under California Civil Code Section 1798.83, California customers are entitled to request information relating to whether a business has disclosed personal information to any third parties for the third parties’ direct marketing purposes. That notice will identify the categories of information shared and will include a list of the third parties and affiliates with which it was shared, along with their names and addresses. If you are a California resident and would like to make such a request, please submit your request in writing to the address at the bottom of this policy.
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