A. Classes of Information collected from you:
All personal information that we possess about you must be provided by you or obtained by us with your full and well informed authorization.
B. The Parties to Whom We Divulge Information:
There is a standing and abiding rule that does not allow us disclose private information about our customers or former customers to anyone. However, in certain situations, some specific, non-public information provide by you may be revealed to the extent the law and any applicable state code of Professional conduct permits. Such peculiar situations are:
To conform with a justifiably issued and enforceable subpoena or summons.
In the course of a reassessment of the firm’s practices influenced by the authorization of a state or national licensing board, or as required to adequately respond to questions or grievances tendered by such licensing organizations.
In the course of a potential acquisition, sale, or merging of some or all the parts of our firm, granted that all necessary precautions have been taken; for instance precautions can be taken through a written and signed confidentiality agreement which incapacitates the prospective purchaser or merger partner from divulging all information obtained during the course of the reassessment.
As a component of any realistic or foreseen legal proceedings or alternative proceedings that encompasses the resolution of disagreements either started by or against us, provided we divulge only the information relevant for filing, pursing or defending against the lawsuit and take satisfactory precautions that ascertains that the information divulged does not end up being recorded in the public records.
To make information available to partners of the firm and non-affiliated third parties who render services or duties for the firm in collaboration with our services to you, except there is a legal agreement with the other parties that disallows them from divulging or using the information for purposes or reasons different from the reasons for it was divulged.
C. Confidentiality Non-public Personal Information:
Except it is otherwise stated or depicted in this notice, we limit the access of our firm’s employees to private and personal information about you including other parties who need those information to provide you services. Their right to further reveal and use the information about you for other unwarranted reason is constrained by the privacy policies of our firm, applicable law, our Code of Professional Conduct and nondisclosure agreements where fitting. Physical, procedural and electronic safeguards are also maintained in a bid to obeying all applicable laws and regulations in order to keep your personal information safe from unauthorized access, modifications, or untimely damage.
There are sufficient and standard measures set up to help protect your Personal Data from loss, misuse, abuse or unauthorized access. However, it is unfortunate that no data transferred over the internet can be approved to be a 100% secure. Therefore, while we work hard to protect your personal information, guarantee of its security cannot be assured.