TERM OF USE

This privacy statement reflects Milne Pritchard Law Office’s firm commitment to and respect for your privacy. To this end, the following discloses the information gathering and dissemination practices for this web site.

The intent of this privacy policy is to detail the information Milne Pritchard Law Office may gather about individuals who visit its web sites, how that information is used and Milne Pritchard Law Office ‘s disclosure practices. Please note that this policy applies only to the Milne Pritchard Law Office web sites and not to the web sites of other companies or organizations to which we provide links.

Site Usage Information
Milne Pritchard Law Office gathers “site usage” information from all visitors to Milne Pritchard Law Office web sites. Such data is used in the aggregate, to help determine general usage patterns and fine-tune layout to ensure that our sites are as useful and enjoyable as possible. This “site usage” and statistical information may be made public information at Milne Pritchard Law Office’s discretion.

Please note that Milne Pritchard Law Office does not control all HTML served in conjunction with its sites. Milne Pritchard Law Office may include content from other parties that may perform user activity tracking other than that described herein. In particular, some of our partners may use “cookies” in ways that we do not.

Individual User Information
Individually identifiable information will not be released without that individual’s prior consent. Visitors may be asked for individually identifiable information when signing up to use certain Milne Pritchard Law Office services. In some instances, users may be asked for personal interest and demographic information in order to create a more customized user experience; however these fields will generally be optional.

From time to time, Milne Pritchard Law Office and/or its partners may contact individual users regarding legal news or to make promotional offers.

Disclosure
Milne Pritchard Law Office reserves the right to access and disclose individually identifiable information to comply with applicable laws and lawful government requests, to operate its systems properly or to protect itself or its users. Where practical, Milne Pritchard Law Office will attempt to obtain the prior consent of the individual prior to disclosing individually identifiable information.