a. Personal Information.
You need not provide Connelly Law with personally identifying information (e.g., name, telephone number, email address, city and/or state of residence) as a condition of using the Website. However, Your failure to provide certain personally identifying information when asked will prevent certain features of the Website from functioning, or will prevent Connelly Law from effectively responding to certain of Your requests. The Website will collect only that personally identifying information that You affirmatively provide in response to a direct request.
b. Non-Personal Information.
The Website is not directed to children under thirteen years of age. It is the policy of Connelly Law not to knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of thirteen.
INFORMATION USE AND DISCLOSURE
a. Personal Information.
“Cookies” are text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit or certain emails that you open. A Cookie acts as a string of information stored on a user’s computer or mobile device, and that the user’s browser provides to the website each time the user submits a query to the website. The purpose of a Cookie is to identify the user as a unique user of the Service.
Connelly Law uses two types of Cookies – “first-party cookies” and “third-party cookies.”
Connelly Law uses first-party cookies on the Service, for example the Google Analytics Cookie, for the following purposes:
- to gather visitor and access information relevant to customizing the Service to your interests; and
- to store your password so you do not have to re-enter it each time you use the Service.
In addition to these purposes, Google, Inc. (“Google”) uses third-party cookies on our site to serve online interest-based advertisements to you on other sites. As an important example, Google uses a Cookie known as “DoubleClick” to enable both Google and Google’s third-party marketing partners to serve advertisements to You based on information gathered during Your use of the Service or Your visit to other websites and services.
Connelly Law may advertise on other third-party websites to You after You access the Website. We and third-party marketing partners, including without limitation Google, Facebook, Inc., and Twitter, Inc., may use first-party cookies (such as the Google Analytics cookie) and third-party Cookies (such as the DoubleClick cookie) to inform, optimize, and serve advertisements to You based on your use of the Website.
Google allows users to customize Cookie preferences in Google Ads Settings page. You can also learn more about how to delete or control Cookies at www.aboutcookies.org.
BUSINESS TRANSFERS; BANKRUPTCY
ABILITY TO ACCESS, UPDATE, AND CORRECT PERSONAL INFORMATION
To confirm the completeness and accuracy of, or make changes to, Your personally identifying information on file with Connelly Law, or if You no longer wish to receive Connelly Law’s newsletter or other materials requested from Connelly Law, please contact Connelly Law.
COMMUNICATIONS MADE TO THIRD PARTIES BY MEANS OF THE WEBSITE; SHARE THIS PAGE FEATURE
You acknowledge that any communications sent by You to third parties by means of the Website (e.g. through a “tell-a-friend” form), whether by email or otherwise, are not private, and such communications may be read by third parties with or without Your knowledge. Further, You agree that the content of any communications that You send to third parties by means of the Website shall be non-confidential and non-proprietary. Connelly Law reserves the right to use such communication for any purpose.
The “Share this Page” feature of the Website allows You to share information about Connelly Law by sending emails containing links to certain Website pages. If You choose the “Send this Page” feature, or similar feature, Connelly Law will automatically send an email on Your behalf to the indicated recipient. Your name and email address will appear in the “From” line of such email, while the “Subject” line and body of the email message will explain the email’s contents. Connelly Law does not retain, share, or store any recipient email address provided in connection with the “Send this Page” feature, or similar feature.
SECURITY OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
Connelly Law has implemented and maintains reasonable security procedures and practices to protect against the unauthorized access, use, modification, destruction, or disclosure of Your personally identifying information.
Created: Feb. 9, 2021