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Privacy Policy

McCarthy Garber Law, LLC Privacy Policy

Date of last revision: June 14, 2017

This privacy policy (“Privacy Policy”) is between McCarthy Garber Law, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company (also doing business as Colorado Startup Lawyer and Colorado Appeals Lawyer) (“MGL” or the “Company” or “we”), and the person or entity (“you” or “User”) that has decided to use any of MGL’s websites, access its content, or contact MGL (“Content”).

MGL values and respects the importance of your privacy. That is why we strive to only send you emails and collect your information when we think that doing so improves your experience in viewing our Content. If you feel that we could improve in this mission in any way, please let us know by sending us your feedback to the following email address: info@McCarthyGarberLaw.com.

1. Information Collection and Use

By reviewing our Content or choosing to contact us, you may provide us a variety of information including personally identifiable and non-personally identifiable information. We may collect, store, and share this personal information with third parties, consistent with the terms of this Privacy Policy. Here are some examples of the following types of personal information we collect from you:

A. Personally Identifiable Information: Collection

Personally identifiable information is data that can be used to contact or identify a single person. Through your own submissions, we collect your name, e-mail address, telephone number, and information regarding your reason for contacting us.

B. Personally Identifiable Information: Use

We use your personally identifiable information to contact you to further discussion your situation.

C. Non-Personally Identifiable Information: Collection

Non-personally identifiable information includes general details about your computer and connection (including the type of computer/mobile device, operating system, web-browser or other software, language preference, and hardware), the referring website, the date and time of visit, and internet content provider information.

D. Non-Personally Identifiable Information: Use

We may use your non-personally identifiable information and behavior gathered from transaction activity, our server log files, or from surveys to perform research on how to make the Content better for our Users. This research may be compiled, analyzed, or sold on an aggregated basis, which does not include information identifying individual users. The Company and its affiliates may share this aggregated data with business partners or other third parties to better understand our Users, how the Site is used, and how it can be made more effective for Users.

E. Cookies

Cookies are small text files that a website writes onto your computer. We use tracking pixels from third-party providers, such as, Facebook, Outbrain, and Google. These third parties may use cookies, web beacons, and similar technologies to collect or receive information regarding your activity on our website and elsewhere on the internet, and use that information to provide measurement services and target ads.

2. Protecting Personal Information

A. Access to Personal Information

Only our attorneys, staff, and associated individuals (such as legal interns) will see your personal information for the purposes of responding to your inquiry.

B. Important Disclosures

We reserve the right to disclose your personal information to protect our rights, comply with state or federal laws, judicial proceedings, or a court order. We also reserve the right to share information to investigate, prevent, or take action regarding suspected illegal activities, suspected fraud, situations involving potential threats to the physical safety of any person, abuse of our website or Content, or as otherwise required by law.

C. Use in the Event of Acquisition

In the event we merge with or are acquired by another company or entity, we reserve the right to transfer your information to that new operator, without providing you notice of the same.

D. Do Not Track Signals

Some technologies, such as web browsers or mobile devices, provide a setting that when turned on sends a Do Not Track (DNT) signal when browsing a website or app. There is currently no common standard for responding to DNT Signals or even in the DNT signal itself. If you use any technology that requests that we not track your web browsing, our Content will not track your browsing habits.

3.Third Party Use and Waiver of Liability

A. Third Party Use of Information

We reserve the right to use and disseminate information to third parties in accordance with the provisions of this agreement.

B. Use of Third Party Payment Content

We use third-party payment services for financial transactions (currently, AffinPay LLC d/b/a LawPay). Any information you share with those or other third-party services are subject to any terms of service, privacy policy, or other agreements with those third parties. Please review those policies to assure you wish to use those services under those terms. We have no control over those terms or how those third parties utilize, store, and protect your information.

C. Waiver of Liability

We are committed to protecting your privacy and limit our interactions to third parties which we have confidence will not misuse your information. However, we do not control those third parties. You agree that we are not responsible for any misuse of information by third parties, whether such misuse is through negligence, intentional misconduct, or any action or inaction by a third party or others.

D. Links to Third Parties

Our Content may link to or otherwise provide information from or about other websites, apps, and other third-party Content. These other Content may have privacy practices that differ from our own. Please note that we are not responsible for the actions of others or the accuracy of any information they provide. You are solely responsible for investigating those websites, apps, or other Content, including their terms of service and privacy policies.

4. General Provisions

A. No Unsolicited Personal Information Requests

We will never ask you for your personal information in an unsolicited letter, call, or e-mail.

B. Subject to Change

Our business, and the Content we provide, are constantly evolving. We may change our Privacy Policy at any time. You are responsible for checking for updates of our Privacy Policy and other terms. Continued use of or accessing our Content constitutes acceptance of any new or modified terms.

C. Security

The security of our Content is important to us and use reasonable efforts to secure any information you provide to our systems. Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, we do not and cannot guarantee your security. As with disclosure of any information electronically, there is a risk that any information you disclose by use of the Content could be collected or used by others. This could result in unsolicited messages from third parties or use of such information by third parties for their own purposes, legal or illegal. You hereby waive any claims against us and agree not to hold us liable for the theft or misuse of personal information.

D. Changing Your Information

Should you wish to change your contact information or other information that you provide us, contact us at info@McCarthyGarberLaw.com to request a change.

E. Questions About Policy

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, contact us at: info@McCarthyGarberLaw.com. By accessing any of our Content, you are affirming that you understand and agree with the terms of our Privacy Policy.

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