Our Privacy Policy

People who visit a web site often are concerned about their privacy. We are concerned about their privacy, too.

Our position is simple: We won’t compromise (let alone invade) your privacy.

Schlam Stone & Dolan LLP does not collect email addresses or other relevant information (including names and company affiliations) from visitors to its blog. We do not leave cookies on your computer or use other invasive technologies.

Like any other firm, we keep on file information about parties who correspond with the firm as a normal part of our effort to maintain complete and accurate business records. This information is preserved offline. It is kept strictly for the use of the firm and is not sold, rented or otherwise disseminated to outside parties, nor is it used to provide any kind of commercial mass emailing service.

In cases where this blog has links to other web sites, visitors exercising those links must turn to those linked sites to determine what, if any, privacy policies prevail at the linked sites.

We will post on this blog any updates to our privacy policy.

This privacy policy page was last updated on October 18, 2013.

If you have questions about our privacy policy, please contact us.

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