Information we obtain:
Marin, Eljaiek & Lopez, P.L. currently collects information that can be used to personally identify visitors through this Web site, such as:
(b) Information that you provide when you choose to register to receive our newsletters, bulletins, event notifications and the like, such as your name and contact details. We will use this information to provide you with the information you request and other items which we believe may be of interest to you.
(c) Information that you provide when you send emails to Marin, Eljaiek & Lopez, P.L., again such as contact details. We will use this information to help us review and respond to your emails. Any email to this Web site and any reply thereto do not, in and of themselves, create an attorney-client relationship, and the sender must have no expectation whatsoever of confidentiality with regard to any information contained in his or her email(s). Do not send any information to this Web site that you wish to keep confidential.
(d) Information that may be obtained by or provided to us in other manners customary for the operation of a Web site of this nature, such as server logs.
Marin, Eljaiek & Lopez, P.L. may also use your personal information for our own internal purposes, such as tracking Web site usage and determining areas of interest for users of this site. If you wish to be added to or removed from our database or if you would like to correct your information to ensure that it is accurate and kept up to date, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Data security, transfer of information abroad, and disclosure to third parties:
We may disclose your personal information to any of our affiliate offices for the above purposes.
In the case of visitors that register on this Web site to receive newsletters, bulletins, event notifications and the like, and in certain other instances, Marin, Eljaiek & Lopez, P.L. may use "cookies."
"Cookies" are used to store and sometimes track your preferences in order to provide you with customized and personalized services. A cookie is data sent to your Internet browser from a Web server and stored on your computer hard drive. Cookies make your Web experience easier by storing passwords and preferences. Cookies are used by most Internet Web sites.
You can adjust your browser settings to refuse all cookies or to inform you when a cookie is being placed on your hard drive. However, your election not to accept cookies may diminish your experience with Web sites because of additional time needed to repeatedly enter personal identifying information.
If you have any questions concerning this policy, please email email@example.com