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Privacy Policy

By visiting, using, and/or submitting information to TheDaileyLawFirm.com, its sub-domains, and affiliated sites (collectively “TheDaileyLawFirm.com”), you are accepting the practices described in this Privacy Policy and the terms and conditions of our Agreement of Terms of Use located at the URL TheDaileyLawFirm.com (the “Terms of Use“).  For purposes of this Agreement and the Privacy Policy, the terms “we,” “us,” or “our” means The Dailey Law Firm, PLLC. 

The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to help you understand how we collect and use your personal information.

Collection of Personally Identifiable Information.

Certain features of TheDaileyLawFirm.com require you to provide personally identifiable information.  Personally, identifiable information generally includes information that could be used to determine your identity, such as your name, address, phone number, e-mail address, date of birth, and other personal information.  The following are certain situations in which we may collect personally identifiable information from you:

  • We do not share personal data (phone numbers) and consent with third parties / affiliates or partners without your consent or we are legally required to do so

  • Registration. When you register with us, we may ask for personally identifiable information like your e-mail address and birth date.  We collect this personally identifiable information from you.

  • Use of Forums. If you choose to transmit, submit, or post information through any forums available on DaileyLawFirmPLLC.com, we will collect the information you provide.

  • Forms We may collect personally identifiable information from you if you choose to fill out any forms, profiles, or surveys on TheDaileyLawFirm.com.

  • Correspondence. If you send us personal correspondence, such as emails or letters, or if other users or third parties send us correspondence about your activities or postings on TheDaileyLawFirm.com, we may choose to collect such information about you.

  • Business Partners. We may receive your personally identifiable information from one of our business partners.

  • Other Sources. We may receive and collect information about you from other sources, such as instant messaging services, blogs, newspapers, other users of our products and services, and our affiliates.

 

Use of Personally Identifiable Information

 

We use your personally identifiable information as follows:

  • to fulfill your requests for certain products, services, and information;

  • to contact you and deliver information to you such as administrative notices, offerings, and other communications relevant to your use of TheDaileyLawFirm.com;

  • to provide you information about seminars, services, events, and information offered by us and our affiliates;

  • to analyze site usage, conduct market research, improve marketing and promotional efforts, and improve and customize our content, layout, products, and services;

  • to provide customer support and troubleshoot and resolve problems and disputes;

  • for trying to detect and protect against error, fraud, or other criminal activity, enforcing our Terms of Use, other internal purposes, and as otherwise described to you at the time of collection; and

  • as otherwise set forth in this Privacy Policy.

 

You expressly agree to our use of your personally identifiable information as set forth in this Privacy Policy and the Terms of Use.

Disclosure of Personally Identifiable Information

 

The following describes some of the ways that your personally identifiable information may be disclosed in the normal scope of business:

  • Co-Sponsored Events. Depending on your privacy preferences, we may contact you with information about seminars and other events sponsored by us. Some of these events may be co-sponsored with other organizations. In such cases, we may lend our mailing list to a co-sponsor so that all of the communications regarding the event can be processed centrally.

  • “Email a Friend” Features. TheDaileyLawFirm.com contains features that allow you to forward information and personal messages to a colleague or associate.  When you use one of these features, we will ask you to provide your name and email address and your colleague’s name and email address. We use this information only to customize and deliver your message.

  • Employment Information. In some cases, you may be able to use TheDaileyLawFirm.com to search for our job openings and to submit a job application. When you use TheDaileyLawFirm.com to apply for a job, you will be asked to provide certain personal information, such as your name, address, telephone number, email address, educational background, and employment history. You may also send us your résumé and other information relating to your job search or application. We use this information only for recruiting and employment purposes; we do not use it for marketing purposes. If we hire you, the information you provide during the recruiting process will become part of our employee records.

  • Forums.  Any information that you place or submit to be placed within any forum on TheDaileyLawFirm.com may be disclosed to the public.

  • Advertisers.  For marketing or promotional purposes, personally identifiable information and other personal information collected from you may not be shared with third parties/affiliates or partners unless consent is provided or we are legally required to do so. With your consent, we may aggregate personally identifiable information and disclose such information in a non-personally identifiable manner to advertisers and other third parties for their marketing and promotional purposes.

  • External Service Providers. There may be a number of separate services offered by third parties on TheDaileyLawFirm.com that we refer to as external service providers and that may be complementary to your use of TheDaileyLawFirm.com.  We will only provide your personally identifiable information to an external service provider with your consent.  To prevent the disclosure of your personally identifiable information to an external service provider, you can decline such consent or simply not use their services.

 

Please note that if you choose to use the services of, or disclose information to, an external service provider, then the external service provider’s use of your information is governed by the external service provider’s privacy policy.  You should evaluate the practices of external service providers before deciding to use their services.

  • Internal Service Providers.  We may use third parties that we refer to as internal service providers to facilitate or outsource one or more aspects of our business, product, and service operations (e.g., technology, Forums, analytical tools, advertising campaign management) and therefore we may provide some of your personal information directly to these internal service providers. To prevent the disclosure of your personally identifiable information to an external service provider, you can decline such consent or simply not use their services.

Please note that if you provide additional information to an internal service provider directly, then the internal service provider’s use of your personally identifiable information is governed by the internal service provider’s privacy policy. You should evaluate the practices of internal service providers before deciding to provide information directly to an internal service provider.

  • Successors in Interest. Your personal information may be transferred to another law firm that succeeds to all or part of our business, for example, if we reorganize our structure or transfer a significant portion of our assets or personnel to another firm. In such an event, your personal information will continue to be protected by this Privacy Policy and the privacy preferences you have expressed to us.

 

Notwithstanding the foregoing, we reserve the right (and you authorize us) to share or disclose your personally identifiable information when we determine, in our sole discretion, that the disclosure of your personally identifiable information is necessary to identify or contact you or bring a legal action, including against you if:

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  • you are or may be violating this Privacy Policy or our Terms of Use;

  • you are interfering with another’s rights or property, including, without limitation, our rights or property;

  • you are violating any applicable law, rule, or regulation;

  • necessary or required by any applicable law, rule, or regulation; and/or

  • requested by authorities in the event of any act of terrorism or instance of local, regional or national emergency.

 

For marketing or promotional purposes, personally identifiable information and other personal information collected from you may not be shared with third parties/affiliates or partners unless consent is provided or we are legally required to do so.

Personally identifiable information and other personal information collected from you may also be transferred to a third party as a result of a sale, acquisition, merger, other transfer, reorganization, or bankruptcy (a “Transfer“) involving us and/or our affiliates.  We specifically reserve the right to transfer personally identifiable information collected from TheDaileyLawFirm.com, and any of its databases, together with any personally identifiable information contained therein, to a third party in connection with a Transfer, and nothing in this Privacy Policy is intended to interfere with our ability to transfer all or part of our business and/or assets (including TheDaileyLawFirm.com) to an affiliate or independent third party at any time, for any purpose, without any limitation whatsoever.

Please note that, although we use security measures to keep your personally identifiable information anonymous, no security measure is perfect or impenetrable. In addition, due to the existing environment, we cannot ensure that all of your private communications and other personally identifiable information will never be disclosed in ways not otherwise described in this Privacy Policy.  By way of example (without limiting the foregoing), we may be forced to disclose personal information to the government or third parties under certain circumstances or third parties may unlawfully intercept or access transmissions or private communications. Therefore, (notwithstanding anything to the contrary within this Privacy Policy and the Terms of Use of the TheDaileyLawFirm.com), you use TheDaileyLawFirm.com at your own risk and we do not promise, and you should not expect, that your personally identifiable information or private communications will always remain private.

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Network Advertising

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We may use third-party advertising companies for marketing, advertising, and promotional purposes, as well as to serve advertisements to you. Using third-party advertising companies helps us and third-party advertisers better determine which advertisements or content to serve to you. For example, the third-party advertisers may use information regarding your visits to TheDaileyLawFirm.com and other Web sites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services that the third-party advertisers believe will be in the best interest of you.

The types of information that may be collected by third-party advertising companies include the following:

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  • the type of Internet browser you use;

  • the type of computer operating system you use;

  • the domain name of a Web site you visit, as well as information related to Web sites and Web pages you are viewing when an advertisement is requested;

  • whether or not you visit specific pages of TheDaileyLawFirm.com or other Web sites;

  • the location of your Internet service provider’s point of presence;

  • the date and time of a visit to a Web site;

  • search keywords passed from another server;

  • the number of times you have clicked on an advertisement; and

  • other interactions between you and a Web site.

Website visitors who do not want their data used by Google Analytics can install the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on. To opt-out of Analytics for the web, visit the Google Analytics opt-out page and install the add-on for your browser. Learn more about opt-out and how to properly install the browser add-on here.

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Visitors can also opt-out of Google Analytics for Display Advertising and customize Google Display Network ads using the Ads Settings.

 

Changes to Personally Identifiable Information and Use Preferences

You may at any time opt-out of our use of your personally identifiable information via our unsubscribe process available at TheDaileyLawFirm.com. After we process your opt-out request, we will stop using your personally identifiable information.

Please note, however, that after you opt-out of our use of your personally identifiable information, third parties may continue to use any personally identifiable information that may be in their possession and you may still receive offers from third parties. You must contact these third parties directly to opt-out of their use of your personally identifiable information. We are not responsible for any third party’s use or failure to stop using your personally identifiable information.

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Cookie technology

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“Cookies” are alphanumeric identifiers in the form of text files that are inserted and stored by your Web browser on your computer’s hard drive. We, our external service providers, internal service providers, and third-party advertising companies, may set and access cookies on your computer to track and store preferential information about you.  We and our external service providers, internal service providers, and third-party advertising companies gather anonymous information about you through cookie technology on an aggregate level only. For example, a third-party advertising company may assign a cookie (and a Web beacon, described below) to you, to limit the number of times you see a particular advertisement or to help better determine which advertisements to serve to you.  Please note that most Internet browsers will allow you to stop cookies from being stored on your computer and to delete cookies stored on your computer.

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  • They enable you to transact, whilst other non-essential cookies enable us to give you an enhanced, personalized web experience and determine relevant products to show you.

  • To personalize and improve your customer experience.

  • To allow you to securely sign in to our website, so that you can use “My Account” features such as order information, making payments, and viewing statements.

  • To recognize the device that you are using.

  • To store the content of your online shopping bag whilst you browse the site and to complete an order.

  • To record the areas of the Site that you have visited, products you have viewed, and time spent browsing, as well as the products you purchased. We use this information to help make the website more user-friendly, develop our Site design, and continuously improve the quality of the service we provide.

  • To distribute visitors to our Site evenly across platforms to ensure the content is served at the fastest possible speed.

  • For re-marketing purposes to determine relevant related products to show you when you are browsing on other selected websites. These cookies can be associated with services provided by a third party such as an advertising network.

Are Cookies Safe? 

Yes. The information stored in cookies is safe and anonymous to any external third party, and your account security is never compromised. You can find more information about cookies at http://www.allaboutcookies.org/ and www.youronlinechoices.com/. For a video about cookies visit https://www.google.com/intl/en-GB/policies/technologies/cookies/.

 

Security

 

We use industry-standard security measures to protect your information. In the unlikely event that an unauthorized third party compromises our security measures, we will not be responsible for any damages directly or indirectly caused by an unauthorized third party’s ability to view, use or disseminate such information.

 

Links to Other Web sites

 

TheDaileyLawFirm.com may include links to other third-party Web sites. Such links are not an endorsement by us of those Web sites and/or the products or services offered there. Third-party Web sites may have different privacy policies and we are not responsible for the privacy practices of those third-party Web sites. If you click on a link to a third-party Web site, we encourage you to check the privacy policy of that Web site, as it may differ substantially from that of this Privacy Policy.

 

Access and Use of TheDaileyLawFirm.com

TheDaileyLawFirm.Com is intended to be accessed and used only by adults and is not directed to children under the age of 18. We do not knowingly permit the registration of personally identifiable information by anyone under the age of 18.  You hereby agree not to submit any information to us about anyone under the age of 18. We cannot verify that a submission does not constitute information about a person under the age of 18.

Changes to this Privacy Policy

We reserve the right to update, amend and/or change this Privacy Policy at any time in our sole discretion and without notice. Updates to this Privacy Policy will be posted here. Any information we collect from you online is subject only to our most current Privacy Policy. You are encouraged to revisit this Privacy Policy from time to time in order to review any changes that have been made. Our last update was February 25, 2021. Your continued access and use of TheDaileyLawFirm.com following the posting of any such changes shall automatically be deemed your acceptance of the same.

 

In the event one part of this Privacy Policy is found to be invalid or unenforceable, such provision shall be struck and the other provisions shall remain valid and enforceable provided that doing so does not render the Privacy Policy meaningless or of no value.

 

Governing Law; Arbitration

 

This Privacy Policy is to be governed by and construed in accordance with the internal laws of the State of Florida, without regard for principles of conflicts of laws. Any civil action, claim, dispute, or proceeding arising out of, or relating to, this Privacy Policy shall be referred to final and binding arbitration, before a single arbitrator, under the commercial arbitration rules of the American Arbitration Association in Orange County, Florida. You and we shall select the arbitrator, and if you and we are unable to reach an agreement on the selection of the arbitrator within thirty (30) days after the notice of arbitration is served, then the American Arbitration Association shall select the arbitrator. The arbitration shall not commence until the party requesting it has deposited One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) with the arbitrator as a retainer for the arbitrator’s fees and costs. The party requesting arbitration shall advance such sums as are required from time to time by the arbitrator to pay the arbitrator’s fees and costs until the prevailing party is determined or the parties have agreed in writing to an alternate allocation of fees and costs.

 

Judgment upon any award rendered by the arbitrator shall be final, binding, and conclusive upon you and us, and your and our respective administrators, executors, legal representatives, successors and assigns, and may be entered in any court of competent jurisdiction. Notwithstanding the previous sentence, in no event shall either you or we are entitled to punitive, special, indirect, or consequential damages, and both you and we hereby waive your rights to any punitive, special, indirect, or consequential damages, including, but not limited to, damages for any loss of profit, revenue or business.  The provisions of the Terms of Use, including, without limitation, disclaimers of warranty, limitation of liability, and indemnification, apply to this Privacy Policy.

 

Amendment

 

We may amend this Privacy Policy at any time by posting the amended terms on TheDaileyLawFirm.com. All amended terms shall automatically be effective when posted on TheDaileyLawFirm.com.

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