Attorneys may be required to inform clients of policies regarding client information. Byrnes Gould understands clients’ concerns about information privacy, and we always strive to protect your information. We may collect non-public information about our clients during the course of representation with our clients’ authorization and consent. However, we will not disclose or share that information with others without our clients’ consent, except as permitted by law and applicable state ethic rules. We also retain such records for a reasonable period of time to assist our clients and comply with legal and professional requirements. We maintain strict security of information to safeguard the firm’s and our clients’ information in an effort to maintain our clients’ confidentiality.
The Google Map feature uses a Google Location API to determine a user’s location within 50 meters based off of the IP address. The user is prompted by Google Maps to allow this feature and can refuse it.
The website utilizes Google Analytics to anonymously identify and track website visitors and to collect non-personal information such as website activity, referral websites, and types of browsers and devices used to access our site. This data allows us to understand website usage patterns and make our website easier to use. Data collected from the website is not shared with any third parties. No data is disclosed, except as required or permitted by law.
The website is maintained with strict physical, electronic, and administrative safeguards to help protect personal information from unauthorized or inappropriate access.
As technology continues to change, this privacy statement may be modified to reflect any updates.