This Privacy Statement describes our general principles for the collection and use of information from customers and visitors to our Web sites. We pledge to use information about our Web site visitors responsibly, and we will not disclose this information for commercial purposes to any person or organization outside of Blakeley LLP, other than as described herein. Please read on for more details.

Information Collection and Disclosure
Blakeley LLP does not currently collect personal identifying information except (i) to the extent that your web browser provides personal identifying information; (ii) for subscription registration to Blakeley LLP publications; or (iii) to the extent that you provide this information in an email request for information. The information you give us is kept in a database not located on the internet.

Blakeley LLP does not use or disclose information about you or information that you may give us, such as your name, address, email address or telephone/fax number, to any outside companies or parties. We do not rent, sell, or trade any of our mailing lists.

Blakeley LLP may however release information if it is required to do so by law or in the good-faith belief that such action is necessary to: (1) comply with the law or comply with legal process served on Blakeley LLP; and (2) protect and defend the legitimate business interests, rights or property of Blakeley LLP.

Blakeley LLP may decide to collect information submitted voluntarily through 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 websites. 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 websites because of additional time needed to repeatedly enter personal identifying information.

Accessing and Updating Your Personal Information
Blakeley LLP provides all subscribers of its newsletter(s) with reasonable opportunity to update their profile information. If you have disclosed information to us via an online or offline application, you may email us with any changes you would like made.

Changes to Our Policies
From time to time, we may use customer information for new, unanticipated uses not previously disclosed in this privacy statement. Blakeley LLP reserves the right to update and make changes to this Legal Notice. If our information practices change, we will post and highlight the policy changes on this page, and we will provide customers with the opportunity to opt out of the new data uses. Visitors are advised to review this notice on a regular basis.

Effective Date
This Privacy Policy was last updated on June 30, 2004 and is effective hereon.

Contacting the Web Site
If you have any questions about Blakeley LLP’s Privacy Statement or our policies with respect to personal information, please send us an e-mail.
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