Last updated: Aug 10, 2021
Types of Information We Collect
In our course of business, we may collect information including:
E-mail addresses and phone numbers
What We Do With the Information We Gather
We collect this information in part to:
Improve our customer service
We receive and collect your information:
In the course of our business, we disclose your information in the following ways:
To enable deposition officers and court reporters to be able to support your sessions. We do not sell any customer information to third parties.
A cookie is a small file that requests permission to be placed on your computer's hard drive. Once you agree, the file is added and the cookie helps us analyze Web traffic and provide better service, both during live sessions and on an ongoing basis. Cookies allow Web applications to respond to you as an individual. The Web application, through interaction with cookies, can tailor its operations to your needs, likes, and dislikes by gathering and remembering information about your preferences. Overall, cookies help us provide you with a better Website experience. For instance, they enable us to monitor the pages you find most useful. A cookie in no way gives us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you choose to share with us. You can choose to accept or decline cookies. Web browsers sometimes accept cookies automatically, but you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer; this, however, may prevent you from taking full advantage of the Website.
We are committed to ensuring that we maintain the security, confidentiality, and integrity of your information. We store and manage your Web-based information on secure, certified, and audited servers, whether used directly by us or provided by third-party service vendors. To prevent unauthorized access or disclosure of your personal information in violation of state and federal data breach law, we have put in place physical, technical, and administrative safeguards to secure the information we collect online. We contractually hold any third-party data processors, including our vendors, to the same standards and expectations that we ourselves follow and observe.
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Fair Information Privacy Principles
As staunch believers in the protection of your data and your privacy, we incorporate widely accepted and practiced privacy principles into our everyday business conduct and operating procedures. These fair information privacy principles, as they are often referred to, include:
Access: You have the right to know what information we have collected on you and that we store in our records. This includes the ability to request, review, challenge, and amend any and all personal information, and receive that information in a legible format.
Consent: We respect your rights to opt in to receiving certain types of marketing-related information services from us, and to opt out of other types of marketing-related information services, usually related to e-mail. We also do not disclose your personal, confidential, or privileged information to any third-party without your express, written consent or as required by law or professional codes of conduct governing attorney ethics.
Transparency: You deserve to know the main purposes for how and why we use your data. We will notify you to obtain consent, or amend the Policy, if any use of your information deviates from its originally stated purpose. Collection and Use Limitation: We strive to only collect as much data, and the types of data, we need to provide legal services. We retain your personal information only to the extent required by law and professional codes of conduct governing ethics for attorneys.
Accuracy and Integrity: We do everything we can to ensure that the information we receive from you is maintained and not changed in any way. We also update any and all information regularly to ensure we maintain the most accurate information possible. In other words, we work to maintain the quality of your data.
Security: Data breaches and unwanted intrusion by hackers and would-be thieves of your information are a growing threat. We take the security of your data very seriously and make it a policy to guard this data intensely.
Accountability: We hold ourselves accountable for complying with the provisions of the Policy, protecting your privacy rights, and following applicable privacy laws. We promote internal policies and foster a culture that values your privacy.
Prevail Legal, Inc., anticipates it will conduct business with customers who are also residents of California. On January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect. This comprehensive law afforded residents with unprecedented rights, including the right to know whether businesses are selling their information to third parties and to opt out of these sales, and the right to erase information upon request. However, Prevail is currently exempt from complying with this law based on criteria enumerated in the CCPA. If and when this changes, and the exemptions no longer apply, we will amend the Policy to reflect our duties and your rights under the law.
Information from Children
Prevail does not knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of 16. We do not even contemplate forming direct legal and business relationships with children without the involvement or consent of parents or guardians. If we become aware that we have collected personal information from these children without this involvement or consent, we will immediately notify parents and delete the data in question.
Changes to the Policy
The Policy is subject to amendment and revision as needed. We will notify you through any and all available means of pending changes to the Policy and give you the opportunity to consent to the changes. We will publish the effective date of any and all revised versions of the Policy. Any issues with or requests related to the policy that occur before the effective date of the amended Policy will apply to the Policy that was in effect on the operable date.
Questions and Concerns
Please direct any and all questions, concerns related to the Policy or about your personal information to email@example.com or call us at 845-PREVAIL.