Your Privacy Is Important to Us
This Privacy Notice addresses the kinds of information that Beermann LLP (“We”, “Beermann”, or “the Firm”) may gather about you when you visit, submit forms on, or request information through, www.beermannlaw.com. We will protect personal information by using reasonable security safeguards against loss or theft, as well as unauthorized access, disclosure, copying, use or modification.
This Privacy Notice is not intended to describe the Firm’s information privacy practices with respect to (1) communications with our clients (which are addressed in our client engagement letters and related Standard Terms of Engagement in conformity with applicable law and rules of professional conduct), (2) workplace privacy (which is addressed in our employee handbooks and other policy documents on the Firm’s intranet, or (3) information obtained from our service providers (which is addressed in our respective contracts with those providers).
We reserve the right to change our Privacy Notice at any time and for any reason, as permitted or required by applicable law, by posting changes to this page or a subsequent privacy page.
Nothing contained in this Privacy Notice is intended to create a contract or agreement between Beermann and any visitor, form submitter, or information requester, or to create or acknowledge any attorney-client relationship between Beermann and any such person.
What Information do we collect?
VISITORS: Our Firm Websites automatically log IP address information transmitted by your server, which may identify your or your Internet service provider’s Internet domain, but which normally would not include individually identifiable information such as your email address. You may browse our Firm Websites without disclosing any additional information to us, although certain services and features may be unavailable unless you provide us additional information.
FORM SUBMITTERS AND INFORMATION REQUESTERS: You may voluntarily choose to submit forms on our website or send us email to request newsletters, updates, information on our services, or to provide us with feedback. You should NOT send us any confidential information describing your legal problems or requesting advice on legal matters. See our Disclaimer for more information.
PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYEES: We collect information provided by you or relevant third parties in the context of applying for a position with us, such as through the Careers section of our website. This may include your contact details such as name, e-mail address, phone numbers and mailing address, information about the position for which you are applying, information included in your CV, and other information collected through our recruitment process.