Individual User Information that You Submit
Johnsen Law may store personally identifiable information that you submitted to our site. Such information may include your name, address, phone number, email, or personal correspondence to our team.
Non-Individual User Information Collected by Johnsen Law
Johnsen Law may also gather and store user contact information such as internet browser type, demographic data, type of device, device OS, peripheral use, software use, browsing history on our site, and the domain you visited prior to coming to our site. This data may be compiled to track groups of users and not specific individuals. We reserve the right to share non-individual user information for promotional, advertising, or other related purposes. The following link explains how Google Analytics collects and processes data: www.google.com/policies/privacy/partners/.
Use of Individual Information
We may also compile data from other sites with data obtained through or in connection with our site. We reserve the right to transfer data to purchasers of our site assets or purchasers of our agency or divisions of our agency.
We reserve, as well, the right to store, access, and disclose any data so required by courts or government agencies. We also reserve the right to investigate any alleged harassment, fraudulent activities, or any suspected violation of criminal law, regulatory guidelines, or civil statutes.
Technology such as cookies is used to gather non-individual user data from you for the purposes of customizing your usage of our site and analyzing demographic data. Cookies are data packets that many websites place on your hard drive when you browse through them. Information in these cookies is used to track the pages you visit. You have the option of configuring your web browser to reject cookies and/or notify you that a cookie is being sent to you. You can also remove cookies from your browser. Please be advised, however, that disabling cookies may limit your ability to navigate our site.
We may publish third-party links on our site. We are not responsible for the privacy policies and/or practices of these sites.
Should you no longer wish to receive information, you may opt-out of our correspondence list. You may also request to remove your information from our database of active users. Should you choose to do so, please send an email with “Privacy” in the subject line. Johnsen Law is not responsible for removing information from third-party entities with whom we have shared your information. In the event we remove you from our list of active users, we reserve the right to keep data in our archives for business reasons.
You may change your individual user information by contacting us directly. Johnsen Law is not responsible for changing information in third-party databases.
We take every possible measure to ensure data security on our site. However, due to the nature of the internet, we cannot completely guarantee that your information will be free from access by third parties such as hackers. Using our site indicates acceptance of this risk.
18 and Older
It is our policy not to collect personally identifiable information from persons under the age of 18, and we request that such persons do not submit any personally identifiable information to us through the website. Should you be the parent or guardian of a minor who has submitted information to our site, please send an email with “Privacy” in the subject line and request his or her information be deleted.