Last Revised: February 28, 2023
This Privacy Notice describes:
- the information that Drapp Law LLC (“we”) collects fromyou in any form, including when you interact with our website, www.drapplaw.com (“Website”); and
- how we collect, store, secure, use and disclose the information that we receive, including sharing that information with third parties.
How to Contact Us
If you have any questions, concerns or complaints about our Privacy Notice or our data collection or processing practices, or if you want to report any suspected security violations, please contact us at (203) 647-3135.
Information We Collect
Information you provide to us. We will collect data from you that you voluntarily provide. For example, if you use our “Contact Us” form on the Website, sign up for our newsletter, provide us with feedback or contact us via e-mail, we will collect the information that you voluntarily provide to reply or send you the requested newsletter.
Information We Receive From Your Use of Our Website
- We may receive certain types of information automatically when you access the Website, such as your browser type and internet protocol (IP) address. While the system may collect this information, we generally do not identify or match this information with your other personal information; however, we reserve the right to do so under certain circumstances (including, but not limited to, reporting to law enforcement authorities, or in response to subpoenas). The information is used to diagnose Website technical problems, facilitate your use of our Website, or track aggregate Website traffic patterns. We may share this aggregated data, which does not identify you, with third parties.
Links to Third Party Websites
How We Use and Share Your Information
We do not sell your information to anyone. We use your information that we collect from the Website only for purposes of operating the Website and as detailed below.
With your consent. We may share your information with third parties if you have given us your consent to do so.
To perform services. We may disclose your information to third parties in order to perform services you request.
To communicate with you. We use your information to send you information about our services, to respond to you when you contact us, to call you as a part of secondary fraud protection, or to solicit your feedback. If you provided us with an email address, we may also send newsletters, surveys, offers, and other promotional materials related to our services and for other marketing purposes.
With third party service providers performing services on our behalf. We may share information with our third party service providers to perform the functions for which we engage them. For example, we may share information about you with Google Analytics so that Google Analytics can provide us with information about Website usage or we may share information about you with an email marketing provider to manage some of our communications with you.
To improve the Website. We use the information we collect to improve the Website and to develop new services and benefits.
For corporate restructuring. We may share some or all of your information in connection with or during a merger, financing, acquisition or dissolution transaction or proceeding involving sale, transfer, divestiture, or disclosure of all or a portion of our business or assets. If another company acquires our company, business, or assets, that company will possess the information we collected and will assume the rights and obligations regarding your information as described in this Privacy Notice.
For legal purposes. We may preserve or disclose information about you to comply with a law, regulation, legal process, or governmental request; to assert legal rights or defend against legal claims; or to prevent, detect, or investigate illegal activity, fraud, abuse, violations of our terms, or threats to the security of the Services or the physical safety of any person.
Your Options Regarding Your Information
If you decide at any time that you no longer wish to accept Cookies from us for any of the purposes described above, then you can instruct your browser, by changing its settings, to stop accepting Cookies or to prompt you before accepting a Cookie from the websites you visit. If you do not accept Cookies, however, you may not be able to use all functionality of the Website.
Change Your Information
You may contact us to request to review, update, correct or delete information. We may retain an archived copy of your records.
We retain information about you that we collect for as long as necessary for business purposes. We will retain and use this information as necessary to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements with users, and/or the period required by laws in applicable jurisdictions.
We use a combination of technical, administrative, and physical controls to maintain the security of your information. If you have a security-related concern, please contact us.
We do not collect personally identifiable data from any person that we know to be under the age of thirteen (13). If we learn that a child under thirteen (13) has submitted information to us through any part of our Website, we will delete this information as soon as practical.
Changes to this Privacy Notice
This Privacy Notice may be updated from time to time for any reason. If you have provided your email address, we will notify you before we make any material changes to this Privacy Notice.
You can then decide whether you would like to continue to use the Website. If you have not provided us with your email address, we will notify you of any changes to our Privacy Notice by posting the new Privacy Notice on the Website and we will change the “Last Updated” date above. You should consult this Privacy Notice regularly for any changes.
Privacy Protection Policy Required by CGS §42-471
Updated: February 28, 2023
We collect Social Security Numbers (“SSN”) from clients only when it is necessary to perform legal services on their behalf. Additionally, we keep records of employees’ SSN, as required by law. We safeguard SSN by protecting the confidentiality of, prohibiting unlawful disclosure of and limiting access to SSN as described below.
Except as authorized by law and by the client, we do not disclose SSN of current or former clients or SSN of customers, clients, patients or employees of clients that we obtain in the course of representing our clients. Any disclosure authorized by a client must be consistent with applicable laws, the provisions of the codes of professional responsibility and rules of ethics governing our conduct as lawyers. As a general matter, we treat all information we receive from clients as confidential and protect it as such. Additionally, we limit access to sensitive information such as SSNs to those who require access to carry out necessary job functions.
Access to SSN of employees is strictly limited to employees with a business need to access such information. The limited employees with access to employee SSN may not disseminate SSN internally or externally, except to fulfill a necessary business function such as performing payroll or employee benefit functions, or to comply with a court order, service of process, or other applicable law. We train all staff annually on the importance of the protection of client information and, in particular, of sensitive personal information such as SSN.