Privacy Policy

We care about your privacy.  This Policy describes how Ineō Law Group, PLLC (Ineō) collects and uses certain information we gather from our public website, www.ineolaw.com.  This Policy also describes some of the choices you can make about the information we gather about you.  

 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding our Privacy Policy, please let us know by email at info@ineolaw.com.

 

Why collect information?  Ineō collects data from website users for a number of reasons, including:  to improve website content, to personalize user experiences, to improve customer service, to analyze website usage, and to maximize efficiency with client communication and contact.  Ineō is the sole owner of the information collected on this website.  We will not sell or rent this information to anyone. 

 

Information you provide.  Information you provide includes the contact information you submit when using the "Contact" and "Message" forms on this website.  We may use this information to contact you regarding your message.  Also, if you correspond with us via email through any "@ineolaw.com" email address, we may retain all content, email addresses, and responses.  Unless you ask us not to, we may contact you after your matter is closed with us to remind you about upcoming filing dates.

 

Information automatically collected.  We also may collect information about your visit to our website.  We may store that information in web server logs that automatically record the activities on our sites.  Information collected in this manner can include: the location where you accessed our website, your Internet Protocol (IP) address, the kind of browser and computer you use, the length of your visit, and other activities performed while on our website.

 

Cookies.  Ineō may use cookies and other similar technologies to help store and track information about the users of our website.  Cookies are very common and are usually accepted by default by man internet browser applications.  Cookies are small pieces of data that are stored on your computer's hard drive that help us improve your access to our site and allow us to identify returning users to our website.  You have the option to disable cookies from this site.  Please see this wikihow article on disabling cookies for more information.

 

Links to other websites.   There are links to other websites found throughout ineolaw.com; however, this Policy only applies to the information collected by this website.  Ineō is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of other websites.  If you are referred to another external website, please read their privacy policy before disclosing any personal information.

 

Use of website does not create an Attorney-Client relationship.  Use of the Ineō website does not create any attorney-client relationship with any attorney or employee of Ineō.  If you wish to be represented by Ineō, you must schedule a consultation and enter into a formal Agreement for Legal Representation.  An attorney-client relationship is created by agreement by both parties.

 

Correcting, Deleting, Amending Information, and Opting Out.  You may opt out of any future contacts from Ineō at any time.  Contact us by phone, mail, or email us at info@ineolaw.com to see what kind of data we have on record for you, if any, correct or amend information about you, request we delete any data we have about you, or to opt out of future communications from us.

 

Changes to the Privacy Policy.  We will update this Privacy Policy from time to time to remain current with privacy laws and as we change how we collect and use website user information.  Updates and changes to this Policy will appear on this webpage.  This Policy was last updated November 2015.

 

 


 

 

 

 

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