MMPS provides this notice to explain its practices regarding collection and use of personal information through this website (the “Site”). MMPS will not disclose, sell or rent any of your identifiable personal information to any third party, unless approved by you or required by law. MMPS may share non-personal, anonymous, summary or aggregate user data with third parties. Please note that, although MMPS aims to protect your personal information against unauthorized disclosure, the firm cannot guarantee that your personal information will never be disclosed in a manner inconsistent with this policy.
The Site collects personally identifiable information like names and addresses only from visitors who voluntarily input such information in response to prompts we have placed at various points on our web site. We also collect e-mail addresses from the e-mails you send us. We may also use your e-mail address to help diagnose problems with our server, and to administer our web site. Your e-mail address may also be used to gather broad demographic information and generate user statistics. In addition, we may use the personally identifiable information we collect online only to send you information about the firm or its publications. The data we hold is kept securely and only accessed by authorized personnel.
Our computers automatically collect certain information when you visit our site, like the type of browser you are using or the domain name of your Internet service provider. They also collect aggregate information on the site pages our users visit. You may choose to fill out our inquiry form and supply us with your name, address, phone number, e-mail and firm. This information is used to respond to your comments and questions about our services, and this site. For both current and former clients, we do not disclose to anyone other than our own attorneys and employees any nonpublic personal information obtained in the course of our representation of you, except with your consent or as required by law. Exceptions are disclosures to third parties who monitor the web site and to parties who assist or cooperate in preparing firm mailings. It is possible, for example, that we could be compelled to disclose such information in response to the service upon us of a subpoena issued by a court or agency. In any such case we would timely advise you of the receipt by us of such legal process, and otherwise act in any lawful manner to protect your interests, such as by asserting (if appropriate) claims of attorney-client privilege.
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