The Firm does not currently collect or retransmit any personal identifying information (Personal Information) through our web site, except as follows:
Information that the Firm's Internet Service Provider (ISP) provides to the Firm automatically, such as a user's Internet address and possibly the user's e-mail address, and as part of reports or other information for the purpose of monitoring, evaluating, and enhancing access to and usage of the Firms web site. Such information is not retransmitted to any person or entity outside of the Firm, other than for the purpose of utilizing such information to enhance or modify the Firm's Web site. Information that a user sends to us in an e-mail message. Information that a user submits through a search request or from within our web site.
The Firm reserves the right to use Personal Information, and other information obtained from users of its web site, for its own proper purposes, but will not sell to or exchange with third parties such Personal Information.
E-Mail: E-mail sent to us may not be secure, especially if it is unsolicited and not from a person or entity with whom we have an attorney-client relationship. If you choose to send e-mail to the Firm or any attorneys or staff of the Firm, we reserve the right (but not the obligation) to retain all or a portion of the content of your e-mail, your e-mail address and our response, and all such information and material will be the property of the Firm. If you are concerned about e-mail and security, we suggest that before you send such e-mail, you communicate using what you consider to be a secure mode with the prospective recipient to discuss how best to transmit the information.
Questions and Inquiries: Should you have any questions or concerns about this policy, you may contact our Oakland office staff..