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Updated July 9, 2017

(1)  In general

This privacy policy (this “Privacy Policy”) governs and describes how The Chevalier Law Firm (“TCLF”) collects, uses, stores, and shares information provided by or collected from users of this website. This Privacy Policy applies to every user of this website and is subject to change at any time without notice. This Privacy Policy does not apply to the collection, use, storage, or sharing of information provided to or collected by TCLF by means other than via this website.

(2)  Effective date; Acceptance of this Privacy Policy  


The effective date of this Privacy Policy is the date shown above paragraph (1). Your use of this website constitutes your acceptance of this Privacy Policy.

(3)  Personal information collected by TCLF  


The collection of your personal information by TCLF, if any information is collected at all, is limited to the following: name, telephone number, email address, mailing address, office address, and any other information or details that you choose to disclose to TCLF. TCLF is only able to collect personal information that you affirmatively and voluntarily choose to disclose.

(4)  How TCLF collects personal information  


Your personal information is collected only if you affirmatively and voluntarily transmit a contact request to TCLF via this website. This website does not have the means to collect personal information via any other manner, including web server logs or cookies. The TCLF does not engage third parties for the purpose of collecting personal information.

(5)  How TCLF uses personal information


TCLF might use your personal information for purposes of engaging in the practice of law or for responding to a contact request submitted by you.

(6)  Sharing of personal information


TCLF will not sell, give, share, license, or otherwise disclose your personal information to anyone who is not an owner, employee, or independent contractor of TCLF.

(7)  Choices concerning personal information


You may email TCLF at any time to opt out of receiving any unsolicited communications from TCLF. Such emails should be sent to and should either clearly state your decision to opt out, or should contain the word remove or unsubscribe in the subject line. Upon receiving such an email, TCLF will promptly take all steps necessary to stop sending you unsolicited communications.