Last revised: October 2013
Briefcase Law believes fundamentally in people’s right to privacy. The purpose of this policy is to transparently declare how we collect information about you and the security and other measures that we employ to protect your information.
When you visit our website, you will not be required to identify yourself or provide any personal information in order to browse the site.
Briefcase Law will give you the opportunity, at the time of providing us with your data, to opt-out of any use of that data that is ancillary to any core service that we provide to you. We will also provide you with the same opportunity to opt-out at any future time that we make any such use of your information.
Our principle ancillary use of your data will be to communicate with you to answer any queries that you may have, to update you on our activities and to remind you of the services that we offer. Given the unpredictable nature of your need for the services that we offer, we hope that you will be happy to continue to receive such material from time to time.
Under no circumstances will we sell any information that you provide us with to any third parties.
You are entitled at any time to revise your permission with regards to ancillary use of your information by emailing us at email@example.com or writing to us at:
24 Custance House
London N1 7QU
Details about our use of your information should you become a client of Briefcase Law can be found within our Terms and Conditions, a copy of which will be given to you at our first meeting.
Our Data Protection Register Entry Details on the Information Commissioner’s Office website also gives further details.
We may use cookie technology on our website.
Cookies are files generated by a website that you visit that are stored on your computer. These files do not identify you personally and you are free to use your browser’s settings to block cookies or to decline to accept the cookies by not clicking on the ‘Accept’ button on our website’s cookie warning bar.
If you do accept cookies from our website, they will be used to help us analyse and understand traffic to our website and to help us to provide you with a better and personalised service.
Briefcase Law employs standard IT protocols for the protection of data, including password protection, anti-virus and firewall technology. We take all reasonable steps to protect any personal information that we hold and comply with all the requirements and principles of the Data Protection Act 1998. However, by the continued use of our website, you acknowledge the inherent security weaknesses of internet communications protocols and you agree that you will not hold us liable for any breach of security except in the circumstance that we have been negligent or in wilful default.
Changes to this policy
If you have any further questions, please contact us on 020 3714 7401 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.