Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty, P.C. is a professional corporation.

This Privacy Policy (“Policy”) outlines the types of personally identifiable information (“PII”) the Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty (“DPF”) website and the blogs found therein, including but not limited to LexVini and Lex Canna (collectively, the “Websites”) collect and how that information is used.  Your access or use of the Websites signifies your acceptance of the terms of this Policy. If you do not agree to these terms, please do not access or use the Websites.  This Policy is effective as of May 1, 2014.

PII:  As used in this Policy, PII refers to information that would allow you to be identified or contacted, such as your name, physical address, e-mail address or telephone number.

You may elect to provide PII to DPF through the Websites by e-mailing the firm or any of its attorneys or consultants through the links provided; by subscribing to the Websites or their RSS feeds; by commenting on certain parts of the Websites; or through any other communication. We may elect to use your PII to provide you with law firm news, publications, event invitations or other mailings. If you wish to opt-out of such mailings, submit corrections to your PII, or have your PII removed from our contact database by contacting us at: [email protected].

Your PII may be shared with third parties under certain circumstances, including: (1) situations in which you have given your express consent; (2) when a service provided on the site requires that PII be shared with a service provider that has agreed not to disclose the information to third parties; (3) pursuant to a lawful request by a court of competent jurisdiction or upon presentation of a valid law enforcement warrant; (4) to protect and defend the legitimate business interests, rights or property of DPF, and (5) in urgent circumstances, to protect personal or public safety.

Usage Data:  “Usage Data” refers to basic data about your visit to this site, including your computer’s IP address, your web browser type, operating system type, and what pages linked you to the Websites.

DPF may utilize Usage Data for administrative, analytical, research, optimization, security and other purposes. Specifically, we may use your Usage Data to compile statistics, provide security and to otherwise enhance the Websites and your user experience. We may also provide Usage Data to employees, contractors or other third parties in order to perform site improvements and other services on our behalf.

Cookies:  “Cookies” are tiny text files that are stored on your computer’s hard drive when you visit certain web pages that identify your computer and may store information about you.  DPF may use cookies and other technologies in order to improve information and services made available on the Websites. From this we may learn what web pages you visit and which of the various Websites features are used. The foregoing Usage Data and cookies will not reveal your identity or be linked to you personally.

Most browsers have the capability of rejecting cookies, and if you are concerned about their usage, you are encouraged to avail yourself of that technology. Please be advised, however, that this site may not function properly for you without cookies.

Third Party Sites:  Third-party links may appear on the Websites.  By accessing any external sites, you are agreeing to the privacy policies of those sites. Please understand that the external sites may have different policies with respect to the collection, use and disclosure of your PII, Usage Data, and cookies.  We are not liable in any way for the actions, inactions or policies of any third party sites.

Miscellaneous:  DPF reserves the right to change, modify or update this policy at any time without notice. Any substantial changes in the way your personal information is used will be posted here.