Privacy Statement

Privacy Statement

PRIVACY STATEMENT: The author of this site and the law firm value the privacy of their blog viewers. This site does not currently collect personal identifying information (PID), except: (1) to the extent that your browser provides PID, like your e-mail address or the site you linked from, to this site’s server; (2) to the extent that you provide PID to this site in an e-mail; and (3) to the extent that you provide PID to this site in a Common Gateway Interface (CGI) form (for example, when you complete a search request on this site’s “Search this Site” search feature). Your PID will be used only for the specific purpose for which you submitted the PID, except that it may be used in an aggregated form to gauge the popularity of this site.

“Cookies” are pieces of information that some websites transfer to the computer that is browsing that website, and are used for record-keeping purposes. Use of cookies enables certain functions, such as saving your passwords, lists of potential purchases, and your personal preferences regarding your use of the particular website. This site does not currently use cookies; however, the author of this site and the law firm may decide to use them in the future in order to make your use of this site more efficient. Your browser is probably set to accept cookies. However, if you would prefer not to receive cookies, you can alter the configuration of your browser to refuse cookies. If you choose to have your browser refuse cookies, it is possible that, should this site employ cookies in the future, some areas of the site will not function properly when you view them.

This site may contain links to other sites. The author and the law firm do not share your personal information with those sites and are not responsible for their privacy policies. We encourage you to learn about the privacy policies of those entities.

Children under 13 years old are not the target audience of this site. By making this site available to the public, neither the author nor the firm intend to solicit personal information from these children. If you are under the age of 13, please do not provide any personal information about yourself to us.

If we learn that we have collected personal information from a child under age 13, we will delete that information as quickly as possible.

The author and the law firm reserve the right to change this privacy policy at any time by posting a new privacy policy at this location. You can e-mail any further questions to


The reference to children under the age of 13 is based on the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, 15 U.S.C. §§ 6501-6506 (2008).