(1) What Information is Gathered by this Site:
There are two ways we gather information via your usage of this Site: (a) via your voluntary supply of information; and/or (b) via automatic collection performed by the Site's programs and/or algorithms. Here are the types of information that we may gather through your use of this Site:
(a) Information voluntarily provided by you:
Place of Employment;
and any other information that you have chosen to supply via correspondence or communication
(b) Information automatically collected by the Site's programs and/or algorithms:
Internet browser application;
Pages visited on this Site;
The website visited prior to visiting this Site;
Duration of visit(s) on individual Site pages;
Date and time of visit(s);
Search terms/words used on internet search engines that led users to this Site.
(2) How We Use Your Information
Generally, any information that we collect is for the purpose of optimizing the services that we render in relation to this Website and/or any potential attorney-client relationship that could be eventually formed. The receipt of information via this website does not automatically create any implied or actual attorney-client relationship between any user and PractiCali Law or its attorney(s).
(a) Information voluntarily provided by you: We may use any information that you voluntarily provide via this website for the following purposes:
Assessing whether an attorney-client relationship may be appropriate between user(s) and PractiCali Law (or attorney(s)), which may include, without limitation, performing a check for any potential conflicts of interest;
Assessing whether PractiCali Law is able to reasonably refer a user to another attorney, and then potentially/actually making such a referral;
Registering/signing you up for any of PractiCali Law's mailing list(s), newsletter(s), and/or blog(s);
Communicate directly with users via the contact information provided.
(b) Information automatically collected by the Site's programs and/or algorithms: We may use any information that this website automatically collects for the following purposes:
Statistical analyses relating to the usage of this Site;
Quality assurance relating to usage and functionality of this site.
(3) Whom We Share Your Information With and Why
PractiCali Law may also share/disseminate the information collected through this Site to:
Third party vendors who have been retained for the purpose(s) of improving our services and/or website functions;
Law enforcement or other government agencies/agents for the purpose of complying with law;
PractiCali Law does not sell or exchange for consideration the information obtained through this Site.
This Site, and any third party vendors who are responsible for operating this Site, may use “cookies” to further or enhance any of the objectives of use identified above in section (2). A cookie is like an electronic identification card that gets assigned to you when you visit a website. More specifically, a cookie refers to a file that a website generates and sends to your internet browser, which is then saved on your browser's computer/electronic device; any subsequent visits to the same website by the same computer and browser can be analyzed and tracked through recognition of the cookie.
Users are able to customize their browser settings to reject or remove cookies. Users who do not permit or remove any cookies from this Site may experience reduced functionality.
Social Media Links and Other Links Provided on this Site
Children Under the Age of 13
This Site is intended and designed only for the use of persons over the age of 13 years. PractiCali Law does not knowingly collect and/or share information about any person under 13 years of age. Any users who do not meet this age requirement must not register for any of the Site's services or subscriptions, and must not submit any information.
No Warranty of Absolute Security
PractiCali Law acknowledges that cyber security is an ongoing priority, and that each day every website on the internet is at risk for security breaches. PractiCali Law's cyber security efforts are primarily carried out by third party vendors such as, for example, website service vendors and cloud service vendors. PractiCali Law also employs reasonable internal processes to safeguard user information. Users of this Site understand that any information obtained via this Site, as outlined herein, may be subject to cyber security risks; users assume said risks, and PractiCali Law cannot be held responsible for any damages relating to cyber security breaches.
California Do-Not-Track Disclosures (CalOPPA)
This Site does not respond to Do Not Track requests. A Do Not Track request is a setting that you can turn on or off in your internet browser.
Users Accessing this Site from Outside of the United States
If you reside outside the United States, any information that you may provide or is automatically gathered via this Site will be transmitted out of your country and into the United States of America. Users who do not wish for such information of theirs to leave their country should not provide such information and should leave this Site. Otherwise, users of this Site consent to the transfer of information to the United States.