Privacy Policy

The firm's Privacy Policy is designed to help you understand how information is collected on its website, what the firm does with the information, and why the firm collects it. The goal of the firm's Privacy Policy is to ensure that the firm follows best practices for handling information collected by commercial websites and to help you make informed decisions when using the firm's website.

Information You Give Us

If you send us information by email or through our online form, the firm will treat that information as confidential and will not disclose it to any third party. The firm will use this information only to respond to your inquiry. We may retain the contents of your communication and our response indefinitely and will take appropriate and reasonable measures to ensure it remains confidential. 

Information Collected From You

Like other commercial websites, uses cookies to collect and analyze data relating to how users interact with the site. A cookie is a short text file that is downloaded to your computer when you visit the firm's website. It collects and stores small amounts of statistical information such as the number and frequency of your visits to the site, time spent on the site, and what you do on the site. This information is collected anonymously and in the aggregate; it does not reveal personal information about you or your activities on the site as an individual. Keep in mind that, depending on which browser you use, you should be able to set your preferences to block or refuse cookies or notify you before they are placed. You can also delete cookies already stored on your computer. 

The firm is the sole owner of the information collected on this site and will not sell or rent this information to anyone.

How the Firm Uses This Information

We use the information collected on to be responsive to the needs of site visitors, better understand your interests, and improve the overall functionality of the website. 

Website Security

The firm uses reliable and trustworthy third parties to host its website, send and receive email, and store data. Companies that the firm uses are also used by US government agencies and other entities that require highly secure systems to manage their data. In addition to working only with vendors that provide high levels of security, the firm employs internal policies such as complex passwords and two-factor authentication to further protect its data. However, these systems and policies are not infallible, and the firm cannot guard against every risk. You understand that information you send to the firm electronically is ultimately sent at your own risk.