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Information We Collect
As attorneys, we collect nonpublic personal information about our clients, from your accountants, insurance agents, and other advisors, as well as from our clients. Such information may include your name, address, telephone number, and personal and family financial information.
Information We May Disclose and to Whom
It is our policy not to disclose nonpublic personal information that we collect as described above on our clients and former clients to anyone, except as authorized by you or as required by law. In providing legal services to our clients, however, it may be necessary to disclose nonpublic personal information to non-affiliated persons that perform services or functions on our behalfs, such as our central services vendor, your accountant, appraiser, actuary, insurance agent, and expert witnesses. We may also be obligated to disclose any or all of the nonpublic personal information described above, as permitted by law. For example, we may be obligated under the law to disclose information in response to lawful requests from law enforcement agencies.
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