WHAT INFORMATION IS COLLECTED
Monoc Law collects only such Information that you voluntarily submit to the website, such as a contact form. This will include your name, basic contact information, and details about the potential case. Please note that submitting a contact form does not imply or otherwise create or establish an attorney-client relationship.
If you choose to avoid submitting your data though the website, you may call Monoc Law’s office directly to discuss over the phone.
THE PURPOSE OF COLLECTING INFORMATION AND HOW YOUR INFORMATION MAY BE USED
The purpose of collecting such information is to create a line of communication so that the firm can evaluate whether or not you have a potential legal matter. In this spirit, Monoc Law may use such personal information to contact you and respond to your requests and communication, and if you become a client of the firm, such information will be used to communicate with you regarding the matter you have entrusted to the firm. The firm may also send you updates and invitations. If you receive such information from the firm that you do not wish to receive, please email and request to be removed from the database.
THIRD-PARTY USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
Monoc Law may share your information with third parties when you explicitly authorize the firm to share your information.
Additionally, the Website may use third-party service providers to service various aspects of the Website. Each third-party service provider’s use of your personal information is dictated by their respective privacy policies.
The Website currently uses the following third-party service providers:
Google Analytics – this service tracks Website usage and provides information such as referring websites and user actions on the Website. Google Analytics may capture your IP address, but no other personal information is captured by Google Analytics.
At this time, your personal information is not shared with any other third-party applications. This list may be amended from time to time in the Website’s sole discretion.
Except when required by law, Monoc Law will not sell, distribute, or reveal your email addresses or other personal information without your consent.
From time to time, Monoc Law may use anonymous data, which does not identify you alone, or when combined with data from other parties. This type of anonymous data may be provided to other parties for marketing, advertising, or other uses. Examples of this anonymous data may include analytics or information collected from cookies.
RIGHTS RELATED TO YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
Opt-out – You may also notify the firm at email@example.com to be removed from its mailing list.
Access – You may access the personal information the firm has about you by submitting a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amend – You may contact the firm at email@example.com to amend or update your personal information.
Forget – In certain situations, you may request that the firm erase or forget your personal data. To do so, please submit a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SENSITIVE PERSONAL INFORMATION
By using the Service, you represent that you are at least 18 years of age.
At any time Monoc Law reserves the right to change this Statement without advance notice. Any new policy implemented will be posted to this website.
Last updated: May 20, 2020.
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Charleston, SC 29403
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The information on this website does not constitute legal advice and is not an invitation to an attorney-client relationship. Your use of this website and/or your submission (and Monoc Law's receipt) of a contact form does not create an attorney-client relationship. Therefore you should not submit any information that is confidential or privileged before this law firm has agreed to represent you, if this law firm agrees to represent you. This website does not provide any representation, guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your potential legal matter. Each matter and set of facts and applicable law is unique and must be evaluated as such. Your use of this website and any submission through the website confirms your understanding of this notice.