Your Privacy is Secured
California Criminal Defense Attorneys
Privacy and Security Matters
- Internet Security
- Consumer Security
- a) The Collection of Information
- b) Personal Data
- c) The Distribution of Information
- d) Technical Data
- e) Shared Data
- f) Additional Personal Data Sharing
- g) Unsolicited E-mails
- h) Identity Theft and Fraud
The use of this website may require the entry of personal information, such as name, e-mail, address, telephone and fax numbers, and other personal or demographic data. The entry of all personal information is voluntary and will not be shared, given, sold, or otherwise distributed to any other party outside of RLF. All information is sent using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology, which offers a high level of data protection. Your security and confidentiality will be respected at all times.
Please be assured that the privacy of your personal data is under strictest guidelines.
a) The Collection of Information
In order to provide information and/or services to our visitors, it is necessary to collect a limited amount of personal data.
We could obtain this information through online forms, e-mails, telephone, fax, verbal, written, or personal communication. This information may ask you to identify your name, e-mail address, and more, in order for your request to be considered.
b) Personal Data
Please rest assured that any personal data that is either entered online, given verbally, mailed, e-mailed, or transmitted through other means is under strict security guidelines. Your acceptance of this agreement constitutes permission by RLF to access, preserve, and disclose your personal account information as necessitated to:
- Properly respond to your inquiries
- Protect the rights, personal safety, and privacy of RLF, its users, and the public
- Comply with legal regulations
c) The Distribution of Information
We will not share any of your personal information, whether provided directly by you, or obtained through our means, with any outside firm or agency.
d) Technical Data
It may be necessary to collect technical data about your computer such as IP (Internet Protocol) address; however, at the present time, RLF does not store cookies on our visitors’ computers.
e) Shared Data
Access to your private information is strictly protected and limited to those employees who have a legitimate business need to review specific data in your file. RLF complies with all federal standards with regards to safeguarding your personal information.
f) Additional Personal Data Sharing
RLF will not share your personal information with other affiliated companies, who may want to contact you about services, products, and other offerings that may be of interest to you.
g) Unsolicited E-mails
RLF does not send out unsolicited e-mails.
h) Identity Theft and Fraud
If you are a victim of identity theft or fraudulent behavior as a result of using The Rosenfeld Law Firm website, please forward a written statement, including name, address, date of incident(s), and description(s) of suspicious behavior to:
The Rosenfeld Law Firm
1107 Ninth Street, Suite 850
Sacramento, CA 95814
ATTN: Identity Theft
Please include all supporting documents including law enforcement filings and police reports.
Our confidentiality policy limits the discussion or sharing of any data between all clients. It is our strictest policy to adhere to the confidentiality of your personal data.
Nature of Information and No Attorney-Client Relationship with Acceptance by RLF
Although this site may provide information concerning legal issues, such information is not intended to constitute or be a substitute for legal advice from qualified counsel. You agree that RLF is not engaged in rendering legal services or advice by providing the information and materials on this site, and that your use of the site does not create any attorney-client relationship between you and RLF. RLF assumes no responsibility for any consequence relating directly or indirectly to any action or inaction you take based on the information or material on this site. While RLF takes reasonable measures to keep the information on this site accurate, complete and up-to-date, RLF will not be responsible for any damage or loss related to the inaccuracy, incompleteness, or lack of timeliness of the information.
Restrictions on Use of Materials
All materials contained on this site, and all intellectual property rights thereto, including copyrights, trademarks, service marks, trade names and trade dress, are owned by RLF or its affiliates. You agree not to copy, reproduce, republish, transmit, modify, or distribute any of the materials contained on the site, except for your personal, noncommercial use, absent the prior written approval of RLF.
The materials provided on this site are provided “as is” and without warranty of any kind, express or implied. RLF disclaims all express and implied warranties with regard to the information and materials contained on this site, including without limitation implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Limitation of Liability
In no event shall RLF, or its affiliates, or contributors to this site, be liable for any loss or injury, or any damages, whether direct, special, indirect, punitive, incidental, exemplary, consequential, or otherwise, whether based on breach of contract, tort (including negligence), product liability or otherwise, resulting from your access or use of this site. You hereby waive any and all such claims against RLF, its affiliates, and contributors. You agree that the limitations set forth above are fundamental elements of this agreement, and that the site and its materials would not be provided to you absent such limitations. Some state statutes may restrict this limitation of liability.
Transactions with Persons other than Clients
All of the attorneys at The Rosenfeld Law Firm strictly adhere to the ABA’s Rules of Professional Conduct, including but not limited to:
Rule 4.1 Truthfulness in Statements to Others
In the course of representing a client a lawyer shall not knowingly:
(a) make a false statement of material fact or law to a third person; or
(b) fail to disclose a material fact to a third person when disclosure is necessary to avoid assisting a criminal or fraudulent act by a client, unless disclosure is prohibited by Rule 1.6.
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