The materials on the Burris Law, PLLC website are for information only and should not be construed as legal advice. Accessing and viewing information on our website does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Burris Law.
Who does this Policy apply to?
This Policy applies to visitors to the Burris Law website. By visiting this website, you consent to this Policy.
This Policy applies to all visitors to the Burris Law website, whether or not the visitor is an established client. However, this Policy does not apply to information submitted to Burris Law by its established clients through the client portal or otherwise. If you are an established client of Burris Law, the privacy of your information you provide to Burris Law is governed by an engagement letter.
How does Burris Law collect information on its website?
Burris Law collects information in generally-accepted, legal and standard ways.
What types of information does Burris Law collect on its website?
Burris Law collects information that is collected by most websites about visitors, such as the internet protocol (IP) address of the visitor, the type of browser the visitor used, the time of visit, the duration of the visit, where the visitor came from before visiting the site and where the visitor went to after visiting the site.
Visitors who leave the Burris Law website and go to another site should know that this Policy only applies to information collected by the Burris Law website and other sites may not have the same or similar terms in their privacy policies.
Burris Law may also collect personally identifiable information submitted through the contact form on its website, such as first and last names, email addresses and phone numbers. Visitors to the Burris Law website must note that submitting information through the contact form on the Burris Law website does not create an attorney-client relationship and the information submitted may not be subject to attorney-client privilege.
What does Burris Law do to protect information it collects on its website?
Burris Law has business partners that assist it with web design and marketing who have access to information it collects on its website in order to enhance the visitor’s experience in visiting the website, but Burris Law does not allow those business partners to keep any of that information for their own use.
Burris Law does not and will not sell information collected from its website.
How does Burris Law use the information it collects on its website?
Burris Law generally uses the information it collects on its website to enhance the website for visitors and to make visitors’ experience in visiting the site better.
Burris Law will share personally identifiable information, specifically names and email addresses, with third parties who it contracts with to send out occasional marketing and promotional emails about Burris Law. These emails will contain the option to opt-out of receiving future marketing and promotional emails.
If a visitor to the Burris Law website has a question or concern about this Policy, what should that visitor do?
Burris Law PLCC
300 River Place Drive
Detroit, MI 48207
Please note that email is not generally considered a secure form of communication and extra measures such as encryption and password protection should be used to transmit sensitive information over email.
Burris Law reserves the right to change this Policy at any time for any reason.
Revised on 5/19/2016