Gilbert LLP believes it is important to let you know how personally identifying information (“personal information”) collected online is processed and used by Gilbert LLP. “You” refers to any person or entity that accesses or uses our website or chooses to contact us through this website.
What This Covers
Collection and Use of Personal Information
We do not currently collect personal information through this website, except to the extent that you provide personal information through this site in an e-mail.
If you choose to contact us through this site, your message is automatically forwarded to a Gilbert LLP attorney or legal assistant. We retain the information you provide us in a database, including your first and last name, home address, e-mail address and telephone number in order to facilitate contacting you in the future as may be necessary.
We may use and disclose any personal information you voluntarily provide to us. Provision of personal information in an e-mail sent to us through our website creates no obligation of confidentiality. You understand that we may represent persons directly adverse to you and may use any information you provide against you. For that reason, do not provide us with any information you deem sensitive or confidential without first talking with one of our attorneys.
We use server logs and IP addresses to analyze trends, administer the site, diagnose problems with our server, track user movements through the site in order to assess how heavily different pages are visited, and gather aggregated demographic information. This information is not attached in any way to the visitor’s personal information.
Confidentiality and Security
If you communicate with us by e-mail through our website, please remember that communications sent through the Internet are not secure. You should avoid sending sensitive, personal or confidential information to us unless adequately encrypted.