Rest assured: your personal privacy will be taken most seriously. Everything you tell us in the context of seeking our legal advice is protected by the Attorney-Client Privilege. We cannot be compelled to divulge this information to anyone without a Court Order, which only occurs in extremely rare circumstances.
Furthermore, because we value our relationship with you, we do not sell or trade your information or allow those who are doing business on our behalf to use your information for their own marketing purposes, or for any other purpose not directly related to our providing you with quality legal representation.
As a representative of clients, a lawyer performs various functions.
- As advisor, a lawyer provides a client with an informed understanding of the client’s legal rights and obligations, and explains their practical implications.
- As advocate, a lawyer zealously asserts the client’s position under the rules of the adversary system.
- As negotiator, a lawyer seeks beneficial results to the client consistent with the requirements of honest dealings with others.
- As an evaluator, a lawyer acts by examining a client’s legal affairs and reporting about them to the client or to others.
Clients’ privacy has always been of the utmost importance. There are many safeguards in place to protect a client’s information. We regularly review our policies and practices, monitor our computer networks, and test the strength of our security. Taking these steps helps us to ensure the safety, and to maintain the confidentiality, of our clients’ information.