Welcome to (the “Website”), owned and operated by the law firm Company Counsel LLC (the “Firm”). This policy (this “Privacy Policy”) governs your use of the Firm’s website and the Firm’s use of your private information. This Privacy Policy creates a binding legal agreement between you and the Firm, and your access to the Website is subject to this Privacy Policy. By using the Website, you are accepting and agreeing to the terms of this Privacy Policy. The Firm reserves the right to update and change this Privacy Policy by posting updates and changes to the Website. You are advised to check the Privacy Policy from time to time for any updates or changes.

1. Data Collected by the Firm.

    • When you use the Website, the Firm may collect personally identifiable information that you provide to the Firm, such as your name, company, employer, address, phone number, email address, social media credentials, or photo.


    • With your permission, the Firm may also access other profile and personal information from third-party websites. Such information may include usernames, passwords, photos, or other such data that you have posted on third-party sites.


    • Website systems may also associate personal information with your activities in providing the Website to you (such as pages you view or things you buy).


    • When you send an email or other communication to the Firm, the Firm may retain those communications to process your inquiries, respond to your requests, and improve the Website.


  • The Firm uses certain visitor information to better understand how visitors use the Website. This information is commonly made available by web browsers and servers, and may include data about browser type, language preference, referring site, and the date and time of each visitor request.

2. The Firm’s Use of Data.

    • The Firm maintains and processes some personal information to provide access to its visitors.


    • The Firm uses your name and email address to notify you of updates that you have requested, as well as other information.


  • To operate the Website, the Firm may make identifiable and anonymous information available to third parties in limited circumstances: (1) with your express consent; (2) for research purposes; (3) when the Firm has a good faith belief that it is required by law; (4) when the Firm has a good faith belief that it is necessary to protect the Firm’s rights or property; or (5) to any successor or purchaser in a merger, acquisition, liquidation, dissolution, or sale of assets. Your consent will not be required for disclosure in these cases, but the Firm will attempt to notify you, to the extent permitted by law to do so.

3. Unaffiliated Third Parties.

  • Visitors should be aware that what they share on the Website may be discovered by third parties without the involvement of the Firm, including, without limitation, search engine crawlers and bots. Visitors should take this into consideration whenever sharing any information on the Website.

4. Unauthorized Minors.

  • The Firm does not knowingly collect personal information from individuals under the age of eighteen (18). If you believe that the Firm has inadvertently collected such information, please contact us at [email protected], so the Firm can promptly obtain parental consent or remove the information.

5. Security.

  • Information collected by the Firm may be stored or processed on computers located wherever the Firm does business. The Firm takes reasonable steps to secure your personally identifiable information against the unauthorized access, alteration, disclosure, or destruction of data. However, no security method can be guaranteed to protect information from hackers or human error.

6. Miscellaneous.

    • This Privacy Policy constitutes the entire agreement between you and the Firm with respect to the subject matter hereof and supersedes all prior agreements or understandings of any kind with respect to the subject matter hereof.


    • If any provision or part of this Privacy Policy shall be deemed void or invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, the remaining provisions or parts shall be and remain in full force and effect.


    • The Firm reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to make modifications to this Privacy Policy from time to time. Any such modifications will be made by updating and posting a new version on the Website. If the Firm makes changes to this Privacy Policy, the visitor has the opportunity to review and approve the terms prior to your continued use of the Website. Should any modification be unacceptable to you, your sole recourse is to discontinue use of the Website.


    • The provisions of this Privacy Policy are solely for the benefit of the parties hereto and not for the benefit of any third parties, except that the Firm shall have the right to assign this Privacy Policy and/or any of the rights herein, and this Privacy Policy shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the Firm’s assignee(s) hereto and their respective successors, assigns, and legal representatives.


    • No failure by either party to pursue any remedy resulting from a breach of any provision of this Privacy Policy by the other party shall be construed as a waiver of that breach or as a waiver of any subsequent or other breach unless such waiver is in writing and signed by an authorized representative of the non-breaching party.


    • Any notice, demand, or other communication which may or is required to be given under this Privacy Policy must be in writing and must be: (i) personally delivered; (ii) transmitted by United States postage prepaid mail, registered, or certified mail, return receipt requested; (iii) transmitted by reputable overnight courier, such as Federal Express or UPS; (iv) transmitted by legible facsimile, with confirmation of receipt; or (v) transmitted by electronic mail, with confirmation of receipt.


  • This Privacy Policy shall be governed in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in the United States of America, applicable to agreements to be wholly performed therein, without giving effect to its laws governing conflict of laws, with jurisdiction and venue exclusive to the federal and state courts located within the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, in the United States of America.