Privacy Policy

Snowden Law (“Snowden”, “we”, “our” and “us”) is committed to maintaining the accuracy, confidentiality and security of the information we obtain from you through our website. This privacy policy guides us in the collection, use, retention and disclosure of your information.

What Information Do We Collect?

Your provision of Personal Information to Snowden Law means that you agree and consent that we may collect, use and disclose your Personal Information in accordance with this Privacy Policy. If you do not agree with these terms, you are requested not to provide any Personal Information to Snowden Law. Unfortunately, certain services can only be offered if you provide Personal Information to Snowden Law. Consequently, if you choose not provide us with any required Personal Information, SnowdenLaw may not be able to offer you those services.
Snowden Law collects only such information from individuals or organizations as is required for the purposes of providing services or information to them. SnowdenLaw collects e-mail and mailing addresses in connection with the provision of such services and information, including preparing retainer letters, complying with “know your client” rules, opening new files/matters, allowing individuals to access and use virtual data rooms or subscribe to a publication offered by the Firm. The Firm uses information collected through such subscriptions to send subscribers the publication they have requested, and to provide information that may be of possible interest.
Snowden Law does not sell, trade, barter or exchange for consideration any Personal Information it has obtained. Unless permitted by law, no Personal Information is collected about an individual, without first obtaining the consent of the individual to the collection, use and dissemination of that information.
Personal Information will be collected, to the extent possible, directly from the individual concerned.

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