Privacy Policy

Groombridge, Wu, Baughman & Stone LLP takes your privacy seriously, and will protect it by, among other things, observing all applicable regulatory and legal requirements and using security measures appropriate to protect your personal information.

Below we explain how collect, and how we use, your personal information.

“Personal information,” for these purposes, means any information that could reasonably be associated, directly or indirectly, with an identifiable person or household. We may collect personal information from you in a variety of circumstances, including:

  • During the course of providing legal advice, representation, or services to you, including when you provide personal information to us in those circumstances or we receive or collect it from third parties;
  • When you send us personal information, including by submitting information through our website or when you submit questions or requests to us, or when you contact us by any means, as we may keep a record of your having done so;
  • When you visit our website, as part of general website analytics (for which we encourage you to look at our notice regarding cookies for more information); and
  • When you visit our office or otherwise interact with us in person or by videoconference or other means.

As part of providing you with legal advice, representation, or services, you may give us personal information about other people, including your employees, business contacts, friends, or relatives. You must ensure that you have a legal basis to give us that information. It is your responsibility to so ensure. Once you give us such information, we may process and disclose it as described in this Privacy Notice.

We may use personal information about, and from, you to:

  • Give you legal advice, representation, or services and otherwise carry out any contractual obligations we may have to you;
  • Conduct our business relationship with you;
  • Respond to requests you make;
  • Confirm your identity and allow us to carry out checks to ensure security and prevent fraud;
  • Notify you about changes to our services or our website; and
  • Comply with legal and regulatory requirements, enforce our terms and conditions, and protect our own rights, privacy, safety, or property, or that of our affiliates, you, or others.

You have the right to ask us not to process your personal information for marketing purposes at any time. You can exercise your right to prevent such processing by:

  • Replying directly to a marketing message;
  • Unsubscribing from marketing messages; or
  • Contacting

We do not sell your personal information. We may share your personal information with others, under the following circumstances:

  • We may provide your personal information to our own service providers to allow them to assist us with delivering legal and other services, including:
    • Accountants and auditors,
    • Information technology and information security providers,
    • Records management providers,
    • Credit reference agencies, and
    • Legal service and technology providers.
  • We may share personal information with third parties as required in the course of providing you legal advice, representation, or services.
  • We will share personal information with law enforcement agencies, governmental authorities, or regulators where we are under a duty to do so, or if we reasonably consider it necessary to help prevent or detect crime or to protect the rights, property, or safety of our firm, our clients, or others.

We may transfer, use, or store your personal information outside of your home jurisdiction. Where we do so, the laws of some of those other jurisdictions may not offer the same level of protection as do the laws of your home country.

We will keep your personal information for only as long as necessary. In making that determination, we will consider, among other things,

  • Applicable laws, including statutes of limitation, and any relevant guidelines from supervising authorities;
  • Status of ongoing representation;
  • Any withdrawal by you of consent; and
  • Potential disputes.

Unfortunately, the transmission of information via email is not secure. If you use email to communicate with us, we cannot guarantee that it will remain confidential while in transit.

Notice regarding cookies

We use “cookies” on this website. Cookies are files or other small pieces of information that are sent by servers or websites to your computer or internet browser, and that may be sent back to the server when the browser requests a page from the server. Cookies may be either “session” or “persistent” cookies.

Session cookies let you to move from page to page within our website while allowing information you enter to be remembered. A session cookie is deleted when you close your browser, or the user session ends, or otherwise after a short time.

Persistent cookies are used in conjunction with services that provide us with information about how you use our website, like Google Analytics. Services like that use cookies to collect anonymous information such as the number of visitors to our website, where they came to our website from, which pages they visited, and how long they spent on the website. We use that information to compile statistics and help improve our website and our services.

If you use our website without disabling cookies, you consent to our use of cookies as described above.

If you prefer not to allow collection of information through cookies, most Internet browsers allow you to decline the transfer of cookies to your computer automatically, or to choose whether to decline or accept a particular cookie or cookies from a website. You can find information about disabling cookies on your Internet browser provider’s website. If you disable cookies, however, some features of our site may not operate as intended.

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