Last Modified May 12, 2017
- Information we collect.
- How we use the information we collect.
- How we share the information we collect.
- Children’s Online Privacy.
- Your California Rights.
- Access and control of your personal information.
- How to contact us.
1.1 Third Party Links
2.1 Information You Provide To Us
“Personal information” is the information that identifies you as an individual.[i] We collect your personal information when you voluntarily provide it to us. For example, we collect your personal information when you contact us with a question or concern, sign up to receive marketing communications, or when you contact us regarding legal services.
The types of information we collect may include:
- Contact information such as your name, email address, telephone number, or address.
- Business information such as your job title, company or organization.
- Demographic information such as your interests or preferences, and the types of information and marketing communications you are interested in receiving from us.
2.2 Information Collected Automatically
We use Google Analytics to collect aggregated information that does not personally identify you. When you visit our website, we automatically receive information such as your computer’s internet protocol (IP) address, your operating system and browser type, the web pages you visit on our website, the address of any referring website, and your geographic location. This information is used in the aggregate to operate, maintain, and manage our website and related services. For example, we may calculate the number of visitors to a specific webpage on our website.
2.3 Google Analytics
3.1 To Provide and Improve Our Services
We use your information to provide services that you have requested. We may also use your information to understand how our visitors access or use our website in order to improve our services and your online experience.
3.2 To Communicate With You
We use your personal information to respond to you when you contact us. We also use your personal information to communicate with you about our services, as well as to provide marketing information that we believe may interest you. We are committed to providing you with the choice not to receive certain marketing information. To update your preferences or to opt-out, please see Section 8 below, or click here.
4.1 Third Party Service Providers
We may share your personal information with third parties to perform services on our behalf such as, providing technical services, fulfilling a service you have requested, or facilitating marketing communications and activities. These third parties may only use the personal information that is necessary to perform the function required and may not use it for any other purpose. We will not sell or rent your personal information to third parties for their own independent use without your permission.
4.2 Social Media
4.3 To Comply With Legal Obligations
We may access, preserve, use, or disclose your personal information if we have a good faith belief that the law requires us to do so, or that it is reasonably necessary to detect, prevent, and address security, technical issues, or fraud.
4.4 Business Use
We may access, preserve, use, or disclose your personal information in order to protect the rights of the business, its property, its employees and others, or to enforce our billing or contracts.
In the unlikely event that Donahue Fitzgerald is involved in a merger, acquisition, sale, dissolution or other change in ownership, your personal information may be among the transferred business assets.
We take the security of your personal information seriously. Donahue Fitzgerald maintains certain physical, electronic, and managerial safeguards to protect the integrity and confidentiality of your personal information. While no transmission over the Internet or method of data storage is 100% secure, we take reasonable precautions to prevent unauthorized access, use, or disclosure of your personal information.
Our website is not directed at or intended for use by children. If we become aware that a child under the age of 13 has provided personally identifiable information, we will delete it.
If you are a California resident, California Civil Code Section 1798.83 permits you to request information regarding the disclosure of your personal information for direct marketing purposes. We do not disclose personally identifiable information to any third party for direct marketing purposes.
7.1 California Do Not Track Disclosure
Do Not Track is a privacy preference that can be set in a web browser. At this time we do not respond to Do Not Track browser settings or signals. For more information about Do Not Track, please visit https://allaboutdnt.com/.
We are committed to providing you with the opportunity to manage how we collect and use your personal information at any time.
- You may choose to opt-out of certain email communications by following the instructions in the email to unsubscribe.
- You may also contact us directly to exercise your choice to receive our email, postal mail, or telephone communications, or to request access to, correct, or delete your personal information.
Donahue Fitzgerald LLP
Attention: Privacy Question
1999 Harrison Street, 25th Floor
Oakland, California 94612
We will respond to your communication within a reasonable amount of time. Please be aware that we may be unable to delete certain information if we are required by law to preserve it.
[i] Personal information means “personally identifiable information,” as defined by California Business and Professions Code Section 22577.