1. Collection of personal information
Juniper Law collects personal information in order to establish your account, to handle billing and to understand your specific needs to serve you better. Personal information is information about you that is personally identifiable, such as your name, address, email address, credit card number or phone number. Juniper Law may use technologies to enhance your online experience and to learn about how you use our website and services. Juniper Law’s website may also automatically record information when you visit our website, including the URL that directed you to our website, your IP address, browser type and the date, time, and duration of your visit, as well as which pages you visited within the site.
2. How Juniper Law use your information
The information Juniper Law collects is used to comprehensively understand your needs and interests, and permits Juniper Law to deliver a more consistent and personalized experience. For example, Juniper Law may use your information to:
• assist you in completing a transaction or order;
• communicate with you about products and services;
• provide service and support;
• update you on new services and benefits;
• provide personalized promotional offers;
• select content to be communicated to you; and
• contact you for market research regarding Juniper Law’s products or services.
Your information may be aggregated with other clients’ information on a purely non-identifiable basis to understand how our products are used to help make them better. Credit card information is used solely for payment processing and fraud prevention efforts. Credit card information, and other sensitive personal information required to process a credit decision, is not used for any other purposes by us or our financial services providers, and will not be retained any longer than necessary to provide your services, unless you request that Juniper Law retain your credit card information to streamline your future purchases.
3. Policy on sharing your information
Juniper Law will not sell, rent, or lease your personal information to others. Juniper Law may share personal information with companies working on our behalf and Juniper Law-owned business entities for the purposes detailed above. In any such cases, however, Juniper Law requires that the companies or entities adhere to privacy standards and policies at least as restrictive as those Juniper Law has in place.
4. Applicability of Attorney-Client Privilege
Any information obtained by Juniper Law in connection with the actual or potential representation of any party is protected by attorney-client privilege. Such information will be held in confidence and never revealed to any third party except under the narrow exceptions provided in the Rules of Professional Conduct. Any term in this Policy that does not comply with the Rules of Professional Conduct at all or with regard to a particular individual shall be severed from this Policy, leaving the remainder of the Policy intact.
5. Access to and accuracy of your information
Juniper Law strives to keep your personal information accurate and up-to-date. Towards this goal Juniper Law utilize various technology, management processes and policies. As part of our overall data accuracy initiative Juniper Law provides you with reasonable access to your personal information so you may review and correct your information if needed. To safeguard your privacy and security, Juniper Law will verify your identity through various means, such as by requiring a password and user ID, before granting access to your data. Juniper Law asks that you update your information as and when it changes so any information used to serve you remains as accurate as possible.
6. Keeping your information secure
Juniper Law values your trust and takes it seriously. To prevent unauthorized access and disclosure, to maintain data accuracy, and to ensure the appropriate use of your information, Juniper Law utilizes industry standard physical, technical and administrative procedures to safeguard any personal information Juniper Law collects.
7. Changes to this policy
8. Contacting us
Juniper Law values your opinions and suggestions. Please email us with any questions or concerns at email@example.com, or alternately you can write to us at the following address:
The Juniper Law Firm, PLLC
321 S 2400 E
Heber City, UT 84032