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Elvis the Dog


Website Privacy Policy

Here's the main point. If you provide your contact information to us, we may contact you in response. Typically, we respond by email or by phone. We do not send automated emails or text messages, except to remind you of appointments you have scheduled. Our communications to you come from real people. Occasionally, the office dog has been known to accidentally call a number. He is not a real person. But he is a real dog. His name is Elvis. He's a very good boy.


When we say “we” or “us” or “our” in this policy, it means the law firm whose website you have visited. The website ( is also called “the site” in this policy.

This site may receive, collect, and store information you provide. You might provide information (such your name, email, contact information, anything you type in the “contact me” message box) when you visit the site or use the “contact me” feature of the site. Some information like your IP address may be collected automatically through site monitoring tools, but it is not information we actively try to collect from you.  


We collect information from you mainly so that we can respond to your contact requests and to comply with any applicable laws or regulations. We do not sell your information. Often, we are obligated by the rules of professional conduct or responsibility in our jurisdictions to not disclose confidential information about active or prospective clients without permission.


Our website is hosted on the platform. provides us with the online platform that allows us to display our content and information and interact with you. Your data may be stored through’s data storage, databases and the general applications. They store your data on secure servers behind a firewall. We do not take payments or collect payments through this website. uses certain cookies that track information provided to the site. We do not have any third-party services (such as Google Analytics) tied to this site.

We do not contact site visitors unless we receive a request to do so.


If you are simply a site visitor (and not a client of the firm), you can contact us at to ask that your name and contact information not be stored with us. If you have submitted an inquiry or become a prospective or actual client of the firm, state laws and relevant rules of professional conduct or responsibility may require that we store certain information for a certain period of time.


We may make changes to this policy. Please review it whenever you have questions.

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