Confidentiality is a fundamental component of the lawyer-client relationship. The law office of Marcus G. Organschi, LLC strongly adheres to that principle and continuously works to maintain client privacy. The Connecticut Rules of Professional Conduct for attorneys sets forth strict standards with regard to protecting confidentiality of information for prospective clients, current clients, and former clients. In addition, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act requires companies, including law offices, that perform certain services for clients to ensure security and confidentiality of client information.
WHAT CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT?
We collect Confidential Information that is provided to us directly by you or obtained by us with your authorization or consent.
WHAT CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION DO WE DISCLOSE?
We do not disclose any Confidential Information except as expressly or impliedly authorized by you in order for us to carry out our representation of you, or as required or permitted by law or rules of professional conduct for attorneys.
HOW DO WE MAINTAIN SECURITY?
To protect your Confidential Information from unauthorized access and use, we employ security measures that comply with the professional standards for attorneys. These measures include computer and electronic safeguards and secured physical files.
CONDITIONS OF USE FOR WEBSITE
COLLECTING INFORMATION FROM THE WEBSITE
If you fill out the contact form on this website, we will ask you to provide some personal information, such as your e-mail address, name, and phone number (however only your name and e-mail address are required to complete the form), together with a brief description of your legal matter or inquiry. Please do not include any Non-Public Personal Information on the contact form (such as Social Security Number, date of birth, mother’s maiden name, driver’s license or other non-public government issued identification number, health insurance identification number, or financial or bank account information, including PINs). If you do submit any Non-Public Personal Information, we will not be responsible for any consequences relating thereto.
We also may collect information about your computer when you visit our website, including your IP address, the name of your internet service provider, the location (city/state) of the computer you use to access our website, and the date and time of your visit.
WHAT WILL WE DO WITH THE INFORMATION WE COLLECT FROM THE WEBSITE?
Any information we may collect about your computer, including IP address, name of internet provider, location of computer, and date and time of visit, will be used for statistical purposes and to assist us in the administration of our website, or to help us protect our website and the content therein from inappropriate or unauthorized use.
Content on www.organschi.com is the property of Marcus G. Organschi, LLC. This includes our logo, text, design, images and photographs, and web address. You agree not to copy any content on this website without our consent.
RESTRICTIONS AND DISCLAIMERS
By using our website, you agree not to use it for any unlawful purpose. You further agree not to tamper with the website or change any part of it or affect how it works.
You use the website at your own risk. You should not rely on the website for advice. Your use of the website does not mean that the law office of Marcus G. Organschi, LLC represents you in a legal matter. Viewing the website or using the website to contact us does not create a representational relationship with Marcus G. Organschi, LLC.