Privacy Policy

McCusker, Anselmi, Rosen & Carvelli, P.C. is committed to protecting the privacy and data of all our website visitors. In using our website, users may submit personally identifiable information such as names, employers, physical addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, and additional contact information required to complete a desired activity (e.g., register for an event, sign up for email legal alerts, submit an online job application). Additional information may be automatically collected and provided to us through the use of cookies regarding your website usage and through your internet service providers, including the date and time of your visit, IP addresses, browser types, operating systems and languages, pages you visited, and website addresses from which you came.

The following sections provide a transparent overview of how we use and disclose this user information while maintaining the highest standard of data security and privacy.

Voluntarily Submitted Information

As previously noted, users may voluntarily submit personally identifiable information through the website in order to access certain information and services. MARC will use your personally identifiable information to provide you with requested information or services, and we may also use your personally identifiable information to keep you informed about additional firm events, news, services, or publications that we believe may be of interest to you based on your past submissions and inquires.

Automatic Data Collection

In addition to voluntarily submitted personally identifiable information, user data may be collected and provided to us automatically through the use of cookies, through your internet service providers, and through Google Analytics.

A cookie is a small text file placed on a user’s computer when viewing a website. MARC may use cookies and other tracking technologies to deliver services, track users’ website usage, analyze trends, and collect user-demographic statistics. All website users receive a pop-up notification on the MARChomepage allowing them to either accept or refuse the use of cookies during their visit to the website. If you refuse, please be advised that the functionality of the website may be impacted.

Information Handling and Disclosure

Personal information collected through the website may be stored and processed in the United States or any other country where MARC maintains offices. User data will be processed under the provisions of applicable General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and similar data protection laws and will be stored securely on computers or as hard copies.

Under no circumstances does MARC share voluntarily submitted or automatically-collected information about users with external organizations without user consent. While we do our best to maintain data security and integrity, the firm accepts no legal responsibility for any misuse or disclosure of user information obtained by unauthorized parties. By using our website, users acknowledge cyber vulnerabilities, that third parties may access internet communications, and that transmitting information to our website is done so at their own risk.

COPPA Compliance

In accordance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), MARC does not knowingly collect any personally identifiable information from children under age 13. By using our website, you certify that you are over the age of 13. MARC reserves the right to delete any information we believe to violate COPPA.

Information Access

MARC upholds users’ rights to access the personally identifiable information collected about them from our website. To view, edit, or delete your personally identifiable information that we have on file, opt-out of any email lists, or express any concerns about how you believe MARC is using your data, please contact John Michael Neubauer, Chief Operating Officer, at jneubauer@marc.law.

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