Bailey & Company may collect personal information provided by a Viewer or others, including Viewers’ respective names, occupations, contact information, education, work histories, skill sets, references, proof of entitlement to work in the United States. Bailey & Company will attempt in good faith to honor Viewers’ privacy when reasonably practicable.
The Instances in which Personal Information may be Collected
Personal information may be collected by Bailey & Company when: (i) a Viewer accesses or uses this Website; (ii) a Viewer subscribes to Bailey & Company’s content, news, updates, and other mailing lists; (iii) a Viewer communicates with Bailey & Company, its attorney(s), its agent(s), or employee(s); (iv) a Viewer is the subject of information requested by a third party; or (v) a Viewer indicates a desire to contact Bailey & Company to a third party.
Purposes for which Bailey & Company may use Personal Information
Use of personal information protected by a duty or privilege arising in connection with an attorney-client relationship, or other fiduciary relationship, is governed by the applicable laws and professional regulations, and the mutual agreement(s) represented by a formal engagement letter between Bailey & Company and the person to which such information pertains.
Third Parties with whom Bailey & Company may share Personal Information
Bailey & Company may share your personal information with Patent Offices, Trademark Offices, Copyright Offices, courts, service providers, professional advisors as necessary to comply with ethical and legal obligations, and its affiliates.
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Google Analytics is an analytics tool that Bailey & Company uses to better understand Viewers’ interactions with this Website. Google Analytics collects information anonymously using cookies and reports trends based on the information collected. Viewers are not individually identified in the reports generated by Google Analytics. Google Analytics customers are required to notify users of their use of analytics software. Viewers can decline cookies on a case-by-case basis in some browsers, or they can otherwise prevent Google Analytics from collecting information using the Google Analytics Opt-out Add-on.
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Date Last Modified: June 23, 2020