Pelletier Law does not collect any personally identifying information from any visitor to this website, unless (a) the visitor provides such information by, for example, submitting it through the Contact Us interface or (B) the visitor’s browser provides such information. Pelletier Law will not use any such information, except to respond to a direct inquiry from the visitor (who provided the information) or to measure website traffic or traffic trends.
Pelletier Law will not disclose, sell or otherwise transfer any of the collected information to any third party. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Pelletier Law shall be authorized to disclose to any third party your name and the fact that you submitted information to Pelletier Law if: (a) we obtain your permission to do so or (b) we are required by law to do so.
This website currently does not use “cookies.”
Pelletier Law may monitor any visitor’s activity on the website and may take appropriate action, including notifying appropriate authorities, if any of that activity is or may be inappropriate or unlawful.
By visiting this website, you agree that we may contact you regarding your website visitation and use and any terms or conditions in this Policy or otherwise set forth on this website.
Pelletier Law will protect your privacy by treating with reasonable care all personally identifying information you provide through the website.
Pelletier Law does not knowingly solicit information from children and does not knowingly promote its website or services to children. No person under the age of 18 should submit any personal information to us, through this website or otherwise. If we learn that a child under the age of 18 has provided personally identifiable information to us, then, consistent with the Children’s On-Line Privacy Protection Act of 1998, we will delete the personally identifiable information from our files. For more information on applicable law, please visit the Federal Trade Commission’s website, www.ftc.gov.