Privacy Policy

Denverlaborlaw.com, together with its authors and owners, respects your privacy and intends to protect it by complying with this policy.

Agreement with this Privacy Policy

By your use of this website you consent to this privacy policy and the terms of use. This privacy policy only applies to information collected through the website.

Collection of Information by Denverlaborlaw.com

Denverlaborlaw.com automatically receives and logs information from your computer and browser. This includes your IP address, cookie information, software attributes, hardware attributes and the page or pages you request. Denverlaborlaw.com also records how visitors access the website, pages visited, the duration of visits to pages and total duration on the website.

How denverlaborlaw.com uses this information

Primary use of this information includes:

  1. Server processing your/your computer/your browser’s requests for content from this website;
  2. Conduct research of website uses to improve content and access to content.

Denverlaborlaw.com does not rent, sell, or share personal information about you or your visits to this website for any purpose, except with your permission, or to comply with subpoenas, court orders, legal process, to establish legal rights or defenses to legal claims.

External sites and the limits of this privacy policy

This website at times links to relevant external websites. Denverlaborlaw.com is not responsible for the content or privacy policies of those websites. This privacy policy does not apply to any external website or internet service. You should review the privacy policy of any external website before remaining on those sites or providing them personal information. You visit external websites at your own risk.

Tracking software and codes on denverlaborlaw.com

Tracking software and codes are used on this website for the sole purpose of tracking website use by you and other users. This software and code are provided by service providers to this website, including WordPress and Google. Data collected through tracking implements only relates to your computer, browser and use of this website. That data is not merged with personally identifiable information for any users without prior consent.

Attorney and client confidentiality

Denverlaborlaw.com is not a law firm. It does not provide legal advice to users. The only advice provided by this website is to consult a licensed attorney in your jurisdiction about any legal questions or concerns you have.

Use of denverlaborlaw.com does not create an attorney-client relationship. Your use of the website is not protected by attorney to client confidentiality. Do not send or publish confidential or private information to denverlaborlaw.com or on any page of this website.

Changes to this privacy policy

Denverlaborlaw.com may update this policy at its discretion. The most recent date of privacy policy update is displayed below.

Last update: December 5, 2017

 

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