Privacy Policy

Zado Law (the "firm" or "we") does not collect personal identifying information except that which your browser provides or that you provide in an email to the firm. The firm will use your personally identifying information solely for the purpose for which you submitted the information. Zado Law will not post this information on our site without your consent. The firm may, however, combine certain elements of your personal identifying information with the information from other users of our web site to analyze the usefulness and popularity of various pages on our site.

We will also disclose your personal information if we have a good-faith belief that we are required to do so (1) by law or to comply with a subpoena or other legal process served on the firm; (2) to protect and defend our rights or property or the rights or property of our clients whether; or (3) in an emergency to protect the personal safety of firm employees, clients, visitors or the public.

The firm may engage others to provide services to Zado Law, to you and to other visitors to this site. For example, we may engage other companies to host, operate and maintain this site, analyze data, provide marketing assistance and provide other services. The firm will provide them access to your personal information only as necessary to do their jobs. We cannot guarantee that those companies will protect your personal information to the same extent described in this privacy policy, however we try to only work with companies who apply the same exceptional privacy standards as we do. In the future, if we merge with another firm, are acquired by, or change our structure, we may need to transfer your personally identifiable information to the surviving or acquiring entity. 

No Attorney-Client Relationship

The content and materials on this site are for informational purposes only. Nothing contained on this site constitutes legal advice and is not an offer to represent you. To form an attorney-client relationship with the firm would require direct, personal contact between you and the firm through one or more attorneys. It would also require a written agreement that confirms a relationship has been established along with a deposit.

Data Integrity

Personal data is only collected and processed to the extent necessary to service your needs. Zado Law updates, corrects and erases personal data on a regular basis. Zado Law will store and process your data only for the term of your retention of Zado Law; and for a period thereafter reasonably determined by business necessity and our professional obligations to you or as may be required by law.

Non Disclosure

The firm does not use or disclose information about you or information that you provide such as your name, address, email, telephone number, or any metadata, to outside companies or parties without your consent. The firm does not rent, sell, or trade any type of mailing lists.

Links to Other Sites

This site contains links to other sites. When you enter these other sites using links from Zado Law, you are entering a site for which the firm has no responsibility. The firm does not control these other sites and cannot guarantee their practices regarding data privacy and security. We recommend that you read the privacy policies of those sites, which may differ from the policy of this site.