Breyer Andrew LLP is committed to protecting the privacy of your data.
Information collectible on a website typically falls into two categories: personal data and usage data. Personal data is information voluntarily supplied that can be used to personally identify you as an individual. Personal data can include the following: your name, title, company name, physical address, mailing address, telephone number, fax number, and email address. Usage data as information automatically collected when you visit the firm’s site, such as IP addresses. Usage data can include time spent on our site, browser information, and what type of device you may be operating.
Given the much-needed recent growth of privacy laws such as the GDPR, CCPA and others, as well as the fact that we’d rather spend our time assisting our clients with their matters, we’ve made a decision to simply not collect, use or store any data, personal or usage, on our website at all. Likewise, we do not affirmatively solicit or permit any third party service providers, such as website hosting services, to collect, use or store data from our website, either.
As a general matter, all data is kept confidential. We do not disclose any data details, personal or usage, to third parties. WE NEVER SELL DATA.
If you have any questions, or would like confirmation that you are completely removed from/do not exist in our system, please email email@example.com.