Privacy Policy

PRIVACY POLICY

Solliday Law is committed to protecting your privacy. Please read the following Privacy Policy to understand how your personal information will be treated as you use this Web site. When you use this Web site, you consent to the use of your personal information by Solliday Law in the manner specified in this Privacy Policy. This policy may change periodically, so please check back from time to time. For your Information, the date of the last update to this Privacy Policy was November 2014.

1. WHAT INFORMATION WE COLLECT AND HOW WE USE THAT INFORMATION
Solliday Law does not collect any personally identifiable information from you unless you voluntarily choose to submit or otherwise disclose such information to us, including information submitted or disclosed by mail, telephone, fax, or electronically. We will not sell, trade, or rent your personally identifiable information to third parties. Solliday Law will only use your information to respond to your request for information or, if appropriate, to consider your request for consideration of employment with Solliday Law.
Information from Children: Solliday Law does not direct its Web site to children under thirteen (13) years of age. Individuals under eighteen (18) should consult with their parent or guardian about the use of this Web site.

Monitoring, Enforcement and Legal Requests: Solliday Law has no obligation to monitor the Web site or the use of the Web site, or to retain the content of any user session. However, Solliday Law reserves the right at all times to monitor, review, retain, and/or disclose any information as necessary to satisfy any applicable law, regulation, or governmental request or to cooperate with law enforcement and other authorities in investigating a claim of illegal activity. We may use IP addresses to identify a user when we believe it is necessary to protect our service, Web site, clients, potential clients, or others.

2. HOW WE PROTECT YOUR INFORMATION
Transmission Errors or Unauthorized Acts: Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100 percent secure. As a result, while we strive to protect your personal information, Solliday Law cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us or any information provided online. Solliday Law will not be liable for disclosures of your personal information due to errors in transmission or unauthorized acts of third parties. However, once we receive your transmission, we will use reasonable efforts to ensure its security on our systems.

3. QUESTIONS ABOUT THE PRIVACY POLICY
Solliday Law Privacy and security is important to everyone. If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, the practices of this Web site, or your dealings with the Web site, or would like to provide comments, you can send us an e-mail using our feedback form, or contact us by telephone at 602 559 4800 or by regular mail to:

SOLLIDAY LAW
2600 North Central Avenue - Suite 730
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
Attention: Marketing Department

E-mail:info@sollidaylaw.com