Effective on: June 25, 2016
Hudson Law uses both “session ID cookies” and “persistent cookies.” Hudson Law uses session cookies to make it easier for you to navigate the Site. A session ID cookie expires when you close your browser. If you check “remember me on this computer” when logging in to the Site, Hudson Law also sets a persistent cookie to store your username passwords, so you do not have to enter it more than once. The persistent cookie also enables Hudson Law to track and target the interests of users to enhance the experience on the Site. The persistent cookie is removed when you uncheck the “remember my email address” check box.
Your web browser allows you to control and limit cookies on your computer. If you reject cookies, you may still use the Site, but your ability to use some areas or functions of the Site may be limited.
Hudson Law may track the Site to analyze trends, administer the Site, track your actions and use of the Site, record transactions, and gather demographic information for aggregate use. Such analysis is not linked to personally identifiable information.
Correction/Updating of Personal Information
If you provide personally identifiable information changes (such as an email address or zip code), Hudson Law will endeavor to provide a way to correct, update or remove your personal data. This can usually be done at the Customer Profile page.
Protection of Minors
Children under the age of 13 are not permitted to register on this Site or use any functionality for which registration is required.
Business or Asset Transfer or Sale
Hudson Law may be sold, might sell or buy businesses or assets of businesses, or Hudson Law might merge with another business. In such transactions, customer information generally is one of the transferred business assets. Also, in the event that Hudson Law, a line of business of Hudson Law, or substantially all the assets of Hudson Law are transferred, customer information may well be one of the transferred assets. Hudson Law will make reasonable effort to provide notice on the Site and to notify you via email to the most recent email address that you have provided to Hudson Law of any such change in ownership or control of your personal information.
Release of Information for Legal Reasons
Hudson Law may release information concerning your use of Hudson Law (including, but not limited to, posted Public Content, registration information, and network records) when it believes in good faith that such release is appropriate to comply with the law (for example, pursuant to a statutory demand, subpoena, warrant or court order), to protect against fraudulent, abusive or unlawful use of the Hudson Law, to protect Hudson Law’s rights or property, enforce any contract between you and Hudson Law, or if Hudson Law reasonably believes that a situation involving danger of death or injury to any person requires disclosure.
Your California Privacy Rights
If you are a California resident and request information about how to exercise your third party disclosure choices, send a request to the following email address: email@example.com.