Bremer& Trollop, LLSC respects your personal privacy and is committed to protecting the information you provide via the Bremer Web site. We have initiated appropriate technical and corporate policy measures to safeguard the security and privacy of your personally identifiable information and prevent the unlawful and unauthorized use of your personal information. The firm will not share, sell or disclose any personal information with a third party for any purpose. Bremer & Trollop does reserve the right to share information with appropriate governmental and regulatory authorities if we feel, in good faith, that we are legally compelled to do so by law or governmental agency.
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If you choose to correspond with us through email, we will utilize the correspondence to sustain a dialogue with you regarding the Bremer & Trollop law firm. We may take the opportunity to contact you regarding updated features or content of our Web site, or regarding issues and services we feel may be of interest to you. If you do not wish to receive this correspondence, you may click on a link at the bottom of the email message to access an opt-out page.
Similar to other Web sites, the Bremer & Trollop site utilizes "cookies" and Web server logs to capture user and traffic data. This data will be used to manage the hosting environment, improve our Web site and ensure an optimal user experience. The host automatically records certain Web statistics. If a visitor used either a link or search engine as a means of getting to our page, the link, search engine and search terms will be recorded. The dates, time spent on our site, browser type, operating system type, repeated visits, geographical location of the visitor's IP Address and whether the visitor bookmarked our site will be recorded if the visitor's browser allows it. We will not record the Web site pages visited after leaving the Bremer & Trollop site. None of this data will be associated with you as an individual.
Information obtained at this site is not meant to be legal advice. We invite you to contact us, but pleased be advised that contacting Bremer & Trollop by email or through the Web site does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. In addition, any information sent to the firm via the Internet is not secure and done at your own risk.