Privacy Policy and Legal Notice

Personal information (such as email addresses and contact information) you may provide to us through our website is used by us to respond to your questions and requests for information. You may receive certain mailings relating to Herrick, Feinstein LLP or legal news updates that we think may be of interest to you. If at any time you no longer wish to receive mailings from us, please go to our "Contact Us" web page and send an email requesting that you be removed from any particular mailing list. While we reserve the right to provide anonymous, aggregated statistical user information to third party providers to improve our ability to offer meaningful web content and our website service, we do not share any personal information with any third party unless required (i) by law or legal process, (ii) to investigate and prevent fraud or illegal activity, including any misuse of this website, or (iii) to prevent harassment, abuse or invasions of privacy of our employees.

We use a third-party provider to track usage statistics and certain non-personal information including the name of your Internet service provider, the IP address of the computer you are using to access our website, the date and time you access our website and the website address from which you linked directly to our website. We do not use any cookies on our web site. No attorney-client relationship is created by our transmission of information from this site or by any communication by others to us (or to any of our attorneys, staff, employees, agents or representatives) through or in any way connected with this site. Users communicating with us (or to any of our attorneys, staff, employees, agents or representatives) are advised that we do not undertake to hold such communications or their contents in confidence and, accordingly, that they should be careful not to communicate confidential information to us. Users are further cautioned that we may represent a party directly adverse to them either now or at a later date, and that we remain free to do so notwithstanding any information which is communicated to us by the user or any other person or any solicitation of our services by the user or any other person. An attorney-client relationship between Herrick and users of this site or anyone else is created only by a written engagement letter signed by Herrick.

We reserve the right to revise our privacy policy as necessary from time to time. By using our website, you acknowledge your agreement with this policy. You therefore should check back from time to time to see if an update to this policy has been posted.