Your privacy is important to us. This Privacy Policy outlines the types of information Hayes eLaw LLP collects on its website, how we use that information and the security measures we have in place to safeguard ypersonal information.

Data Collection and Disclosure

When using website, we only collect personal information about you when you send us an e–mail using "Contact Us" section. "Personal information" includes any information about an identifiable individual, such as yhome address, telephone number or personal e–mail address. "Personal information" does not include business contact information such yname, title, position or business address. We will assume that the information you provide us through this site is business contact information, unless you notify us otherwise.

The information provided by you through website may be used to improve communications with you, including responding to yinquiries, or sending you information that we believe will be of interest to you. We may also share yinformation with those whom we have commercial relationships to improve the technical, functional, and content aspects of site.

As with most other commercial websites, we do track user trends and user preferences by using a browser feature called ’cookies’. Cookies, which increase the efficiency in exploring a site, are small text files that contain unique identification numbers. The first time you visit a website, a cookie is sent to the hard drive of ycomputer so that the website can recognize you as a unique user. The use of cookies provides non–personal information, such as the Internet service provider domain name, the time and duration you visited pages on website, and the type of browser and operating system you use to visit site. However, we will not be able to collect personal information such as names and addresses when using cookies. Although most browsers are set up automatically to receive cookies, you can reset ybrowser to notify you when a cookie is being sent or you may refuse all cookies.


Hayes eLaw LLP utilizes the most current firewall, virus protection and other technological safeguards to protect personal information that is retained on the computer network. However, Hayes eLaw LLP does not guarantee that information will not be used unlawfully by third parties when it is communicated to us over the Internet. Regarding electronic transmission of personal information (i.e. email), there is no method of transmitting or storing data that is completely secure.


site contains links to other third party sites that may have different privacy policies. Please refer to the privacy policies of the respective sites. We bear no responsibility or liability for the privacy practices of these sites.

This Privacy Policy is subject to change at discretion and without notice, so please check back periodically for any such changes.