Baram, Tapper & Gans, LLC understands the concerns of our clients for privacy and the need to ensure the privacy of nonpublic personal information. The Firm makes reasonable efforts to restrict access to and prohibit unlawful disclosure of Social Security Numbers and other nonpublic personal information about you that we have collected. Nonpublic personal information is defined as “information capable of being associated with a particular individual through one or more identifiers.”
All information the Firm receives from you is held in confidence. The Firm does not disclose any nonpublic personal information about current or former clients obtained in the course of representation unless required or permitted by law or applicable provisions of codes of professional responsibility or ethical rules governing our conduct as lawyers.
When information about you is disclosed to others, we expect them to protect your information. We expect them to use the information only for the limited purpose for which it was shared.
The Firm safeguards data, computer files and documents containing your personal information. The Firm destroys, erases or makes unreadable such data, computer files and documents prior to disposal.
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