Privacy Policy

HHBG Law Corporation recognises the importance of privacy and also recognises the sensitivity of personal information received by us in the course of our legal practice.

Use of this website may result in collection of information for traffic reports and cookies, all aimed at continuous improvement of our content.  We do not publish these results, not do we use this information for purposes other than diagnostics and site improvement. If you do not want to receive cookies, you can configure your browser to reject them.

Should this site include an opportunity to sign up to receive further emails or materials from us (such as a newsletter, through an invitation to an event or by sending us an enquiry or meeting request), the name and contact information you provide for this purpose will be kept confidential and used only for the purpose you had indicated in the sign-up process.

Also please note that the HHBG Law Corporation website may include links to other sites. HHBG Law Corporation is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such sites.

By using this Website, you consent to the collection and use of your information as described above by HHBG Law Corporation. Any changes to our terms of use or privacy policy will be posted to this website.

Further, this Website has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control.  That said, we cannot guarantee the confidentiality of any information transmitted to the firm through this Website or by e-mail.

Questions

Feel free to contact us anytime and we’ll answer any questions you may have. You can reach us at:

Website Administrator
HHBG Employment Lawyers
[email protected]

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