This privacy statement explains the current information management practices on our website.
Marcil Lavallée is committed to protecting your privacy while browsing our website. No personal information is requested on our website, unless you choose to contact us via an online form, in which case personal information may be collected. If you prefer not to use the Internet to transmit personal information to our firm, you may contact us by phone, by fax, by mail or in person
We may only collect personal information authorized by law or necessary to provide a service. We collect personal information directly from you, unless the law permits another method of collection.
We may only use your personal information for the purpose for which it was originally collected, or for a related use, unless otherwise permitted by law.
We may only disclose personal information if we have the legal authority to do so, or if it is the reason the information was originally collected.
Cookies and analytics
A cookie is a small text file sent from an Internet server and placed on your computer’s hard drive. Cookies are generally used to make browsing easier and faster. You can set your browser to detect and reject cookies, accept cookies from all sites, or notify you whenever a site wants to send you a cookie. Please refer to your browser’s “Help” files to learn how to make these choices. Google currently offers a free module that allows you to disable cookies from Google Analytics on Internet Explorer (versions 7 and 8), Google Chrome (version 4.x and later) and Mozilla Firefox (version 3.5 and later).
When you visit our website, our servers and Google Analytics automatically collect a variety of basic information for navigational and statistical purposes. The data is analyzed to determine trends, performance and areas for improvement of our website. We cannot identify you from this information. We collect the following information:
- • IP addresses of computers used to access our website for geolocation.
- Operating systems and browser types/versions used to access our website.
- Browser language.
- Internet service providers and the type of devices used by visitors of our website.
- Dates and times our website was accessed.
- Visited web pages.
- Keywords entered in our search engine.
- Titles and sizes of downloaded files.
As a general rule, we do not attempt to trace the identity of individuals visiting our sites. However, should we detect an attempt to damage our website, the appropriate actions will be taken.
What happens when you send us personal information online?
You may choose to provide us with personal information, such as your name, address, telephone number, email address, etc., if you wish to:
- Send a comment, a question, or a request via email.
- Apply for a job through an online form.
- Participate in online consultations or surveys.
This information is used to respond to your message or process your request.