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If you contact us by email or otherwise through the Website, we may keep a record of your contact information and correspondence, and we may use your email address or other information you provide in your message to respond to you. Emails to NewGate Law or any NewGate Law attorney or any other communication through the website does not create an attorney-client or other privileged or confidential relationship. Therefore, if you disclose information in this manner, there is no attorney-client privilege, confidentiality or any other protection that you can expect in connection with such information.
We will not sell or transfer your personally identifying information to any unaffiliated third parties for marketing purposes. We may, however, with your permission, provide such information to our strategic partners.
This Policy does not apply to websites to which our Website may link or that may link to our Website. We are not responsible for privacy policies or practices of those other websites.
We may change this Policy from time to time. These changes become effective upon posting on the website. For your convenience, we will endeavor to identify the date this Policy was last revised at the top of the Policy. Your use of our Website constitutes your acceptance of this Policy as amended or revised by us, and you should review this Policy periodically to make sure you are aware of its terms and how it affects your use of the Website.