Current as of May 19, 2017
XPAN Law Group, LLC takes a proactive stance on client confidentiality and privacy. It’s considered in everything we do, from managing complex databases to ESI and data integration. Rest assured that your data is in good hands. Please take a moment to review our policy below.
When Users or Customers contact us, XPAN may ask for information that allows us to contact them, validate the seriousness of their inquiry and request specific information related to the reason they have contacted us. This information may be associated with other information, such as cookies and information from Tracking Software which may be collected through our websites and business systems.
XPAN uses information supplied by the Customer throughout our business to provide services to Users and Customers. This information will only be shared with third parties if it is necessary to provide Third Party Products and/or Services to you. Payment information supplied by the Customer, such as a User’s credit card number, is only used to ensure we receive payment for services rendered.
Through normal business processes we access volumes of highly confidential client data. XPAN utilizes strict data confidentiality practices to keep this data safe. However, from time to time, XPAN may utilize this data for scientific purposes in order to improve existing products and services, or to develop new ones. Scientific data may be shared confidentially with partner agencies to further advance these initiatives.
XPAN utilizes cloud storage, computing, and sharing technologies. These technologies may be maintained by third parties such as Google, Microsoft, Amazon or others. Should our security team become aware of any potential security incident or breach, XPAN will take appropriate measures to ensure client data is secured and the client is notified as soon as possible.
For ‘sensitive information’ (i.e. personal information specifying medical or health conditions, racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership or information specifying the sex life of the individual), XPAN will give individuals an affirmative or explicit (opt in) choice if the information is to be disclosed to a third party or used for a purpose other than those for which it was originally collected or subsequently authorized by the individual through the exercise of opt in choice.