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McPhillips Law PLLC is a Virginia professional limited liability company. Personal liability of its attorney is limited to the extent allowed by applicable professional rules, regulations and statutory law. Candice McPhillips is an attorney admitted to practice law in Virginia, the District of Columbia, Arizona, and New York. However, neither Candice McPhillips nor McPhillips Law PLLC currently practice law in New York or intend to solicit clients from New York; as such, New York is not one of the jurisdictions in which the firm operates or intends to operate.
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McPhillips Law PLLC respects your privacy and is dedicated to protecting your personal data. Personal data is defined as personally identifiable information, including: name, addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses, job title and employer information. This Privacy Statement describes how your personal data is handled when you visit this website or personal data is otherwise received or collected in the course of firm operations. The firm may collect personal data through the website, software applications made available for use on or through computers or mobile devices, social media platforms, e-mail messages, client portal sites, and other services.
McPhillips Law PLLC uses industry standard protection to safeguard the personal data it collects. McPhillips Law PLLC also has implemented infrastructure using technologies such as anti-malware detection, blacklist monitoring and removal, SSL certificate, data loss prevention, encryption, firewalls and intrusion detection systems. Unfortunately, no data transmission or storage system is guaranteed to be 100% secure. If you have reason to believe that your interaction with McPhillips Law PLLC is no longer secure, please immediately notify firstname.lastname@example.org.
McPhillips Law PLLC will collect such personal data from you that is required to serve the purpose for which it was collected in accordance with legal and regulatory requirements. Please be advised that your personal information may be processed without your knowledge and consent where that is legally required or permitted. McPhillips Law PLLC will retain your personal data only for as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected and in accordance with relevant data retention periods. When it is no longer necessary to retain your personal data the firm will securely delete it.
To provide legal services and operate as a business, transfer of personal data may occur between McPhillips Law PLLC and public or regulatory bodies as required by law. Those transfers may involve international transfer of data.
The purpose and legal basis for processing your personal data include:
- To provide client services;
- To support business operations in order to fulfill contractual obligations to you and to enhance, improve or modify current products and services;
- To exchange information with you;
- To comply with legal and regulatory requirements applicable to the firm;
- To provide you with marketing communications.
McPhillips Law PLLC collects different types of data depending on the nature of your relationship with the firm: visitor, prospective client, or client.
- As a visitor to the website, McPhillips Law PLLC collects information that you submit to the firm when you interact with features of the site such as filling out the contact form or subscribing to the blog. As a visitor, the firm collects your name, contact details, type of legal matter, and other information requested in the contact form as well as certain analytics relating to the time spent on the website.
- As a prospective client, McPhillips Law PLLC collects information including, but not limited to, your contact details, professional information, type of legal matter, jurisdiction information, conflict information, and other information required by laws or regulations.
- As a client, McPhillips Law PLLC collects all of the same types of information collected from visitors to the website and prospective clients in addition to documentation identifying you, information pertaining to legal matters for which you have hired the firm, bank account or credit card details for purposes of fund transfers via encrypted payment software, and other information required by laws or regulations.
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