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Privacy Policy

Security and Confidentiality

Security and Confidentiality: Do not transmit confidential information via e-mail. Confidential information may be transmitted to us over our secure channels after a conflict check has been conducted and your login and password have been activated. The sender assumes all risks of interception associated with transmitting any material via e-mail.  Attorneys are bound by the attorney-client privilege and other ethical obligations to keep your sensitive information confidential. Therefore, it is not necessary to be concerned about disclosing your confidential information to a registered patent attorney. To be sure your patent attorney is registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, search the name of the attorney at the Online Attorney Roster hosted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Privacy Policy

Any personally identifiable information submitted to Bambi Faivre Walters, PC will be used solely to respond to inquiries or to provide any services or information requested.  We do not collect any personally identifiable information through this website other than information that is voluntarily submitted to us. Bambi Faivre Walters, PC will not provide any personally identifiable information to third parties, except as required by law or authorized by the individual.
This website contains links to other sites.  Bambi Faivre Walters, PC does not guarantee the privacy policies or user regulations for links to other websites found on this website. Please review the policies of each website that collects personally identifiable information.
Requests made through this website are not covered by attorney-client privilege. Please do not send any confidential information via this website.
For questions regarding this policy, contact Bambi Faivre Walters, PC reserves the right to amend its Privacy Policy from time to time.  This notice was last updated on November 29, 2008.

Federal Law prohibits Interception

Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986:  The Electronic Communications Protection Act of 1986 prohibits the intentional and nonconsensual interception of any wire, oral or electronic communication, the unauthorized access of stored communications, or the disclosure or use of any information from an illegally intercepted communication.  It may be illegal, but the fact remains that email and the world wide web are not secure from eavesdropping or interception by third parties

Last Modified: December 5th, 2009