Privacy Policy

1. Policy Statement

This Site (the “Site”) is committed to protecting your privacy when you visit. Heath Law LLP operates nanaimolaw.com.
Heath Law LLP recognizes that all of your personal information is private and confidential.
Heath Law LLP is committed to ensuring and protecting the privacy, confidentiality and personal information of all visitors.
It is the intention of Heath Law LLP by way of this privacy policy (“Privacy Policy”), to comply with applicable privacy legislation.
This Privacy Policy briefly describes how the Site and Heath Law LLP collects, uses and discloses your personal information.
If you have any questions about our Privacy Policy or your personal information, please contact consult@nullnanaimolaw.com.
The Policy of this Site may change from time to time so please refer back to this page to stay up to date on any changes that have been made.

2. Your acceptance of the Privacy Policy

By using any feature of this Site of any kind whatsoever you agree to be bound by this Privacy Policy.

3. What information does Heath Law LLP collect and what is done with it?

By visiting or using the Site:

A. You authorize us to collect, store and process certain information about you as follows:

  1. We identify you as an individual visitor to our Site, including via “Cookies”;
  2. We identify you as a possible client, should you wish to retain us;
  3. We collect the information we need to conduct business with you including the facilitation of transactions;
  4. We collect the information we need to conduct research for internal purposes such as studying the general makeup of our clients or the general visitation patterns to the Site;
  5. We collect log file data, IP addresses, or other non-personal information (e.g. information about which web browser you use) solely for aggregate use, in a way which is not linked to your personal data;
  6. We collect the information we need to contact you with information we think you may find useful or important, including information about new products or services;
  7. We may ask you to provide certain personal information, such as your name and contact information, including mailing address, e-mail address and telephone number; and
  8. We may require your credit card number and expiration date should you wish to retain Heath Law LLP for legal services via this Site.

B. You authorize us to disclose or use certain information about you as follows:

  1. We may be required to disclose information about you if required to do so by any law, police enforcement agency or Court Order;
  2. We may disclose or use information about you if we believe it to be necessary to protect the rights, property or safety of this Site, an affiliated party, or a client;
  3. We may disclose or use information about you to complete any financial transactions that have been entered into with you via this Site or otherwise; and
  4. We may use information about you in order to contact you with details of legal services which may be of interest to you.

4. What Heath Law LLP will not do with your information

We will NOT use cookies to track your movements on the web.
We will NOT share, sell, rent or otherwise distribute your personal information to third parties, except as reasonably required under Article 3B.
Should we choose to disclose certain information to the public this will be done in an aggregate form. Neither you nor any of your personal information will be identifiable.