“Personal information” is defined as information that you voluntarily provide to us through any means which personally identifies you and/or your contact information, including but not limited to your name, phone number, email address, mailing address, and location.
We collect and store the following personal information when you provide it to us:
- Your Name
- Telephone number
- Email address
- Mailing address
- IP address
- Date of birth
- Debit or credit card information
- Social security number
Your personal information is collected in the following manner:
- When directly provided by you to us over the internet, through instant/text messaging platforms, or by telephone;
- When you complete a form or sign an agreement; and
- When you visit our site, calendar scheduling links, and social media platforms.
We may use your personal information to:
- Contact you either by telephone, text messaging, email, or post mail; and
- Market our services to you.
We will only share your information if you give us permission to do so by telephone or in writing. This may be for purposes of referring you to outside services that our office may not handle.
In addition, certain platforms may such as Clio, LawPay, and PayPal may share your personal information with us to process payments that you authorize.
We do not share your personal information in any other matter unless we are compelled to do so by law or through a court order from a Judge or Tribunal.
We may collect website activity through platforms such as Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel, cookies from visiting our sites, visits to our online events, etc.
While we aim to securely protect the storage and management of your information by the use of encrypted databases, we can never guarantee 100% security.
We take reasonable measures to ensure that no one is able to improperly access your personal information. We retain the personal information we collect to uphold legal obligations, participate in any legal matter, to defend any claim made against us, or until we elect to delete it, or you request that it be deleted.
This website may include links to third-party websites, plug-ins, and applications. Clicking on those links may allow third-party sites to collect and store personal information about you. We do not have any control and we are not responsible for how any third-party website stores or collects information about you.
This Policy is current as of the date indicated above. We reserve the right to change this Policy at any time. Changes to this Policy will be reflected on this site. You are welcome to check back regularly on the site for updates to the Policy. If you continue to use our services after any change is made, you agree to the revised Policy in effect.
You have the right to request that we remove, or delete any information that we have collected and stored about you. You may also request access to the personal information that we have stored about you.
If you would like to make a request for a copy of your personal information, or for us to delete your personal information, we will provide your information to you electronically, however the request must be made in writing by sending your correspondence to Hannah Akintoye Law, PLLC, 419 7th St. NW, Suite 405, Washington, DC 20004.
In your correspondence please include:
- Your full name;
- Your email address;
- Proof of your identity through a copy of a government-issued identification card;
- Your address;
- And the nature of your request including any reference numbers or case numbers that are relevant.
We may also request additional information to our satisfaction if necessary, to ensure your identify before transmitting or deleting any personal information.
If you would like to unsubscribe from any automated email newsletter, you may unsubscribe at any time by clicking on the “unsubscribe” link on the bottom of the email sent to you. Processing may take a few days to take effect.
Please call us at (202) 403-2292 or email us through the contact form on this site if you have questions about this Policy.