Privacy Policy

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1.  Cannon Law, P.C. does not collect any personally identifiable information unless you voluntarily provide it to us. Cannon Law, P.C. may ask you to provide certain information about yourself, including your name and email address and  other information that Cannon Law, P.C. may use to identify you in connection with email to the Firm. If you choose not to provide such information, we may not be able to fully respond to your email.

2.  Cannon Law, P.C. reserves the right to disclose any information that it obtains through Cannon Law, P.C. Web site to appropriate governmental or regulatory authorities, if required by law or any governmental agency.


3.  From time to time, Cannon Law, P.C. may disclose information about you to carefully selected service providers that Cannon Law, P.C. may engage to host the Firm Web site or to provide other services. Cannon Law, P.C. will require all such service providers to use the information solely to provide the specified services, and otherwise to conform to the requirements of this Privacy Policy.

Except as provided in this Privacy Policy, Cannon Law, P.C. will not provide your information to third parties for any other purpose, including marketing.


4.  Any information sent to Cannon Law, P.C. by Internet e-mail or through the Web site is not secure and is done so on a non-confidential basis. Any information you send Cannon Law, P.C. over the Internet, either through Cannon Law, P.C.’s Web site or via email is done at your own risk.


5.  Transmission of information from this Web site does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Cannon Law, P.C., nor is it intended to do so. The transmission of the Web site, in part or in whole, and/or any communication with us via Internet e-mail through this site does not constitute or create an attorney-client relationship between us and any recipients.

6.  Each time a visitor comes to our website, our Web server software—like most Web server software—collects some basic technical information that does not identify a visitor  individually, including, for example,  whether the user is logged on from,, etc., referral data (for example, a record of a search engine results page address or other third party web page address clicked on by a user to reach this website and browser and platform type (such as Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox.

We may count, track and aggregate website visitor activity into our analysis of general traffic flows at our site (such as tracking which other websites our visitor traffic comes from, how traffic flows within our website, etc. We may combine information about visitors and visits into group data, but we will not disclose your individual identity or personally identifiable data without your permission. In the event that we present combined information to any outside third party, no one will be able to use this data to identify you or to contact you.

We may also, from time to time, participate in third party statistical traffic analysis programs, such as Google® Analytics. These third parties may be able to associate your activity on our website with your personal information if you have created a user account with one of their websites. For example, if you use the same computer and Internet connection to sign up for a Google® Gmail account and to visit our website, Google® could infer a relationship between the two activities via a cookie (see below) stored on your computer, or based upon the common Internet connection address.