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PRIVACY PROTECTION NOTICE
Carmody’s policy is to protect and safeguard Personal Information that we obtain concerning our clients, employees and other individuals. This information includes, for example, Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, state identification card numbers, account numbers, credit or debit card numbers, passport numbers, alien registration numbers or health insurance identification numbers, (“Personal Information”). Note that, with respect to clients and former clients, our Rules of Professional Conduct prohibit the unauthorized disclosure of a broader range of confidential information. Furthermore, with respect to our employees and other individuals and entities, other statutes and/or regulations may prohibit our unauthorized disclosure of information beyond that defined in Public Act 08-167.
Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey LLP makes reasonable efforts to:
1. Prevent the unauthorized disclosure of Personal Information about our clients, former clients, employees, or other individuals to anyone, except as permitted or required by (a) law, regulations, or court rules; and (b) any applicable Rules of Professional Conduct.
2. Protect the confidentiality of Social Security numbers, limit access to them, and prohibit their unlawful disclosure.
Although the Firm’s policy is to limit disclosure of Personal Information, litigation, investigations, hearings, and certain other adversarial proceedings are governed by law, regulations, and court rules that may authorize or require disclosure of such information to judicial, administrative, or governmental authorities or other parties to the proceedings, depending on the issues involved.