A fundamental principle in the attorney-client relationship is that the attorney must protect from disclosure confidential information relating to the representation of the client. Specifically, the Rules of Professional Conduct require an attorney shall not reveal confidential information relating to the representation of a client without the client’s consent or request. This prohibition on the disclosure of your confidential information is much more stringent that the federal law which requires us to send this notice to you. We continue to adhere to and be bound by the Rules of Professional Conduct prohibiting disclosure of your confidential information.
In this electronic age of instant transmission of information via e-mail, intranets, extranets, facsimiles and telephone conferencing, we are constantly alert to the necessity of maintaining physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to protect the confidentiality of your personal information. We maintain those safeguards and routinely audit and monitor the security of our programs and practice.
We collect personal information that you provide to us and from others whom you authorize to provide us information. We utilize that information to provide you with the legal representation that you have requested us to provide.
We do not share your personal information with anyone outside of our law firm unless you authorize us to do so, or unless ordered by a court or other legal process to disclose information. If we receive a subpoena or any other legal process requesting or demanding that we disclose or produce any of your information or documents, we will notify you prior to our response.
Thank you for choosing MGD Law, LLC as your law firm. We look forward to our continued relationship. If you have any questions regarding this privacy notice, please feel free to contact us at (314) 721-7778.