Privacy Policy

This Online Privacy Policy explains Olivarez Madruga Lemieux O’Neill, LLP’s (“OMLO” or “The Firm”) online information practices and your related choices. We always respect the privacy of our clients and have prepared the below to detail how and why we use your data. By using this website, you agree to the following policy.

About Your Privacy

OMLO may collect and use information you submit to us via e-mail or any of our online forms. We may also collect information and data your browser provides to us regarding your use of our website, including time of visit, duration of visit, and most viewed pages, available to us via Google Analytics. OMLO will never share or sell any of this information to third parties (unless required by law). If you have a previous relationship with the firm or are a client, please consider calling your OMLO representative before using the website to transmit correspondence. We do not guarantee the security of information you transmit via the web, and we expressly disclaim any liability for, any loss, misuse, or modification of confidential information.

The offices of Olivarez Madruga Lemieux O’Neill, LLP are located in the State of California and its attorneys are licensed to practice law by the State Bar of California.

OMLO has prepared these web pages for informational purposes only, to permit you to learn about OMLO’s services and the backgrounds and experiences of our attorneys. Site visitors should not rely on the content of these pages for legal advice, nor should you regard such content as a replacement for receiving legal advice from an attorney licensed in your state. Any information provided through this website is for inquiry purposes only and does not create an attorney client relationship. Further, any information will not be deemed privileged or confidential. Acceptance of your case will only occur after additional evaluation and written confirmation by OMLO.

If OMLO were to provide links to other web sites, it is for convenience purposes only. OMLO does not endorse or approve content on any linked sites and is not responsible for the content on web sites maintained by others. 

The Rules of Professional Conduct of California may require our website pages to be identified as a “communication” made by or on behalf of a member of the State Bar of California, and they are hereby so identified.

GDPR

We process personal information that is subject to EU data protection laws (including those implementing the EU General Data Protection Regulation, or “GDPR”), and encompasses personal information about our website visitors. OMLO will never automatically add website visitors to our mailing lists, however, we do use mailing lists to communicate with our clients and prospective clients.

Use of Cookies

OMLO’s use of cookies improves the functionality and performance of the website and allows us to analyze site data and enable social media features. Our use of cookies (or alphanumeric identifiers) allows us to distinguish you from other users of the website. Enabling them may allow you to have a unique experience, however you can still enjoy our site without enabling cookies which, when enabled, do not necessarily collect any personal data.

Newsletters, mailing lists and direct marketing

OMLO uses third party services to transmit newsletters to clients and prospective clients of the firm. The Firm’s mailing list has previously authorized us to send such correspondence. There will always be an option to “opt out” of marketing e-mails from the Firm.

For further information about this policy, or specific questions about how we use your data, please contact us at info@omlolaw.com.

Contact Us Today

If you require assistance within one of our practice areas or would like to inquire about our broad-based services, please contact us.