Privacy Policy

EFFECTIVE DATE:       April 1, 2023

Welcome to the website (“Site”) provided by Leibowitz LLC d/b/a Leibowitz Law (“Leibowitz Law,” “Firm,” “we”, “our,” and “us”).  Leibowitz Law shares your concerns about maintaining the privacy of Personal Information (as defined below) and takes a proactive stance on data privacy and security.  Please take a moment to review our Privacy Policy (“Policy”). It describes how the Firm collects, stores, processes, uses, and shares any data we collect about a visitor to our Site.

This Policy does not apply to information collected or obtained by any third-party, including through any application or content that may link to or be accessible from or on the Site.

By accessing, browsing, or otherwise using the Site, you acknowledge and consent to our collection and use of information as set forth in this Policy. PLEASE READ THIS POLICY CAREFULLY. YOUR USE OF THE SITE CONSTITUTES YOUR CONSENT TO THIS POLICY AND THE DISCLOSURES CONTAINED HEREIN. DO NOT USE THE SITE IF YOU ARE UNWILLING OR UNABLE TO CONSENT TO THIS POLICY. 

This Policy is not legal advice. If you have any questions regarding your legal rights related to this Policy, you should consult an attorney. Use of or visiting the Site and/or communicating with Leibowitz Law does not create an attorney-client relationship nor does it establish attorney-client privilege. If you are a client of Leibowitz Law, the general engagement agreement between you and the Firm governs how the Firm uses your Personal Information. In the event of a conflict between the terms of this Policy and those in the general engagement agreement, the general engagement agreement shall control. 

This Policy applies only to your use of the Site. The Firm reserves the right to modify this Policy at any time and will post all revisions here. Any modification to this Policy will be effective and binding on you when you continue to use the Site on or after the effective date of such modification. The “effective date” is indicated at the beginning of this Policy. 

Information Collected

Information You Choose to Provide to Us

When using the Site, you may choose to provide us with certain Personal Information. “Personal Information” as used in this Policy means information that identifies, relates to, describes, or can reasonably be linked, directly or indirectly, to a specific natural person. It does not include information that is anonymous, de-identified or aggregated. Where applicable, Personal Information includes the terms “personal data,” “personal information,” and any other equivalent term as defined in applicable law.

While using our Site, we may ask you to provide us with certain Personal Information. The Personal Information the Site may collect includes, but is not limited to:

  • Your name and contact information to subscribe to newsletters, emails, and/or other similar types of marketing materials;
  • Your name, contact information, and other related information to inquire into our services or to request information about the Firm; and/or
  • Your name, contact information, demographics, and educational information to inquire into and/or apply for a job with us (collectively “Job Application”).

The Site may also automatically collect non-personal information. Non-personal information does not reveal your identity. We refer to non-personal information as Usage Data (defined below).  In some circumstances, Usage Data can be associated with Personal Information.  

Information Automatically Collected Via Your Use of the Site

Leibowitz Law may collect non-personal information about you automatically in a number of ways when you are using the Site. We refer to this non-personal information as Usage Data.  “Usage Data” can include things like the pages you visited on the Site, how long you stayed on each page, the date/time you visited the Site, how many users visited a page, and information about the device you used when visiting the Site, such as your computer’s Internet Protocol address, the type of browser used, and the version of the browser.  Common tools in the industry such as Google Analytics collect Usage Data.  In some circumstances, Usage Data can be associated with Personal Information.

Usage Data may be collected via several technologies, including cookies, web beacons, clear GIFs, and other means. For more information about cookies, please see the section on cookies below. 

All Usage Data belongs to Leibowitz Law and is used to improve the effectiveness, content, layout, and/or operation of the Site.  

You can remove certain cookies by following the directions in your Internet browser’s “help” file. If you disable cookies, your ability to use areas of the Site may be limited.

How Leibowitz Law Uses Your Information

In general, Leibowitz Law does not and will not share your Personal Information, except as set forth in this Policy. Leibowitz Law does not sell, transfer, and/or share your Personal Information with third-parties for the third-parties’ own marketing purposes.

The following chart outlines the categories of information collected, examples of that information, and the potential use of that information by the Firm:

Category of Information Examples   Use of Information
Usage Data Identification information, application usage data (e.g., features/pages accessed by a visitor), IP address and location data. To operate and improve the Site and associated services.

To deliver better and more personalized service, including to estimate our Site’s audience size and usage patterns.

To understand and analyze information related to the number and type of visitors that browse and use the Site.

Personal Information Contact Form:

Name, company name, and email address.

Mailing List:

Name, company name, and email address.

Career Inquiries:

Name, phone number, LinkedIn Profile URL, and email address. For career inquiries, you may also include demographic information, educational information and other pertinent information for your application.

To provide you with information or services that you request from Leibowitz Law, or that may be of interest to you.

To respond to your comments, inquiries and questions.

To process an application for a job opportunity.

To fulfill any other purpose for which you provide it or for which you have given Leibowitz Law consent to use it.

Leibowitz Law may maintain or associate Usage Data with Personal Information collected via the Site or in other ways, or received from third-parties. The Firm may also use third parties, such as MailChimp, to send information you request when you sign-up through the contact form or mailing list. By submitting your information through those forms, you are consenting to the Firm’s use of that information, as set out above, directly or through its third-party service providers.

You can opt-out of certain use(s) of your Personal Information, as described below. 

Does The Site Use Cookies?

Yes, the Site uses “cookies” and other web-tracking tools. Leibowitz Law may store information about you using the cookies on the Site. Cookies are small text files a website uses to recognize repeat users, and to facilitate the user’s ongoing access to and use of the website. A cookie is a file containing an identifier (a string of letters and numbers) that is sent by a web server to a web browser, and is stored by the browser. The identifier is then sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server.  Cookies allow a website to track usage behavior and compile website Usage Data that will allow for the improvement of content and target advertising. Most browsers allow you to control cookies, including whether to accept and how to remove cookies. Moreover, you may set your browser to notify you if you receive a cookie or to block cookies. However, please be aware that some features of the Site may not function or may be slower if you block cookies. You may also receive cookies from third-parties when you click on a link on the Site and access a third-party website.  Please be advised that we do not directly control these cookies. Some cookies will remain on your computer after you leave the Site.

Some examples of cookies include: 

  • Session Cookies. Session Cookies are used to operate a website. These types of Cookies are temporary and are automatically deleted once your Internet browser is closed.
  • Preference Cookies. Preference Cookies are used to remember preferences and various settings. Preference Cookies also remain on your computer until you delete them or they expire. 
  • Third-Party Cookies. Service providers may place third-party cookies on the browser you use when you visit a website. As is standard in the industry, third-party business facilitation partners, advertisers, and other companies can place cookies or other similar technologies on the browser you use to visit a website. These third-party technologies include things like Google Analytics. Third-Parties may collect your information, track your behavior on a website, and gather information about your use of a website and other websites and online services over time and across different services. Leibowitz Law is however not responsible for the functioning of cookies and other technologies used and placed by third-parties on your device. 

You can remove certain cookies by following the directions in your Internet browser’s “help” file. Please note that by deleting a website’s cookies or disabling future cookies, you may not be able to access certain areas or features of the website.

Who Has Access to Your Personal Information?

LEIBOWITZ LAW WILL NOT SELL YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION. Nor will we license or disclose your Personal Information to unaffiliated third-parties, except in connection with the sale, transfer, merger, consolidation, or other transaction involving all or part of Leibowitz Law, or as described below or as may be permitted under applicable law.

Leibowitz Law may be required, in certain circumstances, to disclose your information to: (i) comply with laws or to respond to lawful requests and legal process, and responses to requests from public or government authorities that includes public or government authorities outside your country of residence; (ii) investigate, prevent, or take action regarding illegal or suspected illegal activities; (iii) protect the rights and property of Leibowitz Law, and others to enforce our agreements and this Policy, including to protect the security or integrity of the Site or our information systems; (iv) protect persons or property in an emergency; (v) support a corporate transaction as may be needed on a confidential basis, including a merger, acquisition, divestiture, financing, or sale of assets or lines of business; or (vi) protect on an aggregated basis any purpose for which your specific Personal Information is blinded, masked, or otherwise not identifiable. Leibowitz Law may also exchange information with third-parties for fraud protection and credit risk reduction.

Legal Requests for Information

In the event Leibowitz Law is subject to a legal demand for information, it will comply as required by state, federal, and international law. Demands for information include, but are not limited to, subpoenas, warrants, and civil discovery demands. Information covered by this Policy may be disclosed following such a request if Leibowitz Law determines such disclosure is necessary or advisable, or if it is necessary or required to protect your interests or Leibowitz Law’s interests.

Leibowitz Law’s Own Marketing

We may email you newsletters.  Our Site refers to these newsletters as “Insights,” and you can also access them directly on the Insights page. Insights are sent through a third-party email distribution company with whom the Firm has a contractual relationship. If you request information from the Firm, or sign-up for Insights through the Site, via email, or some other means, you consent to receive Insights from us. If you prefer to discontinue receiving our Insights, you will be able to opt-out at any time by following the “opt-out of this email” link at the bottom of the Insights transmittal email.

Data Confidentiality

Through normal business processes, we maintain client data that is not obtained through the Site. Any expectation or requirements regarding the confidentiality of any client data will be set forth in the Firm’s general engagement agreement and shall have priority over any language or obligation contained in this Policy.

Data Storage

Leibowitz Law operates its Site from the United States. Leibowitz Law utilizes cloud storage, computing, and sharing technologies. These technologies may be maintained by third-parties such as Microsoft, Amazon or others. Should Leibowitz Law’s security team become aware of any potential security incident or breach, it will take appropriate measures to secure your Site-related data and notify you if required to do so by applicable law. However, technology and, specifically, online services are inherently risky. Nothing contained in this Policy should be construed in any way as a promise, warranty (express or implied) or agreement regarding the safety or confidentiality of any data shared with Leibowitz Law or on/through the Site. 

Data Security and Retention

Information collected by the technologies described in this Policy is protected by data encryption and security services. Our data security is appropriate to the nature of the data collected by the Site and in conformity with industry standards. 

We may retain Site-related data for a period of time after collection. Data retention periods are set at the sole discretion of the Firm and subject to applicable laws, regulations and ethical obligations.  

Sensitive Information

Leibowitz Law does not collect sensitive information about you through the Site nor will the Firm EVER ask you to provide sensitive information unless there is a prior written agreement between you and the Firm. If you provide sensitive information to us through our Site, Leibowitz Law will make every effort to delete it from its databases upon becoming aware of the sensitive information. This deletion policy does not cover information that may be provided to Leibowitz Law in association with its legal representation of clients or related to its legal services. The retention and deletion of its client-related data will be collected, retained, and destroyed in accordance with Leibowitz Law’s legal obligations and/or its general engagement agreement with a client, which shall take priority over this Policy. 

“Sensitive information” includes Personal Information specifying medical or health conditions, racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, or information specifying the sexual orientation of the individual.

Third-Party Services and Products

Leibowitz Law uses third-party services and products to host the Site and support the services it provides to you. To the extent that these services and products collect data on Leibowitz Law’s behalf, the collection and processing of that data are covered by this Policy.

This Policy DOES NOT cover any third-party websites that you can link to from our Site. Leibowitz Law has no responsibility for how these third-parties treat your information. For information on how third-parties collect, use and protect Personal Information, please visit the specific third-party’s privacy policy. Leibowitz Law is not responsible for any data collected by any third-party website regardless of whether it is linked from Leibowitz Law’s Site.

Choice of Law and Jurisdiction

This Policy will be governed by the law of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the federal laws of the United States of America, without regard to or application of any conflict of laws provisions or principles. 

Contact Information

For additional information regarding this Policy, please contact Leibowitz Law at