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Privacy Policy

This statement sets forth the privacy policy of Martin, Pringle, Oliver, Wallace & Bauer, L.L.P. ("Martin Pringle" or "us" or "we") for our website, ("website"). We will only use information from visitors to the website for the limited purposes described in this privacy policy, and by using this website you agree to be bound by this privacy policy.

This privacy policy relates only to visitors to the website who are not our clients. To the extent there is a difference in our obligations between this policy and the Terms & Conditions, our dealings with our clients, and our treatment of any information received from our clients, will be governed by applicable laws, the Rules of Professional Conduct promulgated by the State Bar of Kansas and the rules of other jurisdictions to which our attorneys may be admitted or practicing.

If you are not already a client of Martin Pringle, no information provided by or gathered from you will be considered to be confidential, privileged or otherwise protected by an attorney-client relationship and may be divulged by us. Furthermore, nothing in this privacy policy or on this website is intended to or will constitute or create an attorney-client or other relationship between you and Martin Pringle. For further details concerning the terms under which you may access the website, please review our Terms & Conditions page.

Martin Pringle reserves the right to change this policy at any time by posting a new privacy policy at this location. Should you have any questions, please contact Stan Smith.

What information do we collect from visitors to the website?

Other than information you may submit through contact forms and questionnaires, Martin Pringle does not currently collect any personal information of visitors to the website except as follows:

  1. information supplied by a visitor's web browser such as the visitor's email address or information related to the website the visitor linked from to access Martin Pringle's website (when you use the website our servers automatically record information that your browser sends whenever you visit any website—such server logs may include information such as your Internet Protocol address, web request, browser language, browser type, the date and time of your use and one or more cookies that can uniquely identify your browser);
  2. information provided to Martin Pringle by visitors to the website via an email message (including any attachments contained in such email message); and
  3. information provided to Martin Pringle by visitors in a web form (for example, when you complete a search request or submit resume and contact information).

While we make a good faith effort to prevent unauthorized access to personal information, you agree and understand that internet communications may not be secure. Thus, we cannot warrant or guarantee that your personal information will not be disclosed to or accessed by parties other than those authorized under this privacy policy and the related Terms & Conditions. Thus, to the extent allowed by law, you agree and understand that we will not be liable for actual or consequential damages caused by such disclosures of your personal information in excess of any funds you have paid to us in connection with your disclosure to us of the personal information.

You agree and understand that to enforce this privacy policy and the related Terms & Conditions, resolve disputes, or provide information to satisfy applicable laws, regulations or proceedings, we may need to retain your personal information. Additionally, you understand and agree that your personal information may be retained by us in residual back-up files that are a function of our server back-up systems.

How do we use this information?

Martin Pringle does not presently share any information collected from visitors to the website with any outside party. Any information collected from visitors to the website is used solely for the purpose(s) for which the information was provided to Martin Pringle by the visitor.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, Martin Pringle does reserve the right to use information it obtains from the website in an aggregated form in order to determine the usefulness and popularity of the various sections of the website and the various web pages contained therein, or to determine how often certain links to or from the website are used by visitor

Links to other websites and social media sites.

This website contains links to other websites on the Internet which we have no control—including to our social media pages and to profiles and posts by our individual lawyers. These links are solely provided to assist visitors in locating these resources. A link to another website does not imply any relationship, affiliation or approval of the linked resources or its contents. Martin Pringle is not responsible for the content on any other website, even those maintained by our lawyers in their own social media profiles and posts. Therefore, please use these other resources with appropriate caution. Please understand that Martin Pringle has no control over the privacy policies of any websites that are linked to our website, and that these linked sites may make more extensive uses of personal information, which are not consistent with this privacy policy.

Cookies and Tracking Pixels

Our website may use cookies and tracking pixels so that we can better serve you when you return to our site and to track user patterns. Cookies and tracking pixels are used by many websites to simplify the access to and browsing of those websites by users. For example, a website might use cookies or tracking pixels to remember your user name or password or to remember your preferences with respect to the website's content, products or services. Although most browsers accept these in their default settings, it may be possible to configure your browser so that it does not accept them from any website. If you configure your browser so that it does not accept these tiny files, certain portions of websites that use them may not function properly or be accessible to you, including any portion of our website, which could be altered to make use of them in the future.