PRIVACY POLICY

Privacy Policy

Notice/Consent

Lawyers for Veterans (LFV) collects data to operate effectively and provide the best possible legal services. The following is a list of our services and processes that gather personal data, our purpose and legal basis for processing that information, who we share that information with, and how long we hold that information.

How LFV Uses Personal Data:

Service or Process

Description of Service or Process: LFV maintains a law firm administrative management system and accounting system(the “Systems”) to maintain information about its clients, potential clients,and other contacts, including those related to legal matters in which LFV provides legal services. LFV also maintains records of electronic communications and documents created and edited in the course of legal representation.

Category of Personal Data: Identifying information. Social and contact information. Financial information. Tracking data.

Category of Data Subjects: LFV’s Systems handle information from clients, potential clients, and social contacts.

Purpose of Processing: LFV uses this information to:
* provide support and services through our website,
* promptly respond to requests and inquiries for legal representation,
* market to clients and prospective clients,
* comply with legal requirements obligations, and
* otherwise enhance our legal services in the normal course of business

Legal Basis for Processing: LFV handles personal information in the course and scope of providing lega lservices. LFV has a legitimate business interest in handling the information. LFV may also handle information pursuant to a legal obligation.

Categories of Recipients Who Receive This Personal Data: LFV may share information with third party service providers, such as data hosting and software services. LFV may share information with indemnity insurers and governmental and regulatory authorities.

Retention Period: LFV maintains some information perpetually and maintains other information in conformity with legal requirements and legal industry standards for records retention.

Service or Process Description of Service or Process: In the course of or in connection with providing legal services, LFV gathers and receives information about clients and third parties. LFV also maintains records of electronic communications and documents created and edited in the course of legal representation.

Category of Personal Data: Categories may include: Identifying information. Opinions, beliefs, personal preferences.Physical characteristics. Personal history data. Social and contact information. Financial data. Tracking data.

Category of Data Subjects: LFV handles personal information from clients and individuals who may have information relevant to the provision of legal services.

Purpose of Processing: LFV uses this information in connection with its provision of legal services.

Legal Basis for Processing: LFV handles personal information in the course and scope of providing legal services. LFV has a legitimate business interest in handling the information. LFV may also handle this information pursuant to a legal obligation.

Categories of Recipients Who Receive This Personal Data: LFV may share information about third parties involved in legal matters. LFV may also share information to respond to claims asserted against us, our clients, and others and to otherwise protect our legitimate interests or the legitimate interests of clients and others. LFV may share information with third party service providers, such as data hosting and software services. LFV may share information with indemnity insurers and governmental and regulatory authorities.

Retention Period: LFV maintains some information perpetually and maintains other information in conformity with legal requirements and legal industry standards for records retention.

Withdraw Consent: If our legal basis for processing your information is solely based on your consent, you may withdraw your consent at any time by contacting Peter Strand in writing at the contact information located on our members pages and informing him that you withdraw your consent.

Contacting Supervisory Authorities:If you would like to lodge a complaint, you may contact your local supervisory authority.

Changes to our privacy statement: We keep this privacy statement under regular review and will place any updates on our website.

This privacy statement was first issued 05/25/2011 and was last modified on 07/10/2020.

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