Privacy Policy

We want you to know how we handle the information you send us via the internet. Our Privacy Policy adapts to the internet’s dynamic environment. We keep you informed by updating this Privacy Policy as our procedures change. Please review it occasionally to remain informed. This Policy was last updated on December 7, 2012.

E-mail Addresses. When a visitor gives us their e-mail address, or sends us e-mail correspondence, we retain their e-mail address. We do not share our e-mail lists with third parties for marketing purposes. We use e-mail addresses to communicate with you regarding investment opportunities, market research, industry trends, and other marketing communications. We may also use your e-mail address to share information about Corbin K. King Law Firm that may be of interest to you. You may opt-out of receiving such promotional messages from us at any time. If we do send you a promotional e-mail, you will be given the opportunity to decline receiving similar e-mails in the future.

Mailing Addresses. If you request information be mailed to your postal address, you will be placed on our mailing list and you will receive periodic mailings from us. If you prefer, you can have your name put on our do-not-share list by writing to us at our address above. Please include your name and address as it appears on your mailing label.

Telephone Numbers. Visitors who give us their telephone numbers online will receive telephone contact from our representatives regarding questions they have placed online.

Ad Servers. Corbin K. King Law Firm does not have arrangements with any ad server companies for this Web site.

Children’s Online Privacy. The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act took effect April 21, 2000 and pertains to Web sites directed toward children under 13 years of age. Corbin K. King Law Firm does not collect information on any person under 13 years. We ask that children do not submit information to us without the consent of a parent or guardian.

Disclosure. If required by law, court order or in the good faith belief that disclosure is otherwise advisable, we may disclose your information.