Buckley Brion collects personally identifiable information through its website– information that identifies you or can be used on its own or with other information to identify, locate or contact you. You may, for instance, submit your email address, and other information in a general contact inquiry on our Contact Us page. You may also sign up on the website to receive e-mail alerts and newsletters. Buckley Brion uses any information you provide to deliver the information you requested, as well as surveys, invitations, announcements and other information the firm believes may interest you. We may also uses this information, along with similar information from other visitors to the website, to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of the website and the information it contains. We may now or in the future use tools, including third-party analytical software, to collect automatically certain data about the computer or other device you use to reach the website such as:
1. device properties including, but not limited to, unique or other device identifiers;
2. device operating system and firmware;
3. IP address and Internet service provider;
4. mobile phone carrier; and
5. other similar data.
We may also use server log analysis tools to gather and analyze information regarding the website’s usage, such as the number of hits received, the number of unique visitors, the most/least visited pages, errors experienced by users, browsers and platforms used to connect to the website, the number of times a user or the computers within a given network visited the website, the date and time you visited the website, the pages of the website that you visited and the order in which you accessed such pages, and the websites you visited before or after you visit our website. This information may be collected via several technologies, including cookies, web beacons, clear GIFs and other means. All of this information belongs to Buckley Brion, and we use it to improve effectiveness, content, layout and/or operation of our website. You can remove certain cookies by following the directions in your Internet browser’s “help” file.
web designers, hosting service providers and others helping implement, maintain and operate the website
vendors monitoring the website and its operation on our behalf
vendors assisting or cooperating in preparing firm mailings, or providing Buckley Brion with other services
sponsors or co-sponsors of webinars, seminars or other events in which Buckley Brion is participating; and
law enforcement and other government authorities such as legislatures, courts, agencies and litigants if we reasonably believe that such action is necessary to: (a) comply with the law and the reasonable requests of governmental authorities; (b) comply with legal process; (c) respond to requests from public or government authorities, including public or government authorities outside your country of residence; (d) protect the security or integrity of the website or our information systems; and/or (e) exercise or protect our rights, privacy, safety or those of affiliates, clients, you or others.
Buckley Brion uses generally accepted security practices and procedures designed to protect your personally identifiable information from unauthorized access, use and disclosure and requires that its authorized service providers implement and maintain such security practices and procedures as well. Please be aware that Internet transmissions and information storage systems are never completely private or secure. We store your information for as long as we believe the information is useful in carrying out the business purposes for which it was collected.
Policy revised May 2019