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The great number of legal developments does not permit us to issue an update for each one, nor does it allow us to issue a follow-up on all subsequent developments. Internet subscribers and online readers should not act upon this information without consulting with legal counsel.
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This website is meant to be informational only, in the nature of bulletins and consistent with our profession’s obligation not only to inform our clients but also to cultivate knowledge of the law among the public in general.
The content of this website may be considered advertising for legal services under the laws and rules of professional conduct of the jurisdiction of the State of Florida. If you have questions, for purposes of attorney advertising rules, please contact the McNatt Law Firm, P.A., 4190 Millenia Boulevard, Orlando, Florida 32839 or 407.354.5730. Past results described on this website do not guarantee a similar future outcome. Any photography on this site portraying an attorney is an actual attorney from the McNatt Law Firm, P.A.. For other photography, models used are not clients but may be representative of clients.
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Any attorney with the McNatt Law Firm, P.A. that has been Peer Review Rated as AV® Preeminent™ or BV® Distinguished™, which are certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., uses these ratings in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards, and policies.
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If you choose to correspond further with us through email, we may retain the content of your email messages together with your email address and our responses. We provide the same protections for these electronic communications that we employ in the maintenance of information received by mail and telephone.
Similar to other commercial websites, our website utilizes a standard technology called “cookies” to provide personalization features as well as web server logs to collect information about how our website is used. Information gathered through cookies and web server logs may include the date and time of visits, the pages viewed, time spent at our website, and the websites visited just before our website. This information is collected on an aggregate basis. None of this information is associated with you as an individual.
How Do We Use this Information?
Broadly speaking, we use personal information for purposes of administering our business activities and providing customer service. Occasionally, we may also use the information we collect to notify you about important changes to our website, new services, and special offers we think you will find valuable. The lists used to send you offers are developed and managed under our traditional corporate standards designed to safeguard the security and privacy of our clients’ personal information. As a user of this site, you have the opportunity to notify us of your desire not to receive these offers by unsubscribing via email at email@example.com.
How Do We Protect Your Information?
Periodically, our operations and business practices are reviewed for compliance with corporate policies and procedures governing the security, confidentiality, and quality of our information. We may disclose information when legally compelled to do so, in other words, when we, in good faith, believe that the law requires it or for the protection of our legal rights.