Effective October 1, 2005.
Nixon Shefrin protects its clients’ privacy and strictly adheres to professional standards regarding client confidentiality including the attorney-client privilege and applicable ethical rules. If you are not a current client of Nixon Shefrin, please do not send any confidential information to us. Any information sent by a non- client to Nixon Shefrin will not be considered confidential or protected by the attorney-client relationship and may be disclosed by us. Any information sent by a current Nixon Shefrin client and our treatment of such information is governed by Colorado’s Rules of Professional Conduct, applicable law, and the rules of any other jurisdiction to which a Nixon Shefrin attorney may be admitted. Whether or not you are currently a client of Nixon Shefrin, please be advised that any information conveyed via the Internet, including email, may not be secure. By sending unencrypted sensitive or confidential email messages, you accept the risks of such uncertainty and possible lack of confidentiality. When you visit http://www.nixonshefrin.com, we do not collect any personally identifiable information about you unless you specifically provide it to us. This website does not currently use “cookies” or collect your Internet Protocol (IP) address, but may decide to do so in the future. Any information voluntarily submitted to Nixon Shefrin through this Web site may be saved in a contact database maintained offline. Nixon Shefrin takes reasonable security precautions to maintain the privacy of the data that is collected, such as restricting access by personnel and restricting access by user ID and password. To the extent permitted by law or otherwise agreed, Nixon Shefrin will not sell, share, or otherwise disclose any contact information it maintains in its database.