You are not required to submit PII to use this website. You may elect to provide PII to the Fidelity Law Association (FLA) by means of e-mail or other communication. The FLA may elect to use your PII to provide you with FLA publications, event invitations or other mailings that may be of interest to you. You may opt-out of such mailings, submit corrections to your PII, or have your PII removed from the FLA’s contact database by contacting us.
Like most websites, the server upon which this site resides automatically collects basic data about your visit to this site, including your computer’s IP address, your web browser type, operating system type, and what pages linked you to this site. We refer to this server-collected information as “traffic data.” The FLA may utilize such aggregated traffic data to interpret the usefulness and popularity of the website, and to develop improvements to it. The FLA may make traffic data available to employees, contractors or other third parties to the extent necessary for them to perform certain site-related services on the FLA’s behalf.
This site may make use of temporary or “session” cookies in order to enable the basic functionality of the site. Third-party links may appear on the site and, if so, those third-parties may set and access cookies on your computer. Those organizations will have their own privacy policies that govern their use of any PII. Most web browsers have the capability of rejecting cookies, and if you are concerned about their usage, you are encouraged to avail yourself of that technology. Please be advised, however, that this site may not function properly for you without cookies.
Your PII may be shared with third parties under certain circumstances, including: (1) situations in which you have given your express consent; (2) when a service provided on the site requires that PII be shared with a service provider that has agreed not to disclose the information to third parties; (3) pursuant to a lawful request by a court of competent jurisdiction or upon presentation of a valid law enforcement warrant; (4) to protect and defend the legitimate business interests, rights or property of the FLA, and (5) in urgent circumstances, to protect personal or public safety
When you provide personally identifying information on the FLA website such as an application for membership in the FLA we will retain certain personal information from you. The information we collect and retain can vary but may include your name, address, telephone number, email address and other demographic information. The type of information you provide will determine which personal information is collected.
Children under 13 years old are not the target audience for this site. To protect their privacy, the FLA prohibits the solicitation of personal information from these children.
The FLA reserves the right to change, modify or update this policy at any time without notice. Any substantial changes in the way your personal information is used will be posted here.