Neubauer & Associates, Inc., publishers of Plaintiff magazine (PLAINTIFF), has information management practices that define our relationships with customers and advertisers. These practices define the privacy policies with regard to information obtained via this Web site, www.plaintiffmagazine.com (the “Web site”).
Any questions about this privacy statement, requests to correct or clarify your personally identifying information, or requests to modify your “opt-out” preferences can be directed to:
Changes to this Privacy Statement
We may from time to time use customer information derived from this website for new purposes not previously disclosed in this privacy notice. Should this happen, we will post here any such the policy changes and offer you the opportunity to opt out of these new uses.
WHAT INFORMATION DOES PLAINTIFF MAINTAIN ABOUT YOU?
When you register to receive the magazine, attend a seminar or take advantage of other services offered on this website, we may require that you give us personal information, including, but not limited to, your name, firm or organization name, mailing address, e-mail address, phone numbers and, in some cases, credit card information for billing purposes.
Personally Identifying Information
Free E-Mails: When you sign-up to receive newsletters by e-mail or other electronic means, we may require that you supply your full name, mailing address and e-mail address.
Although we don’t presently do so, we may in the future gather anonymous information, which may be used by PLAINTIFF or shared with third parties. This information does not personally identify you but may be help us improve the services we offer. This information is collected through Internet “traffic data” and may include the use of “cookies” and “IP addresses“ that relate to your computer.
We may in the future also use an advertising server developed by third parties such as Google or DoubleClick to display ads on the Web site. Some of these ads may contain cookies that are placed on your computer by third parties (i.e., advertising agencies or advertising clients). PLAINTIFF does not have access to these cookies or the information they gather.
Credit Card Information
If you use a credit card to pay for something offered on this web site, we may retain your credit card information in order to renew your account in the cases of renewable services such as subscriptions. When we do retain credit card information, we are very careful to keep it private and separate from your other personal information. We will not disclose your credit card information to any third party other than our credit card processor and bank.
DO WE SHARE YOUR INFORMATION?
Personally Identifying Information
We take your privacy seriously. You can control how we use your personally identifying information by informing us if you want to opt-out of certain uses of your information.
PLAINTIFF may, on occasion, choose to share personally identifying information with select third parties whose products or services we feel may be of interest to you. They may send you direct mail offers or contact you via e-mail. We may use your mailing address or e-mail address to send you offers of our own.
PLAINTIFF may also send you promotional messages on behalf of selected third parties whose products or services we think may be of interest to you. If you prefer not to receive promotional mail or e-mails from PLAINTIFF, please see the “Opting Out” provision below.
PLAINTIFF may also share the information it gathers in a compiled format with advertisers and other partners. The compiled format is an aggregation of data and does not include personally identifying information.
Organizational Changes: Should PLAINTIFF magazine or related assets be sold, customer information will be treated as an asset and is subject to transfer to or acquisition by a third party.
Customer Requests for Personal Information: Upon request, PLAINTIFF will provide you with a copy of the personal information we are maintaining.
THIRD PARTY PARTNERS AND LINKS TO OTHER WEB SITES
PLAINTIFF is not responsible for the content or the privacy policies of linked Web sites.
While visiting this Web site, you may choose to purchase a product or service from a third party that is advertised on this Web site. We have no control over the third party Web site.
OPTING-OUT, CORRECTIONS AND CANCELLATIONS
Upon request, PLAINTIFF will (a) remove you and your personal information from our mailing and e-mail lists (b) correct personal information that is erroneous. Please direct your inquiry to: