Our Privacy Policy

This privacy policy applies to your use of McGuiness & Yager's website (www.chrolaw.com). Please review this policy carefully. If you have any questions about our privacy practices, you can send an email or a letter to: McGuiness & Yager LLP, 1100 Thirteenth St., NW, Suite 850, Washington DC 20005.

McGuiness & Yager LLP collects no personally identifying information (such as name, address, email address, etc.) about you as you visit www.chrolaw.com except when specifically and knowingly provided by you (e.g., when you request to be contacted or have information sent to you). Any information provided by you is used solely for the purpose provided, unless you agree in advance upon request to additional use (e.g., if you request information about a particular practice area, you may be asked if you would like to be added to that practice area's mailing list or email list in order to receive newsletters or memos of interest). And, of course, at any time, you may request that you be removed from any or all lists on which you previously had asked to be included. McGuiness & Yager LLP does not share any personal information you provide with outside parties.

Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100 percent secure. As a result, while we strive to protect your personal information, McGuiness & Yager cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us or any information provided online, and you do so at your own risk. McGuiness & Yager will not be liable for disclosures of your personal information due to errors in transmission or unauthorized acts of third parties. However, once we receive your transmission, we do our best to ensure its security on our systems by making reasonable efforts to protect the information.

While we reserve the right to change this policy at any time without advance notice, if we do change our policy, the new policy will not go into effect until it is posted here. We also reserve the right to add features designed to elicit consumer information. If we do decide to add any such features, we will clearly mark these features and explain the nature and potential use of the data collected.