CAL LAW APC (LAW OFFICE);, a website run by the CAL LAW APC , does not collect personally identifiable information on our website unless you choose to give it to us via an email message, an online form, by responding to or communicating by telephone, chat, voice, or text messaging. This privacy policy applies to all websites run by these entities, and to our co-counsel, employees, volunteers, and contract personnel.

We collect two types of user data: (1) technical data that is automatically collected from visitors to our websites, and (2) data that you voluntarily submit to us.

Automatically Collected Data

We automatically collect and store Internet Protocol (“IP”) addresses and domain names of the visitor’s computer on our server and may know some information you have previously provided through cookies. We may also track the number and frequency of hits per page, and length of website visits, and related information about visits to our websites, and to help us diagnose problems with our server, using IP addresses and/or cookies. If you arrive at our websites from a website link, we may also identify the source of that link. Our Web servers may place cookies on your computer containing the information you have given us (for example, your address or ZIP code). These cookies are designed to allow us to provide you with more focused information on issues (for example, information on how to contact your lawmakers, based on your address or ZIP code).


These cookies are not essential to the viewing of the site, and you may block them from being placed on your computer without any loss of site functionality

Voluntarily Submitted Data

We may collect and store personal data that you voluntarily provide, such as your name, mailing address, phone number, email address, and similar information, and transactional information, such as action-taking history, data required to complete a web form, when you participate in certain activities on our websites, including taking our websites, or by contacting us via email or online form.


We also may collect data concerning your use of our websites, such as by using an embedded image in an email in order to track whether you open our email communications and using a URL contained in any email we send to you that enables us to identify that you have taken an action using a Web page.

Information Sharing,,,, and, operated by LAW OFFICE, subject to the rules of professional responsibility applicable to LAW OFFICE, share information with its employees, contractors, of counsel relationships, and where required by law.  We do not share with third parties any personally identifiable information about individuals who contact us, except as outlined in this policy.

Information that you provide to us is stored on databases maintained by third-party service providers, subject to restrictions on their sharing it with other parties. Information is shared with our bookkeeping and accounting service providers, with our auditor, with third-party online merchant account transaction processors, with our banks, and on occasion with contract personnel, also with restrictions on their sharing it with other parties. Subject to the rules of professional responsibility applicable to LAW OFFICE, We may share with our attorneys or law enforcement agencies personally identifiable information that is connected with activities that we suspect may be unlawful regarding a future crime, subject to the regulations governing attorney confidentiality. We cannot guarantee that your personally identifiable information will not be shared due to a subpoena, search warrant, court order, or another lawful form of the legal process.

We may disclose personally identifiable information to the extent we reasonably believe it necessary to protect the security or integrity of our operations; to take precautions against liability; in the event of a security breach, or to take action to prevent, minimize, or remedy any harm from the breach; or to the extent permitted by law, to provide information to a law enforcement agency or for an investigation on a matter related to public safety.

We do not sell, rent, share, or otherwise disclose personally identifiable information regarding persons who contact us, unless required by law or for the limited purposes outlined above, except set forth herein.

Except as described in this Privacy Policy, we will not share your Voluntarily Submitted Data with any third party unless we first notify you and offer you an appropriate choice to consent to such further use, for example, through an opt-out or opt-in request. Our privacy policy only applies to our websites. If you click on a link on our site that takes you to a different organization’s website, you need to read that site’s privacy policy. For example, if you interact with us on Facebook or Twitter, your information is subject to their respective privacy policies.

We may occasionally update this Privacy Policy. We will post any changes on this Web page, so be sure to check back periodically. If we make substantive changes, we will post a notice on our home page that the Privacy Policy has been modified and provide a link to the revised Privacy Policy.

Information about this privacy policy and communications should be directed to (916) 538-0225. 500 Capitol Mall, Suite 2350. Sacramento, CA 95814.

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