Privacy Policy

Grant Law Partners (“GLP”, “we”, “us” and “our”) is committed to respecting your privacy. This includes dealing with your personal information responsibly and in accordance with the requirements of applicable data protection laws, and employing appropriate security measures to protect your personal information.

This privacy notice (this “Notice”) describes the ways in which we collect, use and share the personal information you provide to us, or that we otherwise collect or receive in the course of operating our business and our website, glplaw.esq.

Personal Information That We Collect About You and How We Obtain it

Personal information” is any information in our possession, custody or control that can be used to identify you or that we can link to you. Such personal information may include:

Information that you provide to us. We will process personal information that you give to us, including under the following circumstances:

Contacting us, including through email: When you contact us with queries or respond to our communications, the personal information you provide may include your full name, title, telephone number, email address, the content, date and time of your email or other correspondence, and information about your employer or your business.

Our provision of legal services: If you are a client of GLP, you will provide us with personal information when you or the organization you represent becomes a client, and as necessary in the course of our providing legal services. If you are not a client, you may provide us with your personal information because you attend meetings at our offices or otherwise are involved in one of our clients’ matters.

Employment: When you apply for or accept a role with us, you may provide us with your full name, date of birth, nationality, education and qualification details, gender, resume, photograph, passport details, bank account details, marital status, home address, home telephone number, mobile telephone number and other details set out in your application.

Use of cookies: A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that is sent by our web server to your computer or mobile device when you access our web site. Our web site uses persistent cookies, which enable our web server to recognize your device and browsing preferences each time you visit our web site. For more information on cookies, visit www.allaboutcookies.org.

We use cookies only to assist visitors in accessing our web site and to collect information that will help us to improve the quality of our visitors’ browsing experience. We use the information that we collect through our use of cookies only for our own analysis of how visitors use our website.

Cookies can be disabled by changing the settings on your browser, though some parts of the web site may not function well if you choose to do so.

By continuing to use or access our website without changing your browser settings, you agree to our use of cookies as described above.

Information we otherwise collect or generate about you. We will collect information about you when you use our services or when we otherwise interact or correspond with you. We use various technologies to collect and store information when you visit our website. We may, for example, collect information about the type of device you use to access our website, your IP address and your geographic location, the operating system and version of your device, your browser type, the content you view and features you access on our website, and the search terms, if any, you enter on our website.

Information we obtain from third parties. We may request or otherwise receive your personal information from third parties in certain circumstances, including:

If you apply for a position with us, we may collect personal information relating to your employment history, qualifications and education, opinions from third parties about you, and other details, which will be provided to us by a third party that provides background screening services to us.

In the context of our client acceptance procedures, our provision of legal services, or otherwise in the course of our business, we may receive your personal information from third parties such as your employer, our service providers and business partners, other parties relevant to the services we are providing (for example, counterparties in transactions), regulators and authorities, and others. That information could include your name, contact details, employment details and other information relevant to the legal services that we are providing.

If you have a relationship with any of our clients or any member of our staff, they may provide us with your personal information, including your name, contact details, marital status and other details.

The personal information that you provide to us or that we collect from you may include

sensitive personal information (or “special category” personal information), such as information relating to your nationality.

Uses of Your Personal Information

We may use your personal information in a number of ways, including:

  • to provide legal services to our clients;
  • to manage our business and commercial relationships with our clients, suppliers and vendors;
  • to engage in marketing and business development activities in relation to the services we provide, including sending you newsletters, legal updates, marketing communications and other information that may be of interest to you (you may choose at any time not to receive marketing materials from us by clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of these materials);
  • to review and process your job application when you have applied for a position with us;
  • to comply with our legal and regulatory obligations, or to establish, exercise or defend our legal rights;
  • to manage and analyze usage and performance of our website or our other online services;
  • to improve the services we offer;
  • to respond to any requests, or investigate any complaints you may have, or to notify you about any changes to our services or our website; and
  • to prevent and respond to actual or potential fraud or illegal activities.

We rely on one or more of the following legal grounds for using your personal information in these ways:

  • we have your consent;
  • we need to in order to take steps to enter into a contract with you or to perform our obligations under a contract with you, including a contract to provide legal services;
  • we need to in order to comply with our legal and regulatory obligations, or to establish, exercise or defend our legal rights; or
  • it is required for our legitimate business interests, some examples of which are listed in the ‘Uses of your personal information’ section, above.

Sharing of Your Personal Information

We share personal information among our offices, including our offices in Inverness, Florida and Wildwood, Florida, as well as any additional office(s) we may open in the future.

We may also share your personal information with third parties outside of GLP, including:

  • third party agents or contractors that are subject to confidentiality requirements, in connection with the processing of your personal information for the purposes described in this Notice (this may include, for example, IT and communications service providers, or suppliers or vendors who provide support services to us);
  • third parties relevant to the legal services that we provide, including counterparties to litigation or transactions, other professional service providers, regulators, authorities, and governmental institutions; and
  • regulatory authorities, courts, tribunals, government agencies or law enforcement agencies to the extent required by law, regulation or court order (for example, if we are under a duty to disclose your personal information in order to comply with any legal obligation, or where we need to establish, exercise or defend our legal rights).

Retention of Your Personal Information

How long we retain your personal information will vary depending on a number of factors, including:

  • the purpose for which we are using it – we will need to keep the data for as long as is necessary for that purpose;
  • legal obligations – laws or regulations may set a minimum period for which we have to keep your personal information.

Protecting Your Personal Information

We have put in place various technical and organizational measures intended to protect your personal information from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, alteration or destruction consistent with applicable data protection laws.

External Links

The GLP website may contain links to other sites. When you leave the GLP website, GLP is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of other websites. We encourage you to read the privacy policies of any site linked to ours, especially if you share any personal information. We are not responsible for the content, business practices, or privacy practices of other websites.

Security of Your Personal Information

If you are a client of GLP, electronic communications between you and us, including via our website, may be treated as legally privileged, as attorney work product or otherwise confidentially under applicable rules of professional conduct. Nothing in this Notice is intended to affect such protections for existing clients. If you are not a client of GLP, your communications with us are not eligible for such protections except for certain limited special circumstances.

Changes to Our Privacy Notice

We may regularly review our privacy practices as set forth in this Notice. Any future changes will be reflected with an updated version of this Notice, which will be available on our website.

Acceptance

By using the GLP website, you signify your acceptance of this Notice. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at:

Grant Law Partners
123 North Apopka Avenue
Inverness, Florida 34450

We can also be reached via telephone at (352) 726-511.