Privacy Policy

ConductLaw is committed to confidentiality. We zealously guard the privacy of our clients and business contacts. Our privacy policy governs how we collect, store and share your personal information. Personal information is any information about  an identifiable individual.

We retain all client information in a secure environment. In addition, we do not divulge your personal information to third parties without your consent, unless under rare circumstances required by law, for example to protect the health or safety of a child.

All personal information collected is required to understand your unique situation, act on your behalf, and communicate with you. Should you wish to view or amend the personal information we have on file for you, kindly contact JP McAvoy, our Chief Privacy Officer:


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