Kerr & Kerr is committed to providing its visitors with a web site which respects their privacy. This page summarizes the privacy policies and practices of Kerr & Kerr with respect to its Kerr-Kerr.com website.
- Kerr & Kerr does not automatically gather any information from you, such as your name, phone number, e-mail address or other address. This information is only obtained if you supply it voluntarily.
- Information provided to Kerr & Kerr is only used for Kerr & Kerr's internal purposes including, but not limited to, contacting you, performing conflict checks and where appropriate considering appropriate referrals of questions to other lawyers or law firms for suggestion to you when we contact you.
- Kerr & Kerr uses software that receives and records the Internet protocol IP (address) of the computer that has contacted our website.
- Kerr & Kerr does not use "cookies" to track our visitors who use this site or to track how those visitors use its site.
- Visitor information is treated by Kerr & Kerr as confidential information. Visitor information will not be disclosed to anyone without consent except as required by law, in accordance with this privacy statement and the rules of practice pertaining to lawyers in Ontario, or to a successor law law firm carrying on the law practice of Kerr & Kerr.
- Kerr & Kerr will not sell or give any visitor information provided to any third party marketer.
- Upon the request of any visitor who has provided information to Kerr & Kerr and upon provision of identification satisfactory to Kerr & Kerr identifying the requester as the person who supplied the information Kerr & Kerr will supply a copy of the information on its files about that person to that person for verification and correction provided that the supply of such information does not and will not affect or reveal any information which is confidential to any other party and provided that the supply by Kerr & Kerr of such information will not affect confidentiality or solicitor/client privilege related to any matter with respect to which the person requesting information is not entitled to waive such confidentiality or privilege.