Privacy Policy

The Law Office of Tiffany Heah respects your privacy and is committed to collecting, maintaining, and using personal information about you responsibly. This Privacy Policy (“Policy”) applies to all of your use of and any other services offered through the domain (“Site”) except to the extent those services include privacy policies that expressly override this Policy. This Policy describes how we will treat your personal information as you use our Site and services. This Policy expressly does not apply to information provided to us in the course of our attorney-client relationships or protected by confidentiality, the attorney-client privilege, the attorney work-product doctrine, or any other applicable protection, if any. Nothing in this Policy should be construed to create an attorney-client relationship with visitors to our website or, conversely, to detract from any of the protections resulting from such relationships.


Information We Might Collect From You.

In general, you may visit our Site without telling us who you are or revealing any personal information about yourself, except as set forth in the following sentence. Like many websites, our server logs capture information regarding your operating system, browser software, IP (Internet Protocol) address, and the full Uniform Resource Locator (URL) clickstream to, through, and from our website, including date and time.

Information You Submit To Us.

If you submit personal information to us through our Site, we will use that information as we see appropriate and necessary. We will not provide your information to any third party, except we reserve the right to disclose personal information to regulatory authorities, law enforcement agencies, or as required by applicable law. We may use personal information as we believe to be necessary or appropriate: (a) under applicable law, including laws outside your country of residence; (b) to comply with legal process; (c) to respond to requests from public and government authorities, including public and government authorities outside your country of residence; (d) to enforce our terms and conditions; (e) to protect our operations or those of any of our affiliates; (f) to protect our rights, privacy, safety, or property, and/or that of our affiliates, you, or others; and (g) to allow us to pursue available remedies or limit the damages that we may sustain.”