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Wiley Rein LLP provides this online privacy statement for the benefit of users of this site. The following discloses our information collection, use and disclosure practices for this website, www.wileyrein.com. This statement does not address information obtained offline through events such as seminars or an attorney's personal contacts.
Personally Identifiable Information
Wiley Rein does not collect personally identifiable information about visitors from the website except when specifically and knowingly provided by such individuals. As part of its efforts to improve the usefulness of its website and related services, Wiley Rein may obtain email addresses or similar information that, in some cases, may identify the names or organizations of visitors to particular website pages.
Currently, the site collects personal information (e.g., name, company, address, phone and email addresses) from visitors who voluntarily submit a feedback/inquiry form, send electronic mail to the firm, register for events, subscribe to newsletters or submit resumes through the site. Personal information collected through this website is saved in the firm's contact database where it may be combined with pre-existing contact information in the database.
Personal information is used by the firm to send individuals requested newsletters, event notices and announcements. Individuals may be removed from the firm's email or mail list at any time by sending an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org. The email subject line should read "Remove" and the message should include the individual's name and email address.
Resumes submitted through this website are maintained by the firm for recruiting and placement purposes. Resumes may be kept on file for up to three years unless an individual requests otherwise.
Emails submitted to attorneys or other firm contacts through this site are not collected by the site.Nonpersonally Identifiable Information
The firm does not share, rent, sell or disclose personally or nonpersonally identifiable information to third parties, except where necessary in order to fulfill a specific request from an individual, and in that instance would not disclose personally identifiable information for any unrelated purposes.
Occasionally, the firm co-sponsors events with third parties and may share attendee lists for purposes of the event. In this instance a separate privacy statement will be made available.
This site contains links to other sites and Wiley Rein is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites.
Wiley Rein newsletters are protected by copyright and willful infringement may result in serious legal consequences. However, Wiley Rein consents to the copying of its newsletters or articles therein if, and only if, the copied material:
- Is clearly attributed to Wiley Rein and to the individual authors if they are named in the newsletter.
- Is not presented in a way that suggests some other attribution.
- Is not sold, alone or as part of a collection, for more than the direct costs of reproduction and distribution.
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Wiley Rein policy requires members of its legal staff promptly to obtain bar admission in the place where the person is principally officed. Because Wiley Rein seeks out top legal talent from around the country, there may be an interval between the time of joining the firm and bar admission. During that interval, supervision is provided by principals of the firm who are local bar members.