This notice sets forth our policy with respect to information about individuals collected on our Web site. McCormick & Dooley PLLC (“McCormick & Dooley”) does not collect personally identifying information from visitors to this site unless voluntarily and knowingly submitted by the visitor. You can have general access to our site and browse the pages without providing any personal information. McCormick & Dooley will not use information provided through your use of this site except to notify you or respond to your requests or to measure traffic and visitor patterns at this site. We do not provide or sell any of this information to third parties. Some third parties that provide services on our behalf may need access to your information but only as necessary to carry out these services and they may not share your information or use it for any other purposes. We do not currently use "cookies" (small pieces of data sent to your computer browser from some Web servers and stored on your computer's hard drive to remember your information).  Upon receipt of your written request, we will disclose to you your personal data held by us, we shall correct or delete inaccurate details, and notify any third party recipients of the necessary changes. 

We reserve the right to change this policy at any time without advance notice by posting a new notice on this site.  Any new policy will apply only to information collected thereafter.  This policy relates only to our practices relating to information collected on our website.  If you become a client of our firm, a separate privacy notice may be provided to you that applies to our client relationship.