Privacy Policy

Black & LoBello does not currently collect personal identifying information except that which your Web browser provides or that you provide in an email to the firm. Black & LoBello will use your personally identifying information for the purpose for which you submitted the information. Black & LoBello will not post this information on our Web site without your consent. Black & LoBello may, however, combine certain elements of your personal identifying information with the information from other users of our Web site to analyze the usefulness and popularity of various Web pages on our Web site. Your personal information will never be sold to a third-party.

We will also disclose your personal information if we in good-faith believe we are required to do so (1) by law or to comply with a subpoena or other legal process served on Black & LoBello; (2) to protect and defend our rights or property or the rights or property of our clients; or (3) in an emergency to protect the personal safety of our employees, clients, visitors or the public.

We may also engage others to provide services to Black & LoBello, to you and to other visitors to this Web site. For example, we may engage other companies to host, operate and maintain this Web site, analyze data, provide marketing assistance and provide other services. Black & LoBello will give them access to your personal information only as necessary to do their jobs. We cannot guarantee that those companies will protect your personal information to the same extent described in this privacy policy. In the future, if we merge with another firm, are acquired by or change our structure, we may need to transfer your personally identifiable information to the surviving or acquiring entity.