Privacy Policy

Mathys & Squire LLP takes user privacy very seriously and acknowledges that your privacy on the Web is very important to you. That’s why protecting your personal information is of the utmost importance. The LLP seeks to comply with the UK Data Protection Act 1998.

By appropriate adjustment of the privacy settings on your computer, you can visit this Website without revealing who you are or providing any information. However, the LLP may use any information that you do provide about yourself and/or your business when using the Website to answer your enquiries or to help the LLP to improve service to you. The LLP does not share this information with third parties except to the extent necessary to answer your enquiries and solely on the understanding that the third party will treat the information in confidence. The LLP may collect the e-mail addresses of those who send us e-mail messages, and may use these e-mail addresses to respond to those messages. We will not share those addresses with any third party. The LLP may also send you e-mails if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to:

Comply with law or comply with legal process served upon the LLP or its agents
Protect and defend the LLP's rights or property or those of its users or
Protect the personal safety of the LLP's users or the public
Excepting the above, the LLP will only use your personal information for purposes for which you have consented, although it may store information you have provided in order to contact you with legal and/or practice updates and information about its services which may be of interest to you. Where you provide the LLP with an e-mail address, you may be contacted by e-mail. You have the right at any time to ask not to be contacted with any such material by e-mail or otherwise.

Mathys & Squire LLP follows appropriate security procedures and takes reasonable precautions in the storage and disclosure of your personal information so as to prevent unauthorised access by third parties. However, the Internet is not a totally secure medium and the LLP cannot accept responsibility for any use, distribution, damage or destruction of personal data that arises from the unauthorised use of this website.