Privacy Policy

Friedman & Feiger, LLP. (the “Firm” or “Us”) is committed to maintaining your privacy and this Privacy Policy describes the terms under which we do so. Non-public, personal information disclosed to the Firm through its website will be handled pursuant to this Privacy Policy. This Privacy Policy may be amended from time to time as deemed necessary by the Firm.
The only personally identifiable information the Firm collects from you through this website is the information that you decide to submit to the Firm as part of an inquiry or other communication to us. Unless required by law or expressly authorized by you, the Firm will not provide or share your personally identifiable information to third parties, and such information is only used internally.
Certain types of information are obtained whenever you interact with us through the website. For example, like many websites, our website utilizes “cookies” and obtain certain types of information when your Web browser accesses Cookies are unique identifiers that provide information to the Firm on how its website is used and assist us in enhancing the website’s function. Cookies do not, however, access data from your devices.
All information whether personally identifiable or otherwise, that the Firm recovers from its clients and their agents and advisors is protected as required under all applicable rules of professional conduct, including, those relating to the attorney-client privilege.
Notwithstanding this Privacy Policy, transmitting or entering information over the internet inherently entails the risk of interception and/or use by others. Consequently, the Firm does not warrant the security of data while in transit to or from this website, although it does utilize security software and protocols. By using the internet to access this website, you assume all risks and liabilities associated with transmission on the internet of your personally identifiable information.