Williams Lawyers understand the importance of your privacy (information that identifies who you are) and we endeavour to protect any information either collected or submitted. This Privacy Statement explains how identifying information is collected and what we do with that information.
The collection and use of Personal Information
Williams Lawyers collects provided online information from you when you complete one of our electronic forms or by sending us an email. We do not and will not sell or share this information with independent third parties. This information is not automatically added to an internal mailing list. Williams Lawyers may collect web data otherwise known as Analysis Non-Personalised Statistical Information (e.g. your web browser, operating system, pages visited, time, date, duration of your visit, last site you visited before coming to the Williams Lawyers website, etc.). We emphasize that this information cannot personally identify you.
Williams Lawyers continually implement and apply procedures to safeguard data security. When required these procedures are reviewed and updated. All personal information is password protected and only accessed by a select few individuals authorised for approved business practices.