Information We Collect From You
Upon signing up with NextLaw™, we require that you establish a password-protected personal account for subscription to our services ("the Services"). When your personal account is being set up, we usually request contact and billing information (your name, your mobile phone number(s) as well as a valid email address.) We use this information to provide you with our Services and to contact you about the services in which you have expressed interest.
We will keep track of your interactions with us, including but not limited to your activity on the Site, order history, payment history and correspondence. We do this to provide you with better service, for billing and administrative functions, to improve your customer experience and also for internal research and reporting purposes.
Emails and SMS Messages
We may send you the following types of email communications: welcome emails, our weekly newsletter, account status updates and promotional content. You may opt-out of receiving our email newsletter via the unsubscribe links in each email. You can also opt-out of specific types of email communications through your Account Settings. We may also communicate with you via SMS sent to your mobile phone regarding the services you request for, your account status and updates as well as promotional information about our other products.
Our website collects and retain technical information regarding visits to the NextLaw™ website such as the IP address assigned to the computer visiting the Site, the type of browser used by a visitor and the operating system running the user's connections to the service. This data is not linked to your personal account. It is used to analyse the ways in which our Site is used, and how we can improve the user experience.
How We Use Your Information
We use your personal information in the following general ways: To provide you with our Services, to allow for your identification and authentication onto the NextLaw™ website, for billing and administrative functions, to contact you, and for internal research and reporting purposes.
Website and service announcement updates with important information about the service may be sent to you through the email address or cell phone number you provided. Our special promotions may also be communicated to you via this website. You can opt-out of receiving these promotional emails, but not service related messages, at any time either through the unsubscribe link in the email we send you.
Viewing and Updating Your Account Information
You may update your personal profile by visiting the Account Setting section of your profile on our website if your personal information changes, or you want to update your email preferences. You must be signed in to access your Account Settings.
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Relationship with End Users
Any individual or entity that has access to our Services through your account (“End User”) shall be deemed to have a relationship with you and not NextLaw™. Therefore, you will indemnify NextLaw™, our affiliates, licensors and each of our respective employees, officers, directors and representatives from and against any losses arising out of or relating to a third-party claim concerning the End User’s use of our Service, breach of applicable laws by you or the End User and any dispute between you and the End User.
Disclosure of Personal Information to Third Parties
We do not rent, sell or share your personal information with third parties except to provide products and services you have requested, when we have permission, or as described in this policy, including under the following circumstances:
- When we believe in good faith it is necessary in order to investigate, prevent, or take action regarding illegal activities, suspected fraud, situations involving potential threats to the physical safety of any person, violations of our terms and conditions, or as otherwise required by law; or/and
- When we believe in good faith that it is necessary to respond to subpoenas, court orders, or other legal process, or to exercise our legal rights or defend against legal claims; or/and
- We may transfer information, including any personally identifiable information, in the event NextLaw™ is acquired by or merged with another company.
Protecting your information
The administrators of NextLaw™ website take reasonable and ethical measures to safeguard your personal information during transmission and when stored on our network. However, due to the nature of open communication on the internet, communications between you and the website, and the website and you, may not be secure, depending on the network you are using to communicate with us.
If NextLaw™ becomes aware of an actual or potential security breach through which sensitive personal information may have been compromised, you may be notified electronically so that you can take appropriate protective steps. By using this Site, or providing personal information to us through any means, you agree that we can communicate with you electronically regarding security, privacy, and administrative issues relating to your use of this Site.
Any questions regarding the security of our website may be directed to us at email@example.com