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Cookie Notice

Updated  June 25, 2018

Our Cookie Notice (“this Notice”) explains how Karen J. Orlin P.L. and Karen J. Orlin (“us,” “we,” or “our”) uses cookies and similar tracking technology when you visit our www.orlinlaw.com website, interact with our online advertisements or marketing emails, or any other websites, pages, features, or content we own or operate (collectively “our Internet Service”). Please read this Notice carefully so that you can be informed about our cookie handling practices when accessing or using our Internet Service, as that term is defined in our privacy notice .

  1. Acceptance

This Notice is part of, and is governed by, the terms and conditions set forth in our Terms of Use. You should also read our Privacy Notice to be informed about our data handling practices.

By accessing or using our Internet Service, you accept the data practices and terms detailed in this Notice. If you do not agree with this Notice, please discontinue your access or use of our Internet Service immediately. This Notice does not apply to services offered by other companies or other sites linked from our Internet Service.

  1. Change to this Notice

We may update this Notice at any time so that we can keep you updated about our new data handling practices. If we make any material changes to this Notice, we will notify you when you first visit our Internet Service after the change are posted or via the email address we have on file for you, if any. Once this Notice is posted, the changes become effective upon your continued use of our Internet Service. We will update the Updated date located at the top of this Notice whenever we make changes to this Notice.

  1. What are cookies?

Cookies are small data files that we transfer to your device to collect information about your use of our Internet Service. Cookies can be recognized by the website that downloaded them or other websites that use the same cookies. This helps websites know if your browsing device has visited them before.

Generally, information collected by cookies and other tracking technologies does not constitute personal information as defined by GDPR. However, if exceptionally such collected information does constitute personal information (such as IP addresses or similar identifiers), we will treat it as personal information in accordance with our Privacy Notice.

We use both first-party and third-party cookies on our Internet Service. First-party cookies are cookies are placed on your device by us; third-party cookies are cookies placed on your devise otherwise than by us. Third-party cookies are operated by third parties that can recognize your device both when it visits our Internet Service and when it visits other websites or mobile apps. We do not control how third-party cookies are used, and we encourage you to check the websites of any third-party cookie providers for more information about how they use cookie information.

  1. Why do we use cookies?

Cookies can be used for multiple purposes. We use cookies to help us understand how our Internet Service is used, such as, without limitation, whether you spent more time on a certain part of our Internet Service or whether you experienced any technical issues. Some of the functions performed by cookies are strictly necessary for us to be able to offer you our Internet Service, while other cookies provide us with valuable insight about how we can improve our Internet Service or help us with marketing our legal services to you based on your interests and preferences.

  1. What types of cookies do we use?

We use the cookies described below on our Internet Service:

Categories of Cookies Description
Strictly Necessary Some of the cookies we use are necessary to provide our Internet Service to you. For example, these cookies help you: navigate from page to page, detect, prevent, and mitigate malicious and fraudulent activities on our Internet Service, or support and enable other security features. Without those cookies, some of our Internet Service cannot be provided to you.
Functional Functional cookies collect information about how you use our Internet Service, provide you with certain functions on our Internet Service, and remember your preferences. Functional cookies also perform important functions for your use of our Internet Services.
Analytics, Performance and Research These cookies help us understand how well our Internet Service performs. They collect information about your use and interaction with our Internet Service so that we can continue to improve and expand our Internet Service and our legal services.
Marketing Our marketing cookies allow us to collect information about your interactions with our marketing activities, such as parts of our website and our emails. Those cookies measure how you interact with our marketing communications to determine, among other things, effectiveness of a marketing campaign.
  1. How long will cookies stay on my browsing device?

Our retention periods for cookie information depend on whether the cookie is a “persistent” or “session” cookie. Each category of cookie listed above is either a session cookie or persistent cookie.

We use “persistent cookies” to save information about you for longer periods of time, while “session” cookies are deleted when you close your browser or after a short period of time. Persistent cookies are stored for varied lengths of time depending on the purpose of the cookie collection and tool used. You can delete cookie data as described below.

  1. How to manage cookies via your browser settings

Below we describe how you can manage first-party and third-party cookies on our Services:

  • First-Party Cookies

You can enable, disable, or delete cookies by your browser settings. To do this, follow the instructions provided by your browser, usually located within the “Help”, “Tools” or “Edit” settings of your browser. If you set “disable cookies” on your browser, you may not be able to access secure areas of our Internet Service and parts of our Internet Service may also not work properly (e.g., referral links, preferences, etc.).

Many browser manufacturers provide helpful information about cookie management, including, but not limited to:

If you use a browser other than those listed above, please refer to your specific browser’s documentation or check out http://www.allaboutcookies.org/browsers/index.html to learn more about different browsers. You can also find out more information about how to change your browser cookie settings at www.allaboutcookies.org.

  • Third-Party Cookies

Any cookies placed on your browsing device by a third party can be managed through your browser (as described above) or by checking the third party’s website for more information about cookie management and how to “opt-out” of receiving cookies from them.

  1. How can I opt-out of interest-based advertising cookies?

We do not control interest-based advertising cookies on our Internet Service. If you would like more information about such cookies or to opt out of having your cookie information used by companies that are part of the Network Advertising Initiative, please visit www.networkadvertising.org/choices.

  1. How can I opt-out of analytics and marketing cookies?

As described in this Notice, we use third-party analytics providers to collect information about the effectiveness of our Internet Service and marketing campaigns. Some third-party analytics and marketing cookie service providers allow you to opt-out with them directly. We currently only use Google Analytics. If you would like to opt-out of such cookies, please go to: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout (requires a browser add-on).

  1. How to Contact Us

If you have any questions regarding our Cookie Notice, please contact us using the information below. You may also find our Privacy Notice helpful.

You can contact us via email at karen@orlinlaw.com .

You can contact us by postal mail at Karen J. Orlin P.L., P. O. Box 430620, Miami, FL 33243.