Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy sets forth the online data collection and usage policies and practices that apply to this web site.
By registering or using this site, you explicitly accept, without limitation or qualification, the collection, use and transfer of the personal information provided by you in the manner described in this Statement. Please read this Statement carefully as it affects your rights and liabilities under the law. If you disagree with the way we collect and process personal information, please do not use this website.

Scope of this Policy
This policy applies to this website and governs how information relating to you will be used and grants various rights with respect to your personal data. The scope of this policy also describes the type of information we collect; how we use that information and to whom we can provide that information. You may inform us not to use personal data by following the instructions provided herein. You may be located in a country outside of the United States where the Scott Practice, LLC is located. As such, the laws in your country may be more restrictive about the collection and use of your personal information. However, by using our site, you agree to waive the more restrictive laws and agree to be governed by the laws of the United States.
This Site may also post links to other websites over which we have no control. As such, we are not responsible for the privacy policies or practices of other web sites when you choose to link from this site. It shall be the responsibility of the website user to review the privacy policies to determine if it conforms to the user’s acceptance of data collection, data sharing and data use.

Information We Collect and Retain
We collect the following general types of information about you when you visit and use our website: personal information, demographic information, behavioral information, and indirect information. Sometimes we collect combinations of these types of information.
Personal information – we define personal information as information that identify you, or any other individual to whom the information may relate, personally. We do not collect personal information unless you choose to provide it to us. Some examples of personal information that we collect in some areas of our website, depending on the services you use and local law, are:
• First and Last Name
• Physical Address
• Email address
• Telephone number

Behavioral information –is information that demonstrates website use including but not limited to, the areas of our site that you visit, the type of services you access, and information about your computer hardware and software including your IP address, geographic location, browser preference, operating system type, domain names, and other website you have been referred to us through. We may use this information to analyze the use of this website, to troubleshoot problems, and to improve our services.

Web Technology information – is information we automatically collect from you when you open one of our emails or visit our site. This includes information collected from the use of cookies, web beacons or java script.

No Information Collected from Children – The Scott Practice, LLC does not knowingly collect personal Information about children. If The Scott Practice obtains actual knowledge that it has collected Personal Information about a child under the age of 13, that information will be immediately deleted from its database.

Use of Cookies, Web Beacons, and Java Script
Cookies: “Cookies” are a feature in your browser software. If enabled, we may write cookies that may store small amounts of data on your computer about your visit to any of the pages of this Site. Cookies assist us in tracking which of our features appeal the most to you and what content you may have viewed on past visits. When you visit this site again, cookies can enable us to customize our content according to your preferences. We may use cookies to: keep track of the number of return visits to this site; accumulate and report aggregate, statistical information on website usage; deliver specific content to you based on your interests or past viewing history. You can disable cookies, although the website may not function properly for you. Your browser preferences can be modified to accept or reject all cookies, or request a notification when a cookie is set. You may read more about cookies at

Removing Cookies: You have the ability to accept, decline or move cookies at any time by modifying your browser settings. Please see
Web Beacons: We also may use electronic images known as Web beacons (sometimes called single-pixel gifs, clear gifs or action tags) that allow us to collect certain information about your visit to this website (including the number of users who have visited those pages), measure and improve the effectiveness of our site. Web beacons are not used to access your personally identifiable information; they are a technique used to compile aggregated statistics about website usage. Web beacons collect only a limited set of information including a cookie number, time and date of page view and a description of the page on which the Web beacon resides. This information may be shared with one or more of the vendors assisting us in building and running this site so that they can understand the kinds of visitors to the web pages, how those visitors use those web pages, and the effectiveness of the website.

Disabling Web Beacons. Because Web beacons are the same as any other content request, you cannot opt out or refuse them. However, they can be rendered ineffective by either opting out of cookies or changing the cookie setup in your browser.

IP Addresses: We automatically track certain information based upon your behavior on the site. We may use this information to do internal research on our users’ demographics, interests, and behavior to better understand, protect and serve you. This information may include the URL that you just came from (whether this URL is on the site or not), which URL you next go to (whether this URL is on the site or not), your computer browser information, and your IP address. Your Internet Protocol (“IP”) is a unique Internet “address” which is assigned to you by your Internet Service Provider (“ISP”). For local area network (“LAN”), DSL, or cable modem users, an IP address may be permanently assigned to a particular computer. IP addresses are automatically logged by Web servers, collecting information about a user’s traffic patterns. While the IP address does not identify an individual by name, it may, with the cooperation of the ISP, be used to locate and identify an individual using the Web. Your IP address can, however, reveal what geographic area you are connecting from, or which ISP you are using. Finally, other websites you visit have IP addresses, and we may collect the IP addresses of those websites and their pages.

How We Use the Information Collected
Providing Services: We use the information we gather on the website for the purposes of providing legal services.
Improving our Website: We use the information we gather on the website to respond to any inquires you make; operate and improve our website, improve and to improve create our users website experience.

Disclosure of Information to Others
We do not disclose any personal information about you to third parties for commercial use. We do disclose non-personal identifiable information to our vendors who are assisting us with statistical data so we may better understand how to improve our legal services.

Use of Your Information for Email
Email and Unsubscribe Policy: We may from time to time update you with firm events and news by e-mail. If email recipients wish to not receive e-mails from us, the recipient can send an email message to to be taken off our e-mail list.

Currently, we use Secure Socket Layer Software (“SSL”) to protect data and to secure transactions. SSL encrypts information, including credit card numbers, names and addresses as they are transmitted over the Internet. Please be advised that, although we use this reasonable technological to protect your data, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. Therefore, we cannot and do not warrant that your information will be absolutely secure. Any transmission of data at or through this site is at your own risk.

Changes to Privacy Statement
We reserve the right to make material changes to the substance of this Privacy Statement.