North Law Publishers, Inc. (NLP) is committed to protecting the privacy of its customers
as detailed in the following Privacy Statement.
NLP may collect personally identifiable information such as name, postal address,
telephone number, fax number, e-mail address, firm or institution affiliation, bank
credit card type, credit card number through various activities of NLP. This personal
information is collected and used by NLP staff for the purpose of facilitating a
relationship or business transaction instituted by customer.
The NLP website resides behind a firewall and uses SSL (Secure Sockets Layer, the
industry-standard security protocol used to communicate with browsers) to transmit
personal information. Data is strongly encrypted during transmission to ensure that
personal and payment information is secure. Industry-standard data encryption techniques
are used to protect personal information on NLP computers. SSL-capable browsers
typically have a symbol on the browser window to indicate when they are in a secure
mode. In addition, the URL will begin with "https:" for all browsers.
NLP does not sell or rent e-mail addresses to other entities. NLP may generate e-mail
for the following types of communication:
- Transactional e-mail, which is the result of a business transaction between customer
- Relationship e-mail, which is sent as an informational service because of a relationship
- Commercial e-mail, which is sent to promote an NLP product or service (You may opt
not to receive this type of e-mail).
- Correspondence from NLP staff as a result of a communication initiated by a customer.
E-mail that has a provision for opt-out will include instructions on how to do so.
All inquiries regarding subscription-based e-mails should be directed to NLP Inquiries
Postal mailing lists and e-mail lists will not be sold or given to any other person
NLP uses third-party agents for several business purposes, including credit card
validation. These agents are permitted to use your personal information only to
provide NLP with a specific service and not for any other purpose. Please contact
NLP at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you believe this policy has been violated.
NLP makes every effort to preserve your privacy, but we may need to disclose personal
information when required by law. NLP may also disclose personal information if
it believes in good faith that such action is necessary.
Non-personal information is collected behind the scenes by NLP web server and is
used to compile general website usage statistics or facilitate access to restricted
website services. Such information includes:
* IP address of computer
* Browser-related information
* Locations visited on the website
* HTTP cookies
IP address is used to verify visitors to our website to assist in order fulfillment
and for our own marketing purposes. It also aids in the general administration of
the website to see how we can better serve our customers.
A HTTP Cookie is a piece of data that is stored by your browser in either your computer's
session identity on the website, such as tracking items in a shopping cart. Cookies
are also used to track the effectiveness of various services provided on the NLP website.
Browsers generally allow you to disable cookies or delete cookies after a web session.
Services on NLP website that require a login to an NLP web account may require that
cookies are enabled.
website may contain links to other sites, however, and NLP is not responsible for
the privacy practices or content of those external sites.
How can you update your personal Information?
You can make changes to personal information in several ways:
* Contact NLP Customer Services (see contact information below).
You can contact NLP Customer Services in several ways:
* By e-mail: email@example.com
* By postal service at:
North Law Publishers, Inc.
148 East 78th Street
New York, NY 10021
* By telephone: 1-718-766-8807
* By fax: 1-212-396-4152
NLP Privacy Statement is subject to change and was last modified on October 18,