This describes how AT Legal acquires, collects, uses, and discloses certain personal information through our website. It is possible to visit and use our site without revealing your identity or any personal information. Sometimes, however, we may ask you for information which personally identifies you; such as your name, company, email address, phone number and address. Subsequently we can communicate with you, respond to enquiries and send you information. If AT Legal sends you marketing material, you can elect to unsubscribe. Until you enter into a Retainer with AT Legal for the provision of our services, any communications with us will not create a lawyer-client relationship. Although information sent to us is confidential and protected from disclosure. Do not send information that you or anyone else considers to be confidential or secret unless AT Legal’s lawyers have agreed to represent you.
We may share personal information or data about you with Anglo-Thai Legal or an associated law company. In certain circumstances we may share information about you with government or regulatory authorities as required to protect the interests of AT Legal, as required by English law or a court order.
AT Legal maintains appropriate technical and organisational security measures to protect the security of your personal information against loss, misuse, unauthorised access or disclosure.
AT Legal’s website may contain links to other sites. However we are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such sites.
A cookie is a part of data that can be sent to your browser. Your browser may store it on your system based on preferences set on your browser. Cookies collect information about your operating system to monitor and evaluate the traffic on our website, not to personally identify you. You can configure your Internet browser regarding cookies. If you refuse or block cookies you may not be able to use AT Legal’s website. If you have any questions about your personal data or information please contact AT Legal’s principle, Mr John Lewis.