Privacy Policy Acadia Law Group Online Privacy Policy

Acadia Law Group has established this Privacy Policy to explain how it protects and manages the personal information that it collects from you (the customer) online.

Consent for Collection, Use, and Disclosure

Your use of the Acadia Law Group site constitutes your consent to the terms of this Privacy Policy. If you do not agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy, please do not use the Acadia Law Group site.

Acadia Law Group may occasionally update this Privacy Policy and will post the changes at this or another specified location.


At the time of your registration, Acadia Law Group collects certain personal information (information that personally identifies you) including but not limited to your name, email address, home or work address, telephone number, and information about your computer hardware and software (e.g., IP address, operating system, browser type, domain name, URL, access times, and referring website addresses).

Acadia Law Group has implemented this Privacy Policy to protect personal information received from its customers and to respond to any inquiries. The Privacy Policy also provides that Acadia Law Group will use appropriate contractual means to establish a comparable level of protection for personal information that is sent for processing by third parties on Acadia Law Group’s behalf.

Third Party Vendors

Google’s advertising network displays Acadia Law Group’s ads on other websites. Google uses cookies to display Acadia Law Group’s ads based on our visitors’ past visits to the Acadia Law Group website. You may opt out of Google’s use of cookies by visiting the Google advertising opt-out page.
Purposes for Collecting Personal Information

Acadia Law Group collects and uses personal information for the following Identified Purposes:

  • To understand customer needs regarding Acadia Law Group services.
  • To communicate with customers and site visitors when necessary.
  • To allow customers to access limited-entry areas of Acadia Law Group site.
  • To personalize some of our services and to deliver targeted advertisements and offers from Acadia Law Group and third parties.
  • To comply with any applicable law, regulation, legal process, or government request.
  • To respond to a legitimate claim or to address our reasonable belief that you are violating the rights of any third party or any of the agreements or policies that govern your use of the Acadia Law Group site or any Acadia Law Group service.
  • To protect the services, products, or rights of S&J, including but not limited to the security or integrity of the Acadia Law Group site.
  • To identify and resolve technical problems concerning Acadia Law Group, products, and services.

If we hire other companies to provide some products or services on our behalf, then we will only provide those companies the personal information they need for the identified purposes. We will limit their rights to use and further disclose your personal information as appropriate in the course of their work for us.

Limiting the Collection of Personal Information

Acadia Law Group limits its collection of personal information to only information that is necessary for the Identified Purposes. Acadia Law Group does not direct its site to collect, nor does it knowingly collect, any personal information from children under the age of thirteen.

When you visit the Acadia Law Group website, a cookie may be placed on your computer or the cookie may be read if you have visited the Acadia Law Group site previously. If you choose to not have your browser accept cookies from the Acadia Law Group website, you may not be able to view all the text on the screens or to experience a personalized visit or to subscribe to certain service and product offerings on the Acadia Law Group site.

Disclosure, Processing, and Retention

Acadia Law Group does not sell, rent, or disclose your personal information to anyone else, except:

  • To someone you have designated to act as your agent for one or more of the identified purposes (listed in Section 2, above).
  • A very limited amount, and in very few cases, to Acadia Law Group’s employees, independent contractors, subsidiaries, affiliates, consultants, business associates, service providers, suppliers, and agents, acting on Acadia Law Group’s behalf for any of the Identified Purposes.
  • As necessary if Acadia Law Group has reason to believe that disclosure is necessary to identify, contact, or bring legal action against someone who may be causing injury to or interference (either intentionally or unintentionally) with Acadia Law Group’s rights or property, other users of Acadia Law Group’s website, products or services, or anyone else that could be harmed by such activities.
  • To respond to judicial process and provide information to law enforcement agencies or in connection with an investigation on matters related to public safety, as permitted by law, or otherwise as required by law.

In addition, as we continue to develop our business, we or our affiliates may sell or buy other businesses or entities, or we may merge with another company. In such transactions, personal information may be one of the transferred business assets. Also, in the event that Acadia Law Group or substantially all of its assets are acquired, your personal information may be one of the transferred assets.

Your information may be stored and processed in the United States or in any other country in which Acadia Law Group or its affiliates, subsidiaries, or agents maintain facilities. By using this website, you consent to any such transfer of information outside of your country.

After your account becomes inactive (i.e., if you request to be removed from our database), Acadia Law Group will keep your personal information in its archives. Your information will then be used only as necessary for tax reasons or to prove Acadia Law Group’s compliance with any applicable law.

Accuracy of Personal Information

Acadia Law Group will use reasonable efforts to keep customer personal information accurate for the Identified Purposes, and for minimizing the possibility of making inappropriate customer decisions based on such information. Customers are responsible for informing Acadia Law Group about changes to their personal information. Acadia Law Group will use new or updated personal information it receives from customers to update its own records.

Security Safeguards

Acadia Law Group will use reasonable efforts to protect customers’ personal information.