Privacy Policy

As the operator of its website, Paxton-Hall Lawyers need to obtain and retain information about those who are using its website. We recognise the importance, however, of protecting that information. We know you may be concerned about what we do with that information. You have our assurance that we will not disclose the information, and will use reasonable endeavours to prevent the disclosure of the information, except to the extent it is:

  • indicated at the time of supply of the information to us
  • expressly permitted under any agreement with you
  • required for performance by us of services for you
  • required for the ordinary operation of our website or our business (e.g. to send you information about our services)
  • required under compulsion of law or provided in cooperation with any governmental authority
  • where it is already publicly available or is disclosed by Paxton-Hall Lawyers in a manner that does not readily permit identification of information relating to you.
  • Subject to the above overriding prohibition on disclosure, Paxton-Hall Lawyers may use the information as it sees fit for the purposes of its business.

Our website does not use cookies. When you visit it, however, information may be recorded for statistical purposes regarding your server address, domain name, date and time of visit, previous site visited and browser type.

This website privacy policy is subject to amendment at any time. Any amendment will be made on a prospective basis, i.e. all information received or retained before the time of any amendment will remain subject to the policy applicable before the amendment. This website privacy policy is separate from our policy regarding personal information and does not override any rights you have under that Act.