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We only share your personally identifying information with service providers (such as companies who assist us in sending emails, providing surveys, or tracking our communications with people who contact us) and other law firms or vendors with whom we have partnered to litigate or investigate potential cases. These service providers and law firms may have access to personal information needed to perform their functions but are not permitted to sell, share or use such information for any other purposes.
We may also use your personally identifying information for third party services we use for advertising purposes. One of these services is Facebook which enables us to present you with retargeting advertising on other sites based on your previous interaction with us. We do not share the substance of your communications with us with third party services we use for advertising.
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Taus, Cebulash & Landau, LLP cannot guarantee that the information you submit to us will not end up in the hands of third parties, including, without limitation, the company or person against whom you may have a complaint. However, if you submit information to
our website because you are seeking legal representation or legal advice, we will undertake to protect the confidentiality of such information and any applicable legal privilege