Counsel to Creativity LLC (“C2C”) collects the e-mail addresses of those who (1) post comments to the Counsel to Creativity’s blog, (2) communicate with Counsel to Creativity via email, telephone or this site’s contact form; (3) register to receive the Business Law Mind Map, the Trademark Crash Course, the Creative Power of Law Audio Class, or the Hidden Legal Issues Audio Class; and/or (4) purchase products from Counsel to Creativity LLC or services from Prien Creative Law Group LLC. Those whose email addresses are collected will receive C2C’s newsletter and special offers regarding products or services as frequently as once a week. You may remove your email address from future newsletters and email offerings by clicking on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of each electronic notice sent.
Counsel to Creativity will never publish your email address or sell, produce, transfer, or disclose your email address to a third party, unless it is required to do so by a court or otherwise by law. If it is required by law to disclose your email address, no notice will be given, but all efforts will be made to keep such information confidential and restricted to the matter for which it is required to disclose it.
Counsel to Creativity’s web server does not automatically recognize or collect any information regarding visitors to this site. For analytical purposes, Counsel to Creativity collects and stores aggregate information regarding which pages visitors have accessed. This is the only way that a visitor’s IP address is used, and Counsel to Creativity is not provided the identity of specific IP addresses. All the aggregate information collected is used to improve the content and performance of this site.
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If you believe that this site is not following its stated information policy, you may contact Counsel to Creativity at firstname.lastname@example.org or 626 Dekalb Ave SE, Suite 1104, Atlanta, GA 30312.
This policy and this site are governed by the laws of the state of Georgia.
This policy was last updated on March 13, 2014.