This privacy policy describes the information Tax Whistleblower Law Firm, (“Firm”) collects on its website and how the Firm uses that information. The policy is effective as of 2015.  The Firm reserves the right to change this statement at any time. To keep current with the Firm’s privacy practices, please review it regularly. By using the Firm’s site, you are deemed to have accepted the terms of this statement.


Attorneys, like all providers of professional services, are now required by law to inform their clients of their policies regarding privacy of client information. Attorneys have been and continue to be bound by professional standards of confidentiality that are even more stringent than those required by law. Therefore, the Firm has always protected your right to privacy.

The Firm retains records relating to professional services that the Firm provides so that the Firm is better able to assist you with your professional needs and, in some cases, to comply with professional guidelines.  In order to guard your nonpublic personal information, the Firm maintains physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with the Firm’s professional standards.


"Personally identifiable information" is information that tells the Firm who you are, such as your name, your postal address and your e-mail address. Personally identifiable information does not include aggregate information that, by itself, does not allow for the identification of an individual person. The Firm collects personally identifiable information only if you voluntarily choose to provide it to the Firm. You do not have to provide personally identifiable information to access most areas of the Firm’s website. However, certain areas of the Firm’s website may require you to submit personally identifiable information in order to access such areas.


"Technical Information" is information automatically collected by our webserver (which may be hosted by a third party), such as the identity of your Internet service provider, the type of browser you use and your computer's IP address.  An IP address is a number assigned to your computer when you connect to the Internet.  Each time you visit our website, our webserver automatically recognizes (where possible) and collects this information.  Technical Information also includes "cookies."  See below for the Firm’s Cookie Policy.


The Firm uses personally identifiable information for the purposes for which it was collected.  In addition to using personally identifiable information for the purposes for which it was collected, the Firm may also use personally identifiable information to send you publications, invitations and other marketing materials that may be of interest to you.

The Firm uses technical information for internal purposes, such as to administer the website, improve the website and help the Firm understand how visitors use the Web site.


For current and former clients, the Firm does not disclose any nonpublic personal information obtained in the course of our practice except as required or permitted by law or authorized by you.  Permitted disclosures include, providing information to our employees and, in limited situations, to unrelated third parties who need to know that information to assist us in providing services to you. In all such situations, the Firm stresses the confidential nature of information being shared.

Without limiting the foregoing, the Firm may disclose personally identifiable information when the Firm has reason to believe that disclosing such information is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may be causing injury to, or interference with (either intentionally or unintentionally), the Firm’s rights or property, other users of the Firm’s website or anyone else who could be harmed by such activities


A "cookie" is a small text file generated by a Website’s server and placed on a user’s hard drive. Cookies enable the site and your browser to interact in such a way that the site is able to present you with the most appropriate options and to customize services to your interests, based on your previous use of the website. For example, a cookie can be used to store registration information in an area of the site so that you do not need to re-enter it on subsequent visits to that area.

Because the early uses of cookies to track users’ navigational habits were not disclosed to users, their use has raised significant privacy concerns. However, most Web sites now use cookies to improve your navigational experiences. The Tax Whistleblower Law Firm website does not currently use cookies; however, the Firm may decide to use them in the future.

Your browser is probably set to accept cookies; however, if you are concerned about cookies, most browsers now recognize when a cookie is offered, and permit you to opt-out of receiving it. The "help" function on most browsers will have information on how to prevent your computer from accepting cookies, how to find out if you have received a cookie, and how to disable them completely, if this is what you want to do. If you choose to have your browser refuse cookies, it is possible that some areas of websites that use cookies will not function properly when you view them


Unfortunately, information transmitted on the Internet and/or stored on systems attached to the Internet is not 100% secure. As a result, the Firm does not ensure, warrant or guarantee the security or integrity of any information transmitted to the Firm over the Internet or stored on the Firm’s systems. Accordingly, please do not disclose any private or confidential information to the Firm via this website.


This Privacy Policy does not apply to, and the Firm is not responsible for, the privacy practices of any third-party websites to which this website may link.  Please familiarize yourself with the privacy policies of any third-party websites you visit, as they will govern any information collected by those websites.