Gibbons is committed to honoring its visitors’ right to privacy. We follow the guidelines set forth below as part of our effort to protect the information that you provide us during a visit to our website.

This statement discloses the privacy guidelines for the entire Gibbons website. Gibbons only requests personal information on the Gibbons website in connection with subscribing to our newsletters and requesting additional information about our services.

We use the identifying information you provide only for these specific purposes. The information you provide will be kept confidential and used to provide the requested information to you.

Currently, we do not use “cookies,” although that practice may change in the future. If use of cookies is a concern to you, we recommend that you periodically check this policy statement to see if there has been any change in this policy.

Other websites that you access through our site may collect personally identifiable information about you. The practices of those other websites linked to the Gibbons website are not covered by this policy. Please refer to the policy statements on those websites.

Attorneys have been and continue to be bound by professional standards of confidentiality that are stringent. Therefore, we have always protected your right to privacy.

In the course of providing our clients with certain legal services, we receive significant non-public personal information from our clients. If you are a client of Gibbons P.C. (Gibbons), you should know that all information that we receive from you is held in confidence, and is not released to people outside the firm, except as agreed to by you, or as required under an applicable law or ethical code. Even though the provisions of the Financial Modernization Act would allow Gibbons to share our client’s non-public personal information with a Gibbons subsidiary or other ancillary business entity, the rules of professional conduct prohibit this type of information sharing.

We retain records relating to professional services that we provide so that we are better able to assist our clients with their professional needs and, in some cases, to comply with professional guidelines. In order to guard our client’s nonpublic personal information, we maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with our professional standards.


The information contained in the Gibbons website is intended to supply general information to the public. It is not intended to constitute legal advice on any subject matter. The website is not intended to be advertising or solicitation. The information provided on the website is general and does not constitute a legal opinion on any specific facts or circumstances.

Gibbons attempts to ensure the accuracy of the information as it is posted, but cannot guarantee that all of the information is accurate. Gibbons disclaims responsibility for the content of any other site accessed through links on this website.

Should you require legal advice, you should seek the assistance of counsel.

If you communicate with us by e-mail and you are not a present client, your correspondence will not be considered privileged or confidential. If you communicate with us by e-mail in connection with a matter for which we already represent you, you should note that the security of internet e-mail is uncertain. By sending sensitive or confidential e-mail messages which are not encrypted you accept the risks of such uncertainty and possible lack of confidentiality over the internet.