Privacy Policy

Table of Contents

  • Overview
  • What Information We Collect and How We Use It
  • How We Collect Information
  • Sharing and Disclosing Information
  • How We Protect Your Information
  • Links to Other Sites
  • Policy Regarding Children Under 13


This Privacy Policy (“Policy”) describes how Empirical Justice LLC (“Empirical Justice”) handles and protects personal data of individuals who may be customers, contractors, website visitors, or others inside and outside the firm, including what information we collect, why, and what we do with it.
This Policy applies to all Empirical Justice websites, social media sites, and mobile apps, as well as electronic communications such as email messages we send you (“Sites and Communications”). Please read this Policy in its entirety before using or submitting information to us through this website or any online resource. By using our Sites and Communications, you are agreeing to the terms of this Policy, and any information you submit to Empirical Justice through these Sites and Communications will be collected, processed, used, and disclosed in accordance with these terms.

The policies and disclosures contained in this Policy may change over time, so please check this webpage periodically for changes. If we make any changes, we will revise the “last revised” date at the bottom of this webpage. If you have additional questions about Empirical Justice’s data collection practices after reading this notice, please contact us

What Information We Collect and How We Use It

Personal Information

We collect personal information that you voluntarily provide when you visit and/or participate in our Sites and Communications. For example, we collect information about you when you:

  • contact us with questions;
  • subscribe to receive communications; or
  • register for an event.

This information may include your name, contact information, email address, and employment information, and other information you submit through our Sites and Communications. In order to serve you, we may use the information you provide to send you information you have requested and other information in which we believe you may be interested, to respond to your inquiry, to invite you to events, to process your request for employment, to improve our website, to verify your relationship with Empirical Justice, and to take other actions that may be necessary to respond to your request.

We use personal information to understand the effectiveness of our emails or other communications, such as legal publications, that we send you. We collect and process personal information about you in relation to events or seminars organized by Empirical Justice or its business partners, and we may share your information with third-party service providers involved in organizing or hosting the relevant event, such as information technology.

If you would like to update, review, or correct your personal information we collect, or to opt-out of receiving marketing or other information from Empirical Justice, please contact us at You may also opt-out from marketing emails by following the unsubscribe instructions in the email you receive.

How We Collect Information 

As stated above, most of the information we collect is provided by you. In addition, to collect basic information we use the following technologies:


Like many websites, ours uses cookies to remember your preferences and generally help to improve your online experience, as well as to provide us with information to check the usefulness of our websites and help us improve them. Cookies may be placed on your computer and/or mobile device by both us and by third parties with whom we have a relationship, such as web analytics services. You may refuse cookies by activating the setting on your browser.

However, if you select this setting, you may not have the same user experience. Among other cookies, we use Google Analytics. You can learn more about how those cookies work by visiting “How Google Uses Data When You Use Our Partners’ Sites or Apps,” located at To learn more about how to manage cookies, visit (please note that this website is not connected to us and we are not responsible for its content).

Do Not Track Signals

We currently do not change our tracking processes in response to Do Not Track settings in your web browser. You may, however, disable certain tracking as discussed above (e.g., by disabling cookies). For more information about Do Not Track signals, visit (this website is not connected to us and we are not responsible for its content).

Sharing and Disclosing Information

There may be times when we are required by law to collect information about you. Empirical Justice does not sell (as the term is commonly understood), rent, lease, share, or otherwise disclose the information we collect through our Sites and Communications, except where we are required to share your information with any third parties who provide services on our behalf, such as monitoring and maintaining the website, preparing electronic alerts or mailings, or hosting webinars; to comply with applicable laws or legal processes (e.g., subpoenas); or to otherwise protect the rights or property of Empirical Justice.

How We Protect Your Information

Although Empirical Justice cannot guarantee that the information you provide to us will be 100% secure, the security and confidentiality of your information is important to us. We limit access to your personal information, and we restrict any use or disclosure of personal information to authorized individuals, processes, or transactions. Empirical Justice also uses a variety of security measures to protect your personal information from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure, when your information is transmitted over the internet.

Links to Other Sites

Our Sites and Communications contain links to other sites whose information practices may be different than ours. We recommend that you read the privacy policies of those sites as we have no control over information that is submitted to, or collected by, these third parties.

Policy Regarding Children Under 13

Empirical Justice and its Sites and Communications are not directed at children under the age of 13. Empirical Justice does not knowingly collect personal information from any child under the age of 13 without parental consent. If we become aware that such data has been collected, wewill delete it.