Privacy Policy2018-05-21T11:08:08+00:00

Privacy Policy

Thank you for visiting the website of Farber Blicht Eyerman & Herzog LLP (“The Firm”), located at www.fbehcpa.com (the “Site”). This Privacy Policy addresses The Firm’s practices regarding information collected from visitors of the Site and only addresses information collected directly through or from the Site – it does not address or govern any information gathering, use, or dissemination practices related to information collected from the visitor (sometimes referred to as a “visitor,” “you” or “your”) other than directly through or from the Site, such as from telephone, facsimile, postal mail, personal delivery, or other or additional offline means or media. The Firm can be contacted at info@fbehcpa.com or by telephone at (516) 576 7040. This Privacy Policy is incorporated into the Firm’s Terms of Use  (click to view) by reference, as if set forth fully therein, which must be reviewed and accepted by you. The Site is not intended for children under the age of 18. It does not knowingly collect personal information online from visitors in this age group.

1. Collection of Personal Information from Site Visitors. Except as specifically set forth herein, The Firm may collect (a) the e-mail addresses of users that communicate with The Firm via e-mail; (b) information knowingly provided by the user in online informational sections, registration, or membership forms; and (c) information gathered through the analysis of cookies, or any other methods of internet browsing analysis, such as Google Analytics. Specifically, and in order to register for certain services of the Site, you may be required to provide additional personal information about you and your company, such as your name, address and other relevant personal information. If you do not wish to provide such information to the Site, you will be unable to register and/or to obtain products or services from the Site. When a visitor performs a search within the Site, The Firm may record information identifying the visitor or linking the visitor to the search performed and recording information related to the search request. The use of cookies is a standard practice among Internet websites. Cookies are simple text files stored on your web browser to provide a means of distinguishing among users of this Site. To better serve you, The Firm may use session cookies to enhance or customize your visit to this Site. Session cookies can be created automatically on the device you use to access this Site. These session cookies do not contain personal information and do not compromise your privacy or security. The Firm may use the cookie feature to store a randomly generated identifying tag on the device you use to access this Site. A session cookie is erased during operation of your browser or when your browser is closed. The software and hardware you use to access the website allows you to refuse new cookies or delete existing cookies. Refusing or deleting these cookies may limit your ability to take advantage of some features of this Site.

2. Use of Personal Information Collected. The Firm may use personal information collected by The Firm for limited purposes, including recordkeeping, editorial and feedback purposes, content improvement, or to customize the content and layout of the Site. Individually identifying information, such as names, postal and e-mail addresses, phone numbers, and other personal information, which visitors voluntarily provide to The Firm, may be added to The Firm’s databases and used for future contact regarding Site updates and new services. From time to time, The Firm may need to contact you for registration-related activities. You agree that The Firm may use your personal information for such membership-related contact with you. The Firm may also desire to contact you for market research purposes or to provide you with marketing information The Firm believes would be of particular interest. You will have the option of not being contacted by The Firm and opting-out of such contacts by setting the appropriate option in your profile.

3. Disclosure of Personal Information to Third Parties. Except as specifically set forth herein, any personal information that you provide to The Firm on the Site will not be disclosed to other third-party entities. Identifiable and non-identifiable user information and data may be disclosed or distributed to another party with which The Firm enters or reasonably may enter into a corporate transaction, such as, for example, a merger, consolidation, acquisition, or asset purchase, or to a third party pursuant to a subpoena, court order, or other form of legal process, in response to a request by or on behalf of any local, state, federal, or other government agency, department, or body, whether or not pursuant to a subpoena, court order, or other form of legal process, or if determined by The Firm in its sole judgment that such disclosure or distribution is appropriate to protect the life, health, or property of The Firm or any other person or entity. Please be advised that the confidentiality of any communication or material transmitted to The Firm via the Site or Internet electronic mail cannot be guaranteed, including, for example, personal information such as your address or name.

4. Security Measures and Communicating with The Firm. The Firm has implemented physical, electronic and procedural security features that are designed to prevent the unauthorized release of or access to personal information. Despite The Firm’s efforts to protect your personal information, the confidentiality of any communication or material transmitted to or from The Firm via this Site or via e-mail cannot be and is not guaranteed. You acknowledge that the technical processing and transmission of the Site content may be transferred unencrypted and involve (a) transmissions over various networks and (b) changes to conform and adapt to technical requirements of connecting networks or devices. Accordingly, The Firm is not responsible for the security of information transmitted via the Internet. Instead of communicating with The Firm via e-mail or the Internet, visitors can contact The Firm by regular mail at 1000 Woodbury Road, Suite 206, NY, 11797, or by phone at (516) 576 7040.

5. Access to and Ability to Correct Personal Information; Opt-Out Right. Upon your request via postal mail, e-mail, or telephone, The Firm will provide you with a summary of any personal information retained by The Firm that has been voluntarily provided by you to The Firm through online forms, registration forms, surveys, e-mail, or another online avenue. You may modify, correct, change or update your personal information by contacting The Firm via postal mail, e-mail, or telephone at the addresses or numbers above. Except as necessary to obtain the services or information requested, You may opt out of having your personal information, which has been voluntarily provided to The Firm through online forms, membership or registration forms, e-mail, or another online avenues, prospectively retained by The Firm or used by The Firm for secondary purposes, by contacting The Firm via postal mail, e-mail, or telephone at the addresses set out above. This provision does not apply to collection of the type of Web browser of the visitor to the Site or to information provided or collected that does not meet the description in this Section 5.

6. Right to Change Privacy Policy. The Firm may change this Privacy Policy at any time. Notice of any new or revised Privacy Policy, as well as the location of the new or revised policy, will be posted on the Site for at least twenty (20) days after the change. It is the obligation of visitors returning to the Site to learn of changes to the Privacy Policy since their last visit. Any change to this Privacy Policy shall be effective as to any visitor who has visited the Site before the change was made.