Birchstone Moore LLC is committed to respecting the privacy of visitors to our website. For that purpose, this policy has been adopted to address the collection and use of information from the Birchstone Moore website. In order to maintain effective privacy practices, Birchstone Moore (“we”) retain the right to update this policy without notice.

Information Gathering

We collect two types of information from users: (1) Information provided by the user in order to receive requested information and/or services, and (2) Information passively collected upon a user’s visit to our website.

Passively Collected Information

When a user visits our website, some information such as the visitor’s Internet protocol (IP) address, Internet service provider, operating system, the site from which the visitor arrived, and the time and date of the user’s visit may be collected automatically as part of the software operation of the website. This intake of information is not personally identifiable. If we use this information, it will be solely for internal purposes, such as, to see what part of our website is most frequently visited or how long a user stays on each page, in order to improve the site. Additionally, we may use Google Analytics, a web metrics service, to collect certain information automatically upon a user’s visit. For more information regarding Google Analytics, see Google's privacy policy.

Information Provided by the User

Users may provide us with non-personally and personally identifiable information in order to utilize certain services and retrieve information. Such instances may not be noticeable to the user and include, but are not limited to: filling out and submitting certain online forms.

Should the user choose to provide us with any personal information, we will use such information only to serve you in your legal needs and will disclose it only when such disclosure may be appropriate to comply with applicable law or to protect the rights, property or the safety of visitors to our websites, the staff and partners of Birchstone Moore, or the public. We do not sell, trade, or rent users’ personal information to others.

Distribution of Collected Information

In certain instances, in order to provide information and services, or as required by law, we may disseminate non-personally and personally identifiable information to third party providers to our website. In these instances, the information provided to the third-party is limited to the extent necessary to provide the user-requested information and/or services, or as required by applicable law enforcement agencies.


Birchstone Moore’s website may make use of “cookies,” which are small text files placed on the user’s computer to keep track of information about the user’s browsing on this site. The utilization of cookies allows us to enhance a user’s experience by allowing us to create tailored web applications. A user’s decision to set his or her web browser to accept or disable cookies is a personal choice. However, some of the features on our website may not function properly if cookies are disabled.

Third Party Websites and Content

Our website may contain links to other websites owned by third parties as a convenience to the user. If a user decides to use these links, he or she will leave the Birchstone Moore website. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites, and we do not make any representations or endorsements about them. If a user decides to leave the website and access any third party site, it will be at the user’s own risk, and users should be aware that our policies will no longer govern. Users should review the applicable terms and policies, including privacy and data gathering practices, of any site to which the user navigates away from Birchstone Moore’s website.

The User’s Personal Account

Any user that chooses to use our website is responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of his or her account and password, if any, and for restricting access to his or her computer, and agrees to accept responsibility for all activities that occur under his or her account or password. The user agrees that any billing and registration information provided on the website will be accurate and complete.


Birchstone Moore implements stringent security measures to promote the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of any information in our possession or control. We utilize Secure-Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology for instances where our website requests or provides personal information of the user. The SSL technology’s purpose is to protect users’ information from being viewed by an outside third-party.

Some features on this website may enable credit card transactions in order for users to purchase legal services. Credit card transactions are completely voluntary. Our security measures comply with PCI Data Security Standards (DSS). Additionally, we export the processing of online transactions to PCI DSS certified institutions to further promote effective security. Contact

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