Your privacy is important to ASK IP LAW. Please read below for more details.
Non-Personally Identifiable Information
As you navigate ASK IP LAW’s website (“Site”), ASK IP LAW may collect information about you, including your IP address, geographic location, the type of web browser and operating system you use, and which pages you are visiting on the Site. ASK IP LAW may collect and track such information to help ASK IP LAW understand the interests of its visitors and for marketing purposes.
Personally Identifiable Information
If you complete the Trademark Application Screening Form (“Form”), you will be providing personal information, including, but not limited to, your name, address, email, and phone number. This Form is optional. It is intended to provide visitors a quick and easy way to input information regarding a desired trademark application. The Form also helps ASK IP LAW gather key details regarding your desired trademark. Completing the Form does not create an attorney-client relationship. You are welcome to call or email ASK IP LAW instead.
Any information you provide on the Form will be kept confidential. It will only be made public by way of a trademark application filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) with your express written consent.
By visiting the Site, you agree that ASK IP LAW may aggregate the information collected about you for its own analysis and/or marketing purposes. ASK IP LAW may disclose aggregate information about you that does not personally identify you to third parties in connection with such analysis and/or marketing. Information that personally identifies you will never be sold. As mentioned above, personally identifiable information will only be shared with a third-party, such as the USPTO or WIPO, with your express written consent. By using the Site, you expressly consent to the collection, tracking, and use of the information as described above.
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ASK IP LAW may disclose your information only if needed to: (1) comply with applicable laws; (2) respond to governmental inquiries; (3) comply with valid legal process; or (4) protect ASK IP LAW’s rights or property.
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