Privacy Policy

The Das Law Firm (alternatively, “we, us, our”) has created this statement to demonstrate its commitment to your privacy. This Privacy Policy describes the information we collect about you and what will happen to that information. Questions regarding this statement should be referred to The Das Law Firm at

1) Information About You

  • It is The Das Law Firm’s policy to respect the privacy of its website visitors. When you contact The Das Law Firm through this website, in addition to asking you to describe your legal issue, we request your name, telephone, email address, and possibly other information (collectively, “Personal Information”) in order to properly respond to inquiries.
  • Under no circumstances will The Das Law Firm disclose Personal Information provided by you to any advertiser, vendor, or unaffiliated third-party entity without your express, prior written consent. We will hold your Personal Information in confidence.
  • Please note that if you send correspondence to The Das Law Firm (e.g., email correspondence, letters, facsimiles, etc.), we may collect such correspondence for the purpose of responding to inquiries and record-keeping. Such records allow us to better serve potential or actual clients and may be used as we see fit.
  • Notwithstanding the foregoing, we may be required to produce or disclose your Personal Information in response to a subpoena, court order, or other legal obligation. Your Personal Information, including communications you send through the website, may be accessed by our third-party vendors, who assist us with the website.
  • Please note that by submitting information through our website no attorney-client relationship will be formed without completion of our full engagement process including signing an engagement letter and paying a retainer.

2) Opting-Out of Correspondence from The Das Law Firm

If you would like to opt-out of receiving correspondence from The Das Law Firm , please contact us at with “Unsubscribe” in the subject line of your email.

3) Security

The security of your Personal Information is important to us. While we have implemented internal procedures to protect the confidentiality of your Personal Information, please note that email correspondence sent via the website is not encrypted. As such, we recommend using the website for inquiries only and avoiding the transmission of sensitive, confidential, or privileged information through the website. Any contact made through the website does not constitute an attorney-client relationship, nor does it form one.

4) Server Analytics

On occasion, The Das Law Firm may log information (e.g., Internet Protocol (“IP”) addresses, browser type, etc.) about your visit to our website for the purpose of systems administration, search engine optimization and other marketing and advertising, and server analytics. This information may be reviewed by a third party for the purpose of analyzing demographic information and search engine optimization and other marketing and advertising analysis, and is not logged in connection with your Personal Information.

5) Cookies

Cookies are small pieces of data sent to your browser from the website you are browsing. We may use cookies to better tailor your viewing experience of our website by remembering information, like preferred language and other preferences, about your visit. We may also use cookies for advertising purposes.

6) Deletion Policy

In order to better serve you and respond to your inquiries, we do not allow for visitors to delete information received through the website. As such, there is no option that allows access or deletion of any information received via the website.

7) Links to Other Websites

Our website may contain hyperlinks or references to other websites. Such reference or linking should not be construed as endorsements. We are not responsible for the content, maintenance, or your use of third-party websites. Please note that these third-party websites may utilize their own privacy policies or terms of use/service agreements that differ from ours.

8) Subsequent Changes to this Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy may change at any time. The latest version of the Privacy Policy will be posted on this website, and notice of changes to the policy will be posted on the website. Your continued use of the website after notice of change to the Privacy Policy constitutes acceptances of the change(s).

9) Governing Law

This Privacy Policy agreement will be construed and governed in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas without application of choice-of-law provisions that would require application of the laws of another jurisdiction. By using our website, all parties irrevocably submit themselves to the exclusive venue and personal jurisdiction of the state and federal courts in Dallas County, Texas with regard to any dispute relating to use of this website, this agreement, or its enforcement. The parties also hereby waive any challenges to venue and personal jurisdiction they may have to a lawsuit filed in a state or federal county in Dallas County, Texas, that relates to a dispute between the parties regarding use of the website, this agreement, or its enforcement.

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