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Effective Date: May 25, 2018
Squire Patton Boggs respects your privacy and protects the data that we collect and process about people who visit our website as well as our clients, business contacts, partners and employees. We are a global business and endeavor to comply with all applicable data protection rules. The notices and policies listed below describe the kinds of information we may collect about you and explain how we use and protect your data.
Here is a roadmap to our privacy notices and policies:
Our Global Website Privacy Notice generally covers all visitors to our website, subject to the provisions of our EU, Australia or California Notices where applicable.
Our EU Privacy Notice addresses the way we collect and process personal data that is subject to the General Data Protection Regulation. It applies to our EU website visitors as well as our clients and business contacts (including business partners, suppliers, and the like).
Our DIFC Privacy Notice addresses how we collect and process personal data that is subject to the Dubia International Financial Centre (DIFC) Data Protection Law No. 5 of 2020. It applies to our website visitors in the DIFC as well as our clients and business contacts (including business partners, suppliers and the like).
Our Cookie Notice provides information on the cookies we apply, including how you can manage your cookie preferences.
Our EU Recruitment Privacy Notice describes the ways in which we process and protect the personal data of prospective partners and employees (collectively, “Applicants”) who submit applications for consideration and processing by any of our European Union (“EU”) offices or affiliated legal entities (“our EU Offices”).
Our Notice at Collection for California Applicants describes how we collect the personal information of California residents who submit applications for employment or partnership for consideration by any of our US offices, in accordance with the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“the CCPA”),
How to Contact Us
If you would like to ask us any questions about how we process and protect your data, please use the contact details contained in the applicable policy or notice.