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Statement in Compliance with Texas Rules of Professional Conduct:
Unless otherwise indicated in an individual attorney’s biography, a lawyer resident in one of our offices is not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
The attorney responsible for this web site is Douglas C. Boggs, resident in our Washington DC office.
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We use "cookies" (small text files that are stored on a user’s computer) to collect and store only the following non-personally identifying information about our Web site visitors: the domain name or the Internet address or the Web site from which you accessed our Web site, the date, and time of your visit. We use this information to measure the number of visitors to the site and to specific pages of it, all as part of our effort to improve the site for our visitors.
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Upon receipt, your information is transferred from our Web site to a secure server for processing and storage. This server, which is located behind our firewall, is not accessible via the Internet.
Patton Boggs collects this credit card information to make it easier for you to register for our seminars and events online. Patton Boggs does not use or share credit card information for any other purpose. We retain on file such information as is needed for standard accounting record keeping requirements.
If you prefer not to send your credit card information through our Web site, you can still register for any of the events listed on our Events Calendar by printing out the form and following the mailing instructions for each event.
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Sharing Information With Third-Parties
Patton Boggs does not share, rent, or sell any information about visitors to our Web site to any third parties.
External Links/Third-party Sites
Our Web site contains links to external Web sites that do not fall under the Patton Boggs domain. Patton Boggs is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of these sites.
Please be aware that other Web sites that can be accessed through our site may collect personal information about you. You are solely responsible for maintaining the secrecy of your passwords or any other personal information. While we are committed to protecting your privacy while you visit our Web site, Patton Boggs does not ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us or via our site to another one.