Privacy Policy

1. REMEDIUM LEGIS LLP owns and operates this site (www.remediumlegisllp.com). Remedium Legis is committed in protecting your privacy for the limited data it receives through a few options made available on the website. This Privacy Notice together with our website terms and condition and any other documents referred to in it, sets out the types of personal information we collect, how we collect and process that information.

2. Remedium Legis do not collect any personal data or information while a user is browsing through the website. Currently, all the pages of the website contain static pages and have been developed only to present information about the firm to its users/visitors without any objective of extracting, collecting, using, processing any data pertaining to the users/visitors that come over to the website. Even if certain data(s) do get collected by the website inadvertently, Remedium Legis and its affiliates have no intent of using/storing said data for any purpose whatsoever.

3. Contact Us Page given on this website, Remedium Legis allows users/visitors to post their queries which may pertain to a legal problem/issue concern of the client and hence confidential. Users may also submit their contact details such as Name, Phone Number, and Email Address, among other details, all of which are stored in the Database that is coupled with the backend of the website. It is made clear that Remedium Legis uses this data only and solely to get in touch with the user and understand the legal concerns they are facing and helping to advice on the same. Said details may also be received if the users send email to Remedium Legis and its employees/members, and the same approach is performed there as well. We therefore do not collect any received data for any other purpose that to get in touch with the user and advising on their legal issues based on service terms and condition of Remedium Legis, and as a result the received data is not shared with any third party unless the respective user/data principal explicitly asks us to share such data.

4. Remedium Legis reserves the right to update and change this Notice from time to time in order to reflect any changes to the way in which we process your personal data or changing legal requirements. Any changes we may make to our Notice in the future will be posted on this page and, where appropriate, may be notified to you by email. Please check back frequently to see any updates or changes to our Notice