Our website, camdenlaw.com (the “Site”) is owned and operated by Camden Law LLP. This privacy policy describes how we collect and use information from the users of this Site.

What information do we collect?

We collect information about our users, 1) directly from the user, 2) from our web server logs and 3) through cookies. We use the information primarily to enhance your internet experience while you are using our Site. We don’t share any of the information you provide with others, unless we say so in this Privacy Policy, or when we reasonably believe that the law requires it.

Information you provide

If you fill out the contact form on the Site, we will ask you to provide some personal information, such as your email address. Please do not submit any “Non-public Personal Information (NPI)” when you complete the contact form or otherwise email us. NPI is any data or information containing a person’s name coupled with any of the following: 1) social security number, 2) driver’s license number, 3) state issued ID number, 4) credit card number, 5) debit card number, or 6) financial account number. If you submit NPI, you do so at your own risk and we will not be liable to you or responsible for any consequences that result. Information that you provide to us through the contact form will be used so we may respond to your inquiry.

Information tracked by web server logs

When you visit the Site, we may track information about your visit and store that information in web server logs, which are records of activities on the Site. The servers automatically capture and save the information electronically. This information typically includes your IP address, the identity of your Internet Service Provider, the name and version of your operating system, the name and version of your browser, the date and time of your visit, and the pages you visit.

Cookies and other web technologies

In order to offer and provide a customized and personal service, our Site and applications may use cookies to store and help track information about you. Cookies are small pieces of data that are sent to your browser from a web server and stored on your computer’s hard drive. We use cookies to help remind us who you are and to help you navigate the Site. The use of cookies is relatively standard and most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies. However, most browsers will tell you how to stop accepting cookies, how to be notified when you receive a new cookie, and how to disable existing cookies. You should be aware, however, that without cookies you may not be able to take full advantage of all of the Site’s features.

How do we use the information we collect?

We will not sell, rent or lease your information to others, and we will not make your personal information available to others, except that we may share your information with our trusted third party service providers to help us manage and operate the Site, such as performing statistical analysis. Although these third parties may not be affiliated with us, they are required to maintain the confidentiality of your information and are not authorized to discuss, disclose or make any use of your personal information except as necessary to provide such services. Under unusual circumstances, we and our affiliates may disclose your information if required by law or in a matter of public safety, or if we reasonably believe it is necessary to investigate misuse of the Site, or to protect the rights, property and interests of Camden Law LLP or our affiliates.

If you have any questions or concerns about this Privacy Policy, please contact us at:

Camden Law LLP
Attorneys at Law
20 Mechanic Street
Camden, ME 04843
Tel: 207-236-8836
Fax: 207-236-8848

Or use the contact form on our Contact page.

Email Policy

Email is not private in spite of the best efforts of many users and internet service providers. While our files and notes of conversations are privileged and protected by the attorney client privilege, your computer is not. In addition, email of documents is not reliable; frequently attachments are removed or altered during a message’s journey.

Email is a fast, efficient way to exchange certain types of information. The speed with which communications can be exchanged by email has altered people’s expectations about when they should receive a response. We will not prejudice your case, and consequently our reputation, just to get a quick answer to a client by email.

In addition, the abrupt and curtailed nature of emailed correspondence often leads to miscommunication and hard feelings; the nuance of personal conversation is sometimes necessary to communicate completely.

As a result, we have a few ground rules about email:

  • You may use it to communicate short discreet pieces of information such as confirming appointments or court dates.
  • Do not use it for any substantive or private aspects of your case.
  • Do not expect a prompt response, email is usually checked in the morning and at the end of the day. The rest of the day is devoted to court appearances, client meetings or active work on files.
  • Do not expect a response after business hours.
  • Do not expect a response on weekends or holidays.

Obviously, if there is an emergency you should call the office. If the emergency happens during non-business hours feel free to try emailing but remember, just because you sent it does not mean that we received it. Your emails should always be followed up by some personal contact.