“Users” – Individuals accessing OmnesLaw’s website.
Although users are not required to provide any information in order to use the Omneslaw website, OmnesLaw does collect personally identifiable information and non-personally identifiable information from users in certain circumstances.
Personally identifiable information: This consists of information that can be used on its own, or with other information, to identify a specific individual. OmnesLaw only collects personally identifiable information that is voluntarily provided by users. This includes names, e-mail addresses, physical addresses, phone numbers, employment information and education information.
OmnesLaw uses collected information to enhance the operation of the OmnesLaw website and improve user experience. OmnesLaw may also use collected information to contact users about business opportunities they may be interested in.
Please be informed that there are different rules for information that OmnesLaw collects when users apply for jobs with OmnesLaw through the OmnesLaw website. This includes information and resume shared with OmnesLaw. OmnesLaw uses this information only in ways consistent with the employment application process. This includes, but is not limited to, reviewing the qualifications of the applicant, creating and administering an applicant profile, verifying references, collecting feedback on the application process or contacting applicants about other job openings or opportunities.
OmnesLaw will not rent, share, sell or distribute any collected information to third parties, except as otherwise described in this policy. OmnesLaw may disclose collected information with appropriate parties when OmnesLaw, in its sole discretion, deems such disclosure necessary to comply with a legal requirement.
OmnesLaw is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice. Therefore, nothing in this policy should be construed as legal advice or relied on as such.