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Nothing in this web site is intended to compare the services of our firm to that of any other lawyer or firm or to imply specialization or certification by any organization not previously approved by the Texas State Bar Board of Legal Specialization.
To the extent the State Bar Rules in your jurisdiction require us to designate a principal office and/or a single attorney responsible for this web site, we designate The Craighead Law Firm, PLLC located in Houston, TX as our principal office and we designate Clayton D. Craighead as the attorney responsible for this web site.
The Firm may alter, suspend or discontinue this web site at any time for any reason, without notice or cost. The web site may become unavailable due to maintenance or malfunction of computer equipment or other reasons. From time to time, The Craighead Law Firm, PLLC may offer to provide information or materials via e-mail or otherwise to interested persons. The Craighead Law Firm, PLLC reserves the right, in its absolute discretion, to reject any requests for such information or materials, or to discontinue the providing of such information or materials to any person, for any reason whatsoever.
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Information We Collect:
As attorneys, we collect nonpublic personal information about our clients, from your accountants, insurance agents and other advisors, as well as from our clients. Such information may include your name, address, telephone number, and personal and family financial information.
Information We May Disclose and to Whom:
It is our policy not to disclose nonpublic personal information that we collect as described above on our clients and former clients to anyone, except as authorized by you or as required by law. In providing legal services to our clients, however, it may be necessary to disclose nonpublic personal information to non-affiliated persons that perform services or functions on our behalf, such as our central services vendor, your accountant, appraiser, actuary, insurance agent and expert witnesses. We may also be obligated to disclose any or all of the nonpublic personal information described above, as permitted by law. For example, we may be obligated under the law to disclose information in response to lawful requests from law enforcement agencies.
Protecting the Confidentiality and Security of Nonpublic Personal Information:
We restrict access to nonpublic personal information about you to The Craighead Law Firm, PLLC employees and vendors or others, who are subject to our policies and attorney-client privilege, whom we determine have a legitimate law firm need to access such information. We maintain security procedures that are designed to protect our client data. We also educate our employees about the importance and meaning of, and necessity for, data security and confidentiality.
In all events, the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct, as approved by the Texas Supreme Court, strictly apply to the protection of our clients’ confidences.