I will not look.

Hey, this is a static website. It is incapable of directly collecting information about visitors. It does collect information through third-party services. Most of these third-party services have their own “opt out” methods, which I recommend if you care about your privacy on the Internet. In general, I use these third-party services to make this website better, receive email from you, talk to you on social media, and promote my legal services.

When I have an particularly insightful moment, I will use whatever data I collect for new, unanticipated uses not previously disclosed in this privacy policy. After all, that is why I use these third parties to collect data: to gain insight on how visitors use and respond to the website. If I change this policy, I will update this page.

I use MailChimp for email newsletter. If you don’t want to receive automated email, you can unsubscribe from any email. If you have trouble, you are welcome to contact me.

I use Clicktale. The ClickTale service helps me analyze how visitors use my website. The ClickTale service does not collect any personally identifiable information. I only use the ClickTale service to record, on a completely anonymous basis, information such as mouse clicks, mouse movements, scrolling activity as well as non-Personally Identifiable Information text you type in this website. ClickTale does not create a user profile for the purpose of tracking a user across unrelated web sites and will only use such information pursuant to its Privacy Policy. You can choose to disable the ClickTale service.

Because I do not collect data directly, it is very unlikely that law enforcement would request data from me directly. They would be more likely to request it directly from these third parties, who have compliance departments that specialize in responding to law enforcement subpoenas. If law enforcement made a request; I would act in accordance with my legal duties.

Of course, this policy only applies to my website. As a lawyer, I have specific legal and ethical obligations (for example, the attorney/client privilege ) related to my client’s information. Any of those obligations will override this privacy policy, of course.

This is the website of the Law Office of Andrew P. Lahser, PLC, located at:

  • Andrew P. Lahser, Patent Attorney
  • Law Office of Andrew P. Lahser, PLC
  • 5635 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 170
  • Scottsdale, Arizona85250
  • 480-816-9383work