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The information provided should not substitute for obtaining competent legal counsel from an attorney licensed in your state.
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Additionally, the Cullinane Law Group PLLC does not intent for links on the website to be referrals or endorsements of the linked entities.
In addition, this Website may constitute “Attorney Advertising” under the law of certain jurisdictions. 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 Website, Cullinane Law Group PLLC designates its office in Austin, Texas, USA as its principal office and designates Mollie Cullinane as the attorney responsible for this Website.
Moreover, Cullinane Law Group PLLC has endeavored to comply with all legal and ethical requirements in developing this Website and does not desire to represent clients based upon their review of any portions of this Website which do not comply with the legal or ethical requirements of the jurisdiction in which the client is located.
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How Data is Used:
We will use your personal data to process your request, to contact you, and to provide you with the information that you voluntarily have requested.
We may also use personal data and other data received from clients or prospective clients to conduct pre-engagement conflict checks and for internal administration.
We will process personal and other data if and to the extent applicable law provides a lawful basis for us to do so and in particular if the data subjects have consented to us doing so or if we need it to comply with a legal obligation.
With Whom Data May Be Shared:
Please note that we will not share personal or other data with any other third party, except as required to do so by law. If you are or become a client of Cullinane Law Group PLLC, you should know that all information that Cullinane Law Group PLLC receives from a client is held in confidence, and is not released to people outside the law firm, except as agreed to by the client, or as allowed or required under applicable law and the rules of professional conduct governing the provision of legal services.
How Long Data Is Retained:
Cullinane Law Group PLLC will retain your personal and other data for as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected and processed. Generally, we retain information in our files until completion of the matter to which that information relates. Thereafter, those files may be purged and placed in storage or returned to the client. The firm attempts to retain and maintain all major and significant components of the files relative to a matter for a period for approximately three years.