HB Litigation Conferences services provide information: to businesses, consumers, non-profit organizations, and government agencies that helps reduce fraud, mitigate risk, facilitate smarter decisions, and make society safer in ways that protect consumer privacy.

HB Litigation Conferences is fully committed to the responsible use of information and protecting individual privacy rights. In recognition of this commitment, HB Litigation Conferences has adopted this Privacy Policy.

The HB Litigation Conferences Privacy Policy speaks to the personally identifiable information including sensitive personally identifiable information, collected, maintained, used or disseminated in connection with services offered by HB Litigation Conferences.

HB Litigation Conferences applies these principles to our products and services where appropriate. In addition, other uses or disclosures may occur as required by applicable law, such as the Fair Credit Reporting Act and its state analogues (“FCRA”), the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act and its state analogues, and the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.  If the law requires or upon request of law enforcement, or, if necessary, to prevent fraud or to protect our computer systems, these principles may not apply. HB Litigation Conferences also, from time to time, may revise our Privacy Policy by posting changes on our Web site.

SECURITY
Data security is a company imperative.  HB Litigation Conferences strives to protect personally identifiable information that we maintain or disseminate so it is not obtained by unauthorized individuals or used in unauthorized ways, including through the use of appropriate administrative, physical, and technical safeguards.

DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION
HB Litigation Conferences seeks to limit the distribution of personally identifiable information consistent with the nature and sensitivity of the information. In its services, HB Litigation Conferences also strives to distribute personally identifiable information from sources other than public records or publicly available information only to its authorized users. Similarly, where applicable, HB Litigation Conferences strives to restrict access to information in accordance with privacy laws such as the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Gramm Leach Bliley Act, and the Drivers’ Privacy Protection Act and comparable state statutes. In the case of public record information available to the general public (such as bankruptcy, liens, judgments and Uniform Commercial Code filings) and publicly available information (such as telephone directory information or personal information available through widely available media), we may make this information available to the general public unless applicable law operates to limit our distribution of such information to authorized users.

If, upon investigation, HB Litigation Conferences finds that personally identifiable information has been used or accessed inappropriately or unlawfully, HB Litigation Conferences strives to take reasonable steps to stop the misuse or access, educate the user concerning the appropriate and lawful use of the information, and prevent similar future misuses. Such steps may include measures up to and including discontinuation of the user’s access to HB Litigation Conferences information products and services, pursuit of other legal remedies, and the referral of misuse to the appropriate authorities.

ACCURACY
HB Litigation Conferences strives to accurately report information in its products. HB Litigation Conferences also strives to accurately report information that it receives from its data sources. HB Litigation Conferences recognizes, however, that reporting errors may occur and offers consumers opportunities, where applicable, to dispute and correct information that we report.

EDUCATION
HB Litigation Conferences strives to inform its employees, users and the general public about appropriate use of its products and services. HB Litigation Conferences strives to inform its users and employees about:

  • Privacy and security issues associated with HB Litigation Conferences information products and services; and
  • The responsible use of personally identifiable information.

HB Litigation Conferences strives to inform the public about:

  • The responsible use of personally identifiable information;
  • Measures HB Litigation Conferences has undertaken to enhance consumer privacy; and choices available to consumers regarding information access and the ability to opt-out of certain products and services which utilize personally identifiable information.

REPUTABLE SOURCES
HB Litigation Conferences strives to acquire personally identifiable information from established, reputable sources in the government and private sectors. In support of this principle, HB Litigation Conferences takes reasonable steps to assess the reputation and reliability of its private sector data sources before incorporating personally identifiable information from the source into its products and services. HB Litigation Conferences also strives to obtain assurances from its data suppliers that they have the legal right to license or sell the data to HB Litigation Conferences.

CHOICE
HB Litigation Conferences strives to allow consumers to opt-out of the dissemination of personally identifiable information from certain HB Litigation Conferences owned databases used for marketing services.

ACCESS & CORRECTION
HB Litigation Conferences strives to inform individuals about the nature of the public records, nonpublic information, and publicly available information that HB Litigation Conferences makes available in its information products and services. HB Litigation Conferences also strives, whenever practicable, to provide consumers, upon request, with meaningful opportunities to review personally identifiable information we maintain about them. HB Litigation Conferences also strives, as appropriate and practicable, to provide opportunities for consumers to dispute and correct information by assisting them in identifying the potential information sources at which corrections should be made.

ACCOUNTABILITY
HB Litigation Conferences supports accountability of information industry standards and practices, responsible and effective federal regulation of the data industry, and legislation governing the practices of all data providers. HB Litigation Conferences also supports industry oversight and active engagement with the privacy community. HB Litigation Conferences believes that strong privacy and information security protections are vital for an effective and trusted data industry.

ONLINE PRIVACY
HB Litigation Conferences strives to protect the privacy of personally identifiable information obtained over the Internet and strives to apply our Privacy Policy and evolving standards to the online environment.

IDENTITY THEFT
HB Litigation Conferences strives to prevent the acquisition of information from its products and services for improper purposes, such as identity theft. HB Litigation Conferences believes that it is important that consumers who may have had their sensitive personally identifiable information acquired by an unauthorized individual be notified as follows. Where a state law requires notice, HB Litigation Conferences complies with the law. In those states where identity theft notice laws do not exist, HB Litigation Conferences will notify affected consumers when sensitive personally identifiable information owned or licensed by HB Litigation Conferences is acquired by an unauthorized individual and whenever HB Litigation Conferences has a reasonable basis to believe the breach has resulted in, or there is a significant risk that it will result in, identity theft to the consumer to whom the information relates.

HOW TO CONTACT US
If you would like to contact us for any reason regarding our privacy practices or to share your preferences, you can reach us:
By mail: HB Litigation Conferences, P.O. Box PO Box 141, Clifton Heights, PA 19081-0141
By telephone: 484-324-2755
By email: info@litigationconferences.com