Privacy Policy

Miller & Chevalier Chartered is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Consistent with our professional obligations, the firm exercises the utmost care in its handling of client information and data. If you are a firm client and have any questions or concerns about your privacy or the security of your information or data, please contact the lawyer handling your matter.

This privacy policy addresses the use of Miller & Chevalier’s public website.

Miller & Chevalier does not collect personal information (such as name and e-mail address) from visitors to its public website, except when the information is specifically provided by a visitor (for example, in a request to be contacted or to have information provided).

We do log each visitor’s domain and IP address automatically. This identifies the computer that is being used, but it does not identify the user as an individual. For this purpose, we may also use "cookies" (small pieces of information that are stored by your computer’s hard drive or browser) to collect information about visitors' use of the website. The information collected is not personal information (such as a visitor's name or e-mail address) but rather basic information about the visiting computer and its connection to the Internet (for example, the date and time of access to our site and the domain name and address from which the visitor entered our site). We use the information supplied by a visitor or visitor's web browser to track the volume and nature of use of this site and the usefulness of particular portions of the site. This information is aggregated and the statistics are used to assist us in managing our website. We do not link this information with any personally identifiable data about you.

If you choose to provide us with personal information, including your name, title, company affiliation, address, and e-mail, we may use this information to contact you or to send you firm newsletters, alerts, notices of Miller & Chevalier events, or other related information. We also send such material to Miller & Chevalier clients. By providing us with this information, you understand and agree that you accept the terms of this policy and our usage. We will use such information solely for the purpose requested. In addition, Miller & Chevalier does not provide or sell such information to third parties.

If any of the information that you have provided changes, please let us know the corrected information by sending the updates to the Miller & Chevalier webmaster at inquiries@milchev.com.

If you ever determine that you do not want to receive such information, you may click the link to “Unsubscribe” within the e-mail delivering a particular publication or send an e-mail to the Miller & Chevalier webmaster at inquiries@milchev.com to request that you be unsubscribed. You may unsubscribe from particular mailings or from all mailings.

Because Miller & Chevalier’s website is operated in the United States, any information submitted to our website -- from any location -- will be automatically transmitted to us in the United States. The United States does not provide the same level of data protection as is required in some other parts of the world. Miller & Chevalier uses standard U.S. security measures to protect any information you provide to us on this website, but we cannot guarantee that these measures will prevent a third party from unlawfully intercepting or accessing this information. We also cannot guarantee that errors will not occur in the administration of the website which would allow such information to be accessed.

Our website provides external links for your convenience. These links have their own privacy policies and are not monitored by us. As explained more fully in the Disclaimers, we are not responsible for the content or policies of these sites. We encourage you to read the privacy policies of such other sites.

We reserve the right to change this policy at any time without advance notice. If we do change our policy, the new policy will not go into effect until it is posted on our website and will only apply to information collected after the new policy goes into effect.

If you have any questions about this policy, you may send an email to inquiries@milchev.com or a letter to the firm’s General Counsel, Mary Lou Soller, Miller & Chevalier Chartered, 655 Fifteenth Street, NW, Suite 900, Washington, D.C. 20005.