KRAMER DEBOER & KEANE, LLP
ELECTRONIC AND ONLINE PRIVACY POLICY


Your privacy is important to us at Kramer, deBoer & Keane, LLP ("KDK"). We wish to explain our firm's electronic and online information practices and the choices you can make about how your information is used in connection with our firm's website (www.kdeklaw.com) and other electronic or online communications with the firm. The following privacy policy does not address information collected through other means, such as transmittals through attendance at our seminars or other personal contacts which you might make with a KDK employee.

In accessing the KDK website or otherwise communicating with the firm via electronic or other online means, please know that you are deemed to have consented to the collection, processing, use, and transfer of your Personal Identification Information ("PII"), which includes but is not limited to your name, company name, email address, telephone number or any other related contact information, in accordance with this Privacy Policy and applicable laws. By doing so, you agree that the laws of the State of California, without regard to its conflict of laws principles, will govern all matters between you and KDK concerning your use of this website and all other electronic and other online communications with the firm.

All PII which you transmit electronically to KDK is treated with care. KDK employsappropriate security measures to prevent unauthorized access to your PII against its loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, or alteration. However, KDK cannot guarantee the security of your PPI because data transmissions via the Internet are susceptible to interference. KDK is not liable for disclosures of your PII due to errors in transmission or the unauthorized acts of third parties.

KDK is not obligated to monitor this website or its use, or to retain the content of any user session. KDK does not share, rent or sell your PII outside the firm. However, KDK reserves the right at all times to monitor, review, retain, and/or disclose any PII as necessary to satisfy applicable laws, regulations, legal process, or formal governmental request, and to cooperate with law enforcement and other authorities in investigating a claim of illegal activity. PII may also be shared with KDK's external service providers who may from time to time perform certain services on KDK's behalf to improve our firm's efficiency; these providers agree to use the transferred PII only as needed to perform their services and they are subject to nondisclosure agreements. KDK may use Internet Service Provider ("ISP") addresses to identify a user when we feel it is necessary to protect our service, website, clients, potential clients, or others.

The KDK website is hosted on web servers located in the United States. If you are located in a non-U.S. jurisdiction, your provision of PII or other access to the KDK website constitutes your transfer of such data to the United States, a jurisdiction that may not provide an equivalent level of data protection to the laws in your home country.

You do not disclose any PII when you visit the KDK website. We collect only anonymous, non-PIIdata when you visit our website, such as the type of browser you use and the domain name of your ISP. We use this anonymous, non-PII data strictly to analyze site usage and thereby evaluate how to improve our website's design and content. Any such data is shared, if appropriate, only within the firm's offices for our internal use.

Copies of KDK's periodic electronic newsletter are archived under the "News" tab of the firm's website. If you receive a copy of the newsletter, you also will be provided with a link to opt out or unsubscribe from further newsletter transmittals. If you continue to receive unwanted electronic newsletters or similar unwanted notifications from KDK, please contact the firm's managing partner, Jeffrey S. Kramer, Esq. at (818) 657-0255 or at jkramer@kdeklaw.com.

The KDK website, its periodic electronic newsletters, and all other electronic marketing materials, are not directed to children under 13 years of age. Any person under 18 years of age should consult with their parent or legal guardian regarding use of the KDK website, its periodic electronic newsletters, and all other electronic marketing materials.

Please note that if you receive a periodic electronic newsletter, holiday greeting card, or similar marketing notification from KDK, whether electronic or otherwise, any responsive communication from you to KDK will not create an attorney-client relationship with us. Please do not send to KDK any informationincluding but not limited to PII that you or any person or entity acting on your behalf considers to be confidential unless we have agreed previously to serve as your legal counsel regarding that matter. Any PII which you provide to us is used strictly to respond to your inquiry. However, we cannot guarantee the privacy of such information which you transmit to us and it cannot be protected from disclosure.

In the event that you apply for employment with our firm, and you submit résumé information to us via an electronic means, we will use that information for internal review purposes only.

To the extent that copies of our firm's electronic newsletter are archived in our firm's website, the website contains occasional informational posts about programs and events that are sponsored or co-sponsored by other organizations, including links to other websites whose information practices may be different than others. You should consult those other websites' privacy notices because we have no control over information that is either submitted to, or collected by, the administrators of those websites.

Please know that the KDK website uses cookies. Generally speaking, a cookie is a text-only string of information that a website transfers to the browser on your computer's hard drive so that the website can remember your electronic identity for future access. KDK uses cookies to enable the personalization features of our website, and to let us compile anonymous statistical information that allows us to understand how you use our website in order that we may improve the website's structure. We cannot obtain any PII about you through the use of cookies. You have the ability to accept or decline cookies by modifying the settings in your browser. Please note, though, that you might be unable to access every feature in our website if cookies are disabled.

KDK appreciates the trust that you give us when transmitting your PII to us. We are committed to maintaining your trust, and invite your feedback on how we can improve the quality of our service to you. KDK will maintain your PII as long as reasonably needed to achieve the purpose for which we possess it, or to the extent that KDK needs to protect its rights, or as required by applicable law.

If you have any questions or concerns about KDK's electronic and online privacy policy or its implementation, or if you decide that KDK should no longer hold any of your PII, kindly contact our firm's managing partner, Jeffrey S. Kramer, Esq. at (818) 657-0255 or at jkramer@kdeklaw.com.

KDK reserves the right to revise this privacy policy, or any part of it, from time to time. Please review this policy periodically for any changes or updates. Thank you very much.