The privacy of our clients is important to us and we take care to safeguard it. this policy explains how we use your personal information.
If you have any queries concerning your personal information or any questions on our use of the information, please contact our compliance officer at email@example.com.
Morton Fraser is registered as a data controller with the Information Commissioner's Office (registration number Z8122652.)
You may ask us to cease sending marketing information at any time by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by writing to us at the postal address noted above.
The information we collect via this website may include any personal details you type in and submit, such as your name, address, email address, etc.
The information we collect via this website may also include your IP address (this is your computer's individual identification number that is assigned to your computer when connected to the Internet) which is automatically logged by our web server. This information is collected by our web server at our Edinburgh office.
In order to save you re-entering information, this website collects data which allows us to recognise you, your preferences and how you use this website. This data is collected by temporary "session cookies" from your navigation around the site. They remain in the cookie file in your browser during the session but are erased when you close your browser. The cookie file does not store your personal information. For more information about cookies including how to set your browser to reject cookies please click here.
Any personal information we collect from this website will be used in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and other applicable laws.
You do not have to give us any personal information in order to use most of this website. However, any information which you choose to give us via this web site may be added to our marketing database and used by us for administration of our contacts and clients and for marketing our services and our events. We may send you information from time to time which we believe may be of interest to you, such as details of our services, legal updates and invitations to our events. It is possible that these messages will contain input from other companies or organisations with whom Morton Fraser is dealing. You may ask us to cease sending marketing information at any time by emailing us at email@example.com or by writing to us at the postal address noted on our contact page.
The IP addresses logged by our web server may be used by us to perform technical diagnosis of our web site's performance on a statistical basis and to analyse interest in our website.
We reserve the right to cooperate with law enforcement officials in the investigation of alleged unlawful activities of our clients or relating to our clients. We will have no legal liability for such disclosures.
You can ask us to update or remove your personal information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by writing to us at our Edinburgh office address, as noted on our contact page. However, please note that we may need to keep some personal data in order to carry out any legal services you may ask us to perform.
You also have the right to request a copy of any personal information we hold about you. To do this, simply write to us at our Edinburgh Office, enclosing a cheque for £10 payable to 'Morton Fraser' to cover our administration costs.
Data Protection legislation states that we must ensure that personal data held by us is accurate and up-to-date. Please help us to fulfil this obligation by informing us of any changes in your personal details by contacting us at the email or postal address above.
Detailed information about your rights under Data Protection legislation can be found on the website of the United Kingdom Information Commissioner, the address of which is (as at the date of this policy) www.informationcommissioner.gov.uk. The telephone number of the Information Commissioner's Office is 01625 545 700 (or (44) 1625 545 700 if phoning from outside the United Kingdom.)