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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy 

Effective: January 1, 2022 

FinTech Law (“FinTech Law” of “FTL”) is a tech-drive law firm that provides a variety of clients, including but not limited to investment advisers, private funds, mutual funds and ETFs, and crypto-related companies, and other technology companies with the legal services to manage many of the standard operating, regulatory, legal and compliance challenges they face. 

At FinTech Law, our mission is to help our clients achieve their goals by using our tech-savvy experience to deliver cutting-edge legal services. Our customers’ trust and partnership are incredibly important to us. As you use and interact with FinTech Law’s websites, products, and services, we process information from and about you, your employees, and your clients to provide access to our tools, an enhanced legal experience, and timely support. That means that we collect, use, transmit, store, share, and erase your information. The Privacy Policy below describes how FinTech Law processes your information and explains the choices available to you with respect to your information. 

If you have any questions or concerns about how FinTech Law processes your information or about this Privacy Policy, you can email us any time at[email protected].

FinTech Law Privacy Policy

  1. Relationship. In situations where our users are also a legal client, FinTechLaw is the processor/service provider (a provider that processes personal data on behalf of or at the direction of a controller, or other similar designation under the law) and our client(usually a company or organization) is the controller/business (the entity that decides how and why information is processed) of the information provided to FinTechthrough its legal services. In all other cases, FinTechLaw is the controller of the information. 

  2. Collected Information.FinTech Law has created this Privacy Policy to demonstrate our firm commitment to privacy. Due to the sensitive nature of the information that we collect from our users, including addresses, phone numbers, and confidential financial and legal information, we believe it is important to satisfy strict privacy requirements. The following section describes the information we collect from you and indicates the primary purposes why we collect each type of information from you. If we use your information or disclose or distribute your information to third parties for a purpose that is not related to the following purposes, we will notify you by email of your right to opt-out of that use, disclosure, or distribution beforehand. Your right to opt-out shall be governed by the Choice/Opt-Out Section below. 

    • Information FinTech Law Receives Directly from You 

      • Full Name 

      • Company Name 

      • Email Address 

      • Message content in our Contact Us form 

    • Information that You Provide to Us through Meetings, Correspondence, and Your Use of Our Services (Legal Clients only)

      • Information you provide in goals, portfolios, projects, and tasks 

      • Information from emails you forward or send to employees and/or associates of FinTech Law. 

      • Profile photo and other information you choose to include to describe yourself, only collected if you do choose to provide it, such as your gender pronouns. 

      • Video and audio recordings, and transcripts of those recordings, if you use video messaging applications. 

      • Professional or employment information, such as your title or role at your company. 

      • Any other information you choose to provide while working with FinTech Law that identifies or can be reasonably associated with you. 

      • Legal and financial information, including social security or tax identification numbers, phone numbers, email address, physical addresses, and more. 

      • Other sensitive information necessary needed for us to deliver legal services to you.  

      • Information about your contacts, if you choose to provide it.

    • Other Information You May Provide to Us When You Interact with FinTechLaw in Other Ways. You may voluntarily provide us with information when you interact with us in other ways, such as when you directly interact with FinTechLaw staff, such as our lawyers, paralegals, and operational and marketing staff. FinTechLaw may process: 

      • Your requests, questions, and responses to us via forms or email. 

      • Information to verify your identity. 

      • Your date of birth and other personal information. 

    • Information Automatically Processed When You Visit Our Websites. We may also collect the following: 

      • Metadata and inference information related to your use of FinTech Law’s websites. 

      • Internet network activity, cookies, and similar tracking technologies, including data our servers automatically record, such as your web request, IP address, browser type and settings, referring/exit pages and URLs, number of clicks, date and time stamp information, language preferences, and other such information. Please visit our Cookie Notice for more information about the types of information we collect via cookies, including information about advertising and analytics, and how we use it. 

      • Information about how you interact with our marketing websites, like, such as where you click, how long you visit a page, your scrolling, mouse hovers, and other data to help us better understand your experience and provide you with the best user experience 

      • Device information and activity when you use FinTech Law’s web pages or correspondence via a mobile device, such as the type of device you are using, device IDs, operating system version, and mobile network information, which may include your mobile phone number. 

      • Derived device geolocation information, such as approximate geographic location inferred from an IP address

    • Information FinTechReceives from Other Sources. Sometimes FinTechLaw receives your information from third-parties (other individuals, marketing services, third-party integrations, other service providers, accountants, etc.), which may include: 

      • Name, email, and business contact information. 

      • Information you provide in goals, portfolios, projects, and tasks 

      • Information from emails they forward or send to employees or associates of FinTech Law. 

      • Professional or employment information, such as your title or role at your company. 

      • Any other information you to provide while working with FinTech Law that identifies or can be reasonably associated with you.

      • Legal and financial information, including social security or tax identification numbers, phone numbers, email address, physical addresses, and more. 

      • Other sensitive information necessary needed for us to deliver legal services to you.  

    • Information about your contacts, if you choose to provide it. As described below in more detail, we use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server, and to administer our products and websites. Your IP address is or may be used to help identify you, to track activity within our site and to gather broad demographic information. Our Web server will collect IP information.  Cookies. We collect this Usage Information by using cookies and pixel tags (also called web beacons or clear gifs). Cookies are small packets of data that a website stores on your computer’s hard drive so that your computer will “remember” information about your visit. Clear gifs are tiny graphics with a unique identifier, similar in function to cookies, and are used to track the online movements of website users. You can reject cookies by following the directions provided in your Internet provider’s “help” file. If you reject cookies, you may still visit the Site, but may not be able to use some areas of the Site and/or the Services.

      FinTech Law, or its third party vendors, collects non-identifiable and personal information through the use of various technologies, including "cookies". A cookie is an alphanumeric identifier that a Web site can transfer to customer's hard drive through customer's browser. The cookie is then stored on customer's computer as an anonymous tag that identifies the customer's computer, but not the customer. Cookies may be sent by FinTech or its third-party vendors. Customer can set its browser to notify customer before a cookie is received, giving an opportunity to decide whether to accept the cookie. Customer may also set its browser to turn off cookies; however, some Web sites may not then work properly. 

      Shine the Light Law. Under California Civil Code Section 1798.83, California residents who have an established business relationship with us may choose to opt out of our sharing their contact information with third parties for direct marketing purposes. If you are a California resident and you wish to opt out, please send an e-mail to [email protected]

  3. How We Use Your Information.FinTech Lawuses your information to facilitateour services, communicate with you, for security and fraud prevention, and to comply with the law. We may process your information to: 

    • Provide Services to You and Operate Our Business

      • Maintain, provide, and improve our services 

      • Help us better understand user interests and needs, and customize FinTech Law for you 

      • Analyze and research how you interact with our websites  

      • Protect FinTech Lawand you, for example: 

        • Securing our systems and products against fraud or unauthorized activity 

          • Identifying, troubleshooting, and fixing bugs and errors 

          • Complying with global laws and regulations 

      • Investigate (in good faith) alleged violations of our Terms of Service 

      • Comply with a valid legal subpoena, request, or other lawful process that meets the requirements of our Law Enforcement Guidelines or that we otherwise determine is necessary to respond to 

      • If you utilize the services of FinTech Law as part of an organization, company, or academic institution, FinTech will process your personal information as required by our contract with your organization or academic institution. Those contractual terms may differ from, and take precedence over, the uses described in this Privacy Policy.

    • Other Uses. In addition, we use information about your use of FinTech Law, information (such as your email address and name), and information related to third-party integrations to: 

      • Communicate with you: 

        • About FinTechLaw by phone, text, email, or chat. 

          • To share important notices and updates and other necessary notices such as security and fraud alerts. 

          • To advertise or market FinTech Law services to you. You can unsubscribe from promotional communications at any time. 

      • Provide webinars or public presentations. 

      • Process your information at your direction. 

    • Provide You with Support and Get Your Feedback 

      • Respond to your requests for information 

      • Help identify and troubleshoot any issues with your account and answer your questions 

      • Resolve support requests 

      • Provide you with reports about usage 

      • Survey your opinions through surveys, research studies, and questionnaires

    • Combined Information  Unless otherwise prohibited by law, we may combine the information that we collect through your use of our services with information that we receive from other sources, both online and offline, and use that combined information as set out above.  We may aggregate or de-identify information related to your use of FinTech Law (such as how many tasks or projects you created) so that such information can no longer be linked to you or your device. We may use such aggregated and de-identified data for any purpose, including but not limited to for research and marketing purposes, and may also share such data with any third parties, including advertisers, promotional partners, sponsors, event promoters, and/or others. 

      Legal bases for processing. For more information about the legal bases FinTech Law relies on to process your information, please visit Other Important Information.

  4. How We Share Your Information. We need to share the information we collect about you to make our products and services run smoothly and to operate our business under the following conditions: 

    • Service Providers and Sub-processors. We may provide access to or share your information with select third parties that use the information on our behalf to assist in providing FinTech Law’sservices and website. These third parties provide a variety of services to us, including without limitation sales, marketing, provision of content and features, advertising, analytics, research, data storage, security, fraud prevention, and other services. 

    • Advertising and Marketing. We may provide information collected when you visit a FinTechLaw website (such as email addresses) to service providers, who may “match” this information in de-identified form to cookies (or mobile ad identifiers) and other proprietary IDs, in order to provide you with more relevant FinTechads when you visit other websites. 

    • Business Transfers. If the ownership of all or substantially all our business changes, or all or some of our assets are sold as part of a bankruptcy or other proceeding, we may transfer your information to the new owner so that the services can continue to operate. In such case, your information would remain subject to the promises and commitments contained in this Privacy Policy until the acquiring party updates it. If such transfer is subject to additional mandatory restrictions under applicable laws or agreements, FinTechwill comply with those restrictions. 

    • Compliance with Legal Obligations. To comply with a valid legal subpoena, request, or other lawful process that meets the requirements of our Law Enforcement Guidelines. We will notify individuals or customers of that request unless: we are prohibited from doing so by law or court order; or there are exceptional circumstances, such as an emergency involving the risk of bodily injury or death to a person or group of people or potential harm to minors.  We use and share the categories of information we collect from and about you consistent with the various business purposes we discuss throughout this Privacy Policy. We do not share your information with third parties for their own direct marketing purposes. We do not sell your information as defined under applicable law.

  5. Security. FinTech Law’s websites have security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. All user data is stored on our servers. The user may request, via email, additional information about FinTech Law’s security practices. The requested security information will be made available to the user via email, in our discretion. 

  6. Data Access & Accuracy.FinTech Law is not responsible for inaccuracies in data provided by third parties. You may review your data by emailing FinTech at[email protected]. Any inaccuracies in your data may be corrected through a telephone call to us at (513) 991-8472. 

  7. Choice/Opt-Out.FinTech Law provides users the opportunity to opt-out of receiving communications from our website. This website gives users the following options for removing their information from our database to not receive future communications or to no longer receive our service. You can send email to[email protected] to opt-out.

  8. Change in Control. If we experience a “change in control” (defined below), we may amend our information practices as described in this privacy policy. We will post on our website’s home page a notice or a link to a notice which will describe how we will amend our Privacy Policy. If you do not agree to our amended Privacy Policy, you may contact us as described in this privacy policy and we will allow you to opt out of the proposed amendments to our Privacy Policy with respect to the information that we have previously collected from you. 

    • “Change in control” means any of the following events: 

      • we undergo a reorganization, merger, consolidation, acquisition or other restructuring involving all or substantially all of our voting securities and/or assets, by operation of law or otherwise; 

      • we become insolvent; 

      • we make a general assignment for the benefit of creditors; 

      • we suffer or permit an appointment of a receiver for our business or assets; 

      • we become subject to any proceedings under any bankruptcy or insolvency law, whether domestic or foreign; or 

      • we are liquidated, voluntarily or otherwise.

  9. Changes to Our Privacy Policy. We will update this Privacy Policy to make sure it accurately reflects our data collection and use practices, our amazing features, advances in technology, or as applicable law requires. We will comply with applicable legal requirements regarding providing you with notice and/or consent when we make such changes, depending on the type of change made. 

  10. Contacting FinTech Law. If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this website, you can contact FinTech at [email protected].