Information Collection, Use, and Sharing
DiCaprio ADR has access to and collects personal information that you, your attorney, agent, or employee voluntarily provide to us, including information provided when contacting us about availability, scheduling a mediation, arbitration, or other service, by direct contact from you or contact information available to the public on your website or on social media.
At the time of contacting DiCaprio ADR, its employees, or principals about a mediation or other service, whether by electronic means, email or in person, you will generally be asked to provide contact information for yourself, the other parties, the parties’ attorneys, and other individuals involved in the dispute, the case name, and Docket or Index Number, if applicable. Contact information may include names, firm or company names, addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses and similar information. In addition to private mediations, Anthony DiCaprio is selected as a mediator from both Federal and State Courts and receives or obtains contact information for counsel (and for a party if unrepresented by counsel), the names of the involved parties, and the case name and file number. Other information may also be provided. This information may be retained for an indefinite period at our sole discretion for record keeping purposes, including to run conflicts check in new matters, after a mediation, arbitration, or other engagement has concluded.
DiCaprio ADR uses various Microsoft programs to maintain contacts, calendars, handle email, and create and store documents. We also use other software and services to maintain our records and to provide mediation, arbitration, and other related ADR services, including companies such, Zoom, Adobe, LinkedIn, Zelle, Venmo, Intuit and Chase Bank. Privacy policies of these companies are available on their websites. Please contact us if you have any questions about any of the companies whose services we use.
We use your information to respond to you regarding the reason you contacted us, to schedule matters for mediation, arbitration, or other services, to communicate in connection with services to be provided by us, to run conflict checks, and to otherwise provide ADR services and maintain appropriate business records regarding those services. We may also use that information for marketing purposes or to provide you with legal updates or other information in the future that we deem may be of interest to you, either directly or through other means, such as links to articles.
DiCaprio ADR will only disclose such information to the extent required by law or court order. We do not sell information to anyone and only share information as described above.
Your Access to and Control Over Information
If you prefer that D ADR not use your information in accordance with our policy, you should not submit personal information to us electronically and should email us to schedule a time to speak by phone or video conference to schedule a mediation, arbitration, meeting, or consultation.
You may opt out of any future contacts from D ADR at any time. You may also request us to inform you about the categories of information we collect about you, categories of sources of such information, and the business or commercial purpose for collecting your personal information. Please contact us as indicated below with any such request that you may have.
We use “cookies” on this site. A cookie is a piece of data stored on a site visitor’s hard drive to help us improve your access to our site and identify repeat visitors to our site, i.e. information about the type of browser you are using; your Internet Protocol (“IP”) address; the time, date, and length of your visit; your general geographic location and the referring site. Usage of a cookie is not linked to any personally identifiable information on our site. Cookies will not expire unless you manually delete them or set your browser to reject them.
Links/Website for Informational Purposes Only/No Attorney-Client Relationship Created
The D ADR web site contains links to documents and other sites. Such information and materials are intended to be for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. You should not act or rely on any information on this website without seeking the advice of a competent attorney licensed to practice law in your jurisdiction with expertise relevant to your matter. We are not responsible for, and have no control over, the content or privacy practices of such other sites and we encourage our users to be aware when they have left our site and to read the privacy statements of any other site that collects personally identifiable information.
The D ADR website, the use of information from the website, nor the submission of information in any form or from any source does not create an attorney-client or mediator-client relationship with our firm or any member of our firm. As neutrals D ADR, its employees, and principals, cannot and do not act as an attorney for any party in which they are serving as the mediator or arbitrator.
How To Contact Us
If you have any questions about our Privacy Statement, the use of our website, or would like to make any request of us or share any comments, please contact Anthony DiCaprio by email at adicaprio@dicaprioADR.com, by phone at (917) 439 5166, or by regular mail at DiCaprio ADR, 64 Purchase Street, Rye, NY, 10580.
Last update April 30,2023