Privacy Notice

Schauble Law Group
April 14, 2023


At Schauble Law Group LLC (“Schauble Law Group,” “we” or “us”), we understand the importance of your privacy and provide this Privacy Notice to inform you about our policies and procedures regarding the collection, use, processing, security and disclosure of personal information and other information received from users of our website. Please review this Privacy Notice and our Terms of Use prior to further use of our website. By using this website, you are agreeing to the terms of this Privacy Notice and our Terms of Use. If you do not agree to these terms, you may not use this website. This Privacy Notice is expressly incorporated into our Terms of Use.

This Privacy Notice may be updated or revised from time to time. We may do so, at any time and without notice (except to the extent required by law), by posting the revised version on this website. We suggest that you review this Privacy Notice periodically for any such changes. This Privacy Notice does not apply to any third-party site that may be accessible through this website.

Information Governed by this Privacy Notice

This Privacy Notice governs information collected through our website at, and its subdomains, and through your other online interactions with us. This Privacy Notice does not govern information you may provide to us, by any means other than through your use of this website or when you otherwise interact with our digital communications.

Collection of Information

“Personal information” is information that is linked or reasonably linkable to an identified or identifiable individual. It typically will be able to identify you personally, either alone or in combination with other information available to us. Personal information we may collect online includes, without limitation, your name, address, email address, telephone number, your employment information, and other information you may submit through our website or when you otherwise interact with us online.

When you use our website or otherwise interact with us online, we may collect information from the following sources:

Information You Voluntarily Provide: We receive personal information you voluntarily provide to us, such as when you complete a form on our website, if you email us through our website, or if you otherwise interact with us online. For example, you may wish to provide personal information to Schauble Law Group if you are interested in having us contact you regarding possible representation, or if you wish to receive information from us or to subscribe to our blog. The provision of any such information by you is completely voluntary. Please do not send any sensitive or confidential information, or other information relating to a legal matter, without first speaking to one of our attorneys and receiving confirmation that our firm has agreed to represent you (which will be evidenced by a signed engagement letter from our firm). See our Terms of Use for further explanation.

Cookies and Similar Technologies: When you visit our site or if you otherwise interact with us or our communications online, we may also collect certain information sent to us automatically by your web browser or collected through our use of cookies and similar technologies such as such as web beacons, clear gifs and pixel tags. This information may include your Internet Protocol (IP) address, the identity of your Internet service provider, the name and version of your operating system, the name and version of your web browser, the “referring” website from which you initially arrived at our website, the date and time of your visit and the pages you visit. Certain cookies, and similar technologies used by us or our third party analytics providers may also include the collection or inference of data regarding your identity, contact information, browsing history, search history, device identifiers or persistent identifiers, online user IDs, device characteristics, general location (based on your IP address) and inferences based on data obtained by analytics providers from other sources.

Cookies automatically identify your web browser whenever you visit our site, and may save your preferences and other information related to your use of our site. Cookies and web beacons allow us and third parties to distinguish you from other users of our websites, and some of these technologies can be used by us and/or our third party partners to identify you across platforms, devices, sites, and services. The use of these technologies by third parties may be subject to their own privacy policies and is not covered by this Privacy Policy, except as required by law. To learn more about, or to opt-out of Google Analytics, visit Google Analytics Terms of Use, the Google Privacy Policy, or Google Analytics Opt-out. If you do not want information collected through the use of cookies, you generally can turn off cookies in your browser; however, some areas of the site may not provide you with the full functionality if you have disabled the use of cookies. Please note, most modern browsers include a “do not track” feature that may help protect your privacy. However, because there is not yet a defined response to do-not-track requests, our site does not respond to your browser’s do-not-track request.

Use of Information

Schauble Law Group uses the personal information you voluntarily provide for the purpose it was submitted to us (for example, to send you information about firm events or publications, to answer your inquiries regarding possible legal representation, to fulfill your subscription to our blog posts or other publications, or to respond to other questions or requests if applicable). If you are requesting to subscribe to our blog posts or to receive marketing information from us, you will be placed on the applicable email list. In addition, we maintain email lists including our clients and other individuals who have contacted us or otherwise interacted with us. If you wish to opt out of such mailing lists, please email Schauble Law Group or click the unsubscribe link included in an email from us.

Computer collected from you automatically may be used for our general business purposes, our marketing purposes, and our general analytics purposes (such as to understand how our site is used, whether you open our blog posts or marketing communications, and to help us determine which features and content on our site or in our communications are most important to our visitors). We may also review our server logs – which contain visitors’ IP addresses – as well as other automatically collected data, for security and fraud prevention purposes.


We take reasonable precautions to provide a level of security appropriate to the sensitivity of the personal information we receive when you use this website or otherwise. While we take reasonable measures to ensure the security of this information, we cannot guarantee the security of information provided over the internet or stored in our databases. Your transmissions are, therefore, at your own risk.

Disclosure of Information

We may sell, share or otherwise disclose the personal information you provide through this website or which we otherwise collect as described in this privacy notice, as follows: (i) disclosures to third parties who perform services on our behalf, such as those who monitor the website, those who assist in preparing firm mailings and those who assist in registration of firm events, as well as our website analytics providers and providers of other technologies used on our website; (ii) disclosures to a co-sponsor of an event sponsored by Schauble Law Group; (iii) carefully selected third parties for marketing activities or other purposes relevant to the business of Schauble Law Group; (iv) any successor to Schauble Law Group. In addition, we reserve the right to use and share any information collected through this website as we deem to be necessary to investigate suspected illegal conduct or violations of the Terms of Use governing this website, to comply with legal process (including a court order or subpoena), to assist law enforcement agencies in an investigation, to protect the rights, property or safety of Schauble Law Group, our users or others; to protect the vital interests of any individual, or if we believe in good faith it is required by law. Your personal information may also be transferred to another law firm that succeeds to all or part of our business. We may also share analyses of our server logs, including details regarding website usage and general information about our audience, with current or potential business partners, although such disclosures will generally refer only to general, aggregate usage data from these analyses.

Please be aware that although we may request your consent for some disclosures described in this section, by using our website or interacting with our communications you are deemed to have accepted and agreed to the disclosure of your information collected in the manner described in this Privacy Notice, and we will not be required to obtain your consent for any disclosures described in this Privacy Notice unless and to the extent as may be required by applicable law.

Modification or Deletion of Information

If you wish to modify or delete any personal information you have provided to us or which we have collected as described in this Privacy Notice, please send an email to Schauble Law Group. We will use reasonable efforts to update or delete information we have stored in our databases and otherwise, however we cannot guarantee that all instances of all data collected will be permanently removed or will be updated according to your request. In addition, we cannot be responsible for the modification or deletion of any information we have provided to third parties as described herein, although we will notify those third parties of your request if required by applicable law.

Governing Law

This Privacy Notice shall be governed under the laws of the State of Colorado without regard to its conflicts of law provisions.

Further Information

If you have questions about this Privacy Notice, please contact us at 1873 S. Bellaire St. Suite 1540, Denver, CO 80222, 303.781.6899, or email us. The attorney responsible at our firm for this website is Karen (Leaffer) Schauble.