Privacy Policy

Dechert-Hampe & Co. Internet Privacy Policy Notice
Dechert-Hampe & Co. ("DHC") is dedicated to protecting your privacy on its Internet web site. You can expect the same standard of privacy protection on our Internet site that we extend to our clients in any interaction with DHC. DHC’s policy on privacy is in accordance with the DMA’s Marketing Online Privacy Principles, and agreed upon by the Internet Alliance, the leading association devoted to promoting and developing online and Internet Services worldwide.


Personally Volunteered Information
We only collect personal information from our visitors on a voluntary basis. Personal information may include name, address, e-mail, credit card information (in the case of electronic commerce only), etc. The personal information you volunteer to us is used to fulfill your request and provide you with information on services which may be of interest to you. These offers may come directly from us, from our affiliates or from other reputable organizations whose privacy policies are in line with our own. Each offer is carefully examined to ensure that it meets our standards. Additionally, we try to make sure that these offers reach only those individuals most likely to be interested in them. If your personal information is to be used in any fashion other than the above mentioned, this intent will be expressly stated.

Other Personal Information
Our web server collects the domain names (not the e-mail addresses) of visitors to our web site. This information is aggregated to measure basic usage data such as the number of visits, average time spent on the site, pages reviewed, etc. which is used by DHC to improve the content of our web site.

We may use "cookies" on some pages of our web site to help us serve you better each time you return. A cookie is a small text file, which is sent by a web site, accepted by a web browser and then placed on your hard drive. The cookies used by DHC contain only the information that you submit to DHC via our Member Services form. You therefore have control over the information that is stored in the cookie. The cookie expires after six months, so there is little concern about it storing outdated information. You can always set your browser to warn you when a cookie is sent to you. This will give you more control over acceptance of them. The data collected from these cookies helps us to analyze browsing patterns of our visitors in order to improve the content and design of our web site.

The information collected from these cookies is for the exclusive use of DHC and its affiliates, and will not be shared with other vendors. Remember: you are always able to alter any personal information that you have already submitted. Please see the Contact Us section of the site.

DHC attempts to link only to sites which have similarly high respect for your privacy. However, we are not responsible for the content or the privacy practices employed by other sites.


DHC takes reasonable measures to keep all information about our online visitors secure against unauthorized access and periodically reviews the security measures of our Internet site.



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