Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy describes the information that MOBO Law, LLP, a Nevada limited liability partnership (“Attorney” and/or "MOBO Law") collects through its website (the “Website”), and how Attorney uses that information. This Privacy Policy does not apply to Attorney’s collection of information by any other means, including, without limitation, from its clients in the course of representing them.

Each time you (“You” or “Your”) use the Website, the then-current version of this Privacy Policy will apply. Accordingly, each time You visit the Website, You should check the date appearing at the end of this Privacy Policy. If that date is later than the date of Your last visit, You should review any changes to this Privacy Policy. If at any time you find this privacy policy unacceptable, you must immediately leave the Website. Unless Attorney obtains Your express consent, any revised Privacy Policy will apply only to information collected by Attorney after such time as the revised Privacy Policy is posted by Attorney.

Information Collection

Personal Information

You need not provide Attorney with personally identifying information (e.g., name, telephone number, e-mail address, city and/or state of residence) as a condition of using the Website. However, Your failure to provide certain personally identifying information when asked will prevent certain features of the Website from functioning, or will prevent Attorney from effectively responding to certain of Your requests. The Website will collect only that personally identifying information that You affirmatively provide in response to a direct request.

Non-Personal Information

Attorney uses "cookies" to collect non-personally identifying information in connection with the Website. A cookie is a string of information that a website stores on a user’s computer, and that the user’s browser provides to the website each time the user submits a query to the website. The purpose of any cookie placed on Your computer will be to identify You as a unique user of the Website. Attorney does not use cookies to personally identify users of the Website. In addition, Attorney uses common tools to automatically gather information of the sort that web browsers automatically make available, such as the user’s: (i) IP addresses; (ii) domain servers; and (iii) computer and Web browser type (collectively “Traffic Data”).


The Website is not directed to children under thirteen (13) years of age. It is the policy of Attorney not to knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of thirteen (13).

Information Use and Disclosure

Personal Information

The Website and Attorney will use the personally identifying information You provide to perform the function or functions in connection with which You provide it. Attorney may disclose Your personally identifying information to third parties who assist Attorney in performing those functions, provided those third parties have agreed to abide by this Privacy Policy. Attorney will not without your prior consent disclose Your personally identifying information to unaffiliated third parties for direct marketing. Attorney reserves the right to disclose Your personally identifying information under the following circumstances: (1) when required to do so by law; (2) in response to a subpoena, court order, or other valid process; and/or (3) when Attorney believes in its sole discretion that disclosure is necessary to protect the property or rights of Attorney, third parties, or the public at large.

Cookie Policy – Tracking Over Time and Across Different Websites

“Cookies” are files that are placed on Your computer by websites that You visit or certain e-mails that You open. A cookie acts as a string of information stored on a user’s computer or mobile device, and that the user’s browser provides to the website each time the user submits a query to the website. The purpose of a cookie is to identify the user as a unique user of a service. Attorney uses both “first-party cookies” and “third-party cookies.” Attorney uses first-party cookies to gather visitor and access information relevant to customizing the service to Your interests.

If you do not wish to have first-party cookies placed on your computer or mobile device, you should set your browsers to refuse cookies before accessing the Website, with the understanding that certain features of the Wesbite may not function properly without the aid of cookies. If you refuse cookies, you assume all responsibility for any resulting loss of functionality.

In addition, Google, Facebook, Bing, Yahoo, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other third-party, non-affiliated companies (collectively, “Big Tech”) may use third-party cookies on our site to serve online interest-based advertisements to You on other sites. As an important example, Google often uses a cookie known as “DoubleClick” to enable Big Tech and their third-party marketing partners to serve advertisements to You based on information gathered during Your use of certain services or Your visit to certain websites.

Attorney may advertise on other third-party websites to You after You access the Website. Attorney and third-party marketing partners, including, without limitation, Big Tech, may use first-party cookies (such as the Google Analytics cookie) and third-party cookies (such as the DoubleClick cookie) to inform, optimize, and serve advertisements to You based on your use of the Website.

Business Transfers – Bankruptcy

Attorney reserves the right to transfer Your personally identifying information to a successor organization in the event of a merger, acquisition, or bankruptcy or other sale of all or a portion of Attorney’s assets. Other than to the extent ordered by a bankruptcy or other court, the use and disclosure of all transferred personally identifying information will be subject to this Privacy Policy, or to a new privacy policy if You are given notice of that new privacy policy and an opportunity to affirmatively opt out of it. Personally identifying information submitted or collected after a transfer may be subject to a new privacy policy adopted by Attorney’s successor organization.

Third-Party Websites

The Website may contain links to third-party websites, possibly including those of certain Attorney clients. This Privacy Policy does not apply to any information collected by those third-party websites. Before visiting or providing personally identifying information to any third-party website, You should review its privacy policy and practices, and should take those steps necessary to, in Your discretion, protect Your privacy.

Ability to Access, Update, and Correct Personal Information

You acknowledge that any communications sent by You to third parties by means of the Website, whether by e-mail or otherwise, are not private, and such communications may be read by third parties with or without Your knowledge. Further, You agree that the content of any communications that You send to third parties by means of the Website shall be non-confidential and non-proprietary. Attorney reserves the right to use such communication for any purpose.

Security of Personal Information

Attorney has implemented and maintains reasonable security procedures and practices to protect against the unauthorized access, use, modification, destruction, or disclosure of Your personally identifying information.

California Do-Not-Track Disclosures

Without changing or revoking any of Your privacy protections contained in this Privacy Policy, Attorney does not alter its behavior or change its services upon receiving “do-not-track” signals, as the term appears in Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code section 22575(b)(5).

January 22, 2020