Privacy Policy
Privacy Policy

Anthony Joyce & Co. has created this privacy statement to demonstrate its commitment to privacy. This privacy statement is exclusively related to our information gathering and dissemination practices for this website www.anthonyjoyce.ie.

Using a standard Web statistics service, the Anthony Joyce & Co. website logs IP addresses, browser types, and length of user sessions for administration and analysis purposes. Anthony Joyce & Co. may use your IP address to help diagnose problems with its server, to administer its website and to help improve the quality of service available on this site. Your IP address is used to gather broad statistical information. While a user’s visit or ‘session’ is tracked for statistics an individual site visitor is anonymous.

We only gather the personal information we need to fulfil your requirements. Any information that you provide through forms is not made available to any third parties, and is used by the Anthony Joyce & Co. only in line with the purpose for which you provided it.

This site has data security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under its control. Information held by this site is stored on password-protected computers, behind a firewall, and not accessible to the general public via the Internet.

Anthony Joyce & Co. guarantees to respect the privacy of your personal information at all times.

This site contains forms to request phone callbacks for free legal advice. None of the information collected in these information forms is stored in any sort of customer or marketing database and it is exclusively used to call you back. Your information is sent directly to a qualified solicitor and only used in relation to your request for assistance. If your proceed with instructing a solicitor or law firm, your information will be kept on file in full compliance with the Data Protection Acts, 1988 & 2003.

The Anthony Joyce & Co. does not collect or store any information supplied on this site. Your information is passed directly to a solicitor or law firm. That law firm is the relevant Data Controller.

You will only be ever contacted by solicitors in response to your request for legal assistance and any personal information divulged by you in conversation with a solicitor is strictly confidential as governed by Section 4.2 (“Professional Duty of Confidentiality”) of the Law Society of Ireland’s “Guide to Professional Conduct of Solicitors in Ireland”.