Naomi Assia Law Offices are committed to preserving the privacy of our users. This Privacy Statement explains which information we collect and how we use it.
The Naomi Assia Law Offices website (the "Website") offers our users the option of receiving our newsletter. As part of our users participation in our message board service, Naomi Assia Law Offices request the user's e-mail address. The purpose of gathering this information is to help Naomi Assia Law Offices provide better service to our users. Naomi Assia Law Offices shall not share personal information about users with advertisers, business partners. All users should exercise caution when deciding to disclose any personal information on message boards, which are freely available to the public. Our users can at any time add, remove or revise e-mail addresses and any other information previously provided to Naomi Assia Law Offices, as well as opt-out of receiving our newsletter by sending email to "firstname.lastname@example.org", by visiting the Website and modifying the user's profile, or revising the registration form provided and sending it to the following address: Naomi Assia Law Offices, 32 Habarzel St., Ramat Ha' Chayal, Tel Aviv 69710, Israel.
Users should also be aware of the following: The details users elect to post during the registration procedure or thereafter become the property of Naomi Assia Law Offices upon receipt by Naomi Assia Law Offices; In no event will Naomi Assia Law Offices be liable to any user of the Website or other party affected by the Website for any damages including without limitation, any direct, special, punitive, incidental or consequential damages (including, but not limited to, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of programs or information, loss of profits and savings and the like), or any other damages arising out of the unavailability, use, reliance on, inability to utilize or improper use of the Website, even if Naomi Assia Law Offices will have been advised of the possibility of such damages, and regardless of the form of action, whether in contract, tort, or otherwise.