Privacy Policy

Last updated: May 25, 2018

You are not required to provide us your information in order to use this site.

Richards Patent Law P.C. (RPL) does not collect personally identifying information from visitors to this site unless this information is either directly provided by the visitor or through the visitor’s browser (the privacy of which you can review and/or update in your browser’s settings).

The only personally identifying information we collect and/or store is the information you provide to us when you email us or use our e-mail sign-up form. When you submit this information to us, we treat this as a consent for us to use it only for the purposes described below. We will retain personally identifying information as long as needed or permitted in light of the purposes for which you submitted it to us.

We will not use information provided through your use of this site except to communicate via email, respond to direct inquiries, and/or to measure and analyze website traffic. The information collected will not be provided or sold to third parties.

Because we are based in the United States, we only use trusted third-party services who comply with the EU-U.S. and Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework in order to provide your data adequate protection when we communicate with you, store your information, and facilitate its transfer to us. These services include: DigitalOcean, SendGrid, and Google.

Please note that you may request that we take certain actions involving the information you directly provide to us. You may request that we provide you with access to this information, update it, and/or delete it by emailing You may also revoke the consent you have given us by emailing the same address; however, this does not affect information that has already been processed.

RPL reserves the right to change this Privacy Policy at any time without advanced warning to users of our site. Should any new policy go into effect, we will post it on this site. Any new policy will not be retroactive.

For individuals in the EU and greater European Economic Area, please note that you have a right to file any complaints regarding the policies and practices described here with the relevant supervisory authority in your country or region.