Parsons Behle & Latimer (the “Firm”) is committed to being a responsible custodian of the information you provide to the Firm. 

This page describes how the Firm may collect, use, and share information you have provided to it through its website located at (the “website”). 

Types of Information the Firm Collects

The Firm collects the information you provide to it while using the website.  The website may collect other information about how you use the website so the Firm can improve the website’s performance. 

The website uses cookies to collect and store certain information about how you use the website.  If you would like to manage how your browser uses cookies, you can change your browser’s cookie setting by visiting the appropriate link below:

How the Firm Uses Collected Information

The Firm may use the information you provide to:

  • Respond to your inquiries;
  • Determine whether the Firm can form an attorney-client relationship with you;
  • Provide legal services requested by you;
  • Send you newsletters, legal updates, marketing communications, and other information the Firm believes may be of interest to you;
  • Maintain the Firm’s contact list;
  • Evaluate how people use the website; and
  • Comply with legal obligations.

How the Firm Shares Collected Information

The Firm does not sell your information to third parties.  The Firm shares information between its offices and business entities for business and IT administration, billing, promoting events and services, and providing legal services. 

The Firm may disclose information to third-party service providers to help the Firm host the website, facilitate correspondence with you, market the Firm’s services to you, and for business and IT administration.    

How the Firm Protects Collected Information

The Firm implements administrative, technical, and physical safeguards to protect the information you provide to it.  When the Firm uses third-party service providers, the Firm asks those service providers to implement administration, technical, and physical safeguards to protect the information the Firm provides to such third-party service providers. 

However, no information system is 100% secure.  Accordingly, the Firm cannot guarantee that your information is absolutely secure within the Firm’s or its third-party service providers’ information systems. 

Your Rights

Local laws may grant you certain rights regarding the information you have provided to the Firm.  We encourage you to contact us to update or correct your information if it changes or if you believe that any information that we have collected about you is inaccurate. 

In some jurisdictions, you may have a right to complain to your local authorities.  If you would like to discuss or exercise your rights, please contact us via this link

Privacy Notice

In addition to the Firm’s website, the following table lists the services where we gather information from our clients, the legal basis for processing that information, who we share that information with, and how long we retain that information. 


Description of Service 



Prospective-client consultation and the provision of legal services.  


Billing and accounting.


Categories of Personal Data


Personal identifiers, personal history, social and contact information, and financial data.



Social and contact information, and financial data.  


Categories of Data Subjects


The Firm collects this information from prospective clients, current clients, past clients, opposing counsel, and third parties who have information about individuals or entities involved in matters with our clients.



The Firm gathers this information from prospective and current clients.


Purpose of Processing


The Firm primarily collects this information to provide legal services.

The Firm may use information from its clients for marketing, event planning, and updates about the Firm’s legal services.



The Firm uses this information to setup new matters for prospective clients, setup matters for current clients, and administer accounts for current clients.



Legal Basis for Processing


The Firm processes this information to enter into or facilitate contracts.

The Firm may process this information pursuant to legal obligations.

The Firm may process this information for legitimate business purposes.



The Firm processes this information to enter into contracts or administer contracts with its clients.



Automated Processing or Profiling


Not applicable. 



Not applicable.



Categories of Recipients who Receive This Personal Data


The Firm uses third-party providers for business administration; network management, administration, and security; communications; contact management; customer relations, marketing, and estate planning.



The firm uses third-party providers to manage billing entries, billing records, and provide clients with bills.


Whether the Personal Data is Transferred Outside of the European Economic Area


The Firm and its third-party service providers process this information in the United States.



The Firm and its third-party service providers process this information in the United States.



Retention Period


Generally, the Firm keeps this information for eight years after a matter has ended.  However, the Firm may delete this information earlier if required to do so by a legal order or a client’s request.



The Firm keeps this information for 10 years after the conclusion of a relationship with the client.


Your Rights with Regard to the Data We Collect

You may ask the Firm to access, rectify, erase, and restrict how we process your Personal Data. You may review the Personal Data we have in our Information and Communications systems concerning you and make corrections to that Personal Data.  In certain circumstances, you may even ask that we delete some of the Personal Data we may have collected about you or restrict how we process that information. 

We will endeavor to respond to your requests within 30 days. Should we be unable to comply within 30 days, we will contact you and let you know of any delay.

Authorizing Your Request:

Before the Firm can act on your privacy request, you must authenticate your identity with the firm.  We will ask you to provide us with your name and other information such as your zip code, telephone number, or other information that will help us authenticate your identity. 

Exercising Your Rights

If you want to exercise your rights, you may contact the Firm or our privacy point of contact at:


  Privacy Point of Contact

  Parsons Behle & Latimer
  201 South Main Street, Suite 1800
  Salt Lake City
  United States
  201 South Main Street, Suite 1800
  Salt Lake City
  United States

The Firm will not discriminate against you because you have made a request to exercise your privacy rights.

The Privacy Point of Contact listed above, as well as employees who work with the Privacy Point of Contact, have received training to help you exercise your privacy rights.

Contacting Supervisory Authorities

If you would like to lodge a complaint against us, you may contact your local supervisory authority. If you have trouble locating a supervisory authority, please contact Privacy Department above and they will help you contact a supervisory authority.

Changes to this Privacy Page

The Firm may update this page from time to time.  The effective date of this policy is January 1, 2020.  The Firm encourages you to periodically review this page.