Privacy Policies and Practices
Sewell Law will not disclose any nonpublic personal information about current or former clients obtained in the course of its practice except as required or permitted by law or authorized by the client related to such information. Permitted disclosures include providing information to employees and agents of Sewell Law and in limited situations to unrelated third parties who need to know such information to assist us in providing services to you. In all such situations, Sewell Law stresses the confidential nature of the information being shared.
As required by Missouri’s rules of professional conduct and by others, Sewell Law retains records relating to the professional services that it provides to its clients. Sewell Law data storage policies and procedures comply with the high professional standards of Sewell Law.
Unless otherwise stated, all information on this website is the intellectual and copyrighted property of Sewell Law. Its unauthorized use will be subject to legal action.
Clients of Sewell Law are entitled to receive, upon reasonable request, the information possessed by Sewell Law related to its representation of the client requesting such information.