Privacy Policy

Last Modified 8/9/2022

Stark Business Law PLLC (the “Firm,” “us,” or “we”) provides the website (the “Site”) and takes your privacy and security seriously. This Privacy Policy explains how we collect, use, share and protect personal data (“Personal Information”) we receive from users.

We collect Personal Information from users when they view, access, or use the Site.  

By using the Site or our Services, you agree to be bound by this Privacy Policy in full. If you do not wish to provide Personal Information or be bound by this Privacy Policy, you may not use the Site or the Services.

The Company reserves the right to modify, change, or replace this Privacy Policy at any time by updating this document. You agree to be bound by the most recent version of the Privacy Policy available on the Site. The date of the last modification will be displayed near the top of the Privacy Policy.

As a law firm within the United States, our site is only intended for users in the United States.


Information You Provide Voluntarily. We will collect Personal Information you submit through forms, email, or otherwise transmit to the Firm. Please note that submitting information to us does not create an attorney-client relationship.   

Information Provided Automatically. The Firm’s website may use analytics software to collect information from visitors automatically. This may include:

  • Your IP address.
  • Information about your device.
  • Information about your location.



In order to allow the site to work efficiently or remember preferences, we may use a feature in your browser called a “cookie,” which is a piece of information stored on your computer, that identifies your requests on the Site. Cookies may be used for various purposes, including the tracking of your preferences which you indicate while visiting or using the Site. To opt-out of these cookies, please visit the following URLs:



We will only share non-anonymized Personal Information with third-parties to the extent required by law or at your direction.

We may use Personal Information internally in order to provide legal or other services, contact you, provide you with information about the Firm or send you a newsletter you have requested.


You may encounter links to third party websites, videos, pictures, and applications (“Third-Party Links”) when using the Services. We cannot control the content on these Third-Party Links and we can make no guarantees as to the protection and privacy of any information which you submit to these Third-Party Links. Please exercise caution when accessing Third-Party Links. 


We do not knowingly collect Personal Information from any child under the age of 13. Further, you may not use the Site unless you are at least 18 years of age, or are doing so with the supervision of a parent or legal guardian.  You acknowledge and consent to taking such steps as are necessary in order to verify your identity and your age for the purposes of complying with applicable law, in order to use the Site.  If you believe we have collected Personal Information from a child under the age of 13, please contact us immediately.


We use commercially reasonable methods of protecting your Personal Information. Nevertheless, we cannot guarantee the safety or security of any Personal Information. Further, transmission of Personal Information cannot be made completely secure. For that reason, you agree to transmit Personal Information to the Company solely at your own risk.

Please visit the “Contact” page of our site to contact us with any questions.