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In this privacy notice for California residents (“California Notice”), Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP (a limited liability partnership organized under the laws of the State of New York, USA) and its associated entities and offices practicing under the Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle name in other jurisdictions (collectively, “Curtis”) provide information as required by the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”). This California Notice applies only to California residents and shall not be construed to extend any right, privilege or remedy referenced herein except as required by applicable law. This California Notice supplements but does not supersede the Privacy Statement for California residents. To the extent that this California Notice is applicable and contradicts the Privacy Statement, this notice shall control.
As used in this California Notice, “personal information” means any information that identifies, relates to, describes, is reasonably capable of being associated with or could reasonably be linked, directly or indirectly, with a particular California resident or household.
This California Notice applies to the personal information we collect, both online and offline, about California residents.
This California Notice does not address or apply to:
1. Personal information we may collect, use and disclose
Curtis may collect and use the following categories of personal information about California residents:
Examples of Personal Information
Name, postal address, email address, IP address, social security number, driver’s license number, passport number or other identification number
Paper and electronic customer records containing personal information, such as name, signature, social security number, physical characteristics or description, address, telephone number, passport number, driver’s license or state identification card number, insurance policy number, education, employment, employment history, bank account number, credit card number, debit card number or any other financial information, medical information or health insurance information
Age, gender, national origin, citizenship, marital status, race, color, sex, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, religion or creed, medical condition, physical or mental disability and genetic information (including familial genetic information)
Records of property, products or services purchased, obtained or considered, and other purchasing or use histories or tendencies
Audio, electronic, visual, olfactory or similar information
CCTV footage, photographs and audio recordings
Precise location information about a particular individual or device
Internet or other electronic network activity information
IP address, browser type and version, device identifier, location and time zone setting, network and/or service provider, operating system and platform, page response time and download error, browsing history, search history and length of visit to certain pages of websites
Professional or employment-related information
Professional relationships and background, employment, employment history and performance evaluations
In the prior 12 months, Curtis has not sold any personal information about California residents.
In the prior 12 months, Curtis has disclosed the above categories of personal information about California residents for business or commercial purposes.
2. Purposes for collecting, using and disclosing personal information
Curtis may collect, use and disclose personal information about California residents for the following purposes:
3. Sources of personal information
The sources from which Curtis collects personal information about California residents may include:
4. Disclosure of personal information
The personal information that we collect about California residents may be accessible to all other Curtis entities. You can find information about the Curtis entities here. We may share personal information with the following categories of third parties:
5. Rights and restrictions under the CCPA
The CCPA grants California residents certain rights, and imposes certain restrictions on businesses, as set forth below:
California residents who wish to exercise their rights to access, know and/or delete their personal information, to the extent permitted under the CCPA, may call Curtis, toll free, at +1 (212) 696-6000 or may submit a request via this email form. We may require additional information from you in order to verify your request, as required by the CCPA.
Curtis will disclose and deliver the required information free of charge within 45 days of receiving your verifiable request. The time period to provide the required information may be extended once by an additional 45 days when reasonable necessary and with prior notice.
6. California Shine the Light Act
Under California law, if you are a resident of California, you are also entitled once per year to request and obtain certain information regarding Curtis’ disclosure, if any, of your personal information to third parties for their direct marketing purposes during the immediately prior calendar year. To make such a request, please contact our Privacy Officers with your full name, email address and postal address in your message. In response to your request, Curtis will provide you with a notice describing the cost-free means to opt-out of Curtis’ sharing (if any) of your personal information with third parties with whom Curtis does not share the same brand name, if the third party will use it for their direct marketing purposes.