Terms and Conditions
Terms and Conditions This website provides general information about Omnia Law Professional Corporation (“Omnia Law” or “Firm”), its services, and on legal topics and related matters. No content should be relied upon as legal advice. If you require legal advice, you should retain qualified legal professionals to advise you in the context of your particular circumstances. If you would like to retain Omnia Law Professional Corporation to give you legal advice, please contact the Firm who will be pleased to discuss whether or not the Firm assists you. Until Omnia Law specifically agrees to act for you on a matter, you should not provide the Firm with any unsolicited confidential information or material. Unsolicited information and material will not be treated as confidential and will not be protected by any lawyer-client privilege.
Omnia Law provides legal services to a wide variety of clients and uses personal information that is collected to fulfill professional duties and legal responsibilities, and also to manage its business.
What Information does Omnia Law collect?
Any personal information you do provide is protected under Canada’s Personal Information and Electronic Document Act (PIPEDA)**
The kind of information that the Firm collects includes, but is not limited to:
- Identifiers such as your name, e-mail address, contact details, nature of the client and your legal issue such as when you e-mail the firm a case evaluation e-mail or book a mobile notary appointment;
- Information related to your legal issue such as financial information, details of your property ownership, and your legal issues such as your family, employment, health, or tax issues;
- Any other information that you submit to Omnia Law in connection with your consultation with the Firm, or its legal representation of you;
- Information that you share with the Firm in communications with it whether it is offline, or online; and
- Information that the Firm may collect with your consent or as permitted or required by law.
Omnia Law uses this information:
- To provide you with legal services;
- To avoid conflicts of interest;
- To communicate with You;
- To administer billing, database, and accounting processes;
- To provide you with material on our services and developments in the law, and to invite you to the Firm’s information seminars (you are free to opt-out by unsubscribing or contacting the firm);
- To protect you from error and fraud;
- To fulfill legal and professional obligations; and
- As permitted or required by law or for purposes for which you provide consent.
How Omnia Law collects personal information:
- Through the information You provide on omnialaw.ca (the “Site”).
- Through e-mails with Firm staff
- By third-parties which connect You with the Firm, such as real-estate agents, accountants, etc.
- Through information received from other law firms which have acted for You previously.
The Firm does not attach cookies to your computer’s memory when you visit the Site, but the Firm does maintain server logs and web logs which automatically collect and log all incoming traffic to the Site including your IP address.
How we disclose your information:
Omnia Law may disclose your personal information in the following circumstances, as well as others not listed:
- Where it is necessary to do so to fulfill professional and legal responsibilities;
- In connection with work on your file;
- Where it is required by law or Court order;
- When another firm is retained to act on your behalf;
- When it is necessary to collect fees, such as to a financial institution or collections agent;
- To regulatory or governmental authorities, including to the Law Society of Ontario; and
- When You have instructed and consented your information be disclosed for a designated purpose.
The Firm collects, uses and discloses your personal information with your consent or as permitted or required by law. your consent may be express or implied, depending on the circumstances and the sensitivity of the personal information in question. For example, in most cases, a client’s consent to the collection, use and disclosure of personal information by Omnia Law may be implied by the fact that the client has engaged the Firm to provide legal services, where the collection, use and disclosure of personal information relates to the performance of those services by Omnia Law.
If you provide personal information about another person to the For, it is assumed you have the consent of that individual to enable us to collect, use or disclose their information as described in this policy. If you choose to provide personal information to Omnia Law, we assume that you consent to the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information as outlined in this privacy statement. IF YOU DO NOT CONSENT, PLEASE DO NOT PROVIDE your PERSONAL INFORMATION OR, WHERE APPLICABLE, EXERCISE THE OPT OUT OPTIONS OFFERED. Subject to legal and contractual requirements and reasonable notice, you may refuse to consent to our collection, use and disclosure of your personal information or you may withdraw your consent to our further collection, use and disclosure of information about you by contacting us via the phone number or contact form on our website. Note that if you withdraw your consent to certain uses of your personal information, we may no longer be able to provide certain of our services. There are instances where we may collect, use or disclose your personal information without your consent, for example, to collect a debt you owe to us, to comply with a subpoena or court order, or to comply with the rules of court regarding the production of records.
Securing your Personal Information
Omnia Law takes security measures to protect your information from accidental loss and from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure. But the Firm cannot guarantee that unauthorized persons will always be unable to defeat the Firm’s security measures. These precautions include the following premises security, restricted file access, internal passwords and security policies, secure digital storage.
Links to Other Sites
Omnialaw.ca may from time to time post links to other sites with which the Firm cannot guarantee the safety of. By using those links, you affirm that you are visiting such sites at your own risk and Omnia Law cannot be held responsible for any harm that may befall You or your personal information from such visitation.
Changes to this Policy
Omnia Law reserves the right to change this Policy with out notice of any kind. You are encouraged to periodically visit this page to see any changes to the Policy. your continued use of the Site or the Firm indicates your consent to this Policy.
Last Updated: February 26, 2021