Privacy Policy

Last Updated: February 11, 2019

Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy describes how Hopkins & Carley (“We”, “Our” or “Us”) collect and use information about visitors to our website (“Site”). By using this Site, you acknowledge and consent to our practices described below. If you have questions or comments about this Privacy Policy or our use of your personal information, please contact us at

You may use our website without disclosing to us any personal information from which you may be individually identified, which may include, for example, your name, address, phone number, and email address, company and country (referred to in this policy as “personal information”).

We collect personal information about you only if you choose to provide it to us by, for example, requesting information or registering for an event sponsored by our firm. We may also collect information relevant to your information request or the event for which you are registering.

We do not share any personal information gathered on this website with third parties for direct marketing purposes.  We do not use browser cookies to track user behavior on our website. Although our web server does log certain technical information automatically, such as the identity of your Internet Service Provider and your computer's IP address, none of this technical information reveals your identity to us, and it is not associated with any personal information you may choose to provide.

Any email messages and associated information that you send to the email addresses of Hopkins & Carley professionals published on this website are not governed by this policy.

We use the personal information you provide through our website to communicate with you about your use of the website and our services; to respond to your inquiries; to fulfill your requests; and for other related administrative, service and support purposes.

We also use the information we collect to measure the effectiveness of our online content and how visitors use our website. This allows us to learn what pages of our website are most attractive to our visitors, which parts of our website are the most interesting, and what kind of event offerings our website visitors like to see.

We may also use automated devices and applications in connection with our website, such as Google Analytics, to evaluate the use of our website and content. These tools gather non-personal data about users solely to help us improve our services and website user experiences.

To the extent that we collect personal information for event registration, we use the information solely in connection with organization of the event for which you registered. We use it, for example, to track registration, confirm attendance, and furnish certain details you have provided to us, such as your company affiliation, to other attendees.

If you request at the time of your registration, or at any time afterward, we may use this information to call to your attention similar events that might be of interest to you.

We do not share any user information gathered on this website with third parties for direct marketing purposes. Please note, however, that your registration information for a particular event may be provided to co-presenters or co-sponsors for that event, each of whom will be identified to you at the time of registration. Their privacy policies may differ from this one.

We may disclose your personal information if we reasonably believe we are required by law to do so.

If you are visiting our website from a location outside of the United States, please note that you will be connected through and to servers located within the United States, where data privacy laws may differ from those of your home country.   

Please contact us at with any questions regarding the personal information you have provided through this website or to request a change in how we use or process your personal information.

Where you believe that we have not complied with this privacy policy or applicable law, please contact us at so we may promptly address the situation.  You may have other avenues of redress depending upon the circumstances, such as with the EU Data Protection Authority.

If you want us to stop using your information, or if you want to change personal information you previously have provided to us via this website please contact us at  Regarding personal information you have provided for an event sponsored by us, you may contact the event coordinator directly via email or telephone. Marketing contacts for each event are listed on the Hopkins & Carley Events page. 

We allow you to opt out of future communications at any time by replying to any email you receive with a message that reads "Opt Out" in the subject line.

This policy is effective July 1, 2018. Any material changes to the policy will be published on this website. By your continued use of the website, you consent to the terms of the revised policy.

This website may link to websites maintained by outside organizations. Please be aware that these third-party websites are governed by their own privacy policies and do not fall within this policy. Our firm is not responsible for the content or policies maintained by these websites. Please familiarize yourself with the privacy policy of any third-party website you visit, as it will govern any information you submit through that website.

Because the security of transmission of confidential information over the Internet cannot be guaranteed, please do not disclose any confidential information to us via email or this website. Please note that providing personal or any other information to Hopkins & Carley through our website does not, by itself, engage our firm for legal services.

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