Privacy Policy

Reid and Riege, P.C. (the "firm") is committed to protecting client information. The firm has a long tradition of maintaining client information as confidential. We observe the standards required by the Connecticut Rules of Professional Conduct which govern the legal profession and other rules that may be adopted by appropriate governing bodies from time to time. We have designed our website to allow you to visit most areas without identifying yourself or supplying personal information. For those areas where you are requested to provide identifiable information, we assure you that it will be used only to support your communications with the firm.

Disclosure of Website Information

We do not sell or knowingly disclose any information that we receive from you to third parties. When you visit we collect information that is used for our marketing purposes and to improve site content. Any information that you provide may be used to contact you with information that we feel may be useful.

We are not responsible for the practices or policies of the websites linked to or from our website.

About "Cookies"

When browsing a website, a cookie identifies only your computer browser. Under no circumstances can a cookie identify you as an individual to this or any other website. Any cookie set on your computer by the Reid and Riege website is used for the sole purpose of identifying you as a return site visitor, and it is not shared with any other website. This allows us to identify general information and respond with internal marketing strategies, based on preferences or interests you have indicated while visiting the site. If you would rather not take advantage of the benefits made possible by cookies, most browsers allow you to reject them or to choose which cookies to accept.


When you complete our email form or sign-up to receive marketing communications, we collect your name, email and postal address.  We use this information to send you updates that may be relevant regarding legal developments, firm events and news.  Although many users appreciate receiving newsletters or other information, we recognize the importance of providing you with the option to decline. At any time, you may contact Reid and Riege, P.C. by email, postal mail or telephone and request that specific communications be discontinued. Please specify which items you wish discontinued and include your email address.

Postal mail may be sent to:
Reid and Riege, P.C.
Attention: Website Manager
755 Main Street, 21st Floor
Hartford, Connecticut 06103

Email may be sent to:

Telephone communications may be made by calling:
(860) 278-1150

Public Act No. 08-167

In accordance with Public Act 08-167, "An Act Concerning the Confidentiality of Social Security Numbers," Reid and Riege, P.C. safeguards all personal information from misuse by a third party and destroys all personal information on computer files and documents prior to disposal of the information. This practice includes protecting the confidentiality of, prohibiting unlawful disclosure of and limiting access to social security numbers. This practice includes personal information belonging to any person, including employees, clients and job applicants.

Contacting Reid and Riege, P.C.

If you have any questions about the Disclaimer or Privacy Policy, the practices of this website or your dealings with this website, you can contact the firm by email, postal mail or telephone, all of which are listed above.

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