Privacy Policy

We have posted this privacy policy to notify you of the current privacy practices of Cyber Counsel and its affiliated entities.  As attorneys, we recognize and take seriously our professional obligation to keep information about current and former clients (referred to in this document as “you”) confidential and secure, in addition to any obligations that may be imposed by State or Federal law.

Information We Collect

In the course of providing legal services to you, Cyber Counsel may collect various types of personal information directly from you and, with your authorization, from third parties such as accountants, financial advisors, insurance agents, banking institutions, and other advisors.  We also may collect personal information of companies and individuals who are former clients, or who have not been our clients.

Examples of personal information are name, physical and e-mail address, account balance information, personal balance sheet and income information, and other nonpublic information that you provide to us in order to obtain a financial product or service, such as tax preparation service, from us.  Nonpublic information can include the fact that an individual is or has been a client.

We do not collect personally identifiable information (PII) about you on this website, unless you choose to fill out our Contact Us form, found on the website or if you email us directly.  We may collect information that does not contain PII when you visit our website, such as the type of browser you are using or the IP address you are using.

Information Sharing and Use

We will use the information you provide in the Contact Us form on this website to respond to your inquiry and may retain this data for a reasonable time.  We may share information about you with our affiliate law firms.

We do not disclose any nonpublic personal information about clients, prospective clients, or former clients except as required or permitted by law.  Under US federal law, we are permitted to disclose nonpublic personal information under certain circumstances such as: (a) when you consent; (b) when disclosure is necessary to carry out a transaction that you have requested; (c) in connection with a fraud investigation; or (d) to comply with a properly authorized subpoena or similar legal process.  Even if federal law permits us to disclose your nonpublic personal information, we will not disclose such information unless we are permitted to do so under the Rules of Professional Conduct of the State of Louisiana or other applicable jurisdiction.

Protecting the Confidentiality of Nonpublic Personal Information

We value your trust and handle information about you with care.  It is our policy to restrict access to personal information about you.  To protect your personal information, Cyber Counsel maintains physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to avoid unauthorized disclosure.

Informational and Marketing Activities

With your consent, we may also use your personal information to provide you information about legal developments and to conduct other marketing activities.  These activities may involve e-mails, other online content, and physical meetings.

Contacting Us

If you have any questions about our privacy practices or if you feel that we have not handled information about you properly, please contact us at so that we may address your inquiry or issue.


Our privacy policy may change occasionally, however you may always review our current policy on our website at or contact us.