Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy sets out how Evo-Law Professional Corporation (“Evo-Law”, “we”, “us” and similar) collects, uses, and discloses information, including your personal information, through our website (the “Website”). You accept and agree to this Privacy Policy by visiting, browsing or using any of the features on the Website. If you do not agree to this Privacy Policy, please do not access or use the Website.


We collect information from you through the Website In the following ways:

  1. User-supplied information. When you fill out a contact form on the Website, you will need to provide your email address so that we may respond to your query. You may also asked to provide other personal information such as your name, phone number and location. If you engage with the Website through a chat session, you may be asked to provide additional personal information through the session. At no point do we require you to provide any sensitive information such as social insurance number, date of birth or bank, credit card or other financial information through the Website. If you submit such sensitive information through the Website, you do so at your own risk and we are not liable or responsible for any consequences resulting from the submission of this sensitive data.
  2. Web Server Logs. The Website is hosted with an hosting server provided that may collect server log data pertaining to visits to the Website. Such data may contain statistical information such as a visitor’s IP address, type of operating system time and duration of the visit, domains and browser type. This information is provided to us in aggregate form which we may use to improve the Website’s online experience for our visitors.
  3. The Website may use cookie technology whereby cookies, which are small text files containing a unique identification number, are automatically saved to the visitor’s computer. Cookies track information during a session and is stored temporarily. Cookies help us determine the total number of visitors to the Website and the types of internet browsers and operating systems that our visitors use. We use this information to facilitate and improve your experience with the Website. If you prefer not to accept cookies from the Website, you may set your internet browser to refuse cookies. You may not be able to use some features of the Website if you do not accept cookies.


We only use the information you provide in accordance with this policy or as permitted or required by law. We make use of the information provided in the following ways:

  1. Personal information that you provide us is used to communicate with you and to assess if Evo-Law is the right fit for your legal needs.
  2. We may use your personal information to send you newsletters about our services or other legal developments that may be of interest to you. You may change your preferences and unsubscribe from our mailing lists or otherwise opt out to receive such information at any time.
  3. Information we collect from web server logs and cookies may be used to assess use of the Website and traffic, improve the services we provide from the Website and to diagnose or fix technology information.


Generally, we do not disclose your information to anyone other than members of Evo-Law. However, we may disclose your information to our third-party service providers to assist us with hosting the Website, marketing, technical support and emails. All such service providers are limited to using the information only for the purpose of providing us the relevant services, and practice industry-standard privacy and security measures.

Our third-party service providers may be in Canada or another jurisdiction, and any information accessed or stored in another jurisdiction, will be subject to the laws of that jurisdiction. If you use or access the Website, you acknowledge and agree to your information being accessed by such third-party providers located outside Canada.


We retain all information, including personal information, for as long as it is needed for the purpose for which it was collected. This period may extend beyond the end of your relationship with us, but will be for only so long as we need it to fulfill its original purpose. All personal information that is no longer needed will be deleted or erased or anonymized so that it is no longer identifiable.


We use standard physical, organizational and technological measures to protect the security of personal information that we hold. Unfortunately, no measures are guaranteed to be absolutely secure, and therefore, we cannot guarantee the security of your information. Accordingly, we are not responsible for any disclosure of confidential information except to the extent that such disclosure is made intentionally or through our gross negligence.


You can request to view your personal information by emailing us at You can ask

-to see what information we have about you, if any,

-change/correct any information we have about you,

-to delete any information we about you; and/or

-opt out of future communication with us.


The Website may contain links to other websites. We are not responsible for the practices of any of these other websites, and this Privacy Policy does not apply to these third part website. All interactions and activities on any third-party website that the Website links to is subject to that third-party’s rules and policies.


We may amend this Policy at any time in response to changing legal, regulatory or operational requirements. We will post the amended Policy on the Website. Please review this Policy regularly to review any changes.