Privacy Policy

ASAP Reporting Services Inc. and its affiliated businesses ("ASAP") are committed to maintaining the privacy of Personal Information in accordance with applicable legislation. This Policy is intended as a statement of principles regarding the protection of Personal Information of our customers and other individuals. 

Consent

By using the ASAP website(s) (including arbitrationplace.com), you agree that we may collect, use and disclose such Personal Information in accordance with this policy and as permitted or required by law. 

What personal information does ASAP collect? 

ASAP collects information from you in the regular course of doing business, and in particular when you fill out the Booking/Ordering forms on the ASAP website. Personal information that we may collect includes your name, address, email address, phone number, and professional affiliation ("Personal Information"). When visiting our website, we may also collect information about your computer, including your IP address, the type of operating system and browser you use, and your computer's location. 

How does ASAP use this information? 

The Personal Information collected by ASAP as part of the Booking/Ordering process is used to follow up on your booking request or order. Your e-mail address may be used to send you messages concerning your booking and other business you have with ASAP, or to send you occasional news and updates regarding ASAP and related products, services, and events. You may opt-out from receiving e-mails from ASAP at any time, though we may still continue to contact you regarding your existing orders or bookings.

 

To whom does ASAP disclose this information?

ASAP does not sell or trade your Personal Information. ASAP may disclose your Personal Information to certain trusted third parties, including:

  • independent contractor court reporters and other related service providers;

  • financial institutions (in connection with the processing of any payments made by you to ASAP);

  • persons who, in ASAP's reasonable judgment, are acting as your agent in seeking or providing your Personal Information (e.g., your legal counsel); 

  • other third parties, subject to your consent or where such disclosure is required or permitted by law. 

Use of Cookies

ASAP uses cookies on its website(s), which are hosted by Wix.com. Please visit Wix directly to learn more about its use of cookies. 

Third party links

ASAP assumes no liability or responsibility for the content of any third-party websites that are linked to the ASAP website(s). 

Further Information

For more information regarding our Privacy Policy, please contact us directly