Privacy Policy

Our goal is to maintain your trust and confidence when handling personal information about you. Dearson, Levi & Pantz, PLLC (“DLP”) is dedicated to ensuring that your privacy is secured. If you are a client of our firm and would like to discuss questions or concerns about your privacy or the security of your information or data, please contact the attorney managing your matter.

DLP does not ordinarily collect personal information from guests using or accessing its website, except when the information is specifically provided by a guest when contacting us via the site. When contacting us via our website, please be vigilant and do not include any confidential personal information (e.g., social security number or passport number) in your communication.

Our server records automatically each visitor’s domain and IP address. This identifies the device that is being used to access our website, but it does not identify personal information about the individual user. We also may use cookies and pixel tags to gather information about guests’ use of our website. The information gathered is not personal but rather general, rudimentary information about the visiting device and its relationship to the Internet.

We reserve the right to use the information gathered by our server to follow on the volume and nature of use of our website, but we do not connect this information with any personal data about any of the website’s guests or visitors.

When you decide to provide us with personal information, we may use the information to make contact with you or to send you firm material or other related information. DLP does not sell or provide information obtained from its website to any third party.

You may opt out from receiving any material or correspondence from us by calling us at (703) 637-9882 or emailing to us at

While we use standard U.S. security methods to protect any data we obtain from our website, we cannot guarantee that these methods will prevent a third party from unlawfully capturing or accessing this information, and we disclaim any and all liabilities from such unlawful acts by third parties. We also cannot guarantee that the administration of this website will be free of errors which may allow such information to be accessed.

We reserve the right to change this policy at our discretion at any time and without advance notice. If we do change our policy, the new policy will become effective upon posting it on our website and will only apply to information collected after such posting.

If you have any questions about this policy, you can do so by sending an e-mail or letter to Attorney Zion Levi at Dearson, Levi & Pantz PLLC, 910 17th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006, or