Baker Schulze Murphy Privacy Policy

Baker Schulze & Murphy respects your privacy. We strive to use information to provide the best possible service while respecting the confidentiality of information we are entrusted with. This Privacy Policy outlines the types of personal information we may receive or collect when you use our services, as well as some of the methods we use to safeguard your personal information.

  1. Collection of personal information

Information gathered from our online website is limited.  Our website may note the device used, referring domain, and location. We will also gather any information you choose to provide for us.  Consumers who fill out a contact form will provide their email, and optionally, their name, phone number, and message. Consumers who call you might have their name and phone number captured, depending on the information exchanged between your telecommunications service provider and ours.  Our website may also use cookies and other technologies to enhance your online experience and to learn about how you use our website and services. A “cookie” is a small file containing a string of characters that uniquely identifies your browser. While most browsers accept cookies by default, you can manually set your browser to refuse all cookies, accept cookies from specific websites, or highlight when a cookie is sent to your browser. Baker Schulze & Murphy, or more likely our providers of internet services and web service’s servers may also automatically record information when you visit our website, including the URL that directed you to our website, your IP address, browser type and the date and time of your visit.

In the event we enter into an attorney client relationship with you, we will need to collect personal information, which may include private information about your health, your health care, the facts relevant to any claim made by you or against you, and other highly personal information.  Information provided to us before an attorney client relationship has been established remains confidential under Arkansas law.  We collect personal information in order to open a file for you, establish your account, to handle billing and to understand your specific needs to serve you better. Personal information is information about you that is personally identifiable, such as your name, address, email address, social security number, any identifying numbers used by your health care providers, credit card number or phone number.

  1. How we use your information

The information Baker Schulze & Murphy collects is used to comprehensively understand your needs and interests, and permits Baker Schulze & Murphy to deliver a more consistent and personalized experience. For example, Baker Schulze & Murphy may use your information to:

  • assist you in completing a transaction or order;
  • communicate with you about products and services;
  • provide service and support;
  • update you on new services and benefits;

Your information may be aggregated with other clients’ information on a purely non-identifiable basis to understand how our products are used to help make them better.

Credit card information is used solely for payment processing and fraud prevention efforts. Credit card information, and other sensitive personal information required to process a credit decision, is not used for any other purposes by us or our financial services providers, and will not be retained any longer than necessary to provide your services, unless you request that we retain your credit card information to streamline your future purchases.

  1. Policy on sharing your information

Baker Schulze & Murphy will not sell, rent or lease your personal information to others.  We do not share our client information with other entities except where necessary to efficiently represent you.

We will not reveal information relating to representation of a client unless the client gives informed consent, the disclosure is impliedly authorized in order to carry out the representation or the disclosure is permitted by Arkansas Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 1.6, paragraph (b) as amended from time to time by the Arkansas Supreme Court.

We reserve limited the right to disclose information as required by law or to combat fraud.  We may have a good faith belief that access, use, preservation or disclosure of such information is reasonably necessary to: (a) satisfy any applicable law, regulation, legal process or legitimate governmental request, (b) detect, prevent, or otherwise address suspected fraud, security or technical issues, (c) enforce any applicable Terms of Service, including investigation of potential violations thereof, or (d) protect against imminent harm to the rights, property or safety of Baker Schulze & Murphy, its users or the general public as required or permitted by law.  In such event, we reserve the right to disclose your information for the limited purpose of achieving such objectives.  Your personal information is otherwise held confidential.

  1. Sites covered by this Privacy Policy

The Baker Schulze & Murphy website ( may from time-to-time link to third-party websites for your convenience and to provide easy access to additional useful information. Should you select such a link you will leave the Baker Schulze & Murphy website. Baker Schulze & Murphy does not control those sites nor their privacy practices, which may differ from Baker Schulze & Murphy‘s practices and policies. Any personal data you choose to provide to or that is collected by such third parties is not in any way covered by the Baker Schulze & Murphy Privacy Policy. We recommend that you read over such website’s privacy policy before providing any personal information. A link to another website from Baker Schulze & Murphy does not constitute an endorsement or representation about the value, quality or usefulness of anything found on that third-party website.

  1. Access to and accuracy of your information

Baker Schulze & Murphy utilizes online services to provide legal services efficiently.  Particularly in the age of COVID-19 it is often necessary for us to work on our files at remote locations (usually but not exclusively our homes).  For this reason, your information will be stored offsite so that we can access it—using proper passwords, personal identification numbers, and other security protocols—from wherever we are. Baker Schulze & Murphy strives to keep your personal information accurate and up-to-date. Towards this goal we utilize various technology, management processes and policies. In this age of quickly evolving technology, it is impossible to guarantee complete security of any information, but we resolve to take reasonable steps, including secure passwords and in some cases two-factor identification to preserve the confidentiality of your information.

We ask that you update your information as and when it changes so any information used to serve you remains as accurate as possible.

  1. Keeping your information secure

Baker Schulze & Murphy values your trust and takes it seriously. To prevent unauthorized access and disclosure, to maintain data accuracy, and to ensure the appropriate use of your information, Baker Schulze & Murphy utilizes physical, technical and administrative procedures to safeguard any personal information we collect.

  1. Changes to this policy

The world of technology changes quickly. If and when there are future changes to our Privacy Policy in response we will post them at

  1. Contacting us

We value your opinions and suggestions. Please email us with any questions or concerns (at [email protected], or alternately you can write to us at the following address:

Baker Schulze & Murphy
Attention:  Gerry Schulze
2311 Biscayne
Suite 300
Little Rock, AR 72227

We partner with Thomson Reuters, who might also collect data as part of our marketing efforts. To learn more about the Thomson Reuters privacy policy and the data that might be collected, please visit: Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement.