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As a professional service firm, we have professional and ethical obligations to keep the information we receive confidential as part of a client-advisor relationship.
The Federal Act defines personal information as information about an identifiable individual, excluding the name and title of an employee of an organization and the address and telephone number of the workplace. In other words, do not include personal information that you expect to find on a business card.
In most cases, we obtain your consent to the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information. Usually, if you hire our firm, we assume that we have your implied consent to the collection and use of your personal information, but we may at times ask for your verbal or written consent. Generally, we collect personal information directly from you at the beginning of, or during, a mandate. Sometimes, we may obtain information about you from others sources, such as a government registry or other professionals at your service.
We use your personal information to provide advice, issue invoices and maintain our database of clients. In addition, if you are applying for a position at Lehoux Boivin, we will use your personal information to assess your application. Finally, we may use your contact information (name, e-mail, and address) to provide you with the latest developments in accounting or Lehoux Boivin news and invite you to firm events.
You can withdraw your consent to the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information at any time, subject to legal and/or contractual restrictions and reasonable notice. Withdrawing your consent to the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information may affect our ability to represent you and provide you with advice.
Generally, we will not disclose your personal information to third parties without your consent, unless permitted or required by applicable laws or court orders. The following are some examples where we may disclose your personal information: such disclosure is necessary to collect fees or disbursements or when we contract with a third party to provide us with certain services, such as archival file storage or insurance. We could also disclose your personal information when we engage expert witnesses or other firms on your behalf.
It is important that the information we have on file is accurate and up-to-date. If, during a mandate, some of your personal information changes, please inform us, so we can make the necessary changes. We may also occasionally ask you if your personal information is up-to-date.
Lehoux Boivin uses various safeguards to ensure that your personal information is protected against loss, theft, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, copying or modification. These measures include the security of our physical premises, our professional obligations, protection software and firewalls to prevent computer unauthorized computer access or "hacking" as well as internal passwords to restrict access to our electronic files.
You have the right to challenge the accuracy and completeness of your personal information and have it amended, whenever necessary. You also have the right to request access to your personal information and receive information on how the information was used and disseminated, subject to certain exceptions prescribed by law. For example, if the requested information reveals personal information about another individual, your request for access may be limited or denied. If your request for access is denied, Lehoux Boivin will notify you in writing about the reason for the denial.
To request access to your personal information or modify it, please contact the advisor with whom you normally correspond.
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We may change this policy from time to time. These changes will appear on the web site, www.lehouxboivin.com, and will be available upon request by getting in touch with your contact at Lehoux Boivin.