ACC's Privacy Statement

The Association of Corporate Counsel("ACC") is committed to and recognizes your need for protection and privacy issues on the Internet.

In general, you can visit our Web site without telling us who you are or revealing any information about yourself. We do collect the IP addresses and domain names of visitors for site administration purposes, such as to analyze this data for trends and statistics. No personal information is obtained, but the patterns of usage may be tracked and monitored. We may share statistical or aggregated non-personal information about our users with advertisers, business partners, sponsors and other third parties. This data is used to customize our Web site content and advertising to deliver a better experience to our users.

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ACC's Antitrust Statement

ACC members need to be mindful of constraints of anti-trust or competition laws when engaging with each other at ACC-hosted activities. ACC’s Annual Meeting, Chapter Events, Workshops, Group Gatherings, Webcasts, Seminars/Sessions, Electronic Community Platforms, Social Networking groups, and any other group gathering (facilitated by technology or in person) are conducted for educational purposes, to provide a forum for the open discussion and free exchange of ideas among companies that may otherwise compete in the marketplace. At any gathering, members are reminded that it is their responsibility to avoid (and where they see others acting in such a manner, to discourage) any agreement or inappropriate conversations that could have anti-competitive effects or could constitute a restraint on trade. In discussing the pros and cons of a topic, members may express an opinion, but must avoid collective agreements on how any particular issue/matter should be handled. For more information on appropriate and inappropriate competitive behavior at ACC meetings, please feel free to consult ACC's Competition Law Guidelines.