ADR Systems

Privacy Policy

This privacy policy discloses the privacy practices for (website).  ADR Systems of America, L.L.C. (ADR Systems) does not collect any personal data on the website that is not voluntarily provided (personal information).  If you contact ADR Systems, ADR Systems will use any personal information you provide so that ADR Systems can respond to you regarding the reason you contacted ADR Systems.  Unless you ask us not to, ADR Systems will also use your personal information to provide you with information about ADR Systems’ services.

ADR Systems will not sell or rent your personal information to anyone.  ADR Systems will not share your personal information with any third parties outside of ADR Systems or its affiliates.

You may opt out of any future contact from ADR Systems at any time.  You may also contact ADR Systems to see what personal information ADR Systems has about you, change or correct your personal information, or ask ADR Systems to delete your personal information.  To opt out, change, correct, or delete your personal information, contact ADR Systems at

Because the website is operated in the United States, any information submitted to the website — from any location — will be automatically transmitted to ADR Systems in the United States.  The United States does not provide the same level of data protection as is required in some other parts of the world.  ADR Systems shall take reasonable precautions to protect your personal information but cannot guarantee the security of your personal information.

Judge Haddad is not afraid to express an opinion about the strengths and weaknesses of a case. He does not overdo it, but is clear and forthright.  Judge Haddad's extensive trial experience gives great weight to his comments.

James W. Ford, Esq.Ford & Britton, PC