You may be able to set your browser not to accept cookies and the websites below tell you how to remove cookies from your browser. However, some of our website features may not function as a result.
We use the information about you primarily for the provision of legal services to you and for related purposes so that we can:
1. identify you and manage any matters or cases that you have with us;
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3. process your requests;
4. conduct research, statistical analysis and behavioural analysis;
5. carry out customer profiling and analyse your preferences;
6. let you know about other products or services that may be of interest to you—see ‘Marketing’ section below;
7. detect and prevent fraud;
8. do an online identity check;
9. make statutory returns;
10. comply with our legal and regulatory obligations;
11. customise our website and its content to our client’s particular preferences;
12. notify you of any changes to our website or to our services that may affect you; and
13. improve our services.
Our use of that information is subject to your instructions, data protection law and our duty of confidentiality.
The cookies we place on your device can fall into the following categories:
1. Persistent cookies—these are stored on your device in between browser sessions. These allow your preferences or actions across our website to be remembered allowing the site to load quicker on the second and so on visits. These will remain on your device until they expire, or you delete them from your cache
2. Strictly necessary cookies—these cookies are essential for you to be able to navigate our website and use its features. Without these cookies, the services you have asked for could not be provided.
The below provides more information about the cookies we use and why:
Used on our sign-up and “contact us” forms to make it easier for you to use
Some other cookies are used. Details of what they are and what they do can be found when you join our website and you can set your preferences.