Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy when visiting the Lawyer in Europe web portal. When you browse the website for informational purposes, you do not provide your personal data, so we have no way of identifying you. However, as you use the portal, certain information is collected about your activity, such as visit frequency, browser settings and the location of your device. This data is stored as cookies and is not directly linked to your identity.

What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small piece of data that an Internet resource asks your browser to store on your device. This information helps a website to “remember” your actions or preferences during your visit.
Almost all browsers support cookies, but users have the right to customize their software settings to reject some or all cookies themselves. Also, any user is able to clear cookies at any time.
We use both our own cookies and third-party cookies on our website.

How are third-party cookies used?
Some Lawyer in Europe website options require the use of third-party services, such as embedded videos or links to external resources. These videos or links may use temporary files from third parties, so we ask that you read the privacy policies of these resources.

What are cookies used for?
Cookies are used to customise a resource for a particular user, for instance, by automatically setting the interface language or saving search settings. They do not reveal your identity; they just help optimise website performance.

How are cookies used for advertising?
Cookies and various tracking technologies such as web beacons, pixels and anonymous ad network tags are used to more accurately target ads and collect anonymised data for analytics and reporting purposes. Tracking pixels help us to improve the effectiveness of our advertising and allow us to identify when you have seen certain adverts. Because your software can request adverts and tracking technologies directly from ad network servers, they can manage your cookies as if you had visited their websites directly.

List of cookies used by the Lawyer in Europe website
Different types of cookies are used to optimise the Lawyer in Europe website performance:
Strictly necessary cookies that ensure the correct functioning of the web resource and allow users to interact with its functionality. These files do not contain any personal information about users. Rejecting them can adversely affect the performance of the website or parts of it.
Functional cookies that automatically store preferred user settings, including language and interface. They are also needed to authorise users, use chat and interact with comments.
Analytics cookies that collect and analyse information about users’ interaction with the resource, including frequency and duration of visits, location and other parameters. Google Analytics is responsible for collecting these cookies.
Social media cookies that synchronise information with users’ social networks. They allow you to make reposts on personal social media pages, navigate from the website to those pages, and perform other actions.
Google Analytics provides us with a variety of information, including your location, the IP address of your device, and your Lawyer in Europe traffic history. We use this information to optimise the quality of our services and provide a more convenient experience for our visitors.

Retention period of cookies
The website uses both session cookies and persistent cookies:
Session cookies are temporary cookies that are stored in your browser only for the duration of your visit to a resource and are automatically deleted when you close the browser.
Persistent cookies are files that save your preferences on the website and remain on your device even after you close your browser or restart your PC.

How can I reject cookies?
You can disable or block certain or all types of cookies set when you visit the Lawyer in Europe website by selecting your preferences regarding the use of these cookies on our website. Please note, however, that not using these files may limit your access to the interactive features of the website. For example, you’ll have to re-authenticate, select your language and set your preferences each time you visit again.
By using our website without deleting or rejecting some or all types of cookies, you automatically agree that we may store and use them.

Amendments to the Cookie Policy
The Lawyer in Europe website may use third-party scripts to improve the effectiveness of advertising, without affecting your identity or disclosing information about you, but only to help optimise the performance of the resource.
By using our website, you consent to the terms of the Cookie Policy. The website administration has the right to change this document without prior notice to users. It is recommended that you review this policy periodically to familiarise yourself with updates.
We advise that you check this Policy regularly to keep up to date with the latest information about cookies and related technologies.