Personal Data – information we may collect from you
You do not need to provide us with personal data to browse our website, however, information such as your name, email address and telephone number may be collected when completing our “contact us” pages and is used for the sole purpose of us responding to you.
Personal data is only obtained and retained by us for the purposes of providing legal advice and services pertaining to your matter. We do not process your personal data for any other purpose. We use up-to-date procedures to keep personal data as safe and secure as possible and to protect against loss, unauthorised disclosure or access.
Storing your personal data
Personal information is held and stored securely until such time as it is no longer required. Where you are a client, your files will be retained as set out in our terms of business end of case letter. However, where a longer period of time is required by applicable laws, we may be obliged to retain your file for a longer period of time. If this is the case, we will ensure that your personal data continues to be treated in accordance with our policies and procedures.
Electronic transmission cannot be guaranteed to be completely secure. Although we will do our very best to protect your personal data, users contacting us through our website do so at their own discretion and personal details provided are done so at their own risk.
Cookies are data files stored on your computer or mobile devices by a web browser. They collect data about visitors to our website (e.g., what visitors have clicked, time spent on a page and other activities or interactions). They can also record and remember preferences, allowing a page to function in a certain way.
Session cookies expire as soon as the user exits the website. We do not use third-party cookies. Users are advised that if they wish to deny the use and saving of cookies from our website onto their computers or mobile devices they should take the necessary steps within their web browser settings.