The information we collect
We collect certain basic information about you when you visit our website. This cookie notice tells you about the information we collect:
- by means of ’cookies’ when you use our website
- by use of ‘web beacons’ embedded in our emails, and
- in the form of ’traffic data’.
We may amend our notice to reflect changes to our business, website, data protection law or other legislation. We therefore ask you revisit this notice on a regular basis to ensure you are familiar with its terms.
We use the cookies on this website to ‘remember’ information so that it can be passed from page to page and to collect website statistics. For example, in the Events section, the information you put into the booking form on any page is stored on the webserver, and a cookie is used to point to that information. When you click ‘next’ to go to the next page of the form, our website reads the cookie which points back to the stored information so that it can be accessed by our website.
Here are the cookies we use on this website.
|Sector||wardhadaway_sector||Used to display appropriate content on individual lawyers page based on which area of the website you have visited previously.|
|Cookie preference||WHCookie||This cookie is used to remember a user’s choice about cookies on the Ward Hadaway website. This cookie is, by default, set on arrival to the site with a value of ‘True’. If users choose to delete non-essential cookies, the cookie value is updated to a value of ‘False’.|
|These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where vistors have come to the site from and the pages they visited.
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· To uniquely identify visitors shown in Wordfence Live traffic.
· To track a user who was previously logged into WordPress but has logged out to ensure that Falcon cache does not show that user cached pages.
· If a user has visited a unique page that allows them to bypass country blocking a cookie is set to identify that user so that country blocking does not prevent them from viewing the site.
How to adjust your browser settings
You can give or withdraw consent to cookies by adjusting the settings on your browser.
For more information about cookies, please see the ICO website https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public/online/cookies
We have listed some browser-specific instructions here for convenience. Please note that there are different browsers and manufacturers upgrade them frequently. The best way to get the right instructions is to go to the manufacturer’s support page.
The following support/privacy pages (for some of the more common browsers) are correct as at 11-Jun-18.
- For Chrome, please see Google’s support page here: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647
- For Internet Explorer, please see Microsoft’s support page here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies
- For Edge, please see Microsoft’s privacy page here: https://privacy.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-10-microsoft-edge-and-privacy
- For Firefox, please see Mozilla’s support page here: http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences
- For Safari, please see Apple’s support page here for Macs: https://support.apple.com/kb/PH21411 and here for mobile devices: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201265.
If you have problems with these pages, can’t see individual cookies or want find out more about how cookies are handled within your browser, please go to the manufacturer’s site and search for the browser name and your cookie query.
We’ll tell you about new ways to indicate your consent to cookies as they become available.
Webpages or HTML emails may contain an electronic file called a web beacon, which allows us to count users who have visited that page or to access certain cookies. We include web beacons in marketing emails to determine which emails were opened (including by people to whom you forward the email) and to record whether links were clicked on. This helps us assess the effectiveness of our marketing communications and to ensure we are sending people information which they find useful. We will not know if you open an email if you do not download images when viewing one of our HTML emails, or if you choose to receive emails from us in plain text.
You cannot opt out of or refuse web beacons. However, where they are used in conjunction with cookies you can stop them by opting out of cookies. For details on how to do this, please see ‘How to adjust your browser settings’ above.
We keep a record of traffic data which is logged automatically by the server. This includes your IP address, the website address you visited before ours, the website address you visit after leaving our website and which pages you visit on our website. We do not store or analyse this traffic data in a way that identifies any individual. We keep traffic data for seven days.
We also use Google Analytics for website statistics – see above for details of how this works.