The website (operated by Onside Law LLP, company number OC435521, registered address of 642A Kings Road, London, England, SW6 2DU – “Onside Law”, “we”, “us” or “our”) uses some cookies and other tracking technologies. In summary, these distinguish you from other users of our website and may:

  • be essential to the running of the website;
  • help the website to perform more effectively;
  • enable us to understand our customers’ browsing behaviour; and/or
  • allow us to improve the website.

What are cookies and tracking technologies?

These essentially enable us to store information on your browser or device to enable us or them to identify you and monitor certain activities, for the purposes set out in this policy. They may: (i) expire at the end of your browser session (allowing us to link your activities during that session – these are often called “session cookies”); (ii) be stored on your browser/device in between sessions, enabling us to remember your preferences and actions for future visits. They need to be manually deleted or will expire after the particular period set by that cookie – these are often referred to as “persistent cookies”; or (iii) be set by third parties – often referred to as “third party cookies”.

Importantly, we will not use any cookies/tracking technologies (or permit any third parties to place these on our website) which are not strictly necessary for the operation of the website, without first getting your consent. You can always change your mind about all types of cookies/tracking technologies (see “How to block these cookies/tracking technologies” section below).

What type of cookies/tracking technologies do we use?

TypePurposeFurther Information
Strictly necessaryThese are required for the operation of our website.
Analytical/performanceThese allow us to recognise and count the number of website visitors, to see how visitors move around and use our website (including time spent on pages, download errors, click throughs etc). This helps us to ensure that our website is operating effectively and improve our services.Google Analytics – see here for how Google Analytics uses cookies.

How to block these cookies/tracking technologies

You can manage your settings and block cookies/tracking technologies by activating the setting on your browser that allows you to refuse the setting of all or some cookies. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including strictly necessary cookies) you may not be able to access all or parts of our website.