Cookie policy

Privacy and cookie policy of VWEW Advocaten

  • With the exception of the data referred to in the following, VWEW Advocaten does not collect personal data on the basis of your visit to this website.
  • If you complete a contact form on this website to request information or if you register for a newsletter, submit a CV or pass any other data to us, then we may retain the personal data disclosed by you in order to be able to contact you.
  • Personal data that we collect via this website or via direct contact with you is at all times treated confidentially and is never divulged to third parties, other than with the prior, express consent of the party concerned or unless we should be under a legal duty to do so.
  • On request, you may consult your data in our records and may have it corrected or deleted.

Cookie policy.
Our website makes use of cookie technology. Cookies are small files that our website installs on your computer and are necessary in order to be able to surf or allow the website to remember the preferences of visitors to it (for instance, language preference) and thus improve their experience when using the site. Other cookies ensure that the website is correctly graphically displayed or that a website application functions properly. If you do not want our website to place cookies on your computer, you can configure your web browser to prevent this but, if you do so, that may prevent our website working properly or optimally.

This website allows you to ask questions or register for newsletters. Cookies are then used to remember whether you have already registered and to show certain messages that may only be visible to users who have already registered.

Additionally, when you enter details using a form (for instance on our contact page), cookies may be stored for the purposes of subsequently contacting you.

To optimise your user experience of this website, we use cookies that store details of your visit and browse behaviour on our website. These details are also used anonymously for statistical analyses of the behaviour of visitors to our website. We can use the information to improve our website and make it more user-friendly. This statistical research is strictly anonymous, but we can deduce from it which pages are most and least visited and ascertain the general habits of those who use our website. It also serves a means to track down browsing problems that might come to light on our website.

For certain analyses, we use Google Analytics. You can switch this off in various ways depending on which browser you use (third-party modules and extensions, blocking the website, etc.). For more information on cookies of Google Analytics, you can consult the Google Analytics official website.

The details we are able to access using cookies are on no account disclosed to third parties nor used for commercial purposes.