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Privacy and cookie policy

Personal data
In its operations and in contacts with you, Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland collects personal data, but only to the extent necessary to maintain contact and to prepare statistics concerning visits to our website. On the basis of log files, statistics may be generated to help operate the online service, but they do not contain any identifying characteristics of persons visiting the site.

We hereby inform you that your personal data will be processed for the foregoing purposes by Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland sp. k. with its registered office at ul. Jasna 14/16a, Warsaw, Poland, and that you have the right to access and correct your data. Your personal data will not be provided to other entities.

Submission of personal data is voluntary.


For statistical purposes, cookies used by Google Analytics are used on our website. By using our website, you consent to such use of cookies unless your web browser has the option of disabling cookies selected.

Cookies are not used to obtain any information about users of the service or to track their navigation online. The cookies used do not store any personal data or other information collected from users.

Information about the types and functions of cookies used by our site is presented in the table below. More information on cookies used by Google Analytics may be found at:

 File nameDescription
 __utmaThis type of cookie file is saved by the user’s browser during the first visit to the site. If the file is manually deleted from the user’s disk, a new __utma file with a different identifier will be saved the next time the user visits the site.This type of file is used to identify unique visits to the site and is updated every time the page is opened.
 __utmbThis type of cookie file is used to set up and continue the user’s session on the website. When the user views another sub-page of the site, Google Analytics updates the file. If a __utmb file is not found, a new file is saved on the user’s disk and a new session is created.Each time the user visits another sub-page of the site, this file is updated, until it expires after 30 minutes.
 __utmcThis type of cookie file operates in conjunction with the __utmb file described above in order to determine whether or not to establish a new session for the user. This file has no fixed expiration time, but is deleted when the browser is closed. If the browser is closed but launched again within 30 minutes, the absence of a __utmc file signals the need to create a new session even though the __utmb file has not expired.Creation of a new session.
 __utmzThis type of cookie file stores information on the source from which the user reached the site (directly, a link from another site, a search engine, or an ad).Storing information on the source of visits.

If you do not wish cookies to be enabled, please turn off this function in your web browser settings. You will find specific information on this topic at the website of the firms providing the software (web browser).

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