We respect your right to privacy
Any details that you give to us via this website or in any other way may be added to our database. You do not have to give us any personal information in order to use most of this website. However, if you wish to take advantage of some of the more personalised services that we offer, you will need to provide certain information.
Use of Personal Details
Our database of personal details (however we collect these details) is used by us, and third parties acting on our behalf, for client administration and marketing related purposes.
We may, from time to time, send you mailings which you have requested or we feel may interest you and/or are relevant to your business. Such mailings may include details of our products and services; newsletters; briefing notes and legal updates; and invitations to our various training seminars and other events.
We do not rent, sell or disclose your contact details to any other third party.
Contacting us about your information
If you would like to see the information we hold about you or would like to be removed from our database and/or any mailing lists, please contact our Practice Manager, Alan Dearsley.
To help us keep our database up-to-date, we would be grateful if you would let us know as soon as any of your contact details change or if you notice any inaccuracies in them. Please also let us know if you no longer wish to receive information or services from us.
In accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998, Ellisons Solicitors is registered as a ‘Data Controller’ on the public Register of Data Controllers as maintained by the Information Commissioner.
Cookies (Cookie Law)
Full details on the cookies set by Google Analytics are published on the Google website. Google also publishes a browser add-on to allow you to choose that information about your website visit is not sent to Google Analytics.
Our website uses a remarketing advertising service. Our remarketing service is provided by Google and other companies that show our ads on websites across the Internet. With remarketing, you may see ads for our products you have previously looked at. As an example: Suppose you visit a website that sells computers, but you do not buy a computer on your first visit to that website. The website owner might like to encourage you to revisit their site and buy a computer by showing you their ads again on other websites you visit.
We use remarketing for similar purposes so you may see advertisements for our products as you search the Internet. For this to happen, Google, or other remarketing providers will read a cookie that is already in your browser, or they place a cookie in your browser when you visit our site or other sites using remarketing. (This can only happen if your browser is set to let it happen).
When you visit another website that works with Google, or other providers of remarketing advertising, you may see ads for products you previously viewed although they may have nothing to do with the website you are seeing the ads on. So going back to the computer example, you may see ads for computers on a news or weather website. This happens because your browser is sending Google or other providers of remarketing the same cookie and encouraging you to revisit the computer website you previously visited to buy a computer.