Cookies Policy

In accordance with the provisions of Act 34/2002 on Information Society Services, we inform you that the website (“L4LAW”), uses cookies. Cookies are small amounts of data that are stored on your browser, device, or the page you are viewing. Below we proceed to detail the different types of cookies used by L4LAW:

(I) Own Cookies: Are cookies that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment or device from a computer or domain that is managed by the owner of the web page and from which the service requested by the user is provided. 

  1. Session Cookies: Necessary for the correct use of the web page, the navigation of uninterrupted form remembering options of language or country. They are used to identify the same temporary session of a user or navigation session.
  2. Technical cookies: They store generic and anonymous information that does not include personal data, whose objective is to guarantee the functioning of the web.
  3. Registration: These are created with the registration of a user (log-in). They are used to identify the user once he has been authenticated within the Websites.

(II) Third-party cookies: L4LAW may contain cookies from third parties aimed to provide a better service that these third parties offer. An example of this use are the links to social networks that allow sharing the content of the website.

  1. Analytical cookies: are those that, handled by L4LAW or third parties, allow to quantify the number of visitors and statistically analyse the use made by the website users. The information collected by means of this type of cookies is used to measure the activity of the Web Site and for the elaboration of anonymized navigation profiles of the users, with the purpose of introducing improvements in relation to the analysis of the use data made by the users of the service.
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  2. External social media cookies: are used to allow visitors to interact with the content of different social platforms and are generated only for users of these social networks. The conditions of use of these cookies and the information collected are regulated by the privacy policy of the corresponding social platform.

If you wish to modify your browser’s cookie settings, you can do so by adjusting your browser options. Information on how to modify the cookie policies of the different browsers can be found in the following spaces:

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There are third party tools available online that allow users to detect cookies on each website they visit and manage their disabling. Web browsers are the tools responsible for storing cookies and from this site the user can exercise his/her right to delete or deactivate them. Neither this website nor its legal representatives can guarantee the correct or incorrect handling of cookies by the aforementioned browsers. Acceptance of this cookie policy implies that the user has been duly and completely informed about the use of data storage and recovery devices (cookies), as well as that L4LAW has your consent for the use of the same as established by Law. If you have any questions about the website’s cookie policy, please contact:

In the event of wanting to know in more detail what cookies consist of, you can use this link to access the cookie guide published by the Spanish Data Protection Agency.: