1. General

This is the cookie policy for the Valemus Law website. We want to protect the privacy of visitors to our website and that of our clients, and other individuals. Please read the following policy; it will help you to understand how we collect and use data via our use of cookies. We may change this policy at any time without giving you notice, so please check it each time you visit this website.

Valemus Law is a trading name of VLAW Limited, a company incorporated in England and Wales under company number 5342299 and whose registered office is located at Tallis House, 2 Tallis Street, London, EC4Y 0AB, England. For more information about VLAW Limited, please go to the regulatory page on our website.

2. Cookies

Cookies are tiny text files that are stored on a user’s browser. Most cookies contain a unique identifier called a cookie ID: a string of characters that websites and servers associate with the browser on which the cookie is stored. This allows websites and servers to distinguish the browser from other browsers that store different cookies, and to recognize each browser by its unique cookie ID… Or if you sign into a website, the website might use a cookie to recognize your browser later on, so that you don’t have to sign in again. Cookies also allow websites to collect data about user activity, such as how many unique visitors a page receives per month. All these applications depend on the information stored in cookiesValemus Law is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. We do not use 3rd Party / Tracking / Advertising cookies: Valemus Law does not actively track individuals visiting its website or individual pages of its website.

3. Contact forms and blog posts

Comments on blog posts contained within this site will result then your name, email address, IP address and message being stored in our website database. Your name, website address and comment (but not your email address) will be visible to the general public on the website. The Valemus Law website uses some cookies when you browse this website. These are used to ensure the website runs correctly and to improve your browsing experience. This is an entirely anonymous process and none of the information gathered identifies you as an individual.

The cookies used on this site are as follows:

Blog/Post Comments: Comments left on blog posts on the website may result in the storage of a cookie enabling your email address to be retrieved when you next post a comment.

Cookie Header: We have installed message alerting you to our privacy and cookie policy in the header of each page of this site. However, we ensure that you are not continually seeing this message on each page you visit during your session by using a cookie to remember you. User data is all anonymous.

Google Analytics: Analytics cookies store information about the pages you visit, the length of time you remain on our site, the route you took to reach our site and the pages you clicked on. Information supplied by cookies allows us to analyse visitor profiles and improve user experiences. The Analytics cookies do not collect or store personal information and cannot be used to identify individuals.

WordPress: WordPress is the Content Management System (CMS) used to run this website. It uses a “session cookie” when logging in and out and is essential for proper website operation. User data is anonymous.

You can delete cookies through the Tools menu on your browser.

4. Valemus Law usage of cookie information:

Valemus Law will use information obtained through the use of cookies in order to respond to enquiries, provide you with news updates through our newsletter if you have subscribed to it, or to resolve any issues or disputes you have raised regarding your use of our website. We will not share your personal information or email address with any third parties without your permission.

Please note that third parties (including, for example, advertising networks and providers of external services like web traffic analysis services) may also use cookies, over which we have no control. These cookies are likely to be analytical/performance cookies or targeting cookies.

You block cookies 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 essential cookies) you may not be able to access all or parts of our site.

5. Questions

Please email any questions, concerns or comments you have about this policy to