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We use cookies to improve the website, services we offer and working relationships. The cookies we use are for research purposes and to understand the use of the website, including pages visited and time on a page. We will monitor and analyse this data to improve the website for the user. Data can be accessed by the host provider, a trusted source who will not trade, sell or offer free of charge any personal data, usage information or contact you for any promotional purposes.

We use session cookies which are temporary cookies that remain on your browser during your session. We use persistent cookies that remain in your browser file between sessions and are used to recognise you when you return to the site. We also use analytical cookies which recognise and count the number of visitors, how they move around on the website and when and where they leave. The web browser cookies we use may store information such as your IP address, browser type, information about what is viewed and interaction information. The tracking technologies we use enable us to understand how a visitor interacts with the website. This information is used to help us improve the services we offer.

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The firm uses Google Analytics. This service is provided by Google, Inc. A Google Analytic cookie will monitor your use of the website and the findings will be analysed by the firm for research purposes. Google may use the information collected for their own research and customer servicing purposes. By using this website you are consenting to Google using data gathered about you.

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You can manage cookies and what is stored on your device. Use your browser settings to refuse or to delete cookies. Some devices permit control though your settings. Users that do not want data collected by Google Analytics can opt-out by installing Google Analytics opt-out add-on. Further information can be found at: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

If you have a question about how we use cookies, please email us or use our contact us page.