Cookies are small text files placed on your device when you visit our website that are used to make the user’s experience easier and more efficient.

We may store cookies on your device where they are necessary for the operation of the website however, for non-essential cookies we need your permission.

How we use Cookies

We do not track individual users or use cookies to identify individuals. We use cookies to recognise you and your preferences, improve our website’s performance and collect analytical information for our business.

The Cookies we use on our Website

  1. Session Cookies: these allow us to track your actions during a single browsing session, but they do not remain on your device afterwards.
  2. Persistent Cookies: remain on your device between sessions. We use them to authenticate you and to remember your preferences. We can also use them to balance the load on our servers and improve your experience on our website.

Session and persistent cookies can be either first or third party cookies. A first-party cookie is set by the website being visited; a third-party cookie is set by a different website. Both types of cookie may be used by us or our business partners. Please note that third parties may also use cookies over which we have no control.

  1. Third Party Cookies
  2. Google Analytics: this is a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. The cookies used by Google Analytics help us to analyse how users use the site and to count the number of people who use the site. Google Analytics stores your IP address anonymously and neither Vero Law or Google associate your IP address with any personally identifiable information.

Categories of Cookies

The cookies we use are categorised by the role they fulfil on our website.

  1. Strictly Necessary: these are essential to enable you to move around our website and use features such as secure services, Without these cookies such services could not be provided.
  2. Functionality: allow the website to remember your choices and to personal certain features. These cookies may be anonymised and cannot track your browsing activity on other websites; and
  3. Performance: collect information as to how users use the website. These cookies don’t collect information that identifies a visitor. The information collected is aggregated and used to improve our website.

None of the cookies employed are classified as Behavioural Targeting.

Disabling Cookies

If at any time you wish to disable our cookies you may do so through the settings on your browser. However, if you choose to disable or delete our cookies that will prevent certain important areas and features of our service from functioning properly. You can find additional information at