Cookie Policy

This is the policy of Clerens & Vennoten BV (operating under “Clerens Law Firm”) with respect to cookies. Clerens & Vennoten BV is a Private limited company (“Besloten vennootschap”/“société à responsabilité limitée”) under Belgian law, whose registered office is located at Avenue du Congo 1, 1050 Brussels, Belgium and which is registered in the Crossroads Bank of Enterprises under number 0828.040.203 (“Clerens Law Firm” or “we”).

The cookie policy is intended to inform you about the use of cookies by Clerens Law Firm on the Clerens Law Firm website This cookie policy must be read in conjunction with the privacy policy, which can be found here. This cookie policy can be amended, for example, in connection with new features on the website. We therefore recommend that you regularly consult this cookie policy. Important changes will be announced on our website. This version of the cookie policy was last modified on 31 August 2018.

A. Clerens Law Firm cookies

When you view our website, we automatically collect information through the use of cookies. We also use other technologies such as pixel tags, browser analysis tools, server logs and web beacons for similar purposes as described in this policy, and these may be included in our mailings. These technologies allow us to determine whether our messages were opened and whether the links were clicked. The information provided below about cookies also applies to these technologies.

B. What are cookies?

Cookies are small, simple text files that your computer or mobile device saves when you use our website. They ensure that you are recognized when you visit the website again.

C. Which cookies are used on the Clerens Law Firm website?”

We use first-party cookies (website owner cookies) as well as third-party cookies, session cookies and permanent cookies:

  • First-party cookies are cookies installed by Clerens Law Firm on our website.
  • Third-party cookies are cookies installed by domains other than those of the visited website (e.g. Google Analytics cookies).
  • Session cookies will be deleted after the user closes the browser.
  • Permanent cookies remain on the user’s device for a specific period of time.
Name of cookie Purpose Length of time saved Domain
“session cookie” Session cookies allow a user to be recognized within a website so that changing items or data on that website can be remembered across different pages. Until you close your browser Clerens Law Firm
cookie_agreed Cookie compliance. This cookie indicates that the user agrees with the cookies used on the website. 100 days after installation Clerens Law Firm
___utma ___utma cookies determine the first visit to the website via a particular browser. 2 years after installation Google Analytics
___utmb __utmb cookies are used to create and maintain a user session with the website. 30 minutes after installation Google Analytics
___utmc __utmc cookies create a time stamp when a user leaves the website. Until you close your browser Google Analytics
___utmt __utmt cookies do not contain user information but prevent too many requests being made to Google DoubleClick. 10 minutes after installation Google Analytics
___utmz __utmz cookies keep track of which channel the user used to reach the website (such as a direct referral link, a website search, an ad campaign or an e-mail link). 6 months after installation Google Analytics

D. How can you delete or block cookies, or change your settings?

Unless you have modified your browser settings to refuse cookies, the website will use cookies as soon as you visit the website. By using the Clerens Law Firm website, you agree to us storing cookies on your device. You can change your cookie preferences at any time using your browser settings:

For more information about removing and blocking cookies, visit: All about cookies. Please note that if you block cookies, certain parts of the website or some graphic elements may be unusable, inaccessible, or not visible or poorly visible.

E. Questions?

If you have further questions about this website or about this cookie policy, please contact