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What cookies do we use and why?
The cookies used on our site are categorized as follows:
- Strictly necessary
‘Strictly necessary’ cookies let you move around the Web site and use essential features like secure areas and shopping baskets. Without these cookies, services you have asked for cannot be provided. Please note that these cookies do not gather any information about you that could be used for marketing or remembering where you’ve been on the internet.
We use these strictly necessary cookies to:
- Enable users to log in to the tool and complete the questionnaire
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We use performance cookies to:
- Web Analytics: Provide anonymous statistics on how our Web site is used
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- Store preference to hide cookie notice on subsequent visits
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What specific cookies do we use on uslawpros.com?
First party cookies
- Cookie name: hide-cookie-notice
Purpose: Stores the user’s preference to hide the cookie notice on subsequent visits
Strictly necessary: No
Domain source: uslawpros.com
Category: Strictly necessary
Third party cookies
We use Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager