Cookie policy

We want to give you the best possible experience when using our website and for that reason we use cookies.

Cookies are not biscuits, but then what are they?

A cookie is a small text file or binary data - that is a data file stored on your computer, mobile phone or other devices. The purpose is to recognise your devices and remember your settings as well as to carry out statistics and target any advertisements through remarketing.

Some types of cookies are only stored as long as your browser is open (session cookies), whereas other types of cookies are stored on your it-devices for a longer period of time, e.g. six months (so-called persistent cookies). When you return to the website, this type of cookies is automatically renewed.

As the owner of the website TVC Law Firm places cookies called first-party cookies.

Among other things we use cookies for:

  • Recognising with which device you visit the website
  • Registering the time and duration of your visit to the website
  • Identifying searches and patterns when using the website
  • Registering repeated visits
  • Identifying whether you access the website through search engines, search words or external link

Moreover, we use third-party cookies generating i.a. web statistics. For this purpose we use third-party cookies from Google Analytics to collect data about the way you use our website. We use this data to improve your user experience. The data is anonymous and cannot identify named users. Additionally, we use third-party cookies from LinkedIn and Facebook.

Data collected through cookies will not be disclosed to any third party.

TVC Law Firm’s website has links to other websites. You should note that there might be another cookie policy if your follow an external link.

If you have any questions about cookies, please contact us on

How to avoid cookies

If you do not want to accept cookies you have the opportunity to set your browser to automatically block cookies. Through the links below you can find information about how to avoid cookies in most commonly used browsers:

You can learn more about the requirements for cookies in the Danish Business Authority’s Guidelines on Executive Order on Information and Consent Required in Case of Storing or Accessing Information in End-User Terminal Equipment.