COOKIES

Collection of Information

When you browse this website, you are able to do so anonymously. Silveroak Legal does not collect personal information from your browser including your email address except information your computer’s browser automatically provides this website with, including your browser type, operating system and IP address, as well as the date and time you accessed this website and your referring and exiting URLs.


Registration and Other Personal Information

In order to access certain areas of this website, or to obtain additional information from us via our website, we will ask you to provide certain information about yourself, including your name, contact information, the organization you work with and certain other information that Silveroak Legal may use to identify you. If you choose not to provide this information, you will not be able to access certain areas of Silveroak Legal’s website or receive information that you have requested from Silveroak Legal.


Cookies

Silveroak Legal’s web servers may place a “cookie” on the hard drive of your computer (a small data file) when you connect to this site. The cookie enables us to recognize your computer, as and when you visit our website, and allows us to study traffic on our website and to thereby improve the site and the services provided. For further information on cookies and advice on how to refuse cookies, please see below “Cookies and how to remove them.”


Use of Information

Information that is provided by your computer when you browse this website is used by Silveroak Legal for internal purposes only and is not used to target individuals for recruitment or marketing. Silveroak Legal does not use cookies to collate and distribute information to third parties for marketing or other purposes.


Where you register and provide information, we will use your information to contact you and provide you with the information that you have requested from Silveroak Legal. We may also use that information to keep you informed of publications, events, and services provided by Silveroak Legal that may be of

interest to you.


Silveroak Legal reserves the right to disclose any information that it obtains through this website to appropriate governmental or regulatory authorities, if required by law or by any governmental or law enforcement agency.


Cookies and How to Remove Them


Function of Cookies

We use cookies in order to enable your computer and our website to communicate to each other in an efficient way to enable you to navigate our website and store standard  application specific data as you move around our website and authenticate you as the valid user and overcome technical difficulties which might threaten the availability of Silveroak Legal’s website.


Information Stored on the Cookie

The cookie will contain such information that your computer is set to provide. Note you can choose to reject all cookies, although this may affect the functionality of websites including ours.


We may use “Session” and/or “Permanent” cookies. Session cookies are stored on your computer only during your browsing session. These cookies will be automatically deleted at the termination of the session when your browser closes or you log off. The information contained in these cookies will not identify you as the user, but will allow you to navigate the website without having to log-in repeatedly. The Permanent cookies we use to identify your browser with a random but unique number do not reveal any personal information about you. Permanent cookies (unlike Session cookies) are stored on your hard drive and will enable us to identify you as a visitor to Silveroak Legal’s website.


Please ensure you are familiar with the cookie settings of your browser and how these may be altered to suit your privacy preferences. This information can be obtained from the browser’s software manufacturer and online.