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LepszaTaktyka.pl (the “Site”) is an online service operated by Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland Sp. k., with its registered office at ul. Jasna 14/16a, Warsaw, entered in the commercial register of the National Court Register by the Warsaw District Court, 12th Commercial Division of the National Court Register, under number KRS 34515 (the “Law Firm”).

The materials included on the Site are prepared by lawyers at the Law Firm. The materials are of a general informational nature and do not constitute legal advice. With respect to obtaining legal advice, the Law Firm should be contacted directly.

The materials on the Site include links to third-party sites. The Law Firm is not responsible for the contents of such sites.
Use of the Site requires an up-to-date web browser.

Any comments concerning the Site should be submitted to maciej.jozwiak@eversheds.pl.

Copyright
Unless otherwise provided, all rights to materials included on the Site are held by the Law Firm.
Texts included on the Site are intended for personal use only. Use of texts included on the Site for other purposes does not require the consent of the Law Firm, however, provided that each and every copy of the text includes the name of the author of the text and the statement “Text from the website LepszaTaktyka.pl, a service of Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland,” and, if used on the Internet, an active link to the original text.
The foregoing consent does not apply to photos or other materials apart from texts.

Comments
Comments may be made on texts included on the Site. Comments should be substantive in nature and address the text in question.
In order to publish a comment, the user must provide his or her user name (a name or pseudonym of the user’s choice) and e-mail address. The e-mail address will not be published on the Site.
Inclusion of content in comments in violation of law or good practice is prohibited.
Comments are moderated and will be published following review by the Law Firm. Whether specific comments comply with these rules shall be determined by the Law Firm in its sole discretion.

Personal data
The programming of the Service, including Google Analytics script, collects and stores the IP addresses of users of the Service. The firm also collects and stores the designations and email addresses of users who submit comments. Additionally, the firm processes email addresses of the persons who subscribed to the newsletter.

The Data Controller is Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland, with its registered seat at ul. Jasna 14/16a, 00-041 Warsaw. Personal data that may be collected through the Website, is collected only to the extent necessary to contact and to the compilation of statistics of visits to the Website and, in the case of consent, to the transfer of commercial information for marketing purposes (e.g. sending information on organisation of events, such as training, workshops, conferences, etc.). Please be informed that your data will not be shared with other entities. Data submission is voluntary. You have the right to access your data and to correct it.

Cookies
For statistical purposes, cookies used by Google Analytics are used on the website of the Service. By using the Service, you consent to such use of cookies unless your web browser has the option of disabling cookies selected.

Cookies are not used to obtain any information about users of the service or to track their navigation online. The cookies used do not store any personal data or other information collected from users.

Information about the types and functions of cookies used by the Service is presented in the table below. More information on cookies used by Google Analytics may be found at https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/gajs/cookie-usage.

File name Description Function
__utma This type of cookie file is saved by the user’s browser during the first visit to the site. If the file is manually deleted from the user’s disk, a new __utma file with a different identifier will be saved the next time the user visits the site. This type of file is used to identify unique visits to the site and is updated every time the page is opened.
__utmb This type of cookie file is used to set up and continue the user’s session on the website. When the user views another sub-page of the site, Google Analytics updates the file. If a __utmb file is not found, a new file is saved on the user’s disk and a new session is created. Each time the user visits another sub-page of the site, this file is updated, until it expires after 30 minutes.
__utmc This type of cookie file operates in conjunction with the __utmb file described above in order to determine whether or not to establish a new session for the user. This file has no fixed expiration time, but is deleted when the browser is closed. If the browser is closed but launched again within 30 minutes, the absence of a __utmc file signals the need to create a new session even though the __utmb file has not expired. Creation of a new session.

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This type of cookie file stores information on the source from which the user reached the site (directly, a link from another site, a search engine, or an ad). Storing information on the source of visits.

If you do not wish cookies to be enabled, please turn off this function in your web browser settings. You will find specific information on this topic at the website of the firms providing the software (web browser).

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