Cookie Policy

Last update: 22nd July 2022

We are M L F Group (a Swiss Association) with member firms and affiliates hereinafter “we”, “us”, or “Max Law Firm”. On our websites, blogs, and other online properties (our “Sites”), we use and engage certain third-party providers to use cookies, web beacons, and other similar tracking technologies (collectively, “cookies”). With respect to the privacy of visitors to our Sites, this cookie notice describes,

  • how, why, and what do we use cookies for
  • what are the cookies
  • the types of cookies that we use, how we use cookies and similar technologies on our Sites and through our online services,
  • how you can contact us and ask your questions concerning this Cookie Policy.

For more information (name, contact details, etc.,) about M L F Group member firms and affiliates, please click here.

As a complimentary notice, our “Privacy Policy” applies regarding any personal data collecting through using of cookies and similar technologies. To find out more about our Privacy Policy, please, visit our Privacy Policy or click here.

Your Consent and your options if you do not want cookies on your computer

By continuing to use our website or accepting our use of cookies or if you click on the appropriate button on the banner displayed to you on our website, you give us your consent to set and use the cookies as described below. Please be aware that for using the necessary cookies, we do not need to obtain your consent.

You are not required to give us your consent to use our Sites. In regard to your consent related to the cookies, you can freely change or withdraw your consent and opt-out of being tracked at any time you wish. To do so, please go to the section ” Cookies Preferences Settings and Management“.

You can also exercise choices for cookies by reviewing your Internet browser settings, which are usually found under the sections “Help” or “Internet Options.” You will not be able to access or use important functions or functionality of these Sites if you disable or uninstall those cookies in your Internet browser settings, and you may be asked to re-enter your log-in information.

Through the services that Google Analytics provides us by collecting anonymous data, such as the place visitors log in from, the number of our Sites’ visitors, webpages that visitors view, and how long they stay on our websites, we can measure and evaluate the use of our websites. To find out more about how Google Analytics (Google LLC is in the USA,,) uses cookies and how to manage your cookie preferences. please visit the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.

What are the cookies?

Cookies are the small amounts of data ( text files) that when you are visiting a website ( including our Sites) are stored on your browser, your devices ( such as your smartphone or your computer), or the page you are viewing.  Some cookies are deleted by closing your browser, while others are kept after you close your browser to allow you to be remembered when you visit a website againIf you need further information about cookies or how the cookies work, they are available at All About Cookies.

How does Max Law Firm use cookies?

We use cookies, and we allow third parties to place cookies on our Sites, to provide the Sites and services, to collect information about your usage patterns as you visit the Sites in order to improve your personalized experience and understanding usage patterns in order to enhance our Sites, products, and services. In the section ” Cookies Preferences Settings and Management”, we provided you a list of third party organizations with their relevant cookies and processing purposes that you can manage them as well.
The type of the cookies are as follows:
“First Party” cookies are the cookies that set directly when you are visiting a website or app.
“Third Party” cookies are the cookies set by another domain than the website or app that you are visiting. These are the type of cookies, for example, advertising, images, or social media plugins, that are placed by others, not us.
“Session Cookies”, are the temporary cookies that when you close your browser or the session ends, they are automatically deleted.
“Persistent Cookies “are the cookies that remain on your browser and keep tracking you after the session ends, for a long time (e.g., even for years) and do not be deleted by closing your browser. They often work across different sites and make it possible for your preferences to be remembered after the you leave the site.

What are the necessary cookies?

Operational Cookies: These are the cookies that are necessary to use for the operation of our Sites and are necessary to secure and ensure the core functionality of our Sites therefore cannot be switched off in our systems. For example, these are the cookies are used to allow you to use necessary features of our website such as log into secure areas, setting your privacy preferences, signing in, or filling out forms, and without these cookies, we are not able to provide your requested services.

The purpose that we use the necessary cookies are, to ensure you connect to the proper technical functioning of our Sites, to use and access of our Sites and to provide the services you request.

You can set your browser to block or alert you about these cookies, but some parts of the site will not then work. These cookies do not store any personal data.

What are non-necessary cookies?

Analytical/Performance Cookies: These cookies allow us to count the number of visitors to our Sites and to know how they move around the Sites. This assists in the enhancement of our Sites’ features, such as knowing which pages are visited most and least and ensuring that users can quickly find what they’re searching for.

Functional Cookies:  These cookies enhance the functionality of our Sites and make them easier to use for you. Cookies, for example, are used to remember that you have visited the Sites before and requested to stay logged in. These cookies are Persistent since they stay on your computer for us to use on a subsequent visit to our Sites. If you do not allow these cookies then some or all of these services may not function properly.

Cookie Pop Up –A cookie is used to decide whether you have read our cookie consent pop up and to ensure that we do not reveal it to you again after you reject it.

Targeting and advertising cookies

When you visit our website, these cookies record the pages you have visited and the links you have followed.  This information may be used by us to tailor our website and the content (including marketing material) presented on it to your preferences, as well as to assess the efficacy of marketing and to assess information initiatives.

This information also may be shared with third parties for the mentioned purpose and to build a profile of your interests and show you relevant adverts on other sites.

Our advertising partners may set these cookies through our site. These cookies remember the visited websites by you. We do not have any control over the cookies that third parties set when you use their services. These are non-necessary cookies. If you do not allow these cookies, you will experience less targeted advertising. Below is the list that shows with which third party organizations this information is shared.

Third-party cookies employed on our website

We have added social media to our websites. These are cookies are set by these services of social media to able you to share our content with your friends and networks. These cookies can build up a profile of your interests by tracking your browser across other sites. This may impact the content and messages you see on other websites you visit. If you do not allow these cookies, you may not be able to use or see these sharing tools. It may be fulfilled more than one of mentioned purposes by some cookies.

Changes to this Cookie Policy

This Cookie Policy may be changed from time to time. Our Cookie Policy is valid as of the date mentioned above, and we invite you to visit our Sites on a regular basis to stay updated about our Cookie policies updates. If we make significant changes, we will try to notify you ahead of such changes, such as via notice on our websites and

How you can Contact Us?

Please contact our Global office of Data Privacy here if you have any question, concerns or feedback about this Cookie Policy:

Email address:  

Please be aware that you have the right to lodge a complaint with the relevant local data protection authority if you believe that we have not complied with applicable data protection laws.