Cookie policy

In compliance with article 22 of Spanish Law 34/2002 of 11 July on information society and e-commerce services [Ley 34/2002, de 11 de julio, de servicios de la sociedad de la información y de comercio electrónico], we hereby inform you that our website uses cookies.

This policy is intended to inform users clearly and comprehensively about the functioning and purpose of cookies used on our website.
When clicking on any button, check-box or link on the website, filling out forms or logging in, downloading any content or scrolling, visitors are giving their consent to the website’s use of cookies and installation of them on their computer for access and browsing on it (which includes mobile devices and browsers), as well as to the gathering and processing of their personal data in the manner and for the purposes described in this cookie policy.

This cookies policy may be subject to changes. As a result, we recommend that visitors check over this policy every time they access our website so that they can be updated on any policy changes that might apply to them. Should visitors not agree with this cookie policy, they should refrain from using the website and leave it immediately.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a file that is downloaded into your browser for access to certain websites. Such a text file allows a website, among other things, to store and retrieve information on the browsing habits of visitors or their computer and, depending on the information contained on them and how they use their computer, they can be used to recognise visitors.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a file that is downloaded onto a visitor’s terminal (for example, a computer, a mobile phone, a tablet, etc.) when they visit certain websites, such as this one for example. Cookies allow such websites to, among other things, monitor, store and retrieve information on the browsing habits of visitors (for example, preferences, profile, access passwords, etc.), as well as to gather technical information in relation to the browsing capability of websites. Cookies also contribute to the functionality, usability and accessibility of websites.
Depending on the function and purpose of cookies, there are several different kinds.

Analytical. – These cookies gather information to allow websites to assess how visitors use them and their activity in general, as well as to collate statistical data. Analytical cookies gauge and collect data from the website (visits, traffic parameters, clicks, pages visited, etc.) so as to understand and optimise the website.

Social. – These are needed for external social networks (Facebook, Google, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.). Their purpose is to supervise interaction with social widgets within a website.

Advertising and behavioural cookies. – These collect information on the browsing habits of visitors and how they behave so as to identify preferences, tastes and habits on a specific website. These cookies enable customisation of advertising content based on analysing the browsing habits of visitors and deducing their characteristics, such as location, age group, gender and soforth.

Technical cookies. – These are the ones that are strictly necessary when it comes to the functionality and browsability of a website and enable visitors to browse it via the page itself or an application and to use the its various options or services.

Personalisation cookies. – Those which allow websites to store certain preferences (for example language, country, regional configuration, etc.) which are predefined by visitors on first visiting the website (and doing so later).

Third-party cookies. – Cookies of third parties belong to the latter and are used by websites to manage and improve both the content and services offered.
For further information on cookies, visitors can go to the website All About at the following link

What type of cookies does this site use?

Third-party cookies

Google Analytics
The website uses Google Analytics, which is an analytical web service provided by Google, Inc. (hereinafter, “Google”), a company based in the United States. This means that the data gathered and processed by Google Analytics (including visitors’ IPs) can be transferred to the United States and stored on Google servers located there.
Via Google Analytics, March & Fieldfisher analyses how visitors interact with the website, tracks their browsing habits there and gathers data on their activity so that March & Fieldfisher can measure its performance.
Visitors can manage and block processing of their personal data via Google Analytics by means of how their browser that is used to visit the website is configured.
Visitors can expand on the information contained here regarding Google Analytics at

On the other hand, visitors can disable Google Analytics by installing an opt-out add-on. Visitors can obtain more information on this add-on at

How can I block or remove cookies?

To block or remove installed cookies, visitors must adjust the settings on the browser they use. So if you do not wish to install cookies on your hard drive, you should configure the browser not to receive them.

These are the links for the main browsers that tell you about using cookies:


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  • IOS: Users can obtain information on how to block cookies and delete them at:
    • Opera
    • Safari
    • Google Chrome
  • Android: Users can obtain information on how to block cookies and delete them at:
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  • Windows Phone 7: Users can obtain information on how to block cookies and delete them at

Blocking, disabling or removing cookies used by March & Fieldfisher on the website may affect its full functionality and render certain services or functions on the website unavailable.

If you wish to revoke your consent to the use of cookies, please contact us at