Cookie policy

Cookie policy
Nielsen & Thomsen Law Firm (Nielsen & Thomsen Advokatpartnerselskab (“NT”) wants to ensure that you have a good user experience whenever you visit our website. This is why we use cookies, which may collect data about you. The purpose of this cookie policy is to ensure transparency and give you a complete overview of the cookies we use when you visit our website, our purpose for using these cookies, and who uses them. You can also read about how to disable and delete cookies.

This cookie policy applies exclusively to NT has no control over cookies used by other websites that may be accessed through functions or links on this website. We refer you to read the cookie policy for the relevant website.

NT’s use of cookies may entail the processing of personal data. You can also read our Privacy Policy, which describes how we process personal data and what rights you have in relation to this.

What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on the web browser of your computer, smart phone, iPad or other device used to browse the internet whenever you visit our website, etc. Cookies make it possible for the website to recognise your computer or other device, to recall your preferences (such as language settings and so on), and to collect information about your online behaviour, such as which websites and functions you use your web browser to visit. Cookies are necessary in certain cases in order for a website to function as intended.

Cookies are passive files and they are not able to collect any data from your computer, spread computer viruses or spread any other sorts of harmful programs. Cookies are used by virtually all websites.

There are two main types of cookies: “session” and “permanent” cookies. Session cookies are automatically deleted from your browser when you close it down. Permanent cookies are stored on your device for a determined period of time before they expire. Permanent cookies can also be renewed if you visit the website again.

A distinction is made between “performance cookies” and “functionality cookies”. Performance cookies collect information about how you use a website, such as what pages you visit and what error notifications you receive. Functionality cookies are used to improve the functionality of the website by allowing it to remember what actions you take when you visit the site; e.g. changes to the text size, use of user settings and any use of services.

A distinction is also made between “first-party cookies” and “third-party cookies”. First-party cookies are used by the website you are visiting, while third-party cookies are used by a third-party that has elements embedded into the website you are visiting.

Cookies used on
Below you can see the purposes for which NT uses cookies, whether they are first or third-party cookies, and for how long cookies are stored on your device.

Functional purposes
When you visit, a temporary first-party cookie is saved, which is necessary in order for to function optimally. This cookie will be deleted when you close your browser.

In addition to this, the following first-party cookies are saved, which are necessary in order to remember which cookies you have accepted.

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How do you disable or delete cookies?
If you do not want to use or read cookies on your device, then you can always disable cookies in your web browser. However, disabling or deleting cookies can mean that certain functionalities and services on the website may not work on your web browser, as they need to be able to remember what choices you have made.

Changes to this cookie policy
We recognise that transparency is an ongoing commitment, and therefore we update this cookie policy on a continuous basis.

You are welcome to contact us at if you have any questions about how NT uses cookies.