XL Law Cookies Policy
1.What are Cookies?
Cookies are small files of information that are created and placed on your computer or device by web servers when you visit a website (e.g., text files, pixel tags, site tags, and/or tag IDs) (collectively “Cookies”). Cookies are intended to enhance and facilitate the online experience by saving browsing preferences, keeping visitors logged in, targeting specific content, maintaining ‘shopping cart’ contents, etc.
2.Cookies used by XL Law
Some of the necessary Cookies used by XL Law are temporarily stored in your browser on your device and are deleted after you leave our website or close your browser; these are often referred to as Session Cookies. Other necessary Cookies used by XL Law are stored in your browser on your device and remain active until they expire; these are often referred to as Persistent Cookies.
The table below provides an overview of all the Cookies used on XL Law websites, including details of the provider, its source, duration, and the reason for its use.
3.Types of Personal Information our Cookies Collect
4.Managing Cookies in Your Web Browser
You can control the use of most Cookies found on websites by using the settings provided by your specific web browser (e.g., Safari, Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer). Using the controls provided by most web browsers, you can choose to accept Cookies, disable Cookies, and/or remove Cookies from your device. You should consult your web browser’s guidance documentation for more information on managing Cookie settings for your browser.
Follow the links below for instructions on how to delete or disable Cookies in some of the most widely used web browsers. These links will direct you to third-party websites, and XL Law is not responsible for the privacy policies or practices of such third-party websites.
5.Updates to this Policy