Mr. Fausto Morell Trujillo is the copyright owner of the contents of the present web page as well as the “Despacho Morell ” ® trademark.
All the industrial and intellectual property rights herein contained are legally reserved and access to them or their disposition by users should not be considered in any way as the granting of a license of use or right over any asset which’s title or ownership corresponds to “Despacho Morell ” ® solicitors .
The contents of this web page do not constitute the provision of legal or fiscal services of any kind, which could prove to be insufficient to make decisions or assume positions in a particular case.
“Despacho Morell”® Solicitors, its representatives, partners, professionals or employees do not assume any responsibility derived, from the use that users make of the information and contents of this web page, nor the application of same to base or support whatever judgement or personal or commercial decision.
“Despacho Morell”® Solicitors does not assume any duty or compromise to verify or check the contents and information of this web page, nor those of other pages to which access is attained through links.
The user of this web page, by means of his access to same, is obliged to use it in full agreement with the laws and traffic and will respond in front of “Despacho Morell”® Solicitors or in front of third parties, of whatever damages that could be caused as a consequence of non-fulfilment of said obligation.
Spanish Law will be that wich governs in all the terms and conditions of this web site.
Cookies are small pieces of data sent from a website and stored in a user’s hard disk, mainly for technical purposes, they are files that websites or applications install in the user’s browser or device (smartphone, tablet or connected television) while he/she surfs through the different sections of a site or application and are used to save information on such visit.
Cookies are used on our website to optimise users’ experience on it, as they store navigation settings for new navigation experiences in the future (e.g. registered user status, language, etc.).
Cookies, depending on their degree of permanency, can be divided into session or permanent cookies. The first ones expire when the user closes the browser. The second ones expire when their goal has been achieved (e.g. that the user remains identified on the website) or when they are manually deleted.
Additionally, based on their purposes, cookies can be classified as:
- Technical: These are those required for the proper functioning of the page. They are usually generated when the user gains access to the website or starts a session on it and are used to identify him/her on such site with the following objectives:
- Keep the user identified so that, if he/she leaves the web, browser or device and returns to it later, he/she will still remain identified. In this way his/her surfing will be easier and he/she will not have to identify himself/herself once more.
- Check if the user is authorized to access certain services or sections of the website.
- Improve the browsing experience and optimize the functioning of the website by, for example, saving the settings of specific services or the items in the shopping cart.
- Customizable: These cookies allow the user to specify or personalize some features of the webpage’s general options such as choosing the language, regional configuration or type of browser.
- Advertising: These collect details on the advertisements shown to users of the website. There are two types:
- Anonymous: They only gather information about the advertising spaces shown on the website, even if the user does not visit such website, that is, he/she is not expressly identified.
- Personalized: They gather personal details of the web’s user on behalf of a third party so these advertising slots can be customized.
- Analytical: These collect details on the browsing experience of the website’s user, most often anonymously, although sometimes they can uniquely and unmistakably identify the user in order to obtain reports on the interest shown in the services offered by the website.
If the user so wishes it, it is possible to stop accepting the cookies of the browser or of a specific service.
All modern browsers will allow you to change the cookies settings. Such adjustments can be usually carried out by clicking on the “Options” or “Preferences” rubrics of the browser’s menu.
- The browser’s settings, for instance:
- Other tools provided by third parties, available online, that allow users to detect cookies on every website they visit and disable them (e.g. Ghostery: http://www.ghostery.com/privacy-statement).
DESPACHO MORELL does not accept any liability for the contents and accuracy of the privacy policies that relate to the components from third parties that can be found on this website.
As an additional safeguard, the registering of cookies on this website may be subject to the Cookies Acceptance by the user during the website’s visit, their installation or the updating of the used browser, and such acceptance can be revoked at any time through the contents settings and privacy sections available, and mentioned in section 3 of the Cookies Policy.
DESPACHO MORELL can change this Cookies Policy in compliance with any legal or regulatory requirements or in order to adapt it to the instructions of the Spanish Data Protection Agency. This is why all users are advised to re-read it on a regular basis.
When significant changes are made to the Cookies Policy, users will be informed through the website. Only registered users will be sent an e-mail notification.