Cookies Policy

Legal Studio and service providers use cookies, pixel tags and other digital marking technologies on their sites. We insert pixel tags in newsletters. A “cookie” is a small text fragment stored on the user’s computer, and a pixel mark is a small image from which it can be determined that the user opened the page. These digital markers allow you to track website visits and referrals to certain addresses from newsletters.

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Website Performance Indicators

We use cookies to collect website visit statistics and visitor behavior. This information helps to understand which parts of the site are of interest and to improve it. Statistics do not allow to identify specific users.

This site uses statistics collection servers to analyze visitor behavior.

Information about the user (including the IP address) and his actions on the site, obtained using cookies, is transmitted to the servers. Based on this information, site performance indicators are evaluated, reports are compiled for their operators and other services are provided related to the site’s operation and access to it. Google’s privacy policy is described at

Yandex’s policy on personal data is described at

How to disable cookies

Internet browsers support various modes of working with cookies. In particular, it is possible to ask for confirmation to save each such file. Already saved cookies can be deleted.


  1. Open the Safari menu.
  2. Enter the “Settings” section.
  3. Go to the Security panel.
  4. In the item “Accept Cookies” set the mode of prohibition, selective prohibition or permission to save cookies.

Firefox 3.0+

  1. Press the menu button.
  2. Select “Settings”.
  3. Go to the “Privacy” tab in the top row.
  4. From the drop-down menu, select Firefox: “will use your history storage settings.”
  5. Reset the checkbox “Accept cookies from sites”.
  6. Click OK and close the tab.

Internet Explorer 7.0+

  1. Open the “Tools” menu on the control panel.
  2. Open the “Internet Options” item.
  3. Go to the “Privacy” tab.
  4. Click the “Advanced” button.
  5. Select the “Prompt” items in the “Basic cookies” and “Third-party cookies” columns.
  6. Click OK and close the dialog box.

Google Chrome 8.0+

  1. Open the menu.
  2. Open the “Settings” item.
  3. Click the “Show advanced settings” button below.
  4. Check the box “Do not allow sites to save data.”
  5. Click the “Finish” button and close the tab.