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We have specifically removed a number of other cookies in view of the entry into force of the new EU Cookie Law.
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Any personal information you provide will be collected confidentially and stored in and processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. Any personal data you provide to us, such as your contact details or details of your legal query, will be used for the purposes of advising you and providing you with such services as you may require from time to time.
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Security in General
While we take all steps we can to try to maintain security of this website and our email communications, you should be aware that online communication is not always secure. You should always ensure that you have suitable antivirus and antispyware software on your computer, kept up to date, and that you download and install any relevant operating system updates (e.g. Windows Update especially those relating to security). It is your responsibility to make sure your computer is secure and we do not accept any liability for loss or harm arising from viruses or malware which you could have guarded against.
Please note that email communications may not be sufficiently secure for legal communications about your case. You should keep your passwords sufficiently secure and not disclose them to others, and it would be preferable not to use shared computers or email accounts for the discussion of legal business. If you have something particularly sensitive to discuss we’re always happy to talk on the phone, meet face to face (where appropriate) or to use suitable old-fashioned postal services. We can also consider encryption in some cases.
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ConspiracySolicitor.co.uk is a trading style of Bird and Co Solicitors LLP.
Bird & Co. Solicitors LLP is a long-established solicitors firm serving the entirety of the Midlands and beyond. It is now a limited liability partnership registered in England & Wales under registration number OC318696.
The Firm is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and its registered office is at 15 Castlegate, Grantham, Lincolnshire NG31 6SE. A list of Members’ names is available for inspection at the Grantham office and also at the Firm’s other offices: 38 Kirk Gate, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG24 1AB and 352 High Street, Lincoln, LN5 7BN. Publicly funded criminal law services can only be provided from the Grantham and Newark offices.