uses cookies to provide the best possible service to the users of our website. How we handle the use of cookies, is set out in our cookie policy.

Our privacy policy describes how we use the personal data that our cookies collect about you when you visit our website

Owner and contact information:
Bech-Bruun Law Firm P/S
Langelinie Allé 35
2100 København Ø
CVR-nr.: 38 53 80 71 

What is a cookie?
A cookie is a data file that a website stores on your IT equipment such as your computer, tablet or smartphone. The object is to recognise your IT equipment and thus observe how you use the website.

Today, almost all websites use cookies. In many cases, cookies are required to provide the correct standard of service at the website.

A cookie is a passive file that cannot collect information stored on your computer or spread any computer virus or other harmful programs.

Some cookies are stored on your device only as long as you have your browser open (session cookies). Other cookies are stored on your device for a longer period of time (persistent cookies). When you return to a website, the cookie is automatically renewed.

Often cookies from parties other than the one owning the website are stored on your device (third-party cookies). These may be cookies with ordinary contents, but also analysis tools and embedded comment fields.

Cookies at uses cookies to track how our users use the website, so that we may improve the website. The information we collect is anonymous and cannot be traced to named users.

You can see which cookies we use by clicking the round cookie icon at the lower left corner. uses the following types of cookies:

First-party cookies
As first party, places four types of session cookies that expire when you close your browser. Their objects are:

  • To recognise your device.
  • To remember your preferred language.
  • To register the time you spend on the website.
  • To identify your http queries when you navigate

As first party, we also place four types of persistent cookies, which are stored for 30 days and up to two years. They register:

  • How many times you have visited the website.
  • How long you stay at the website.
  • Whether you arrive at the website via a browser, search word or link.
  • Whether you are a new or recurrent user of the website.
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Third-party cookies

Objectives: uses Vimeo to play videos on the website, including collecting information for analytics and reporting. Privacy Policy.

Monsido uses Monsido as its statistics tool on the website. Monsido allows us to follow a session on the website and allows Bech-Bruun to adapt the contents according to relevance. Privacy Policy.

Piwik Pro uses Piwik Pro as its statistics tool on the website. Piwik Pro allows us to follow a session on the website and allows Bech-Bruun to adapt the contents according to relevance. Privacy Policy.

How to remove or avoid cookies
You can always change your cookie settings at by clicking the round icon at the lower left corner of the website.

Your choice of web browser determines how you delete cookies or prevent them from being placed on your device.

If you use a PC, you may delete cookies by using the shortcut key [CTRL]+[SHIFT]+[Delete].

If that does not work or you are using a MAC, you may use these links, according to your choice of browser:

All Danish websites are required to inform users about the cookies placed on their device. The information must comply with the Danish Executive Order on Information and Consent required in case of Storing or Accessing Information in End-user Terminal Equipment (bekendtgørelse om krav til information og samtykke ved lagring af og adgang til oplysninger i slutbrugeres terminaludstyr), which is generally referred to as the Executive Order on Cookies (cookiebekendtgørelsen).

Do you have questions?
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