Legal note

Section 1 Definitions

1. “Rivers & Lawson” refers to Rivers & Lawson Walentynowicz spółka komandytowo-akcyjna, a partnership limited by shares with the registered office address at ul. Czerwonego Krzyża 6/7, 00-377 Warszawa, Poland, entered on the Register of Businesses of the National Court Register, maintained by XII (12th) Commercial Division of the District Court for the Capital City of Warszawa (KRS registration number 0000473487, REGON business statistical number: 146822223, NIP tax identification number 5252562674), share capital: PLN 50,000.00, including PLN 12,500.00 paid-up capital; or Rivers & Lawson Ltd with the registered office address at 145-157 St. John Street, London EC1V 4PW, United Kingdom.

2. The “Site” means this website available at www.riverslawson.com.

Section 2 Data Collection

1. The Site does not automatically collect any information from its users, except for that contained in cookie files.

2. Cookie files (or “cookies”) are computer files (in particular text files) containing pieces of information. They are stored on users’ end devices and are intended to improve their Site browsing experience. Cookies contain the name of the website they originate from, information about how long they are stored on an end device for, and also a unique number.

3. Cookies are placed on a user’s end device and accessed by Rivers & Lawson Walentynowicz spółka komandytowo-akcyjna with the registered office address at ul. Czerwonego Krzyża 6/7, 00-377 Warszawa, Poland, entered on the Register of Businesses of the National Court Register, maintained by XII (12th) Commercial Division of the District Court for the Capital City of Warszawa (KRS registration number 0000473487, REGON: 146822223).

4. Cookies are used for the following purposes:

(1) Adjusting the content of individual subsites of the Site to users’ preferences and also ensuring an optimised browsing experience; cookies identify the Site users’ end devices and allow them to display the Site in a way that is adjusted to the properties of Site users’ end devices.

(2) Developing statistics on how Site’s users interact with its subsites; these are later used to improve the structure and content of the Site.

5. The Site uses two types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporarily stored on a user’s end device and deleted upon leaving the Site or closing web browser. Persistent cookies are stored on a user’s end device for a duration fixed in browser cookie settings or until deleted.

6. The Site uses the following classes of cookies:

(1) Strictly necessary cookies which enable users to access the services available on the Site;

(2) Cookies used for security, such as those employed to detect authentication abuses within the Site;

(3) Performance cookies, used to collect information on how users use the Site;

(4) Functionality cookies, which enable the Site to remember choices either selected by users or resulting from the properties of users’ end devices – for example settings for language, display resolution or a user’s device type, etc.

7. In the majority of the most commonly used browsers, default settings enable the Site to store cookies on the end devices running a web browser. The Site users may at any time change their cookie software settings. In particular, they may block the automatic processing of cookies, or notify a user each time the Site attempts to save a cookie on a user’s end device. Detailed information on cookie options and processing are available in software documentation.

8. Restrictions on the use of cookies may affect some of the Site’s functionality.