Cookie Policy

Dillon Eustace Cookie Policy

Why do we use Cookies?

At Dillon Eustace (“Dillon Eustace”, “we” or “us”) we use certain essential “cookies” on our website (www.dilloneustace.com). These cookies are strictly necessary for our website to function.

We also use certain non-essential cookies to personalise content and advertisements, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. We share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners who may combine it with other information that you’ve provided to them or that they’ve collected from your use of their services. We use cookies on our marketing email communications to understand whether you read the emails that we send to you, click on the links to the information that we include in them and whether and how you visit our website after you click on that link (immediately and on future visits).

We use this information to improve the user experience for visitors on our website and tailor our marketing and content in line with user preferences.

This Cookie Policy forms part of our overall Privacy Statement. When we refer to “Dillon Eustace” we are referring to the Irish law firm Dillon Eustace LLP, to its company secretarial provider Tudor Trust Limited, to the Cayman Islands’ law firm, Dillon Eustace and to the Cayman Islands’ corporate services company, DE (Cayman) Limited and to any other partnerships and entities which are authorised to practise using the name ‘Dillon Eustace’.

Managing your Cookie Preferences

We specifically obtain your consent before we store non-essential cookies on your device. A pop-up will appear when you visit our website, at this point you may choose to ‘opt-in’ to the use of some or all cookies. Consent to the use of cookies on our website may be changed or withdrawn at any time, please see ‘Set Preferences’ below.

You may also customise your browser settings to reject/disable some or all cookies and alert you when new cookies are sent to your device.

However, please note that if you refuse or disable cookies some parts of this website will become inaccessible or not function properly.

Contact Us

Should you have any questions, queries or complaints with respect to our use of cookies, please contact dataprotection@dilloneustace.ie.

Last Updated: July 2021