Kecser Law Firm (“Operator” or “Data Controller”) is committed to the protection of the personal data of its partners and clients, therefore it pays special attention to the protection of personal data in accordance with CXII of 2011 on the right to information self-determination and freedom of information in the collection, management, use, processing and possible transmission of data decree 2016/679 / EU on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, i.e. the GDPR and other relevant legislation, national and international recommendations.

By using the website (the “Website”), you acknowledge that you have read the contents of this cookie information and consent to the Operator handling and recording the data provided by you in accordance with the applicable legislation.

1. What is a cookie?

When a visitor visits the Website covered by this information, we place a small data file, called a cookie on your computer, which may serve several purposes. The most common purpose of cookies is to increase the user experience and to collect data on the use and traffic of the visited website.

We use only cookies that are absolutely necessary for the operation of the site and support the session, to identify each user session, to facilitate the more convenient use of our website, and for statistical purposes.

Some of the cookies we use are only temporary and disappear when you close your browser, while there are convenience cookies that are stored on your computer for 1 month so that if you visit our website regularly, your browser will remember your previous settings regularly adjust the filtering criteria to suit your needs.


The most common purpose of cookies is to increase the user experience and to collect data on the use and traffic of the visited website.

During the visit to the Website, due to technical operation, the start and end time of the user's visit are automatically recorded, and in some cases - depending on the settings of the user's computer - the browser, operating system data and the user's IP address and page name. the user has arrived. The operator does not link this data with other personal data, only uses it to compile statistics.

In addition to the above information, the Website uses cookies to remember the status of the user's consent to the use of cookies.

Anyone can visit the Website without having to provide any personal information in addition to technically automated data processing.

3. Types of cookies

The main types of cookies used on the Website are:

3.1 By purpose

The purpose of the cookies we use may be cookies necessary for the proper functioning of the site, as well as cookies for statistical purposes.

a) Cookies absolutely necessary for operation

Cookies that are essential to the operation of the Website fall into this category.

b) Web analytics (for statistical purposes) cookies

Cookies for statistical purposes provide us with information for the proper development of the website. These cookies provide us with user and session information and general usage data that cannot be linked to a user based on your browser settings. For example, the browser from which the page is typically visited and the browser versions for which it is useful to optimize it.

3.2 By lifespan

Based on their lifetime, we can distinguish between the above cookies and persistent and session cookies.

a) Permanent cookies

Persistent cookies are cookies that remain on a user's computer or device for a predetermined period of time and that are activated each time the user visits the Website.

b) Session igniter

Session cookies are necessary for browsing the website and for using the features, including allowing you to remember the actions taken by the visitor on a particular page, feature or service (for example, that you have accepted the cookie information). Their validity period is temporary, it covers the duration of the given visit, the "cookies" are automatically deleted at the end of the session or by closing the browser.


We use the cookies used by and on our Website in accordance with the legal regulations in force regarding the use of cookies.

Google Analytics cookies collect statistics about visits to the Website (e.g., number of visitors, approximate geographic location, etc.). The Operator uses the statistical data received through this service on the traffic and use of its websites for the development of its websites.

Most browsers automatically accept cookies by default, but these settings can usually be changed so that the browser can prevent automatic acceptance and offer the option to allow cookies each time.

The above cookies will be automatically deleted no later than two years after they are placed, however you can delete them at any time or set your browser to disable the use of cookies. The setting options for this can usually be found in the "Options" or "Settings" menu of the browser. However, if you disable the use of cookies, the Operator's Website may work differently than planned.

We would like to draw the attention of our visitors to the fact that when using an ad-blocker, information about the use of cookies is not always displayed. If you want to view it, deactivate the ad blocking application!


The following primary cookies may be placed on a user's computer or device:

Name of the cookie

Legal basis


Provider (Domain)





Legitimate interest of the Operator

Stores the user's consent to the use of cookies

session cookie (HTTP cookie)


7 days


User consent

Gathering information about how our visitors use our website, in particular: distinguishing users

cookies for statistical purposes (Google Analytics)


2 years


User consent

Gathering information about how our visitors use our website, in particular: distinguishing users

cookies for statistical purposes (Google Analytics)


24 hours


User consent

Gathering information about how our visitors use our website, in particular: limiting data requests

cookies for statistical purposes (Google Analytics)


1 minute


Data Controller and contact information:

Kecser Law Firm (registered office: 1138 Budapest, Szekszárdi utca 26. fsz. 6 .; office and mailing address: 1053 Budapest, Károlyi utca 12. 2nd floor; registration number: 4549; tax number: 19026693-1-41)


Contact: +36 30 268 62 96, [email protected]

7. remedies

You have the right to request information, rectification, erasure or blocking, protest or data portability in connection with the processing of your personal data. You can withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data at any time. You can obtain further information on your rights regarding the violation of your right to the protection of your personal data at any of the contact details described in point 6.

Complaints related to the protection of your personal data and issues related to data management to the National Data Protection and Freedom of Information Authority (1055 Budapest, Falk Miksa utca 9-11., Postal address: 1363 Budapest, Pf .: 9., hereinafter: “NAIH”), and he may appeal to a court, which shall act out of turn. In the latter case, you are free to decide whether to bring an action before the court competent according to your place of residence (permanent address) or place of residence (temporary address) or the controller's registered office. You can find the court of your place of residence or stay at According to the seat of the Operator, the Metropolitan Court has jurisdiction over the lawsuit.

You also have the right to go to court against a legally binding decision of the NAIH concerning you. You are also entitled to legal redress if the NAIH does not deal with your complaint or does not inform you within three months of any procedural developments or the outcome of your complaint.

You have the right to entrust a non-profit organization or association established under the law of a Member State of the European Union with a statutory review of the complaint, the judicial review of the NAIH's decision, the bringing of an action and the enforcement of its right to compensation. its objectives are to serve the public interest and to protect the rights and freedoms of data subjects with regard to personal data.