This section contains the privacy and cookie policy of Hernández Martí’s website. See the Disclaimer at for web page ownership.

The information freely provided to us by a user through the aforementioned website may comprise data such as name, company name, telephone number, e-mail address, etc., which will be used exclusively to answer questions the user asks or to provide any requested information. Said information may also be used to keep the user informed about our services or news if the user agrees to it.

The user can opt-out of receiving communications at any time by following the instructions found in any of the communications he or she receives. The interested parties have the right to access, rectify, oppose, and cancel any data.

HERNANDEZ MARTI ABOGADOS S.L.P. will be responsible for the data file. By filling in and/or sending the form with personal data, you are providing express consent for us to automatically process this data.

International Transfer

The information may be transferred to a country outside the European Economic Area. This is because servers are sometimes located in one of said countries, so the professional information that you provide may be transferred to a place outside the European Economic Area. In such cases, we will adopt the suitable measures to preserve the privacy policy.

Information Sharing

The information received from users of this website shall be for the exclusive use of the professional company, HERNANDEZ MARTI ABOGADOS S.L.P. , and its partner, EMHE LEGAL S.L.P.. However, insofar as it is deemed necessary, said information may be provided, entirely or partially, to the service provider employees and contractors, such as data analysts, or for sending communications with news updates. The information shall also be provided when the law so requires, when a court so requests, or when it serves the function of preventing or prosecuting a crime.

Information Transmission

In the event of transferring the activity of HERNÁNDEZ MARTÍ to a third party, a merger, or a spin-off, information shall be transferred to the assignee, the absorbing entity, or the entity resulting from the merger, or to any of the beneficiary entities of the spin-off or simple separation.



What are cookies and what are they used for?

A cookie is a text file that downloads onto the computer/smartphone/tablet or electronic device with Internet access when a user accesses specific web pages. These cookies allow an easy and fuss-free web page browsing as they store and retrieve information relating to the user’s browsing habits or searches conducted on his or her equipment for the purpose of speeding up subsequent browsing or search activities. Our web page,, contains cookies that remain in the visitor’s computer for different periods of time. Some cookies expire at the end of each session while others remain in the computer for a longer time, making it easier for you to find the subject that you were interested in when you visit the page again.

The cookies we use, their purpose, and their expiration time are further discussed below:

Google Analytics

Google Analytics measures website user interactions. Google Analytics is a simple, easy-to-use tool that helps website owners to measure how users interact with their web content. As a user navigates between web pages, Google Analytics provides website owners JavaScript tags (libraries) to record information about the page a user has seen, for example the URL of the page. The Google Analytics JavaScript libraries use HTTP Cookiesto “remember” what a user has done on previous pages/interactions with the website.

Google Analytics supports two JavaScript libraries (tags) for measuring website usage:analytics.jsand ga.js.

The following sections provide a description of how to use each of the cookies of these libraries.

analytics.js: cookie usage

The analytics.jsJavaScript library is part of Universal Analyticsand uses first-party cookies to:

  • distinguish unique users
  • throttle the request rate

When using the recommended JavaScript snippet, analytics.js set cookies on the highest level domain they can. For example, if your website address is, analytics.js will set the cookie domain to Setting cookies on the highest level domain possible allows users to be tracked across several subdomains without any extra configuration.

Note: analytics.js does not require setting cookies to transmit data to Google Analytics.

analytics.js sets the following cookies:

Cookie Name Expiration time Description
_ga 2 years Used to distinguish users.
_gid 24 hours Used to distinguish users.
_gat 1 minute Used to throttle request rate.
AMP_TOKEN 30 seconds to 1 year Contains a token that can be used to retrieve a Client ID from AMP Client ID service. Other possible values indicate opt-out, inflight request or an error retrieving a Client ID from AMP Client ID service.
_gac_<property-id> 90 days Contains campaign related information for the user. If you have linked your Google Analytics and AdWords accounts, the website conversion tags will read this cookie unless you opt-out. Learn More

ga.js: cookie usage

The ga.js JavaScript libraryuses first-party cookies to:

  • determine which domain to measure
  • distinguish unique users
  • throttle the request rate
  • remember the number and time of previous visits
  • remember traffic source information
  • determine the start and end of a session
  • remember the value of visitor-level custom variables

By default, this library sets cookies on the domain specified in the browser property and sets the cookie path to the root level (/).

This library sets the following cookies:

Cookie Name Default expiration time Description
__utma Two years from set or update Used to distinguish users and sessions. The cookie is created when the javascript library executes and no existing __utma cookies exists. The cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.
__utmt 10 minutes Used to throttle request rate
__utmb 30 minutes from set or update Used to determine new sessions or visits. The cookie is created when the javascript library executes and no existing __utmb cookies exists. The cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.
__utmc End of browser session Not used in ga.js. Set for interoperability with urchin.js. Historically, this cookie operated in conjunction with the __utmb cookie to determine whether the user was in a new session or visit.
__utmz 6 months from set or update Stores the traffic source or campaign that explains how the user reached your site. The cookie is created when the Javascript library executes and is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.
__utmv 2 years from set or update Used to store visitor-level custom variable data. This cookie is created when a developer uses the _setCustomVarmethod with a visitor level custom variable. This cookie was also used for the deprecated _setVarmethod. The cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.


Cookie Control

Browsers offer the function of deleting cookies and, occasionally, setting web cookies, that the user accepts. Please refer to the browser help screen to select the most appropriate setting.

Acceptance of the terms and conditions of our privacy and cookie policy. By using, you expressly accept our privacy and cookie policy under the terms and conditions that have been set forth.

For any question concerning our privacy and cookie policy, please contact:


Paula Martínez


Convento Santa Clara 10-2º-3ª

46002 Valencia


Telephone No. 34 (963532553)



If you receive any mail proposing our services, inviting you to visit our web page, or making any other request that, in your opinion, may not be from Hernández Martí, please check that the mail is sent from these exact domains: or If after that you still have any doubts concerning the message creator, please contact us to check the authenticity of the message.

Contact person:

Paula Martínez

Telephone No. (34) 963532553