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JS Law may wish to contact you by post, telephone, fax, email, SMS and other electronic methods of marketing which may become relevant in the future (“Future Methods”). This would be done in order to provide you with marketing information about the products and/or services and/or special offers of JS Law and those of the Selected Companies. 

If at any other time you wish to change your mind about direct marketing from JS Law by a particular method, please tell JS Law by using the contact us page on this website or in the privacy policy on this website. You should use these contact details if you have any other questions about the way in which JS Law processes or uses your personal information. 

JS Law is your “Data Controller” under the Data Protection Act 2018 (the “Act”). It is registered at the Information Commissioner’s Office in accordance with the Act. The Act defines your rights as an individual in relation to how JS Law uses your personal information.