Terms & Conditions


    1. By accessing and using www.legalaccelerators.com you accept without any limitations or exceptions these Terms and Conditions.

    2. Terms and Conditions represent the legal agreement between you, as a Participant and LegalTech, as the legal entities involved in organizing Legal Accelerators. Before using the website, we strongly recommend you reading these Terms and Conditions. Browsing the website, subscribing to the newsletter or buying a ticket will be considered complete acceptance of these Terms and Conditions.

    3. We inform that these Terms and Conditions can be amended, consolidated, modified, extended, re-enacted or replaced at any time by us. The updated form of this document will always be found on the website. We recommend that you regularly check the version of these Terms and Conditions, in the updated form.

    4. If at any given time you no longer agree with these Terms and Conditions, even partially, we advise you cease using or browsing the website.

    5. In these Terms and Conditions, references to the masculine include the feminine and the neuter and references to the singular include the plural and vice versa as the context admits or requires.

  1. Definitions

LegalTech’/Organizer/Us means LegalTech Association (LTA), based in Cluj-Napoca, 27 Regele Ferdinand Street, 4A Ground floor, Cluj County, with fiscal code 42127396. References to LegalTech may also include LTA partner entity – Legal Tech Solutions SRL (LTS), based in Cluj-Napoca, 31 Andrei Muresanu Street, app. 1, Cluj County, J12/2735/2020, CUI 43008997.

Legal Accelerators’ is a brand new online international conference and exhibition dedicated to legal technology and innovation that will take place on the 24th and 26th of November 2021, both in-person, in Cluj, Transylvania, and online via live-streaming available worldwide. You will have the opportunity to meet and share knowledge with more than 50 acclaimed international speakers and connect with top partners in the exhibition area.

Conditions/Policy’ means these terms and conditions.

Website’ means www.legalaccelerators.com.

Contract’ means any contracts, agreements, understandings etc. concluded between us and the Participant (you), especially for the sale and purchase of tickets on the Website. All the contractual aspects can be found in this Document and must be read and accepted before placing an order.

Document’ means this Policy and the Terms and Conditions.

Participant/User’ means any individual browsing or using this Website or that has registered to our newsletter

Parties’ mean LegalTech/Organizer and the Participant/User.

Services’ include access to any content, link, hyperlink, event tickets, access, photos and other services offered on the site.

  1. Access to website

    1. You are granted access to the Website in accordance with these specific Terms and Conditions and any orders must strictly be placed in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.

    2. Your use of the Site is subject to these Terms and Conditions. By using and browsing the Site, you accept and agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions.

    3. Nothing in these Terms and Conditions is intended to exclude or limit any liability that cannot be legally excluded or limited, in particular none of the provisions are intended to limit any rights you may have as a consumer under national law or other statutory rights which may not be previously excluded.

  1. Our rights

In accordance with these Terms and Conditions, we reserve the right to:

    1. Modify or close, temporarily or permanently, this Website (or any part of it) with or without informing you.

    2. Restrict your access to the Website or to any part of it, as well as the usage of the site, wholly or partially. If we grant you access to a restricted or a privileged part of the Website, we may withdraw that permission / access at any time, without informing you.

    3. Make changes to our Terms and Conditions from time to time. We will notify you of the changes we have made by posting the updated version of these Terms and Conditions on the Site. You can determine when we last updated the Terms and Conditions by verifying the ‘Last updated’ mention on the webpage.

    4. Protect our Intellectual Property rights on the Site, including all the texts, pictures, videos and other content made available on the Site. You acknowledge and agree that:

  • Copy Rights, Trademarks and all other Intellectual Property rights which form the website are our property.

  • Every element existent on this website is only available to you for personal use. All forms of commercial use are strictly prohibited.

    1. You undertake not to copy, reproduce, transmit, publish, display, distribute, commercially exploit or create any part of our website (including, but not limited to: themes, fonts, sub-themes, categories, sub-categories, presentations), including all intellectual property rights unless we expressly authorize you to do so.

    2. If, in any particular or general manner, intentionally or through fault, you breach the above provisions (interdictions, rules or scope of usage etc.), we have the right to claim damages from you, for your illicit breach of our intellectual property rights and immediately restrict the usage of any content taken without authorization or permission.

    3. In case of infringement of our intellectual property rights, we will fully enforce any and all available legal procedures and remedies.

  1. Use of our Website

    1. The permission granted to you to use our Website is personal and non-transferable. It is strictly forbidden to use the Site for any commercial purposes. Your use of the Site is bound to the acceptance of the rules set out in these Terms and Conditions, therefore you agree that you will not:

  • use the Site for any fraudulent or unlawful purposes;

  • use the Site to defame, abuse, harass, stalk, threaten or otherwise violate the rights of others;

  • impersonate any person or entity, falsely state or otherwise misrepresent your affiliation with any person or entity in connection with our Website;

  • interfere with (or disrupt) the functionality of the Site or the servers / the networks that are used to make the Site available and usable;

  • transmit or otherwise upload on the Site any virus, worm, Trojan horse or other computer-generated code that is harmful or invasive or may damage/disrupt the operation of any software or technical equipment;

  • remove / blur / crop any copyright, trademark, or other intellectual propriety rights notices from the Site or materials originating from the Website;

  • frame, mirror, duplicate, any part of the Site without our express written consent;

  • reproduce the presentation of the Site (including, but not limited to themes, sub-themes, categories, sub-categories, product images, product presentations, product overviews etc.)


    1. Cookies represent tiny text files that are stored on your computer when you visit our website. They help us to make the website run smoothly and allow us to provide the best service possible; here’s a list of different types of cookies we might use on our website and why we use them:

    • Strictly Necessary: these cookies are essential because they to allow the user to navigate around a website and make use of the various options and services.

    • Functionality: these cookies are used to store preferences set by users such as account name, language, and location.

    • Security: we use these cookies to help identify and prevent potential security risks.

    • Advertising: these cookies are used to display relevant advertising to visitors who use our website, as well as to understand and report on the efficacy of ads served on our website. They track details such as the number of unique visitors, the number of times particular ads have been displayed, and the number of clicks the ads have received. These are set by Automatic and trusted third party networks and are generally persistent in nature.

    • Third Party / Embedded Content: those cookies enhance the experience of website visitors. These include social media platforms such as Facebook and LinkedIn (through the use of sharing buttons). As a result, cookies may be set by these third parties, and used by them to track your online activity. We have no direct control over the information that is collected by these cookies.

    1. What cookies do we use on our website?

Store front end:






Helps WooCommerce determine when cart contents/data changes.



Helps WooCommerce determine when cart contents/data changes.


2 days

Contains a unique code for each customer so that it knows where to find the cart data in the database for each customer.



Powers the Recent Viewed Products widget.

store_notice[notice id]


Allows customers to dismiss the Store Notice.

Store dashboard (/wp-admin):





2 days

Allows dashboard users to dismiss Marketplace suggestions, if enabled.


1 month

Count of suggestion dismissals, if enabled.



Stores a randomly-generated anonymous ID. This is only used within the dashboard (/wp-admin) area and is used for usage tracking, if enabled.

For more details about the usage of cookies, please visit https://docs.woocommerce.com/document/woocommerce-cookies/

    1. We mainly use cookies to enhance your browsing experience on our website. Your online experience can be enhanced by the cookies we use because they can:

    • Recognize what are your preferred settings.

    • Give you a browsing experience that is unique to you and to serve you content which we believe improves your online experience.

    • Analyze how you use our site which helps us to troubleshoot any problems and to monitor our own performance, therefore we can adjust and improve our website’s functions and capabilities.

    1. The legal basis of processing data collected through cookies (if you accept cookies) resides in article 6 letter a) from the General Data Protection Regulation of E.U. 2016/679, meaning that you give us your express consent regarding this type of data processing.

    2. We advise you that we are going to update this policy from time to time. If we make any changes we will let you know by posting online, on our website, the updated form of this Policy, therefore, it is recommended that you should regularly check this policy to ensure you are aware of the most updated version.

  1. Third party links

    1. To provide useful suggestions or to make an easier use of the Website for the Customer/Participant, we may provide links to other websites. Thus, you acknowledge and agree that we are not responsible for and do not endorse such external websites or resources. They are not under our control and we cannot be held responsible for any problems that may occur while using them. Your use of the third-party websites is at your own risk.


    1. Regarding the ticket sale mechanism, we inform you that all sales will be conducted and organized by our trusted partner – Legal Tech Solutions SRL (LTS, see above definitions).

    2. The prices shown on the Website are expressed in Euro.

    3. When ordering tickets for Legal Accelerators, the accepted payment methods are as follows:

      • You can pay online with your personal or company card in full safety conditions. The cards accepted for payment are those issued under the logos VISA (Classic and Electron) and MASTERCARD (including Maestro, if they have code CVV2 / CVC2).

      • No additional transaction fees are charged.

      • Card data processing is done exclusively on PlatiOnline servers.

      • The security of your information is guaranteed by the fact that PlatiOnline does not store confidential data of your card, but sends it encrypted over a secure connection to the processor bank. This way, your information is secure.

      • Regardless of the base currency of your credit / debit card, the transactions are made in euro.

    1. For credit or debit card payment, the transaction will appear on your bank receipt with name legalaccelerators.

    2. To ensure that online transactions are safe and secure, your credit or debit details will be encrypted through advanced technologies in order to minimize the risk of your details being read, copied or duplicated by an unauthorized individual.

    3. A legally binding contract is concluded when you receive the confirmation that the payment has been accepted.

    4. When you place the order on our website it does not mean that the contract has been concluded. In order to avoid problems that may appear during this process, we inform you that the contract is concluded when you receive the confirmation that your payment has been accepted.

    5. Before you place an order on our website, we strongly recommend reading these Terms and Conditions as they are the general frame in which the contract will be concluded.

    6. This document contains all the general and relevant information regarding your order on our website. Other details will be found in the e-mail that confirms the fact that your order has been accepted and the tickets are ready to be sent.

    7. The payment confirmation will be delivered to the e-mail address that you have provided us with. We provide invoices at request. All inquiries regarding sales receipts, invoices etc. shall be made to contact@legalaccelerators.com

    8. Once purchased, tickets to Legal Accelerators event are not refundable. However, you can transfer them to another person up to 5 business days before the event. Email changes to: contact@legalaccelerators.com.

    9. If Legal Accelerators is cancelled, we will transfer your ticket to an alternative equivalent event or provide you with an option for a refund of your ticket. The maximum refundable sum will be the sum paid by you minus the following: booking fee(s), processing fee(s), card fee(s) and, if applicable, invoice fee(s) incurred by us. In the event of cancellation, we will not pay for any associated expenses or any losses other than the maximum refundable sum determined as above. All the accepted refunds will be resolved in 3 to 30 days. We advise you that we will not be obliged to offer any additional compensation for consequential loss or disappointment that you have suffered. You will not be entitled to a refund if Legal Accelerators is postponed.

  1. Applicable legislation. Litigation

    1. These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the Romanian law.

    2. In the event of any dispute regarding the validity of this Policy or resulting from or in connection with it and the conclusion, interpretation, execution or termination of the contract, it will be settled either by requests addressed to the material competent courts of the City of Cluj-Napoca or by arbitration of The Arbitration Court of the Cluj Chamber of Commerce and Industry, according to its procedure and by a single arbitrator. The judgment shall be final for the parties. Either party is free to choose one of the two different disputes resolution proceedings.

  1. Events beyond our control

    1.  Under no circumstances are we liable for any damage that is caused by any event or circumstances beyond our reasonable control including but not limited to: flood, fire, explosion or accident, strikes, lockdowns and other industrial actions, breakdown of system or network access, as well as those such as natural disasters, states of necessity or emergency, epidemics, widespread or potentially transmitted diseases, significant legislative changes affecting our own or our partners’ activity, problems arising from or referring to personnel, provisions / restrictions for a definite or indefinite period of time, issued by public authorities (laws, decisions, ordinances, orders etc.) and directly or indirectly affecting our own or our partners’ activity and/or events.

    2. The Participant understands and fully accepts that the location of the event venue, number of participants, date and duration of the event, method of performance / implementation (physical, online or hybrid), the event itself and / or the activities performed at / during the event may be changed, cancelled or rescheduled in whole or in part due to circumstances such as: cases of force majeure (as defined by the legal provisions in force and in these Terms and Conditions), natural disasters, states of necessity, alert or emergency, epidemics, widespread diseases or diseases with increased transmission potential, strikes, significant legislative changes incident to / concerning the Organizer’s activity, problems generated due to transport, problems due to its or its partners’ staff, mandatory decrees / restrictions, issued for an indefinite or definite period of time by local or central public authorities/institutions (laws, resolutions, ordinances, orders etc. ) and concerning or affecting directly or indirectly the Organizer’s activity or events and / or economic activities, whether issued for reasons of public health and safety or other objective circumstances which, by their effects or consequences, actual or potential, may have an impact on the health and safety of persons or the activity. In such situations, the Organizer, at its own discretion, may choose to modify, cancel or reschedule the activities taking place during the event or even the event itself, and its decision shall be mandatory for the Participant.

    3. In situations as above or similar, as far as possible, modifications, rescheduling or cancellations shall be made gradually and in a proportionate manner, trying as far as possible to preserve the original characteristics of the event and the presentations / activities within. Thus, prior to a decision to cancel or reschedule the event activities, preliminary minor changes shall be considered to allow the event / performance to be held in online or hybrid (physical and online) format. If those preliminary changes fail to accomplish the desired purpose, then the Organizer shall consider rescheduling or cancelling the event, in accordance to the aforementioned criteria.

    4. The Organizer shall not be held liable for non-performance or late performance of its obligations in the event of force majeure. Cases of force majeure are those defined by the legal provisions in force, as well as those such as natural disasters, states of necessity, alert or emergency, epidemics, widespread diseases or diseases with increased transmission potential, strikes, significant legislative changes incident to / concerning the Organizer’s activity, problems generated due to transport, problems due to its or its partners’ staff, mandatory decrees / restrictions, issued for an indefinite or definite period of time by local or central public authorities/institutions (laws, resolutions, ordinances, orders etc. ) and concerning or affecting directly or indirectly the Organizer’s activity or events and / or economic activities, whether issued for reasons of public health and safety or other objective circumstances which, by their effects or consequences, actual or potential, may have an impact on the health and safety of persons or the activity. In such situations, the Organizer can not be held liable to pay compensation as a consequence.
    5. The Participant certifies that in such situations and when article 10.b is applied, he / she does not intend to claim any form of compensation for possible material and / or moral damages and accepts that, if the Organizer decides to modify, reschedule or cancel the event any and all payments received by the Organizer will remain in its possession and the participant / client will be entitled to one of the following:
      • If the event will be held exclusively online, tickets / passes acquired for physical participation during the event or that involve / grant even in part physical participation, will be converted into corresponding tickets / passes for online participation. Depending on the actual circumstances, without having any binding obligation, the Organizer can offer additional facilities.
      • If the event will be rescheduled at a later date, any and all tickets / passes acquired will be used for participation at the respective date, granting at least the same rights and benefits as for the initially scheduled event. If the rescheduled event will be held exclusively online, the aforementioned rules will apply accordingly.
      • If the event will be canceled, entirely or in part, any and all tickets / passes acquired by Participants will be converted into tickets / passes for other events, activities or services that are or can be offered by the Organizer and / or its partners.
    6. In any circumstances if Organizer intends to modify, reschedule or cancel the event, Participants will be informed by e-mail and will be required to opt for one of the options (as detailed above, when applicable) presented by the Organizer, until the deadline established by the Organizer. If the Participant fails to inform the Organizer regarding the chosen option before the deadline date and / or if the Participant refuses to exercise this right, the Organizer has no obligation to implement such an option regarding the Participant in question.
  1. Invalidity

    1. If a part (or more than a part) of these Terms and Conditions is unenforceable (including any provision in which we exclude our liability to you) the enforceability of any other part of these Terms and Conditions will not be affected.

  1. The Entire Agreement

    1. These Conditions, together with additional terms and conditions for specific details, contact details, privacy policy, represent the whole of our agreement. Nothing said by any salesperson on our behalf should be understood as a variation of these terms and conditions.

  1. Complaints/ Feedback/ Recommendations

    1. Please feel free to give us any feedback, recommendations or comments about our services, policies and website structure or functionality. We take this matter very seriously and we aim to deal with any problems or difficulties in an effective manner. Please email us at contact@legalaccelerators.com or give us a phone call at +40 740 196 786 or +40 744 780 909. We are trying to answer all the requests in the shortest time possible but we inform you that depending on the object of the request it may take between 2 to 5 working days to provide an answer.

Last updated: 12.08.2021