Eurotrials Website Terms and Conditions of use

Before accessing and using the site, read the Terms and Conditions carefully. By accessing and using this Site, the user declares that (s)he has read, understood and accepted the Terms and Conditions described below, without need for any further action or consent.

The Terms and Conditions may be altered at any time by decision of Eurotrials, and it is deemed that the alterations come into force from the date on which they are placed on the site. Subsequent access and use of the site or Apps by the user will be deemed to be an unequivocal sign that (s)he has read, accepted and understood the altered Terms and Conditions.


Eurotrials, is strongly committed to respecting the privacy of its users. It has therefore drawn up the following Privacy Policy to duly inform you how the website functions and how your personal information is processed.

Any change in our Privacy Policy, subsequent to your active submission of your personal details, that may compromise your reasons for submitting them, will be made known to you if you provide us with a means of contacting you.

Personal Information Collected

When you visit our site and sign into one of the available functionalities, we need to collect some of your personal details to be able to send you the information or explanation you have requested from us, and also to consider you in recruitment processes if you have actively expressed an interest in this.

We do not collect personal information that may identify you or that relates to your personal details without your consent. We may therefore collect and retain information you have voluntarily decided to give us, including, but not restricted to, individualised personal information, such as your name, address, email address and telephone number.

Should it be necessary for you to provide us with personal information to access a certain type of functionality, you will be expressly informed about how this information will be used.

In accordance with the law, data subjects are entitled to free access without restrictions, in order to confirm, rectify, delete or block the data that they have provided, and may do so in person or in writing to the address of this institution duly identified on the website, at any time and free of charge, pursuant to Law No. 67/98, of 26 October.

Minors under 18 years of age must obtain authorisation from parents or guardians before providing personal details to the Eurotrials site.

Storage of Personal Information

After the collection of individualised personal information that you have voluntarily submitted to us, Eurotrials, will proceed to store and retain it until we receive instructions from you to the contrary, or until the law may require its removal. The storage of this information enables Eurotrials to continue to provide you with uninterrupted personalised services.

Any user may freely choose to provide, or not to provide, any individualised personal information.

Accordingly, should you not wish to receive communications from Eurotrials, even after having provided us with your details, please contact us by e-mail:

Security and Use of Information

Eurotrials undertakes to ensure the privacy of visitors to its Internet site.

Eurotrials, does not sell, lease or otherwise make available to third parties, any personal detail submitted by the users of our site.


We use cookies on our website to improve performance and your experience as a user. This document explains how we do this.

What are cookies?

“Cookies” are small text files that are stored on your computer or mobile device through the Internet browser that gather information related only to your preferences, not your personal data. The use of cookies enables the website to recognise the device the next time the user visits it.

The term “cookies” is used in this policy to refer to all files that gather information in this way.

The cookies used do not gather information that can identify users. Cookies collect generic information, such as how users accessed the website, or the country zone(s) they accessed the website from, etc.
Cookies only gather information related to your preferences. Users may, at any time, through their Internet browser, decide to be notified about the receipt of cookies, or block cookies from being stored on their system.
Refusing to accept cookies on a website may result in users being unable to access certain areas, or to receive personalised information.

What are Cookies used for?

Cookies help determine the usefulness, interest in and number of uses of the websites on which they are stored, enabling users to navigate more quickly and efficiently, and eliminating the need to enter the same information over and over again.

What type of cookies do we use?

Persistent Cookies – These are stored, for a variable period of time, on the Internet browser and on devices (PC, mobile phone, tablet), and are used whenever users visit the website. They are generally used to focus the browsing according to the user’s interests, enabling us to provide a more personalised service.

Session Cookies – These are temporary; they are only stored in your browser’s “cookies” folder until you leave the website. The information they collect enables problems to be identified and leads to a better navigation experience.

How do we manage cookies?

As already explained, cookies help you get the most out of our websites.

All Internet browsers allow users to accept, refuse or delete cookies, by selecting the appropriate settings in the Internet browser.

Even after accepting cookies, users can always disable some or all of our cookies. Follow the instructions below to do this:

Configuring Cookies in Internet Explorer – Disabling cookies

  • Click on the “Tools” menu and select “Internet Options”;
  • Select the “Privacy” tab;
  • Move the slider to the top, where the phrase “Block all cookies” will appear.

Note: There are various levels of cookie enablement and disablement in Internet Explorer. For more information on cookies settings in Internet Explorer, see the following Microsoft page:

Configuring Cookies in Mozilla Firefox – Disabling cookies

  • Click on the “Tools” menu;
  • Select “Options”;
  • Click on the “Privacy” icon in the panel along the top;
  • In the “Cookies” section, disable the option “Accept cookies from sites”;
  • Click on “OK” to save the changes, and close.

Note: There are various levels of cookie enablement and disablement in Mozilla Firefox. For more information on cookies settings in Mozilla Firefox, see the following page:

Configuring Cookies in Chrome – Disabling cookies

  • Click on the Chrome menu in your browser toolbar.
  • Select “Settings”.
  • Click on “Show advanced settings”.
  • In the section “Privacy”, click on the button “Content settings”.
  • Select the option “Block sites from setting any data”.

The following settings can be altered in the “Cookies” section:

  • Delete cookies
  • Block cookies by presetting
  • Allow cookies by presetting
  • Keep cookies and data on the Website by presetting before leaving the Internet browser
  • Manage exceptions for cookies of Websites or specific domains.

Note: There are various levels of cookie enablement and disablement in Google Chrome. For more information on cookies settings in Google Chrome, see the following page: #

Configuring Cookies in Safari Web and iOS – Disabling cookies

  • Click on “Edit”;
  • Select “Preferences”;
  • In the panel at the top, select the “Privacy” icon;
  • In the section “Accept cookies”, select “Never”.

Note: There are various levels of cookie enablement and disablement in Safari. For more information on cookie settings in Safari, see the following page:

Other Internet browsers

Please search in the “Help” menu of the Internet browser, or contact the Internet browser supplier.

NOTE: Some pages may not work properly if you disable cookies.


All data, registered trademarks and the whole content in general of this site are the property or for the exclusive use of Eurotrials, and its subsidiary companies, and are protected under the general terms of the law and by the national and international legislation for the protection of Intellectual Property. Reproduction is permitted for personal use, but unauthorised modifications, imitations, loans, leases, broadcasts or sale of any content of this site are prohibited.

The contents of the pages of this site are protected by Copyright and Related Rights, and Industrial Property Rights.

All rights not expressly granted by Eurotrials, are reserved rights. Therefore all texts, images, illustrations, photographs, advertising, trademarks and other elements of the site content are protected by law, and any copying, reproduction, circulation or broadcasting, use, modification, sale, publication, distribution, or any other use, total or partial, whatever the means used may be, is expressly prohibited.

The free uses authorised by law, in particular the right of quotation, provided its origin is clearly stated, are an exception to this prohibition.

Authorisation is granted to use documents (such as Press Releases, Statements and Anual Reports and Accounts) from this site, provided the copyright notice appears on all copies. The use of such documents must be exclusively for information, and not commercial or personal, purposes, and they may not be copied or placed on any network computer or circulated in any other means of communication, nor may any modifications be made to the documents. Infringement will lead to prosecution.

Although the personal details supplied to us are subject to what is defined in our privacy policy, we understand that all information conveyed to us through the internet (including suggestions, material and ideas) shall be our property and for our exclusive, albeit restricted, use. This information will not have to be treated by us as confidential.

Some parts of the site may contain images covered by the copyright of their suppliers (such as, for example, image bank photographs).

Any software that may be available for downloading from the Eurotrials site is the copyright of the operator who supplies it. The terms of use of this software are established by the operator who makes it available, and we therefore recommend that these be read.


In order to facilitate their accessibility, Eurotrials, may include links to other sites on the Internet. When the links to these sites are used, the rules for the site should be checked and accepted prior to use. It is not possible for us to guarantee their quality, neither do we accept any responsibility for the content or further functionalities of these sites

The Eurotrials, website is not responsible for the content or the subject matter of any other website, including any site that has provided access to its portal or that has been accessed through its portal.


Neither Eurotrials, nor any other party involved in the creation, production, maintenance or implementation of the site, may be held responsible for any losses or damages under public liability (including, but not limited to, substantive damages, loss of earnings and damages for pain and suffering, caused directly or consequentially), that may arise as a consequence of the correct or incorrect use of the site and of its contents by the user, or from the access to the user’s computer and software system by third parties, viruses etc.

Although it is committed to the security of its website and to implementing the appropriate technical, physical and digital measures to ensure its protection, Eurotrials, neither guarantees nor declares that the files available for downloading on the site are free from viruses, worms, Trojan horses, scripts or any other code or program that may contain destructive or harmful properties,

The information appearing on the site must be regarded as being of an informative nature. Despite the efforts of Eurotrials, to keep the contents updated and reliable, it may contain inaccuracies or typing errors, or be out of date, and it may be altered at any time without any obligation on the part of Eurotrials, to give prior notice of this. Its use as the basis for decision-making is therefore not recommended.


It is expressly forbidden to use the site for illegal purposes or any other purposes that might be considered unworthy of the image of Eurotrials, or of its subsidiaries in the market.

Usurpation, counterfeiting, exploitation of the usurped or counterfeited content, unlawful identification and unfair competition are punishable by criminal law.

The user is also prohibited from creating or introducing into this site any type of virus, worm, Trojan horse, script or any other code or program that may contain destructive or harmful properties, and from encouraging third parties to do so.


These Terms and Conditions are governed and interpreted according to the Portuguese law. The Court of Lisbon, to the exclusion of any other, is competent to settle any disputes that may arise from the interpretation and application of these Eurotrials website Terms and Conditions of use.