I. Data controller:
Your personal data is controlled by Grzelczak Fogel i Partnerzy Spółka Partnerska Radców Prawnych, with the registered office at ul. Sudecka 74/28, 53-129 Wrocław, entered in the register of entrepreneurs kept by the District Court for Wrocław-Fabryczna in Wrocław, VI Commercial Department of the Polish Court Register, under no. KRS 0000607670, tax identification no: NIP 8992786194; statistical no.: REGON: 363963770.
To contact us you can:
– send an email to email@example.com,
– send a letter to the following address: ul. Sudecka 74/28, 53-129 Wrocław, or
– call 0048 71 341 60 41.
II. Data processing purposes
We process your personal data based on the following legal grounds and for the following purposes:
1) Due to our legitimate business interests – based on art. 6 sec. 1 f) of the GDPR – we may process your personal data in the following circumstances:
– we may collect and analyze the data obtained in the course of your visits on our website in order to analyze how the website is used, make it more efficient and user friendly as well as for statistical purposes;
– we may process your data collected through our profiles on social media such as i.a. Facebook or Linkedin in order to ensure the use of these profiles, interact with you and inform you of our business;
– if you contact us via email, we may process your personal data to keep in touch with you;
– if we have provided legal services to you, we may process your data in order to send you a survey assessing the service quality; moreover, we may process the data to comply with our obligations resulting from the professional standards applicable to legal advisors and attorneys-at-law, in particular the standards established by the relevant bar associations;
– if there are any disputes between us, we may process your data in order to resolve these disputes, including to pursue, determine or defend claims;
2) In connection with the performance of a contract with you or the performance on your demand of any actions before such contract is executed we may process your data based on art. 6 sec. 1 c) of the GDPR. This includes data processing which is necessary in order to prepare an offer at your request or to provide legal assistance.
3) Due to our legal obligations, including those related to tax or financial issues and those resulting from the regulations of the professions of legal advisor or attorney-at-law, we may process your data based on art. 6 sec. 1 c) of the GDPR.
4) If you subscribed to our newsletter, we may process your data based on art. 6 sec. 1 a) of the GDPR.
III. Obligation to disclose data:
There is no legal obligation requiring you to disclose your data to us.
With regard to the visits on our website the processing of your data such as an IP address, date and time of the visit and the place from which you log in to the website is necessary for you to be able to use it.
With regard to your visits on our social media profiles the processing of your data such as your first and last name and photo is necessary in order to use the functionalities of the social media platforms.
If you contact us via email, the processing of your personal data such as email address, first and last name as well as any other information included in the message is necessary in order for us to stay in touch with you.
With regard to your data collected in order to perform a contract on legal services or on your request before such contract is executed, the data processing is necessary for us to put a price on the services and prepare an offer for you, to complete them and/or to make the necessary settlements. This concerns your data such as the first and last name, address, tax identification number (NIP), contact details (email or telephone number) and any other information necessary to perform the legal services, including a detailed description of the problem you would like us to assist you with. Moreover, if the legal regulations or professional standards to which we are subject so require, we will process the data in order to comply with them.
As far as our newsletter is concerned, the processing of your email address is necessary for you to receive such newsletter.
IV. Data retention period
We may process your data for the following periods:
1) With regard to the data collected in connection with the performance of any actions, at your request, before the execution of a contract on legal services – not longer than until it is clear that no such contract will be concluded;
2) With regard to the data necessary to perform a contract on legal services and to comply with our legal obligations in this respect – as long as it is required for the abovementioned purposes (e.g. until the expiry of the limitation period concerning tax dues);
3) with regard to the data processed due to our legitimate business interests – until you object to data processing, unless:
– our compelling legitimate interests override your interests, rights and freedoms – in such case we may still process the data, however not longer than necessary to fulfil the processing purposes;
– we need your data to determine, pursue or defend claims – in such case we may process the data until the arbitration, court or enforcement proceedings are lawfully concluded (if such proceedings are initiated);
4) with regard to the data processed based on your consent – until the consent is withdrawn.
V. Your rights:
In connection with the processing of your personal data you have the following rights:
1) Right of access;
2) Right to rectification;
3) Right to erasure;
4) Right to restriction of processing;
5) Right to data portability
6) Right to withdraw consent, if you granted one, however the withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of processing undertaken until such withdrawal;
7) Right to file a complaint with the President of the Personal Data Protection Office regarding the processing of your data.
You also have the right to object to data processing we undertake due to our legitimate business interests (based on art. 6 sec. 1 f) of the GDPR). In such case we shall no longer process your data, unless in a given case, our compelling legitimate interests override your interests, rights or freedoms or unless we need your data to determine, pursue or defend claims.
VI. Data transfers
We may transfer your personal data to:
– entities that provide us with services regarding software maintenance, hosting or website analytics,
– our accountants,
– attorneys-at-law, legal advisors and tax advisors, with whom we may cooperate in order to provide the legal assistance that you requested.
If you visit our website, your personal data collected during such visits may be transferred outside the territory of the European Union to third countries, which the European Commission has approved as providing adequate level of personal data protection, in particular to the U.S. in connection with the Privacy Shield framework. Moreover, we may transfer your data to other, non-approved countries provided that appropriate data protection safeguards are in place as required by the GDPR, including standard contractual clauses.
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