Law & More processes personal data. In order to inform you in a clear and transparent way about this processing of personal data, this privacy statement is drafted. Law & More respects your personal data and ensures that the personal information that is provided to us is handled in a confidential way. This privacy statement implements the obligation to inform data subjects of who Law & More processes personal data. This obligation derives from the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In this privacy statement the most important questions concerning the processing of personal data by Law & More will be answered.
Law & More is the controller with regard to the processing of your personal data. Law & More is located at De Zaale 11 (5612 AJ) Eindhoven. If questions rise concerning this privacy statement, you can contact us. You can reach us by telephone at number +31 (0) 40 369 06 80 and via email on email@example.com.
Personal data is all information that tells us something about a person or that can be associated with a person. Information that indirectly tells us something about a person, is also considered to be personal data. In this privacy statement, personal data means all information that Law & More processes from you and by which you can be identified.
Law & More processes personal data in order to provide services to clients or personal data that are provided by data subjects on their own initiative. This includes contact details and other personal details that are necessary for the handling of your case, personal data you have filled in on contact forms or web forms, information you provide during (introductory) interviews, personal data available on public websites or personal data that can be obtained from public registers, such as the Cadastral Registry and the Trade Register of the Chamber of Commerce. Law & More processes personal data in order to provide services, to improve these services and to be able to communicate personally with you as a data subject.
Whose personal data is processed by Law & More?
This privacy statement applies to all persons whose data is processed by Law & More. Law & More processes personal data of people with whom we indirectly or directly have, want to have or have had a relationship. This includes the following persons:
Purpose of the processing of personal data
Law & More processes your personal data for the following purposes:
If you hire us in order to provide legal services, we ask you to share your contact details with us. It could also be necessary to receive other personal data in order to handle your case, depending on the nature of the matter. In addition, your personal data will be used in order to invoice for the services provided. If necessary for providing our services, we provide your personal data to third parties.
Law & More registers your personal data in a system and stores these data in order to provide information to you. This can be information concerning your relationship with Law & More. If you don’t have a relationship with Law & More (yet), you are able to request information using the contact form on the website. Law & More processes personal data in order to contact you and to provide you with the requested information.
Law & More processes your personal data in order to fulfil legal obligations. According to the law and the rules of conduct that apply to lawyers, we are obligated to verify your identity on the basis of a valid identity document.
Law & More collects your personal data for the purpose of recruitment and selection. When you send a job application to Law & More, your personal data are stored in order to determine whether you will be invited for a job interview and in order to contact you with regard to your application.
Law & More uses several social media networks, namely Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. If you use the functions on the website with regard to social media, we are able to collect your personal data through the social media networks concerned.
To measure the business use of our website, we use the Leadinfo service in Rotterdam. This service shows us company names and addresses based on IP addresses of our visitors. The IP address is not included.
Grounds for the processing of personal data
Law & More processes your personal data on the basis of one or more of the following grounds:
Law & More can process your personal data because you have given consent for such processing. You have the right to withdraw this consent at all times.
If you hire Law & More to provide legal services, we will process your personal data if and to the extend necessary for performing these services.
Your personal data will be processed in order to comply with legal obligations. According to the Dutch Anti money laundering and terrorist financing law, lawyers are obligated to collect and record certain information. This entails that, among others, the clients’ identity needs to be verified.
Law & More processes your personal data when we have a legitimate interest to do so and when the processing does not breach your right to privacy in a disproportionate manner.
Sharing personal data with third parties
Law & More discloses your personal data only to third parties when this is necessary for providing our services, respecting the grounds mentioned before. This could include the concluding of agreements, disclosing personal data with regard to (legal) procedures, correspondence with the counterparty or enabling third parties on behalf of and commissioned by Law & More, such as ICT-providers. In addition, Law & More can provide personal data to third parties, such as a supervisory or publicly appointed authority, insofar as there is a legal duty to do so.
A processor agreement will be concluded with each third party who processes your personal data on behalf of and commissioned by Law & More. As a consequence, every processor is also obligated to comply with the GDPR. Third parties that are enabled by Law & More, but provide services as a controller, are responsible themselves for compliance with the GDPR. This includes for example accountants and notaries.
Security of personal data
Law & More values the security and protection of your personal data to a great extent and provides appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure a level of security appropriate to the risk, keeping the state of the art in mind. When Law & More makes use of the services of third parties, Law & More will record agreements concerning the measures to be taken in the processor agreement.
Law & More will store the personal data that are being processed no longer than is necessary in order to reach the beforementioned purpose for which the data were collected, or than is required by laws or regulations.
Privacy rights of data subjects
According to privacy legislation, you have certain rights when your personal data are being processed:
You have the right to obtain information as to which personal data of you are being processed and to have access to these personal data.
You have the right to request the controller to rectify or complete inaccurate or incomplete personal data.
You have the right to request Law & More to erase the personal data that are being processed. Law & More shall erase these personal data in the following situations:
You have the right to request Law & More to restrict the processing of personal data when you believe that it is not necessary that certain information is processed.
You have the right to receive the personal data that Law & More processes and to transmit those data to another controller.
You have the right, at any time, to object to processing of your personal data by Law & More.
You can submit a request for access, rectification or completion, erasure, restriction, data portability or withdrawal of given consent at Law & More by sending an email to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive an answer to your request within four weeks. There may be circumstances where Law & More cannot (fully) implement your request. This could for example be the case when the confidentiality of lawyers or legal retention periods are involved.