BRICKS Advocaten (“BRICKS”) respects your privacy and processes personal data in its capacity as a controller in accordance with the European General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”).
• what personal data BRICKS collects and in what manner;
• for what purposes and for what reasons BRICKS processes your personal data;
• how long BRICKS stores your personal data;
• with what parties BRICKS shares your personal data;
• how your personal data are protected;
• your rights as a data subject;
• how you can contact BRICKS.
Personal data means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. The personal data that BRICKS may process include the following:
• basic data, such as your first name and surname and your title;
• contact data, such as your email address, correspondence address and telephone number:
• data on the device that you use to visit our website, such as an IP address;
• data regarding your visit to our website;
• personal data with which you provide BRICKS relating to the attendance of events or meetings, such as wishes and requirements regarding accessibility and diet;
• personal data with which you provide BRICKS when applying for a job, such as your first name and surname, date of birth, address, telephone number, nationality, civil status and all other personal data provided in your letter of application; and
• all other personal data related to you with which you provide BRICKS or that BRICKS may obtain for the purposes and on the grounds set out below.
BRICKS collects these personal data because you have made them available to BRICKS, for instance on entering into an agreement with BRICKS, by sending BRICKS an email, by giving BRICKS your business card or by applying for a job at BRICKS. BRICKS may also obtain your personal data from other sources, such as local counsel, opposing parties, the Trade Register or the Land Registry, or by using public sources.
PURPOSES AND GROUNDS FOR THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
BRICKS may use your personal data for the following purposes:
• to provide you with our legal services;
• to comply with our legal and statutory obligations;
• to process your job application or registration for our services or events; or
• to generate statistics on the use of our website or to analyse and improve our website.
BRICKS processes your personal data on one or more of the following legal grounds:
• the performance of an agreement;
• compliance with a statutory obligation;
• a legitimate interest; or
• your consent.
SHARING DATA WITH OTHER PARTIES
In certain cases we may also share your personal data with third parties, including but not limited to:
• third parties that are relevant to the legal services provided by BRICKS, such as opposing parties, local counsel, courts, regulatory authorities and government institutions;
• third parties, such as supervisory and other authorities, to comply with statutory obligations; and
If BRICKS shares your personal data with third parties, those parties themselves are responsible for complying with privacy legislation. BRICKS is not responsible or liable for the processing of your personal data by those third parties. Insofar as a third party processes your personal data in its capacity as a processor of BRICKS, BRICKS enters into a data processing agreement with such a third party that meets the requirements set out in the GDPR.
In order to provide its services, it may be necessary for BRICKS to transmit your personal data to a recipient in a country outside the European Economic Area. In that case BRICKS ensures that your personal data are passed on in accordance with the applicable legislation and regulations.
BRICKS has taken appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect your personal data against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against loss, destruction, damage, alteration or disclosure. If you have any questions regarding the security of your personal data or if you have any indications of abuse, please contact us at email@example.com.
As a data subject, you have a number of rights:
• The right of access. This means that you may request access to the personal data that BRICKS has collected concerning you. Please bear in mind that circumstances may occur in which BRICKS has the right, for instance on the grounds legal professional privilege, not to comply with your request to provide copies of personal data.
• The right of rectification or correction of your data if they are incorrect or incomplete.
• The right of erasure of your personal data. Please bear in mind that circumstances may occur in which BRICKS is required to retain your data to comply with legal and statutory obligations.
• The right to object to or to request restriction of the processing of your personal data. Also in this regard, circumstances may occur in which BRICKS has the right not to comply with your request.
• The right to data portability; this means that you have the right to receive your data in a structured, commonly-used and machine-readable format. You also have the right to transmit those data to another controller.
• The right to object to profiling.
• The right to file a complaint with the supervisory authority.
• The right to withdraw consent given. Also in this regard, circumstances may occur in which BRICKS has the right to continue to process your personal data, particularly if the processing of those data is a requirement to comply with legal and statutory obligations.
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If you wish to receive further information or if you have any questions or complaints regarding the processing of your personal data, please contact us in writing at firstname.lastname@example.org or at BRICKS Advocaten, Van Heenvlietlaan 198, 1083 CM Amsterdam, the Netherlands.