We process your personal data on the following bases:
- Based on your explicit consent;
- for protect our legitimate interests;
- in order to comply with the obligations imposed on us by legislation.
1. PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING WHEN YOU PROVIDE OUR QUESTIONS, OTHER INFORMATION
The Eipre & Partners Law Firm processes your data also in cases when you contact us via the general office e-mail of Eipre & Partners, presenting a query, submitting questions or sending information by contacts indicated on our website or on social networks.
The Eipre & Partners Law Firm processes your data in these cases in order to administer queries and complaints, to ensure the quality of the services we provide, protecting and defending its rights and legitimate interests. You provide your data to us on the basis of your consent, which is expressed by your active steps, i.e. by contacting us.
2. PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING FOR RECRUITING PURPOSES
There are two types of cookies:
- Persistent cookies remains permanently on the cookie file of your computer. They may used, for example, to recognize that you are a returning visitor to the site and adapt the website’s content to fit your needs or to collect statistical data.
- Session cookies are temporary and will disappear when you exit the website or close your browser. Session cookies may be used in order to enable certain site functions such as applying for a service or product, carry out banking transactions etc.
Cookies are commonly used on our websites to facilitate better user experience. Cookies enable our web servers to recognize you and automatically adapt the content to fit your needs when you access the site. Using cookies also makes it easier for us to learn about our users’ needs. They provide us with usage statistics which enable us to measure and improve our website’s performance.
Our cookies can be created by different providers that help us to deliver our web services. An example of such providers are Google and Facebook.
Users of our websites are deemed to consent to the usage of cookies if their web browser is set to accept cookies. If you do not accept cookies, the operation of a number of our website’s services and functions may be restricted, for example in being able to retain your personal settings.
You can always choose whether you want to accept cookies in your web browser. If you do not want to accept cookies, you can set your browser to automatically disable them, or to inform you on each occasion when a website is requesting to add a cookie. Please refer to your web browser’s help function to make the necessary settings.
These provisions may be changed from time to time without notice in order for us to be compliant with the legislation and/or generally accepted practice relating to cookies.
3. DATA SUBJECTS RIGHTS
With respect to your personal data you have the following rights:
- receive information about the processing of personal data in our office;
- to demand correcting incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete data, erasing your personal data or restricting the processing of your personal data when personal data is processed without complying with legal requirements or when there is another legal basis;
- to demand to transfer your personal data to another data controller or provide it directly to you in a convenient form (applicable to that personal data that you submitted and that is processed by automated means on the basis of the agreement or consent);
- to object to processing of your personal data if it is processed on the basis of a legitimate interest, unless there are legitimate reasons for such processing or for the purpose of making, pursuing or defending legal claims;
- in cases where your personal data is processed on a separate consent basis, you have the right at any time to withdraw your consent to processing of your personal data.
You always have the right to contact us at the email address firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions regarding the processing of your data by our Office. You also have the right to submit a corresponding request to the Data Protection Inspectorate.