I. Data shall be processed in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (“GDPR”)
The law firm does not conduct automated decision-making or automatic profiling of personal data.
II. The administrator of personal data of persons, who contacted the law firm or concluded contract with the law firm, is (accordingly, depending on the person that contact or contract has been established with):
attorney at law Anna Mazurczak who conducts economic activity under the business name „Kacnelaria Adwokacka adwokatka Anna Mazurczak” (NIP number: 9721136674)
or attorney at law Paweł Knut, who conducts economic activity under the business name “Adwokat Paweł Knut Kancelaria Adwokacka” (NIP: 8392924854)
Contact details of both administrators are as follows:
mobile: +48 793 907 807
III. Every person whose personal data is processed by the law firm has the following rights:
a) right to object to the processing of personal data due to a specific situation,
b) right to access personal data,
c) right to request rectification of personal data,
d) right to request erasure of personal data,
e) right to request restriction of the processing of personal data,
f) right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority competent for personal data protection – the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.
IV. The principles and purpose of processing personal data of persons who have concluded a written agreement for the provision of legal services with the law firm are specified in that agreement.
V. The law firm processes personal data of persons who contact the law firm, including by phone or e-mail, or with whom the law firm contacts, including by phone or e-mail, and have not concluded a written contract for the provision of legal services with the law firm, which would define the rules for the processing of personal data.
The law firm processes personal data in this situation in order to answer questions or establish cooperation with that person or entity it represents. The legal basis for the processing of personal data is the legitimate interest of the law firm in providing an answer to a question, explaining the rules for the provision of legal services or establishing and maintaining relations as part of the law firm’s business activities.
In the above-mentioned situations, the law firm processes personal data during the period of maintaining relations with the person contacting the law firm, and after the termination of that relations for a period not longer than one year. The law firm may provide personal data to entities with whom it has concluded a data processing agreement, including telecommunications service providers and an accounting office.
VI. Please do not send the law firm any work or cooperation offers or any related to them personal data, if the law firm has not posted an appropriate announcement. Data sent without such announcement will be permanently deleted after informing about this the sender of a message or a letter.