Information clause

    1. The co-controller of personal data is Magdalena Czerwień – Durkalec, conducting business activity in the form of the Law Firm on Wadowicka 7, 30-415 Kraków, NIP: 677-224-54-72 and Maria Skotnicka, conducting business activity in the form of the Law Firm on Wadowicka 7, 30-415 Kraków, NIP: 676-233-12-53 (“Czerwień Skotnicka Adwokaci”).
    2. Czerwień Skotnicka Adwokaci processes personal data to the extent that is necessary to provide services, perform obligations imposed by law, pursue claims and to establish cooperation.
    3. The legal basis for data processing is Article 6 point 1 letter b and c and f of 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”), i.e. the condition of the contract and the actions necessary for its performance as in connection with the fulfillment of the legal obligation imposed on Czerwień Skotnicka Adwokaci  personal data and legitimate interest, i.e. performance of services and establishing cooperation
    4. Czerwień Skotnicka Adwokaci collects data directly from persons whose data  processes or from clients to the extent necessary to conduct the case. Personal data collected for the purpose of establishing cooperation are collected only from legal sources, where the data has been voluntarily made available for business purposes.
    5. Czerwień Skotnicka Adwokaci stores personal data for the period necessary to provide answers, a duration of the contract, and in the period after its termination resulting from the law as well as the period necessary to protect rights and pursue claims (limitation period). Personal data processing for the purpose of establishing cooperation are deleted after one year in the absence of other grounds for processing.
    6. In order to provide legal services, Czerwień Skotnicka Adwokaci provides data to its employees, cooperating persons, including trainee lawyers, while maintaining confidentiality protection, in particular resulting from attorney – client privilege and the requirements of personal data protection regulations, including the GDPR.
    7. Persons whose data are processed have the right to access, rectify, delete or limit processing and to object subject to Article 16a of the Act of 26 May 1982, the law on the advocacy, and also the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory body in the manner and on the terms provided in Polish law.


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