Data processing principles of the law firm Advokátní kancelář Chlebcová s.r.o.
While providing legal services, we process personal data of our clients and the third parties. We protect all the processed personal data as strictly confidential and we handle them in accordance with the effective legal regulations in the field of personal data protection. The security of your personal data is a priority to us.
We process personal data in accordance with the respective legal regulations, such as the act no. 85/1996 Coll., on Advocacy, as amended, and a 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 (General Data Protection Regulation, hereinafter „GDPR“).
The scope of data processed differs according to the matter which we deal with. It is always at least the client’s basic identification data necessary for the conclusion of a Contract on the provision of legal services or for a power of attorney, and the contact details. Those might also be the data about a family or a personal situation, personal status, bank details, a property and a financial situation and details about court, execution, criminal and administrative proceedings relating to a client.
We also process such data of the third parties if the case relates to them.
The processing of personal data is grounded on a contract on the provision of legal services or a decision of a respective authority in case we are appointed for a provision of legal services. The communication of personal data is a necessary precondition for a provision of legal services, without such communication, such provision of legal services is not possible.
In the sense of GDPR, we are the controller of your personal data, i.e. we collect, keep and use or otherwise process your personal data while we provide legal services. The category of personal data and the purposes for which we process them are named either in the information for the clients or for the third parties or in the GDPR documentation which can be looked into in our law firm.
We make access to your personal data only to the entitled employees and cooperating attorneys or to individual contractually agreed personal data processors or other controllers but only in the scope necessary for the fulfilment of the individual goals of processing and on the basis of a corresponding legal title for personal data processing.
In the cases set by law, we are entitled (or obliged) to hand over some personal data, on the basis of the effective legal acts, to law enforcement agency or other public authorities.
Personal data of the third parties which means personal data of the employees and customers of the clients or suppliers and other individuals taking part in a cooperation with us, or other data we obtain from a client or a supplier in relation to a conclusion or a fulfilment of a contract, will be processed in accordance with the effective legal regulations in the field of data protection. We use such personal data for the purpose of the fulfilment of contracts concluded with the clients or the suppliers. We process personal data of the third parties within the duration of a contractual relationship and further for the period set by the special legal regulation if any. Such personal data will be kept for longer period of time only if there will be, in a justified case, a need to keep data in relation to a specific case.
We process and keep your personal data for a period necessary for security of all rights and duties arising out of the respective contractual relationship and further for a period for which we, as controllers of personal data, are obliged to keep them according to the general legal rules. In other cases, a period of data processing follows from the purpose of processing to which it has to be reasonable, or it is set by legal regulations in the field of data protection. Particular periods are stated either in the information for the clients or for the third parties or in the GDPR documentation which can be looked into in our law firm.
Your rights, as a data subject, are more specifically described in the information for the clients or for the third parties or in the GDPR documentation which can be looked into in our law firm. In case of the repeated or obviously unjustified requests for application of the above mentioned rights shall we be entitled to charge a reasonable fee or we can deny the realization of such right. In such case, we would inform you about that.
NOTIFICATION: With regard to the specific character of the performance of advocacy, a performance of some rights of data subjects can be significantly limited (especially for the cases of data processing relating to the particular legal matters).
These principles of personal data protection are effective as of 25th May 2018 and shall be regularly updated. The complete GDPR documentation regulating the rules for personal data processing in the scope of GDPR is available in our law firm.