In the course of our business, we act as a personal data controller. We collect, store, disclose and process your personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation of 27 April 2016 (GDPR) and its national implementing legislation.
We will specify in this Privacy Statement what data we collect, how we collect it, to whom we collect it, how we use it and to whom we disclose it.
How we process your data depends on your relationship with us:
- simple website visitor;
- contacts who receive legal updates (newsflashes, newsletters) and invitations to events;
- clients and contacts;
- opposing parties in a dispute.
Please read this Statement carefully to understand your rights regarding the processing of your personal data.
- If you are a simple visitor to the website
When using our website, we may collect and process some of your personal data. For this purpose, we refer you to our Cookie Statement.
- If you receive legal updates and event invitations from us
We may collect your personal data directly from you or through other sources such as cookies.
Your data may be shared with our partners, assistants, and staff within our firm. We may also share your data with third parties who assist us in organizing and hosting certain events.
Your data will not be kept longer than necessary, for example until you no longer wish to receive our mailings or until it appears that your e-mail address is no longer being used.
- If you are a client or contact person
Legal and financial service providers must have certain information and documents about the identity of their clients. This is the case for Del-Law.
We collect and process your personal data for the purpose of providing services to our clients.
This includes data that you have shared with us yourself, that others have given to us or that is publicly available.
Your data will not be kept longer than necessary. As a rule, your data will be stored for a period of X years after the end of our contractual relationship.
- If you are an opposing party in a dispute
We collect and process your contact information when we make contact with you. All other information about you is subject to confidentiality on our part.
We may pass on your details to the courts or to other law firms.
Your data will not be kept longer than necessary for the services rendered to our clients. As a rule, your data will be stored for a period of X years after the end of the contractual relationship with the client.
► A change to this privacy statement is possible in the future and will be available on this page if necessary.
The law states that cookies may only be stored on your device if they are strictly necessary for the operation of the site.
You may change or withdraw your consent at any time.