Principles of Personal Data Processing at Advokátní kancelář Hartmann, Jelínek, Fráňa a partneři, s.r.o. (Law Office)
Advokátní kancelář Hartmann, Jelínek, Fráňa a partneři, s.r.o. (Law Office) processes personal data of its clients and, as the case may be, other persons in the provision of its legal services where this is necessary for the provision of its services. Below, we inform you how the law office proceeds in personal data processing and of the rights vested in the persons whose personal data are being processed.
I. Basic Information on the Company
Business name: Advokátní kancelář Hartmann, Jelínek, Fráňa a partneři, s.r.o. (Law Office)
Id. No.: 247 84 681
Registered office: Sokolovská 5/49, Prague 8
II. Data Protection Officer
No data protection officer has been appointed.
III. Purpose of Personal Data Processing
Personal data processed by the law office in relation to the provision of its legal services are processed solely for the purpose of providing the legal services under the Legal Profession Act and for activities directly related to it.
For the needs of its clients, the law office creates a Newsletter in which it informs them about news in the field of law and the law office itself, and presents its services. The law office processes identification and mailing details with a view to sending the Newsletter. For such processing, the law office may process the data on the grounds of its legitimate interest to present its services to its clients.
If you do not wish to receive the Newsletter, you can unsubscribe at any time by clicking at the hyperlink in the e-mail containing the Newsletter.
IV. Extent of Personal Data Processing
Personal data are processed only to the extent that is necessary for attaining the purpose for which the data have been collected.
V. Transfers of Personal Data
Personal data may be transferred to other persons only when it is necessary for providing a legal service under the Legal Profession Act, according to which attorneys-at-law are bound by the client-attorney privilege.
VI. Duration of Data Processing
Personal data are stored for a period necessary for providing the legal services. The case files (client records) are stored for the period specified by the Legal Profession Act.
VII. Right of Persons to Whom the Data Pertain
In relation to personal data processing, the persons whose personal data are being processed have certain rights arising from the General Data Protection Regulation. Below, we inform you about the most important rights:
- the right to access the data – we will confirm to you whether or not we process your personal data; if we do process your personal data, we will provide the data to you together with information on how we process them;
- the right to personal data rectification – if you determine that your data stored by us are inaccurate, you can ask us to rectify the data at any time and we will rectify them;
- the right to erasure – on your request, we will erase personal data relating to you if we no longer need them, if you have revoked your consent on the basis of which we processed the data, if you have objected to their processing, if your personal data have been processed unlawfully, if the erasure is required by the law or other legal regulation, or if the data were collected in relation to an offer of information society services intended for a child. We can refuse the erasure only for reasons stated in the GDPR;
- the right to restrict processing – instead of erasure, you can demand restriction of the processing; in such a case, the data remain stored with us but we will not access them or dispose of them in any way;
- the right to data portability – if you provided us with your personal data in a structured and machine-readable format, we will transmit these data to another controller based on your request;
- the right to object to data processing – the objection can be brought only when you believe that our interest in processing of your personal data does not override the right to confidentiality of the data we process; in such a case and taking into account your objection, we will consider the degree of our legitimate interest and will inform you about the inquiry. Until then, we will not process your data;
the right to lodge a complaint with the Office for Personal Data Protection – if you believe we violate your rights, you can lodge a complaint with the Office for Personal Data Protection.