Venice, October 2017
We are delighted that you have visited our website and we would like to thank you for the interest shown in our Company.
In order to allow safe and pleasant navigation on our website, we remind you that it is our specific commitment to protect your personal data, guaranteeing the confidentiality of the processing.
We therefore invite you to read this information provided pursuant to and for the effects of article 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, which describes the methods for processing the personal data of users who consult this website.
The information is provided only for the MDA – Studio Legale website (http://www.mdavvocati.it/) and not for other websites that may be consulted by the user through links contained therein.
The Data Controller is MDA – Studio Legale, with registered office in Venice 30175, Parco Scientifico e Tecnologico, Via delle Industrie, 19 / C, Palazzo Lybra.
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Information pursuant to ex article 13 of European Regulation 679/2016 (GDPR). This information is provided pursuant to and for the effects of article 13 of European Regulation 679/2016 (GDPR), by MDA – Studio Legale, with registered office in Venice (30175), Parco Scientifico e Tecnologico, Via delle Industrie, 19 / C, Palazzo Lybra +39 041 5389430; fax: +39 041 5384524; email: [email protected], in the role of Data Controller. In accordance with current legislation, each operation concerning the personal data collected will be based on the principles of correctness, lawfulness and transparency.
TYPES OF DATA AND PURPOSE OF THE PROCESSING
1. Professional activity
Due to his professional assignment, the Data Controller may process personal, identification, financial, particular and judicial data of the interested party, his family members and / or collaborators, and other individuals whose personal data he will provide for reasons relating to the protection of his rights.
The data will be processed electronically and on paper for the following purposes:
a) fulfillment of the defensive mandate and / or professional assignment of assistance and / or consultancy specifically conferred;
b) facilitate communication with the interested party;
c) fulfill the legal obligations in tax and accounting matters, and to comply with the provisions laid down by the anti-money laundering legislation;
2. Use of the www.mdavvocati.it website
→ Contact request:
d) the Data Controller will process the data communicated by the user, by filling in the appropriate contact form, in order to respond to the contact / information request expressly formulated by the user himself.
→ Sending curriculum vitae:
e) the personal data and the CV sent by the interested party will be processed in order to evaluate the candidacy for the research and selection needs of the staff.
→ Newsletter subscription:
f) by accessing the appropriate section of the website, the user can request to subscribe to the Firm newsletter with which it can be sent:
• judgments maximized and commented by the Firm’s professionals;
• articles, insights, publications written by the Firm’s professionals;
• any other information relating to the activities and events promoted by the Firm.
3. Legal basis of the treatment
→ the legal basis that makes the processing pursuant to points a) and b) legitimate is the fulfillment of the contractual and pre-contractual obligations deriving from the conferment of the professional mandate, as well as the need to ascertain, protect and defend the interested party right in court.
→ the legal basis that makes the processing pursuant to point c) legitimate is the fulfillment of legal obligations.
→ the legal basis that makes the processing pursuant to points d) and e) legitimate is the request expressly made by the interested party.
→ the legal basis that makes the processing pursuant to point f) legitimate is the consent freely expressed by the interested party by filling in the appropriate accessible form
• on the www.mdavvocati.it website in the “Newsletter Subscription” section,
• from the registration link at the bottom of the email through which the newsletter is sent.
NATURE OF THE TREATMENT
The provision of data for the purposes pursuant to points a), b) and c) is mandatory, as necessary to execute contractual and pre-contractual obligations, as well as for the fulfillment of the obligations of law, and any refusal could entail – and normally entails – the incorrect or partial execution of the contract.
The provision of data for the purposes pursuant to points d), e) and f) above is optional and any refusal could make it impossible to:
→ respond to the specific requests of the interested party;
→ send the interested party the information about our requested services;
→ consider the application.
COMMUNICATION OF PERSONAL DATA
Those who will have access to the data provided for reasons pursuant to points a), b) and c) will be:
→ the associates, the collaborators and the practitioners of the Firm, as independent internal Joint Controllers specifically appointed and trained by the Data Controller,
→ the Firm’s employees, as internal Data Controllers, who are specially trained by the Data Controller.
The data may also be communicated to:
→ judicial Authorities,
→ public Authorities,
→ Financial Intelligence Unit, in compliance with anti-money laundering regulations,
→ consultants, technicians, experts,
for the performance of judicial and out-of-court assignments conferred,
→ external Data Processors, appointed if necessary.
The data provided for the purposes pursuant to points d) and e) above may be accessible only to the employees in charge and to the associates and / or study collaborators, as Data Processors.
The data provided for the purposes indicated in the previous point f) may also be accessible to the company that provides the automation service for sending the newsletter. In any case, it is an independent Data Controller based in the United States of America and operating according to the privacy legislation, which can be consulted at the following link: https://mailchimp.com/legal/privacy/.
The updated list of Data Processors can be consulted by contacting the Data Controller at the references indicated above.
TRANSFERS OF PERSONAL DATA
The collected data could be transferred to third countries outside the European Union (for example, to foreign judicial authorities, professionals and / or collaborators, and / or to experts, technicians and consultants) when it is necessary:
→ to ascertain, exercise or defend the rights of the interested party before the competent courts or
→ to execute the professional mandate;
→ to use the newsletter (https://mailchimp.com/legal/privacy/), although the right to request to remove your data from the newsletter lists is guaranteed in any case via the link at the bottom of the email with which the newsletter itself is received.
In these cases, the data transfer will take place in the forms and ways provided for by current legislation, guaranteeing in any case an adequate level of protection.
The treatment will be carried out exclusively by:
→ the Data Controller and the Joint Controllers (associated lawyers, collaborators and / or practitioners),
→ the internal Data Processors,
→ the personnel appointed by the Data Controller, and specially trained
at the aforementioned registered office, as well as at the other offices of the Firm and / or by any external Data Processor.
The updated list of external Data Processors can be consulted by contacting the Data Processor at the aforementioned references.
→ The personal data pursuant to points a), b) and c) above will be kept for the entire duration of the assignment and / or professional mandate, and in any case:
• until the interested party makes a request for cancellation, if there is only a pre-contractual relationship;
• in the event of a contractual relationship, the data collected will be kept for the period in which the right asserted is prescribed, and in any case for as long as necessary for the fulfillment of the obligations dictated by tax and accounting regulations.
→ The personal data pursuant to point d) above will be kept until the request is processed.
→ The personal data pursuant to point e) above will be kept for the period of twelve months from the receipt of the CV by the Data Controller.
→ The personal data pursuant to point f) above will be kept until the interested party withdraws consent to the processing, which can take place via the link at the bottom of the email with which the newsletter is received.
RIGHTS OF THE INTERESTED PARTY
The interested party has the right to exercise the rights pursuant to articles 7, 15-22 of the European Regulation 679/2016.
In particular, by contacting the Data Controller at the above references, the interested party can:
→ request access to personal data concerning him,
→ receive the personal data provided to the Data Controller and transmit them to another Data Controller without hindrance (portability),
→ obtain the updating, the limitation of the treatment (if it is not in contrast with the legal obligations to which the professional activity of the Data Controller underlies), the rectification of the data and the cancellation of those treated differently from the current legislation.
If the treatment is based on consent, you have the right to withdraw it at any time by following the specific instructions indicated in the newsletter received, or by contacting the Data Controller or Data Protection Officers at the email addresses indicated below.
He also has the right, for legitimate reasons, to oppose the processing of personal data concerning him (if it is not in contrast with the legal obligations to which the professional activity of the Data Controller underlies).
He also has the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority, as a supervisory authority for the protection of personal data.
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