We respect the privacy of visitors of the website and ensure that the personal information you provide us with is treated confidentially. Processing the personal data happens in a manner meeting the demands of the Protection of Personal Data Law.
Purposes of the data processing
We will process your personal data for the purpose of creating and fulfilling agreements concerning legal services and managing the relations it creates, including carrying out activities aimed at increasing the customer database.
If you fill out a contact or registration form on the website or send us an email, the data you send us will be stored for as long as the nature of the form or the contents of your email requires for their complete response and handling.
Click behavior and visitor data
General visitor data are being stored on the website. In this respect, especially the IP address of your computer, any applicable username, the time of the request and data sent by the browser of a visitor, can be registered and used for statistical analyses of visitor and click behavior on the website. We also use the data to optimize the website's functionality.
We try to make these data anonymous as much as possible. These data are not shared with third parties.
We use Google Analytics to keep track of how users use the website. The information obtained this way, including the address of your computer (IP address), are transferred to, and stored by, Google on servers located in the United States.
Google uses this information to keep track of how our website is used, to be able to provide us with reports about the website and to be able to offer its advertisers information about the effectiveness of their campaigns. Google may share this information with third parties in case Google is legally obligated to, or insofar as these third parties process the information on Google's behalf. We have no influence in this matter.
Social media (such as Facebook and Twitter)
The website includes buttons to be able to promote or share pages on social networks. These buttons are realized by code supplied by companies like Facebook or Twitter themselves. Among other things, this code installs a cookie.
Please read the privacy statements of Facebook and Twitter (which may change periodically) to see what they do with your personal data processed by this code. The same goes for other social media channels.
We offer a newsletter which we use to inform interested persons about news regarding IT and Internet law, our services and related matters. Each newsletter contains a link which can be used to unsubscribe. The subscriber database for the newsletter is not shared with third parties.
Our newsletters are being sent via a mailing provider, in our case MailChimp. We have concluded an agreement with this party to protect your data.
Inspection, correction and right to protest
If you have a relationship with our company, you have the right to inspect your personal data following a written request. In case the overview provided by us contains inaccuracies, you may request us in writing to change the data or to have them removed. In addition, you can inform us in writing in case you do not wish to be contacted with information about our products and services by notifying us via the following address:
6733 BN Wekerom
Adjusting privacy statement
We reserve the right to adjust this privacy statement. Changes will be published on this website.