Pursuant to Article 13 of EU Regulation no. 2016/679 (hereinafter, “GDPR”), we herein provide you with information concerning the processing of personal data collected through this website and, more in general, processed by us in connection with the provision of our services.
The Data Controller is Martini Manna Avvocati, a partnership of lawyers based in 20122 Milan, Piazza Velasca 6, Italy, in the person of its partners Elena Martini and Luigi Manna, tel no. 0245074727, Fax no. 0245070327, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Website users’ personal information and processing purposes
The personal information provided through the “Contact us” form on this website (identification data, addresses, possible further information provided by the user) is processed for the purpose of answering to specific requests by the users. Where this data is provided for a professional assignment, further information is available in the relevant paragraph below.
The personal information provided through the “Work with us” form (identification data, personal data, addresses and information on academic career and jobs) is processed for recruiting purposes.
The identification data provided by users through comments on our blog is processed for the purpose of publishing these comments on the website.
The provision of all personal data listed above is optional; however, failure to provide it may prevent the fulfilling of a specific request.
The legal basis of the above data processing is the consent of the data subject, which can be revoked at any time without prejudice to the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent given before the revocation.
Personal data provided is not published, except for the name of the author of comments on the blog and any other personal data freely provided through the same comments.
Personal data will be kept for the time necessary to achieve the purposes indicated above and, in any case, not beyond the date of the revocation of consent, except where the law allows or requires keeping it for a longer period. Resumes sent are kept no longer than 2 months and, in any case, immediately deleted following the rejection of the relevant application.
No use is made of cookies for users profiling, nor are other tracking methods used. For statistical and website optimization purposes, analytical cookies that collect information, in aggregate and anonymous form, relating to the user’s interaction with the website, are used.
Only in the event of entry of a comment on our blog, the website inserts cookies on the user’s terminal, which store the name of the author of the comment, the email and possibly the url, for the sole purpose of subsequent recognition. These cookies expire after less than a year and in any case can be disabled using the appropriate options of the most common browsers.
Processing of data for the provision of legal services
This paragraph concerns the processing of personal data collected for the purpose of carrying out a professional assignment, whether this data is provided to us through this website or is collected by us or is otherwise disclosed to us (e.g. by fax, telephone , email, during personal meetings, etc.), and/or contained in oral or written communications, on paper or digital documents.
The above data can concern both clients and third parties and may include identification data, data relating to economic activities, bank data, tax data, judicial data, data relating to civil or criminal offenses and, in some cases, also data relating to health, to political or religious affiliations, and other special categories of data.
The legal basis of the processing is, depending on the case, the performance of a contract between us and the client and/or the fulfillment of accounting and fiscal obligations and/or the need to establish claims in court.
The above data will be processed exclusively for the aforementioned purposes and for no longer than it is necessary in connection with said purposes, except where the law allows or requires keeping it for longer.
The provision of the above personal data is optional; however, failure to disclose it may prevent the fulfillment of specific requests.
Recipients of the data
The personal data provided to us maybe stored on servers managed by third parties, such as IT service providers (e.g. providers of email, cloud computing, back-up, data storage services), some of which may be established abroad, including in countries that are not members of the EU, and specifically in the USA. In the latter cases, third-party service providers have no access to personal data controlled by us and the data transfer is based on the Privacy Shield between the EU and the USA.
The personal data processed by us to carry out professional assignments may be disclosed to suppliers of other services such as consultants, independent accountants, translators or judicial or administrative authorities, for administrative and accounting purposes or for the fulfillment of legal or contractual duties.
Data Subject’s rights
The data subject has the right to request access to their personal data and the amendment or cancellation of the same, to request the limitation of the processing or to oppose the processing, and the right to the portability of the data. The aforementioned rights, as specified in Articles 15-21 of the GDPR, can be exercised by sending an email to email@example.com .
The data subject also has the right to lodge a complaint before the Garante per la Protezione dei Dati Personali (www.garanteprivacy.it).