Respecting user privacy is a top priority for EVE LAW FIRM LLP. We agree to abide by the Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016, relating to data protection.
This Privacy Statement applies only to the processing of data collected directly on the following site https://evelawfirm.com/
The Privacy Statement also applies to data that EVE LAW FIRM LLP collects over social media from its branches across Europe.
Data processing for clients that are legal entities is regulated by separate agreements signed directly with these entities, and this Privacy Statement does not apply.
What is EVE LAW FIRM statute?
EVE LAW FIRM is responsible for data processing for data collected through its website, blog, forms, or its accounts on social media.
What is personal data?
In compliance with paragraph 1 under Article 4 of EU Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 regarding data protection, ‘personal data’ means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (‘data subject’); an identifiable natural person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person.
We EVE LAW FIRM might collect your personal data or receive data from you, via our websites, blogs, online forms, or EVE LAW FIRM pages on social networks. This data might include: your first and last name, e-mail address, phone number, and information about your company or information from a public comment.
You share this personal data directly with EVE LAW FIRM when, for example, you send an information request using an online form. In other cases, we collect data using cookies to understand how you use our sites. Our cookies policy is defined in a document separate to this Privacy Statement.
When we collect your data using online forms, we use asterisks to indicate which data is necessary to processing your request. Usually this means your name and e-mail address. You must complete the indicated fields in order for us to fulfil your request.
What are the purposes of processing and/or the use of your personal data?
We might collect your data for the following reasons:
Processing based on your consent:
Processing based on legitimate interest pursued by EVE LAW FIRM:
Who receives your personal data?
EVE LAW FIRM shares collected data with its marketing and customer service departments. Data will be used for these purposes only.
We share your data with the following third parties:
We do not share your personal data with any other third parties, except if we are legally obliged to do so or upon demand of the authorities (e.g. legal authorities). We never share your personal data with our partners without your consent.
How long do we store data?
Under section e of Article 5 of Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016, EVE LAW FIRM keeps data in a form which permits identification of data subjects for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which the personal data are processed.
Prospective data (including the newsletter) is stored for 3 years maximum from the last date of contact.
Client data is stored for 3 years from the end of the contractual relationship.
Legally required data is stored in accordance with laws in force.
Do we transfer data beyond the European Union?
We process data within the European Union and we do not transfer your data to any entity located beyond, with the exception of our own offices located beyond the EU when required by processing (e.g. to respond to a request for contact from an expert based in United Arab Emirates). In any case, these types of processing will have the guarantees described below (contractual clauses from the European Commission).
However, certain technical subcontractors that receive your personal data might be located outside the European Economic Area, like Google in the United States of America for example.
Consequently, your personal data may be processed in countries that do not provide an adequate level of personal data protection as defined in Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
EVE LAW FIRM requires the same level of protection for your personal data as what is required by all applicable laws and regulations on the European territory, and thus ensures that subcontractors are either bound by clauses comparable to the European Commission clauses, or bound by binding corporate rules within their international group, and have been thus authorized by a data protection regulatory authority in the EU. Otherwise, subcontractors must be registered in any program that recognizes an equivalent level of protection within their company (such as Privacy Shield in the US).
What are your rights?
Any individual whose personal data is processed shall have the right to access, rectify, erase, oppose, or restrict the processing of his or her data, in accordance with Article 15 and following of Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016, withdrawal of consent if processing is based on the preceding. An individual may also exercise his or her right to personal data portability.
These rights can be exercised by contacting EVE LAW FIRM directly.
In compliance with the law, your request must be signed, and you must include a photocopy of an official ID with your signature as well as the address to which the response should be sent.
You also have the right to appeal to your local regulatory authority.
You may contact EVE LAW FIRM in writing by e-mail at: info [at] evelawfirm [dot] com
This legal notice applies only to the local version of our sites, at the following address: https://evelawfirm.com/
Article 1 – Identity
Article 2 – Website access
Access to and use of this site are reserved to a strictly professional basis. You agree to not use this site and the information herein or any connected data for commercial, political or advertising means or for any form of commercial solicitation.
Article 3 – Website content
All brands, photographs, text, comments, illustrations, animated and non-animated images, video sequences, audio, and all technological applications that might be used to make this site work, and more generally all elements reproduced or used on the site, are protected by intellectual property law.
They are the full and exclusive property of EVE LAW FIRM (the publisher) or of its partners. Any reproduction, representation, use or adaptation, in any form, of all or part of these elements, including technological applications, without our prior written consent, is strictly prohibited.
Article 4 : Website management
For proper site management, EVE LAW FIRM may at any time:
Article 5 – Liability
EVE LAW FIRM cannot be held liable for failure, interruption, difficulty, or dysfunction preventing site access or disrupting one or more functions.
The device(s) you use to connect to the site is your own responsibility. You must take all appropriate measures to protect your device(s) and your data against viral Internet attacks and other dangers. You alone are responsible for the data you consult.
Article 6 – Hyperlinks
You may use hyperlinks towards all or part of the site, as long as the sites where the links are placed are non-discriminatory or libelous, and do not promote hatred. However, we reserve the right to refuse authorization without justification. Links must be removed upon our request.
Any information available from a link to another site is not under EVE LAW FIRM control. EVE LAW FIRM is not liable for these sites’ content.
Article 7 – Product photographs and illustrations
Photos and illustrations that accompany product descriptions are non-contractual and EVE LAW FIRM is not liable.
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Article 8 – Applicable law
These conditions of use, regardless of version are subject to United Kingdom law and fall under the jurisdiction of the United Kingdomcourt system, subject to a specific jurisdiction attribution due to a particular law or regulation, or from a local public policy rule.