Stelvio advocaten | mediators (hereinafter: Stelvio) is the so-called data controller within the meaning of the General Data Protection Regulation (AVG). This means that Stelvio decides which personal data will be processed, for what purpose and in what way.
Stelvio is responsible for ensuring that your personal data is processed in accordance with the AVG and in a proper and careful manner.
Stelvio processes personal data within the meaning of Article 4(1) of the AVG. Personal data is any information that may provide information about an identified or identifiable natural person.
Stelvio processes personal data of clients and potential clients. This concerns information that you have provided to us yourself, or that we have derived from other (business) sources and corporate social media platforms. Think of contact details and other (special) personal details that are necessary for the handling of your case by a lawyer, contact details that are filled in by you on (web) contact forms and contact details that are provided during introductory talks, meetings, seminars, etc,. as stated on business cards, as well as personal data available on public business social media platforms such as LinkedIn, personal data obtained from the Trade Register of the Chamber of Commerce and from the Land Registry, as well as personal data available on public business websites.
Basis of accounting
Stelvio must be able to base the use of your personal data on one of the principles of article 6, paragraph 1 of the AVG. We process personal data in order to provide our legal services and to comply with our legal and regulatory obligations. This is done on the basis of one or more of the following legal grounds: consent, for the performance of a contract or in the run-up to the conclusion of a contract, a legal obligation, or a legitimate interest, such as sending a newsletter or inviting you to a meeting.
In order to process your personal data, we may engage service providers (processors) who process personal data exclusively on our instructions. We conclude a processor's agreement with these processors that meets the requirements set by the AVG.
Sharing of personal data with third parties
Where appropriate, we will share your personal data with third parties. For example, it may be necessary to share your data with external advisors, other lawyers, notaries (judicial) bodies or bailiffs in the interests of the case or in connection with a procedure. Your personal data will not be shared with third parties for commercial purposes.
No transmission outside the EEA
Your personal data will be processed by us within the EEA. In the context of our services, however, it may be necessary to pass on your personal data to a party established outside the EEA.
Security of personal data
Stelvio has taken appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect your personal data against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against loss, destruction, damage, alteration and disclosure. If you have any questions about security, or if you have any indications of abuse, please contact us via: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Period of retention of personal data
Stelvio does not store your personal data for longer than is necessary for the purpose of processing, or on the basis of a statutory obligation, or possible liability.
Your privacy rights
As a data subject, you can, on the basis of the law, exercise certain rights with regard to your personal data. This gives you the right to access, rectify and delete personal data. You can also object to the use of your data or ask for this use to be restricted. In some cases, you can even request your data and take it with you to another party. To the extent that we process your data on the basis of your consent, you have the right to withdraw it.
If you have any questions, remarks or complaints regarding the processing of your personal data contact, you can address them to:
Stelvio advocaten | mediators
Attn: Mr J.A. Bruins
Tivolilaan 205, 4th floor
6824 BV ARNHEM
You always have the right to submit a complaint to the Dutch Data Protection Authority in The Hague.