1. Kozikowski Kaszewski i Partnerzy Radcowie Prawni spółka partnerska respects your privacy and takes special care in protecting your personal data. For this reason, any correspondence addressed to us, including electronically via e-mail, is subject to our Personal Data Protection Policy and this Privacy Policy. These documents also apply to users of the www.krpmk.pl website. We are committed to ensuring that everyone who visits our website, or directs correspondence to us, knows exactly how they can protect their privacy. We therefore encourage you to read our Privacy Policy.
  2. Pursuant to Article 13(1)-(2) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27.04.2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (Official Journal of the EU L 119, pp. 1), we would like to inform you that the Administrator of your personal data is Kozikowski Kaszewski i Partnerzy Radcowie Prawni spółka komandytowa with its registered office in Gdańsk (80-243) at ul. Brzozowa 3B/1, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register by the District Court Gdańsk-Północ in Gdańsk VII Economic Division of the National Court Register under number 0000838850, NIP: 586-213-93-13.
  3. We have not appointed a Data Protection Officer as we are not obliged to do so under current law. If you have any doubts about the scope and purpose of the processing of your personal data, and your rights in relation to it, please refer to this Privacy Policy or contact us by email: sekretariat@krpmk.pl; by telephone on +48 58 620 02 02 or in writing to the address of our registered office indicated above.
  4. By using www.krpmk.pl, by directing correspondence to us, including email correspondence, you accept the terms of this Privacy Policy.
  5. We collect your personal data:
    1. in order to provide legal assistance on the basis of your consent (basis of Article 6(1)(a) of the RODO);
    2. for the purpose of participating in the hiring process for employment at the Firm, including waiting for a vacant position, based on your consent (basis of Article 6(1)(a) of the DPA);
    3. in order to conclude a contract for the provision of legal assistance based on your interest in our offer (basis of Article 6(1)(b) of the DPA);
    4. in order to perform and on the basis of a contract, where we have concluded one (basis of Article 6(1)(b) of the DPA);
    5. for archival (evidential) purposes in pursuit of our legitimate interest in safeguarding information in the event of a legal need to prove facts (basis under Article 6(1)(f) RODO);
    6. for the possible establishment, investigation or defence of claims being the exercise of our legitimate interest in doing so (basis of Article 6(1)(f) RODO);
    7. for the purpose of customer satisfaction surveys in pursuit of our legitimate interest in determining the quality of our service and the level of satisfaction of our customers with the services provided (basis under Article 6(1)(f) of the DPA);
    8. in order for us to offer you services directly (direct marketing), including tailoring them to your needs, which is the exercise of our legitimate interest in doing so (basis of Article 6(1)(f) RODO).
  6. You have the right to object to the processing of your data at any time. We will stop processing your data unless we can demonstrate that there are compelling legitimate grounds for us to process your data which override your interests, rights and freedoms, or your data is necessary for us to possibly establish, assert or defend claims.
  7. You have the right to object at any time to the processing of your data for direct marketing purposes. If you exercise this right - we will stop processing your data for this purpose.
  8. Your personal data resulting from the conclusion of a contract with us will be processed for the period during which claims relating to that contract may arise, i.e. for X+1 years from the end of the year in which the contract expired, of which X years is the longest possible limitation period for claims, an additional year is for last-minute claims and problems of service, and counting from the end of the year serves to determine a single deletion date for contracts completed in that year.
  9. If a contract is not concluded within three years of us making you an offer, your personal data relating to discussions about that contract will be deleted immediately, with the exception of data needed for direct marketing.
  10. We may process data processed for direct marketing of our services until you object to its processing for this purpose or we determine that it has become obsolete.
  11. Your personal data will not be disclosed to third parties with the exception of bodies and entities involved in the process of providing you with legal assistance. However, in order to ensure an adequate level of service, your data may also be accessed by our subcontractors (processors), i.e. the accounting and IT company that services us.
  12. Your personal data will not be transferred outside the European Economic Area (EEA).
  13. We do not work with entities that do not warrant adequate protection of personal data, in particular entities within the EEA that do not comply with the requirements of the RODO and our Privacy Policy.
  14. In accordance with the RODO, you are entitled to:
    1. The right to access and receive a copy of your data;
    2. The right to rectification (amendment) of your data;
    3. The right to erasure, restriction of data processing;
    4. The right to object to the processing;
    5. the right to data portability;
    6. the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.
  15. The provision of data is voluntary, but is necessary in order to conclude a contract, to provide legal assistance, to make a commercial offer, to access our software and to use its functionalities.
  16. We collect all data in two ways:
    1. Information provided voluntarily by you, when you send us correspondence, including in the form of emails, when you call or speak to us directly, by filling in a form on our website;
    2. Information obtained through the use of our website - these may include:
      1. Information in server logs - our servers automatically record such data as the page request sent by the user, the date and time of the request, device data (e.g. hardware model), browser type, browser language, operating system type, IP address and so-called cookies.
      2. IP address - every computer connected to the Internet is assigned a unique number, i.e. an IP address. Based on this, it is possible, for example, to identify the country from which a particular user is connecting to the network.
      3. Cookies - small text files sent by a website visited by an internet user to the internet user's device (computer, smartphone, etc.).
  17. We use cookies to:
    1. make it easier for users to use the website - cookies recognise the user's device and display the website accordingly, tailored to the user's individual needs,
    2. create anonymous web statistics - this allows us to learn more about our users' expectations and develop the site to make it even more user-friendly.
  18. Most web browsers allow cookies to be stored on a user's computer or smartphone by default, but internet users can manage cookies themselves, including blocking them. Simply select the option in your browser to reject cookies, but then some features of our website may not function properly.
  19. We comply with the Data Protection Act of 10 May 2018.
  20. The Administrator will not make automated decisions about you based on your personal data, including decisions resulting from profiling.
  21. We analyse the data we collect using solutions from external providers. We currently use Google Analytics. This tool works with cookies, but does not provide personally identifiable data. Please read the details of the Google Analytics privacy policy.
  22. The data processed by Us in the course of the exercise of our profession - the provision of legal assistance - is additionally covered by the statutory obligation of professional secrecy and thus its protection is strengthened. At the same time, however, the exercise of certain rights to which you are entitled or the performance by Us of our obligations under the RODO is or may be excluded on the basis of the provisions of the RODO, the provisions of Polish law or the very nature of professional secrecy.
  23. We recognise that we have a responsibility to protect the data entrusted to us by our users. We take security issues extremely seriously. Therefore, we take great care to protect your data from unauthorised access by third parties and we control our methods of collecting, storing and processing information. We use firewalls, server security devices, encryption devices and physical security measures, among others. We only grant access to data to those employees and entities that need to have access to it in order to process it exclusively for the purposes described in the Privacy Policy.