Dear Client,

We wish to inform you that Studio legale associato EurAmbrosiano  (“our Law Firm” or “the Law Firm”)  may collect, use and process your personal information in order to carry out the assignment, as stated in the following and required by the EU Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR):

1.Purposes of data processing

The treatment our Law Firm willl carry out is aimed solely at the correct and complete execution of the professional assignment received, both in judicial and extrajudicial fields. The data, in particular sensitive (particular) data, if conferred, are kept in paper and / or electronic form, in safety according to the provisions of art. 32 of the GDPR, for a period not exceeding what is strictly necessary to fulfill the assignment conferred, in any case not exceeding a period of ten years from the end of the mandate, unless otherwise required by law to comply with tax and social security regulations.

2.Methods of data processing

a) The processing is carried out by means of the operations or set of operations already indicated in art. 4 paragraph 1 lett.a) U. 196/03: collection, registration, organization, storage, consultation, processing, modification, selection, extraction, comparison, use, blocking, communication, cancellation and destruction of data.

b) Operations may be carried out with or without the aid of electronic or automated means, always in compliance with the provisions of art. 32 of the GDPR 2016/679 concerning security measures, by specifically authorized persons and in compliance with the provisions of art. 29 GDPR 2016/679.

c) the data are not subject to profiling or commercial use but are solely directed to the execution of the assignment and to the anti-money laundering, tax and social security obligations required.

3.Provision of data

The provision of your personal, sensitive and judicial personal data is strictly necessary for the purposes of carrying out the activities referred-to in point 1.

4.Refusal to provide data

Any refusal by the interested party to provide personal data referred-to in point 3  entails the impossibility to fulfill the mandate.

5.Communication of data

Personal data may be disclosed to those persons authorized to process them and may be communicated for the purposes referred-to in point 1 to external collaborator, subjects and authorities operating in the judicial sector or their auxiliaries, counterparties and related defenders, arbitrators’ colleges or individual arbitrators and, in general, to all those public and private subjects to whom the communication is necessary for the correct fulfillment of the purposes indicated in point 1 or due to the legal obligation imposed on the Law Firm or on its associates.

6.Disclosure of the data

Personal data are not subject to disclosure.

7.Transfer of data abroad

Personal data may be transferred, if necessary for the execution of the assigmment, to countries of the European Union and to third countries for the purposes referred-to in point 1, in electronic or paper form through the postal service or through a network connection (for example, in case of need to act judicially in a foreign country, by communicating the data to a corresponding lawyer of that State).

8.Rights of the interested party

The articles 13, 14, 15 and following of Reg. Eu 679/2016 grant specific rights:

  • the right to obtain from the holder confirmation of the existence or otherwise of their personal data and their availability in an intelligible form;
  • the right to know the origin of the data, the purposes and methods of processing,
  • the right to revoke the consent (without prejudice to the lawfulness of the treatment based on the consent given prior to the revocation),
  • the right to know the logic applied to the processing, the identity of the holder and of the subjects to whom the data may be or have been communicated,  the categories of personal data;
  • the right to obtain the updating, rectification and integration of data, their cancellation, the limitation of processing, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data processed in violation of the law;
  • the right to object, for legitimate reasons, to the processing of data or to transfer it to third parties (portability) or to propose a complaint to a supervisory authority, without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial appeal.

9.Data controller

Data controller is Studio legale associato EurAmbrosiano, current in Milan (20123),  Via Giacomo Leopardi n. 14 – – tel: 0248195488

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