ul. Domaniewska 47, IIp. lok. 204 02-672 Warszawa tel.: 510 033 594

Privacy Policy

Dear Sirs,

our Law Firm places confidentiality, security and informational transparency in the processing of personal data at the top of its priorities.

Below we would like to provide you with all the necessary information in this respect.

We have divided all information into two parts, i.e. the first one entitled – Privacy Policy and the second one concerning the processing of personal data in connection with the data protection regulations and the European Parliament’s Regulation on the Protection of Personal Data.

Please read the individual information carefully.


The law firm unconditionally respects the privacy rights of its clients as well as applies appropriate procedures and safeguards for the entrusted information and personal data. We would like to emphasise that the Law Firm cares, with special care, for the protection of your personal data and uses appropriate technological solutions to prevent any interference in the privacy of its Clients by third parties. We would like each of you, when using our services and visiting our websites and related services, to feel fully secure, hence in certain situations we collect relevant information about you in order to provide you with the best possible service and ensure your security.

At the same time, we would like to point out that providing any information to the Firm is voluntary and depends solely on your consent.

Please read this privacy policy carefully to understand all aspects of how we collect data (including personal data) and for what purpose.

We process your data only with your prior consent, for instance to send you promotional and informational material, to offer you services, for market research and opinion polling. This data helps us to provide you with comprehensive legal assistance, to determine your needs and preferences, to collect opinions on the services provided and thus to improve the offer addressed to you.

In the Firm’s Privacy Policy we describe and set out:

the types of information collected and their purpose;
the ways in which this information may be used;
the options offered, including how to access and update your information.
The Privacy Policy has been simplified in order to make its content and appearance as clear as possible. If you have problems defining specific and important terms such as IP address, cookie, pixel tag and others, you will find their definitions at the end of the policy listed in the glossary.

If you have any questions, you can contact us directly via email: cciustita@cciustita.pl .

Information collected

In order to offer a better service to all users, we collect a variety of information – from basic information, such as determining what language you speak, to more complex information, including personal data and other information necessary for the Firm to properly provide its services.

We collect information in the following ways:

Information provided by the Client – this is all information provided by the Client including, in particular, information about the facts of the case or legal problem provided via a form or email, information that identifies the person or persons, documents and all that is provided to us.

Information obtained during the use of the Law Firm’s services – we collect data about the services used by the Client and the manner in which the Client does so (e.g. when the Client visits the Law Firm’s website (page), displaying available materials on it or uses the services by downloading documents made available by the Law Firm on the website, blog, contact form, ecall application and others. These include:

Device information
The Firm collects data about the device with which a person browses and uses the Firm’s website (page) and services (such as hardware model, operating system version and unique device identifier, as well as mobile network information). This information is obtained through google analytics applications and enables us to personalise the Law Firm’s website and services for each user as well as to analyse interest in the Law Firm’s services.

Log information
When you use the services or view content provided by the Firm, we automatically collect certain information and record it in the server logs. These include:

details of how the service is used, such as search terms;

IP address;

performance data, including but not limited to: crashes; system activity; hardware settings; browser type and language; dates and times of requests sent; and referring URLs;

cookies that may uniquely identify a particular browser or device and the location from which a person is connecting (country).

Location information

If you use the Firm’s services, we may collect and process information about your actual location (country). We use various technologies to determine this location, including IP address, GPS and other sensors e.g. providing the Law Firm with information on nearby devices, Wi-Fi access points or mobile network base stations. These activities are performed through the google analytics application.

Local storage
We may collect information (including personal data) and store it locally on your device using mechanisms such as browser caches (including HTML 5) and application caches.

Cookies and similar technologies
When you use the Firm’s websites and services, we use, various technologies to collect and store information – this may include cookies or similar technologies to identify your browser or device.

The entity placing information in the form of cookies and other similar technologies on a person’s/client’s terminal device (e.g. computer, laptop, smartphone, Smart TV) and accessing them is the Law Firm.

Cookies are IT data, in particular text files, which are stored on the end device of the User of the Firm’s websites and applications. Cookies usually contain the domain name of the website they come from, the time they are stored on the end device and a unique number.

Cookies are not used to identify the user and the user’s identity is not established on their basis.

The Firm’s website(s) and services may place a cookie on your browser if your browser allows it. Importantly, the browser only allows the website to access cookies placed by that website and not those placed by other websites.

The law firm uses cookies and other similar technologies for the purposes of:

providing and offering services;

adapting the content of websites and applications to the preferences of a given person / client and optimising the use of websites; e.g. cookies allow, in particular, to recognise the device of a given person / client and appropriately display the website adapted to his/her individual needs;

creating statistics which help to understand how a given person/customer uses websites and applications, which allows to improve their structure and content;

to carry out surveys, in particular to avoid the same survey being presented more than once to the same recipient, and to present surveys in a way that takes into account the interests of the individual or the customer.

Types of cookies used by the Firm

Due to the lifespan of cookies and other similar technologies, we use two main types of these files:

session files – temporary files stored on the final device of a given person/client until logging out, leaving the website and application or switching off the software (web browser);

permanent – stored on the terminal equipment of a given person/customer for the time specified in the parameters of cookies or until they are deleted by the given person/customer.
With regard to the purpose of cookies and other similar technologies, we use the following types of cookies:

those necessary for the operation of the service and applications- enabling the use of our services, e.g. authentication cookies used for services requiring authentication;

security cookies, such as those used for authentication fraud detection

performance cookies – allowing us to collect information about how websites and applications are used;

functional – making it possible to “remember” the person’s/customer’s selected settings and to personalise the person’s/customer’s interface, e.g. with regard to the selected language or region of origin of the person/customer, font size, appearance of the website and application, etc;

advertising – to provide the person/client in question with advertising content more tailored to his/her interests;

statistical – used to count statistics on websites and applications.

Management of browser settings by the person/client to restrict the use of cookies by the Firm

In many cases, the web browsing software (web browser) allows information to be stored by default in the form of cookies and other similar technologies on the end device of the person/client concerned. However, the person/client concerned may change these settings at any time. Failure to make changes means that the aforementioned information may be uploaded and stored on his/her terminal device, and thus that we will store information on the person’s/Customer’s terminal device and access this information.

It is possible, for example, from the level of the web browser used by the person/client to manage cookies independently. In the most popular browsers, it is possible, among other things:

accept the use of cookies, which allows the person/client to take full advantage of the options offered by websites;

manage cookies at the level of the individual sites chosen by the person/client

to determine the settings for different types of cookies, for example to accept permanent cookies as session cookies, etc;

block or delete cookies.

Additional information

Comprehensive information is available in your software (browser) settings. Details for those using particular web browsers, including but not limited to:
Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, Opera, etc.

Please be advised that restricting or disabling the use of cookies and other similar technologies may affect some of the functionality available on our websites and services.

Additional information on cookies and other technologies can be found, inter alia, at wszystkoociasteczkach.co.uk, youronlinechoices.com or in the Help section in the menu of your web browser.

How we use the information we collect

We use the data collected through all of our websites and services to share, maintain, protect and improve them in order to create new services dedicated to the Firm’s clients, to provide professional and top-quality legal services to clients, and to protect the Firm and its clients. We also use them by offering tailored content – e.g. in the form of relevant legal articles.

All data and information (including personal data) provided to the Law Firm through the website, online form, blog, ecall application, e-mail, by phone, by posting a comment on our services, directing an enquiry or in any other form are not disclosed to anyone outside and unauthorised and are used solely for the purpose of fulfilling the Client’s expectations regarding the provision of professional legal services. To this end, the data are transferred with the client’s consent to the law firm’s lawyer or to a co-operating entity with which the law firm has signed a relevant agreement (e.g. draft articles of association to a notary in order to prepare a notarial act, etc.). The above does not apply to the disclosure of the data to the relevant legal protection authorities or other bodies within the scope resulting from the obligations indicated in the relevant legislation.

The Law Firm publishes only public comments of clients and other users within the scope of the articles placed on the Law Firm’s blog – however, the form, content and designation of the person publishing the comments is left to the person publishing them, with the reservation that the Law Firm may remove any comment which violates legal order, is untrue or is aimed at defaming others – before publishing a comment, the Law Firm analyses the comment from this angle and removes those which do not meet relevant conditions (they will be specified in a separate section).

If the person (Client) contacts the Law Firm, we store the related correspondence to facilitate the resolution of any problems, to provide an appropriate response, to provide legal assistance, to prepare an offer or to take any other action to the extent expected by the Client or requiring our attention. A person’s (Client’s) email address or other contact information is only used for communication regarding the services provided by the Firm.

Information collected through cookies and other technologies (such as pixel tags) is used to enhance the user experience and improve the overall quality of the services we offer, improving the Firm’s websites and services. One service that performs this task in relation to our websites is Google Analytics. For example, by storing language settings, the services can be displayed in the user’s preferred language. The law firm does not associate identifiers from cookies or similar technologies with sensitive categories (such as race, religion, sexual orientation or health).

Before any use of information and data obtained from an individual (Client) for any purpose other than those mentioned in this Privacy Policy, we absolutely ask the individual (Client) for permission and consent.

Transparency of the Law Firm’s actions and the choice and decision of each person (Client) regarding the privacy policy.

Bearing in mind the privacy and data protection concerns (including personal data) of each person (Client) and having regard to the obligations under the law, the Law Firm takes appropriate security measures and transparently presents all information and cooperates with each person in this regard.

Our aim is to make it clear what information we collect so that each person (client) is able to make meaningful decisions about how it is used.

These actions on the part of each person (client) include, for example, setting up the blocking of all cookies in the browser, including those related to the Firm’s services and sites, and receiving notifications when our sites create such cookies. Please note, however, that if you disable cookies, many of our services and sites may not function properly. For example, language settings may not be remembered.

At the same time, any person (customer) has the right to request clarification or deletion of specific data, information, etc. – more in the section GDPR)

Accessing and updating personal data

We are committed to ensuring that every person (Client) using the Firm’s services and sites has access to their data, personal information and information provided to the Firm. If they are incorrect, we endeavour to allow them to be updated or deleted quickly, unless we need to retain them for legitimate legal purposes.

We make every effort to maintain services and sites in a manner that protects information from accidental or malicious destruction. Therefore, when you delete data from the Firm’s services and sites, copies of the data are not always immediately removed from active servers and may continue to be stored on backup systems (for a limited period of time until definitively deleted).

Sharing of data and information by the law firm

We do not share personal data with companies, organisations or individuals outside of the Law Firm or its affiliates (only with the consent of the person/client in question) unless one or more of the following circumstances exist:

The person/client concerned has given his/her consent

We share personal data with companies, organisations and individuals outside the notary’s office if the person/client agrees or it is necessary in order to carry out the service ordered by the person/client. The provision of any sensitive personal data requires the person’s consent unless this is necessary for the purpose of carrying out and executing the person’s/client’s order (e.g. providing data to a notary in order to carry out a notarial act, information in pleadings submitted to the court, prosecution or other legal protection authorities, etc.).

Data is processed by an external entity

We provide personal data to cooperating entities and other entities, companies or persons who process it for the purpose of carrying out the order of the person/client in accordance with our instructions and Privacy Policy and with all appropriate measures to protect the confidentiality and security of the information (e.g. the execution of the notarial act by the cooperating notary, etc.).

There are reasons and legal bases

We share personal data, with legal protection organisations, companies, organisations and individuals outside the Firm if we believe in good faith that the sharing, use, retention or disclosure is justified in connection with:

pursuing compliance with applicable laws, regulations, legal processes or lawful demands of state institutions.
enforcing the rights of the person/client within the scope of the assignment given to the law firm;
detecting and preventing fraud, as well as resolving other fraud, security and technical issues;
to protect the rights, property or safety of the law firm, persons using its services and other persons as required or permitted by law.
Data and information security

We make every effort to protect the Firm and its Clients from unauthorised access, unauthorised modification, disclosure and destruction of information held by the Firm. In particular:

We use SSL encryption on many of our services, services and equipment, and properly secure equipment through data encryption and security passwords,

We control our methods of collecting, storing and processing information, including physical security measures to protect against unauthorised access to the system,

We only grant access to personal data to those employees, contractors and representatives of the Firm who need to have access to it in order to process it for the Firm. In addition, they are contractually obliged to maintain strict confidentiality and may face legal and other consequences, including termination of their relationship, if they fail to comply with these obligations.

This privacy policy applies to all services, sites and services offered and owned by the Firm.

We regularly check the compliance of our procedures with the Privacy Policy and generally applicable laws, and in this respect we cooperate with the relevant legal protection authorities and supervisory bodies in the relevant area, including, but not limited to, the local data protection authorities, in order to resolve any complaints regarding the transfer of personal data which we cannot resolve directly with the users of our services, websites and services.

We receive each complaint with great attentiveness and individually review, investigate and respond.

The Firm’s privacy policy may change from time to time in accordance with the changing legal environment and legislation.

The rights of any person/client under this Privacy Policy will not be restricted without the express consent of that person/client. Any changes to the Privacy Policy will be published on this website.

The overriding objective of the Firm is to provide professionalism in the services provided, guaranteeing the privacy, confidentiality and security of any information provided, while ensuring that the person/client/entity is in control.

Glossary and definitions of some of the terms used

Law firm

Adam Wandel Kancelaria Prawa Kanonicznego i Cywilistyczna CC IUSTITA with its seat in 00-831 Warsaw at 44 Twarda Street, IIp.

Cooperating and partner entities

Cooperating and partner entities are companies, persons and other entities with which the Law Office cooperates in order to offer complementary services. All entities with which the Law Firm cooperates are listed on the Law Firm’s website under the tab “Cooperating entities”.

Application cache

The application cache acts as a repository for device data. For example, it can enable web applications to work offline and improve their performance by speeding up the loading of content.

Browser cache
The browser cache allows websites to store data in the browser installed on the device. In ‘local memory’ mode, it allows data to be stored between sessions (for example, for recovery purposes, even after the browser has been switched off and restarted). One technology that supports the browser cache is HTML 5.

Cookies and similar technologies

A cookie is a small file containing a string of characters that is sent to your computer when you visit a website. When you visit the website again, the cookie will enable the website to recognise your browser. Cookies store data about your preferences and other data. You can reset your browser and set it to reject all cookies or to report each time a cookie is sent. However, some features of the website or services may not function properly without cookies. For platforms that do not support cookies or where cookies are not applicable, their function is taken over by other technologies, such as Advertising ID available on Android mobile devices.


A device is a computer or other equipment used to access the Firm’s websites, services and services . For example, it can be a desktop computer, tablet or smartphone, etc.

HTTP referrer address

An HTTP referring address is a piece of information sent to the target website by the browser, usually when the user clicks on a link to that website. The referring HTTP address contains the URL of the last page visited using the browser.

IP address

Each device connected to the internet is assigned a number, the so-called internet protocol (IP) address. These numbers are generally assigned in blocks for a geographical region. From the IP address, it is often possible to identify the location from which a device connects to the internet.

Non-personally identifiable data

This is information recorded by us about users that no longer refers to or identifies a specific user.

Personal data

This is information provided by you that allows the Firm to identify you, such as your name, email address, billing information or other data that we can reasonably associate with you.

Pixel tag

A pixel tag is an element placed on a website or email that allows us to monitor activity on the site or record information when an email is opened or closed. This technology is often used in conjunction with cookies.

Sensitive personal data

This is a special category of personal data including sensitive medical data, information about racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious beliefs or sexuality.

Server logs

Like most websites, our servers automatically record page requests sent when individuals visit our sites. These “server logs” typically include the page request sent by the individual, the IP address, browser type, browser language, date and time of the request and at least one cookie that can uniquely identify the user’s browser.

Below, we show an example of a typical log item, which is a record of a search for the search term “cars”, and explain its elements: – 25/Mar/2003 10:15:32 -.
http://www.google.com/search?q=cars –
Firefox 1.0.7; Windows NT 5.1 –
740674ce2123e969 is the IP address assigned to you by your ISP. Depending on what type of service a person uses, the address assigned by the service provider when connecting to the Internet may be different each time.

25/Mar/2003 10:15:32 is the date and time of the request.

http://www.google.com/search?q=cars is the requested URL containing the search term.

Firefox 1.0.7; Windows NT 5.1 indicates the browser and operating system being used.

740674ce2123a969 is the unique cookie identifier assigned to that particular computer when you first visit the Firm’s website. (Users may delete cookies. If a user has deleted a cookie from their computer since the last time they browsed the Firm’s website, a unique cookie identifier will be assigned to the user the next time they access the Firm’s website from that particular computer).

Unique device identifier
A unique device identifier (also known as a universal unique identifier or UUID) is a string of characters with which the manufacturer labels a device to make it identifiable (it is, for example, the IMEI number of a mobile phone). The identifiers of different devices vary in terms of persistence, resettability or how to access them. A device may have several different unique identifiers. Unique device identifiers can have many uses: they can be used as a security feature or to detect fraud, they can be used to synchronise services such as an incoming mailbox, to remember user preferences and to display tailored advertising.

Processing of personal data and GDPR

Dear Sirs,

As of 25 May 2018, the “Regulation on the Protection of Personal Data” issued by the European Parliament, abbreviated as “RODO”, will come into force and be applied.

The purpose of these regulations is to harmonise at European and national level the rules for the processing of personal data.

In view of the entry into force of the RODO, the existing Personal Data Protection Act will be replaced by a completely new piece of legislation – at the time of publication of this text (April 2018), the new Act is in the last legislative stage before its enactment and implementation into the legal order.

It is worth pointing out that one of the most important changes is the replacement of the office of the Chief Inspector for Personal Data Protection (GIODO) for the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection (PUODO), who will perform supervisory and control functions in the area of personal data protection.

In the envisaged act and based on its present form, it should be pointed out that completely new obligations appear for personal data controllers and entities processing personal data, at the same time the rights of persons whose data are processed as well as responsibility and information obligations of entities processing the data are increased.

In connection with the above, the Law Firm, in order to meet these obligations, presents the following:

Personal data controller (Administrator)

Adam Wandel Kancelaria Prawa Kanonicznego i Cywilistyczna CC IUSTITA with its registered office in 00-831 Warsaw at ul. Twarda 44, IIp. [hereinafter referred to as ‘the Law Firm’] is, in the light of the regulations, the controller of your personal data. This means that the Law Firm is responsible for the use of the data obtained in a secure manner, in accordance with the agreements concluded with you and/or the consents given and the applicable regulations.

Purpose and basis of use and processing of personal data

We obtain your personal data directly from you within the scope of the legal services we provide to you, transmitted within the scope of an electronic form and transmitted in any other way in connection with the performance of services and orders on your behalf to the extent necessary for their proper execution.

We use the personal data collected in the aforementioned scope as well as during the duration of the contracts concluded with you or the provision of legal or other services/assignments and other activities for your benefit for the following purposes:

The correct performance of the services and assignments entrusted to us by you, the conclusion and performance of the contract between us, including ensuring the correct performance and quality of the services – for the duration of the contract, the assignment, the performance and the provision of the service and settlements thereafter (legal basis: Article 6(1)(a), (b), (d) RODO, referring to this basis in the following as “performance of services”),

To perform our legal obligations (legal basis: Article 6(1)(c) RODO) e.g.:

Issuing and storing invoices and accounting documents,

To take any legal action including the enforcement of rights in your favour,

The proper performance of obligations arising from the performance of the Firm’s services to you,

Contacts with legal protection authorities, offices, administration, postal and courier companies,
Bank settlements, settlements with telecommunication and insurance companies.
The data needed to fulfil legal obligations will be used by the Law Firm:

For the duration of the performance of obligations, e.g. issuing an invoice, taking legal action, settlements with the relevant entities (legal basis: Article 6(1)(b), (c), (d) hereinafter referred to as legal obligation),

For as long as we are required by law to store the data, e.g. for tax purposes, the period for the assertion of claims and the statute of limitations, etc. (legal basis: legal obligation),

as well as in the situation of

For the time during which we may face legal consequences for failing to comply with an obligation, e.g. receiving a fine, a lawsuit, a summons from an authorised body, etc. (legal basis Article 6(1)(f) RODO, this basis will be referred to as the “law firm’s legitimate interest”),

Detection and prevention of fraud – for the duration of the performance of the services (legal basis: performance of the contract), and thereafter for the period after which claims arising from the mutual relationship (performance of the contract) become time-barred, and in the event of us pursuing claims, or notifying the relevant authorities – for the duration of such proceedings (legal basis: law firm’s legitimate interest),

Establishing, defending and enforcing claims, which includes the assertion of claims, debt recovery, litigation, enforcement proceedings, the sale of our claims to another entity – for the period after which the claims become time-barred (legal basis: law firm’s legitimate interest),

Direct marketing – for the duration of the performance of the services (legal basis: the law firm’s legitimate interest),

The creation of compilations, analyses, statistics, research for the Law Firm’s internal needs. This includes, in particular, reporting, marketing and other research, planning the development of services or networks, research into satisfaction with the services provided by the Law Firm, development work in IT systems, creation of statistical models (e.g. regarding revenue protection), use of analytical tools (e.g. google analytics) – for the duration of the performance of the services, and then no longer than the period after which the statute of limitations for claims arising from the contract expires (legal basis: the Law Firm’s legitimate interest).

What kind of data we collect

In order to properly perform the services, we require you to provide data necessary to conclude a contract with us and to execute orders – your personal identification number (PESEL), number and series of identity card or passport, Taxpayer Identification Number (NIP), Business Identification Number (REGON), data identifying the company and/or natural person, address of residence/registered office, IP address, name and surname, address, telephone number, e-mail address, website and other data which you provide us with as part of the execution of orders such as documents and materials directly identifying you – we will inform you of this fact separately.

At the same time, in the course of handling your cases, orders and providing services, we will come into possession of your other data and documents – their appearance is a consequence of the proper performance of services by our law firm.

To whom we pass your data

We pass your data to:

To entities that process your data on our behalf, participating in the performance of our activities:

To our lawyers and employees of the Law Firm,

To entities operating our IT systems,

Entities providing us with consultancy, advisory, auditing, legal, accounting, tax, research agencies acting on our behalf,

Payment institutions (e.g. in the context of processing card payments to us, in the context of credit transfers, online transfers, BLIK, etc.).

to other data controllers who process your data on their own behalf:

to our agents, advertising agencies and entities cooperating in the organisation of marketing campaigns or in the provision of services to you – for the purpose of settling the remuneration due to them,

to postal or courier companies,

Payment institutions (banks, payment institutions) for payment or reimbursement purposes,

to debt collectors in case of non-payment for services rendered,

to credit reference agencies when concluding contracts with you or for the purpose of registering your claims or checking you in the debtors’ registers,

to entities cooperating with us in the handling of legal, accounting and bookkeeping matters. To tax authorities, insofar as they become data controllers,

to authorised authorities, including supervisory and legal protection authorities on the basis of applicable legislation.

Data obtained from other sources

Our Law Firm, in the performance of its services, obtains data from :

When performing the services, concluding, extending and in the course of the duration of the agreements, we will use your data and information from the registers of Entrepreneurs and other entities (e.g. the Central Register of Business Activity and Information, the National Register of Associations, the Register of Foundations and Associations, etc.) and from the database of the Central Statistical Office to the extent published therein, and from entities engaged in professional collection and analysis of information on the economic condition of entrepreneurs (e.g. business intelligence agencies) to the extent made available by them, to properly perform the services, to verify your data and your payment reliability (basis: performance of the agreement), and then to establish, pursue and defend claims for the period after which the statute of limitations expires. business intelligence services) to the extent made available by them in order to properly perform the services, verify your data and your payment reliability (basis: performance of the contract), and then in order to establish, pursue and defend claims for the period after which the claims under the contract between us become time-barred (basis: Law Firm’s legitimate interest),

In the context of the services performed, from registration files, court files of ongoing cases for the duration of the performance of the services, the contracts concluded and for the period after which claims become time-barred.

Do we transfer data to a third country or outside the European Economic Area (EEA)

For the time being and in the near future, the Firm does not plan or intend to transfer your data to a third country or outside the European Economic Area (EEA) [comprising the European Union, Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland]. However, we may decide to transfer your data outside the EEA or to a third country during the course of the contract – only to the extent that the law allows us to do so. We will inform you personally of our intention to transfer your data to a third country, the scope and the legal basis.

Your rights

You can make a request (concerning your personal data) to us (Articles 12 – 23 of the RODO):

Correction (rectification) of data,

Deletion of data processed unjustifiably or posted on our websites, the right to be forgotten,

Restriction of processing (withholding of data operations or non-deletion of data – according to the request made),

Access to data (to request information about the data we process and to request a copy of the data),

The right to data portability at your request,

Data portability to another data controller or to you (to the extent set out in Article 20 RODO).

You may exercise these rights by submitting a written request to the Firm’s office or by emailing business.kancelaria@cciustita.pl .

To ensure that you are entitled to make a request, we may ask you to provide additional information to allow us to confirm and authenticate your identity.

The extent of each of the rights listed above, and the situations when you can exercise them, are determined by law. Which right you can exercise will depend, for example, on the legal basis for the Law Firm’s use of your data and the purpose of the processing.

Right to object

Irrespective of the rights mentioned above, you may object at any time to the processing of your data for direct marketing purposes.

Once we have accepted your request to this effect, we are obliged to stop processing your data for this purpose.

In specific situations, you may object to our processing of your personal data at any time if the basis for the use of your data is our legitimate interest or public interest. In such a situation, once we have considered your request, we will no longer be able to process the personal data objected to on that basis unless we can demonstrate that they exist:

Valid legitimate grounds for processing which are deemed by law to override your interests, rights and freedoms, or

Grounds for the establishment, assertion or defence of claims.

Additional consent

If our use of your data is not necessary for the performance of the services, the fulfilment of a legal obligation or does not constitute our legitimate interest, we may ask for your consent for certain uses of your data.

Such consent may e.g. allow us to share your data with other entities for their promotional activities, with cooperating entities in order to prepare an offer for the services you require (e.g. trademark registration). You may withdraw your consent granted to us at any time (this will not affect the legality of the use of your data prior to the withdrawal of such consent).

We would like to emphasise that the law firm will never use your data without your consent and adequate information from us about the possible scope of processing and the reason for the need to obtain the data.


You have the right to lodge a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection (PUODO) if you believe that the processing of your personal data is in breach of the law.

Contact and information data

Our contact details:

Adam Wandel Kancelaria Prawa Kanonicznego i Cywilistyczna CC IUSTITA

ul. Twarda 44, IIp.

00 – 831 Warsaw

Telephone: 510 – 033 -594

Email address: cciustita@cciustita.pl

Address for personal data protection and processing: business.kancelaria@cciustita.pl

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