PRIVACY POLICY

We are dedicated to protecting the rights to privacy regarding your personal data, provided to us or obtained by us during the course of our professional activity and ensuring compliance with the applicable legal requirements, including the provision of EU Regulation 2016/679 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 (“GDPR”).

This privacy policy includes information about how personal data is processed by DBO, collected both through the www.dbo.ro website, via e-mail or in any other way.

For the purpose of this information, “personal data” means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (“data subject”), including but not limited to our clients, business partners, potential associates or employees.

CATEGORIES OF PERSONAL DATA, PURPOSES AND GROUNDS FOR PROCESSING

Ø  Categories of personal data we collect

We collect your personal information needed for the conclusion of the legal assistance agreement (such as name, address, personal identification number, job title), your contact details (such as telephone number, e-mail address, fax number).

Other types of personal information can be collected depending on the object and purpose of the legal assistance services provided in your interest (such as financial information, employment information, marital status and family components, etc.).

When your personal data is transmitted to us for recruitment purposes, the categories of data processed are your name, e-mail, phone, address, education and qualifications, professional experience, as well as other personal data that you may provide.

When you visit our website, we collect information that web browsers, mobile devices and servers make available (such as IP address, date and time of access, __[BOD1] ) in order to facilitate our website’s functioning.

Our website uses cookies in order to offer the visitors a better experience when browsing the website.

For more information, please see our Cookies Policy.

Ø  Purposes and legal grounds for processing your personal data

If you are a client or a potential client of DBO, we use your personal data for the conclusion of the legal assistance agreement and in order to provide our legal assistance and representation services. Also, we use your contact information in order to communicate with you with respect to your requests and other relevant business-related matters. We rely in this case on the performance of the legal assistance agreement as grounds for processing.

We may also use your personal data in order to comply with our own legal obligations, such as fiscal obligations related to our fee, forwarding to courts and other institutions and authorities, as well as for the fulfillment of the obligations imposed by the law governing the lawyer profession.

We might also use your contact information in order to send you legislative updates regarding your areas of interest, based on your consent. You can withdraw your consent by sending an e-mail to office@bod-law.ro or to your contact lawyer from our office.

If you are a representative or a contact personal of a client / potential client or a business partner, we use your personal data (such as name, job title, telephone, e-mail address) in order to prepare and provide the requested services, such as concluding and executing the legal assistance agreement with the company that you represent, as well as for keeping in contact with you. We rely in this case on the legitimate interest in providing our services according to our area of activity.

If you are a job candidate, we process the data provided to us in your CV in order to analyze your application and contact you, for the purpose of concluding a collaboration agreement (pre-contractual stage).

If you are a visitor on our website, we use your personal information in order to provide access to our services (for example, through our contact page) and to further develop and improve our website, based on our legitimate interest.

RECIPIENTS OR CATEORIES OF RECIPIENTS OF PERSONAL DATA

For the purpose of performing the agreement, your data may be transmitted to third parties, including courts, public authorities, notaries, bailiffs, accountants, IT service providers or other external service providers.

Your data is disclosed to our associates and collaborators who use it for the purpose of fulfilling the purpose of the legal assistance agreement and they are bound by the confidentiality and professional secrecy obligation.

DURATION OF PROCESSING

Your data will be processed and stored during the execution of the contract, as well as thereafter during the storage period of the professional records of lawyers, the legal term for keeping financial documents or the legal archiving period, and in the absence thereof until the purpose for which they were collected is fulfilled (e.g. the expiry of the legal terms provided by statutes of limitation).

When the information is no longer necessary, we ensure its erasure in a safe manner.

YOUR RIGHTS  AS DATA SUBJECT

In connection the processing of your personal data, you may exercise the following rights:

A.     Right of acces to one’s own personal data

You have the right to obtain from us confirmation that CDD Relocation does or does not processes your data and, if so, access to that data.

 

B.             Right to rectification of your personal data

You may request and obtain the rectification, updating or completion of your inaccurate or incomplete personal data.

 

C.              The right to withdraw your consent

When personal data have been processed based on your consent, such consent may be withdrawn at any time.

 

D.             Right to erasure („right to be forgotten”)

You have the right to obtain erasure of your personal data for the following reasons:

• personal data are no longer required for the purposes for which they were collected or processed;

• data processing took place on the basis of your consent, which was withdrawn.

• personal data has been processed illegally;

• you exercise your right to object and there are no legitimate reasons to prevail or you object to processing for direct marketing purposes;

• personal data must be deleted to comply with a legal obligation on the Controller.

 

E.              Right to restriction of processing

You have the right to request and obtain the restriction of the processing of your personal data in the following cases:

• when challenging the accuracy of the data, for a period that would allow the Controller to verify the accuracy of those data;

• processing is illegal, and you are opposed to deleting the data, requesting instead the restriction of their use;

• when the Controller no longer requires personal data for processing, but you ask them to find, exercise or defend a right in court;

• when objectig to processing under the right to object, for the period of time to verify that the legitimate rights of the Controller override those of the data subject.

 

F.              Right ot data portability

You have the right to receive your personal data that you have provided to the Controller with the right to transmit it to another operator when data processing is based on your consent or on a contract to which you are a party of and the processing is done by automatic means.

 

G.             Right to object

You have the right to object, on grounds relating to your particular situation, at any time top processing you personal data in the legitimate interest of the Controller or the processing for direct marketing, including the creation of profiles.

 

H.              The right is not to be the subject of a decision based exclusively on the automatic processing of your data, including the creation of profiles

You may exercise your  rights and find out more information by sending a written requeste at Dumitrescu, Bajenaru Oancea, 61 Unirii Bd., building F3, entrance 2, 6th floor, apartment 604,  District 3, Bucharest, 020 276, Romania or by sending an email to office@bod-law.ro

You also have the right to file a complaint with the National Supervisory Authority for Personal Data Processing.

Last update: May 25, 2018.