The controller collects and processes your personal data in relation to the usage of the website www.berglaw.eu and namely on the following legal grounds:
your consent as a website user
performance of contractual obligations of the controller towards you
compliance with legal obligation of the controller
with respect to the legitimate interests of the controller
(1) We collect and process your personal data which you have provided in relation to the usage of the website and potentially for concluding a contract for the following purposes:
ensuring full functionality of the website
provision of our legal services;
for the purposes of the statistics
fulfilling of legal obligations based on agreements or other arrangements;
replying to data subjects questions or requests;
for any other legitimate business purposes.
(1) The following actions are being performed in relation to the personal data provided by you
Completing and sending of form through the website – the purpose of this action is sending of information by the website user to the controller in relation to his/her wish particular services to be rendered. Sending of a form is not an obligatory step for the usage of the website and the website could be used without any submission of personal data.
Conclusion following the impact assessment: Following the concluded impact assessment, the action ”Completing and sending of form through the website” could be performed and provides sufficient guarantees for protection of personal data under GDPR.
(2) The controller collects and processes the following categories of personal data and for the following purposes:
Your identification data (e-mail, name)
Purpose: Contacting the website user and sending of information to him/her as well as potential future rendering of legal services
Legal ground for collection and processing of your personal data – By completing the form for an enquiry and sending it, you consent the controller to process the personal data submitted.
(1) The controller stores personal data provided by you in relation to submitted enquiries for a period of 5 years for the purposes of protection of the legal interests of the controller. Afterwards the controller shall delete or anonymize the personal data.
By contacting Berg Law via e-mail email@example.com, each data subject may exercise the following rights provided by the GDPR, i.e.:
request access to his/her data;
request rectification of his/her data;
request erasure of his/her data from our database;
cancel (withdraw) his/her consent to the processing of your data;
request a restriction on the processing of his/her data;
request a transfer of his/her data to another controller,
object to the processing of his/her data.
If a data subject is of the opinion that their rights related to the protection of their personal data were breached, they may submit a complaint to the Commission for Personal Data Protection