The controller of your personal data is BSJP Brockhuis Jurczak Prusak Sroka Nilsson sp. k. with its registered office in Warsaw, registered in the register
of entrepreneurs of the National Court Register under number KRS: 0000059648 (hereinafter referred to as "BSJP" or the "Controller"). BSJP as
the data controller decides for what purposes and how your personal data will be processed.
2. CONTACT DETAILS
You may contact the Controller with regard to the processing of your personal data:
- via electronic mail (e-mail): email@example.com;
- by post: BSJP ul. Twarda 18, 00-105 Warszawa (with a note: “Personal data”);
- in person on at the Controller’s registered office.
3. YOUR PERSONAL DATA
We process the following personal data of yours: name, surname, address of workplace, (official) correspondence address, (official) e-mail address,
(official) telephone number.
4. SOURCE OF PERSONAL DATA
The personal data of yours, which we collect, is received:
- directly from you (e.g. during the first contact in connection with entering into and carrying out an agreement with a client/counterparty, by whom you
are employed, regardless of basis of employment);
- from a client/counterparty, by whom you are employed, regardless of the basis of employment.
5. PURPOSES, LEGAL BASIS FOR THE PROCESSING AND STORAGE PERIOD OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA
- We process your personal data in order to perform and carry out the agreement made with the client/counterparty, by which you are employed, regardless of
the legal basis of such employment.
- If this is the case, the basis for processing your personal data is BSJP’s legitimate interest (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR), which consists in
establishing and maintaining contact with the client/counterparty and performing the concluded agreement, the basis of which is the provision of legal
assistance (in the case of the client) or other assistance (in the case of the counterparty – an entity for which we do not render legal advisory services).
6. RIGHTS YOU ARE ENTITLED TO IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
- Right of access
- at any time, you can obtain knowledge on what personal data of yours is processed by the Controller and you can receive a copy of your personal data.
- Right to rectification
- if you notice that your personal data is incorrect or if, for example, your name, telephone number or e-mail address has changed.
- Right to erasure
- if your personal data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected by the Controller;
- if your data is unlawfully processed;
- if the erasure of the data is necessary for the fulfilment of the obligation resulting from the provision of law and incumbent on the Controller.
- Right to restriction of processing
- if you notice that your personal data is incorrect, you may request that it is not further processed during the period in which the Controller
verifies its accuracy;
- if your personal data is unlawfully processed but you do not want it to be erased;
- the Controller will no longer need the data, but you may need it for the purpose of pursuing claims or defending against claims.
- Right to objection
- If you are in a special situation, you may object to the processing of your personal data on the basis of our legitimate interest described in point 5
- However, it must be emphasised that your request is not absolute, i.e. we can show that, despite the circumstances invoked by you, our legitimate
interest takes precedence over your interests, rights and freedoms, or is necessary to establish, pursue and defend against claims.
7. RECIPIENTS OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA
Your personal data may be made available to entities which provide services to us (e.g. suppliers and computer service technicians, software service
8. DATA STORAGE PERIOD
Your personal data will be stored until the expiry of the statute of limitations on claims that may arise under the agreement for the provision of legal
assistance (concluded with the client) or other assistance (when the agreement is concluded with the counterparty); this is because, in order to establish,
pursue or defend claims, it may be necessary to provide information about the person with whom BSJP directly contacted in respect of the execution of the
9. COMPLAINT TO A SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY
If you believe that your personal data is being processed unlawfully, you can lodge a complaint with the President of the Personal Data Protection Office
(Office of the Personal Data Protection Office – ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw).
10. PROVISION OF PERSONAL DATA
The provision of personal data, which concerns you, by you, or making it available by a client/counterparty is necessary to perform the agreement to which
BSJP is a party.
11. AUTOMATED DECISION-MAKING, INCLUDING PROFILING
We will not make automated decisions against you, which decisions would have legal effects on you or affect you in any similar way.