DISCLOSURE ON PRIVACY
Disclosure pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree 196/2003
Dear Client, pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 (hereinafter, the Consolidated Privacy Act), and in relation to the personal data which will come into Studio BSVA – Studio Legale Associato’s possession through your engagement of the firm, we inform you of the following:
1. Purposes of the data processing.
Th data processing is aimed solely at ensuring the correct and complete performance of the professional mandate received, whether as part of in-court proceedings or out-of-court negotiations or procedures.
2. Data processing methods.
a) The data processing is carried out through the procedures or sets of procedures indicated in art. 4 paragraph 1 letter a) of the Consolidated Privacy Act: compilation, registration, organization, preservation, consultation, elaboration, modification, extraction, comparison, use, interconnection, block, communication, cancellation and destruction of the data.
b) The procedures may be performed either with or without the use of electronic or automatic instruments.
c) The data processing is carried out by the owner of the data processing and/or the persons delegated to perform the data processing.
3. Notification of the data.
The notification of common, sensitive and legal personal data is strictly necessary in order to perform the activities referred to in point 1.
4. Refusal to provide the data.
Any refusal by the person in question to provide his/her personal data in the situation referred to in point 3 leads to the impossibility of performing the activities referred to in point 1.
5. Notification of the data.
The personal data may come to the attention of the persons delegated to perform the data processing and may be disclosed for the purposes referred to in point 1 to external collaborators, persons working in the legal/litigation sector, counterparties and their legal counsel, arbitral tribunals and, in general, all public and private parties to which the disclosure is necessary for the correct pursuit of the purposes referred to in point 1.
6. Dissemination of data.
The personal data are not subject to dissemination.
7. Transfer of data abroad.
The personal data may be transferred to EU countries and to non-EU countries in the context of the purposes referred to in point 1.
8. Rights of the person in question.
Lastly, it should be noted that art. 7 of Legislative Decree No. 196 of 30 June 2003 grants to the persons in question the possibility of exercising specific rights.
In particular, the person in question may obtain from the Owner the confirmation of the existence or inexistence of his/her personal data and may request that such data be made available in intelligible form.
The person in question may also request information on the origin of the data, the methods followed and purposes which the data processing is meant to pursue, and request the cancellation, transformation to anonymous form or block on the data processed in breach of the law, and the updating, correction or, where desired, the supplementation of his/her data.
9. Owner of the data processing.
The owner of the data processing is Studio BSVA – Studio Legale Associato in the person of its managing partner/partner in charge of administration with elected domicile at Via Marcobi, 10, Varese.
10. Person in charge of data processing.
The Persons in charge of the processing of personal data are Attorneys Francesco Senaldi (for the Varese and Gallarate offices) and Alessandro Bellofiore (for the Milan office).
The updated list of persons in charge is available through the Security Planning Document.
The text of art. 7 of the Legislative Decree 196/2003 is the following:
(Right of access to the personal data and other rights)
1. The person in question is entitled to obtain confirmation of the existence or inexistence of personal data concerning him/her, even if not yet registered, and their notification in a intelligible form.
2. The person in question is entitled to obtain
a) the origin of the personal data;
b) the purposes and methods of the data processing;
c) the methods followed in the event of data processing carried out using electronic instruments;
d) the identity data of the owner, personsn in charge and designated representative pursuant to article 5, paragraph 2;
e) the persons or categories of persons to whom the personal data could be disclosed or who could gain knowledge of the same as the designated representative in the territory of the country, persons in charge of the data processing or persons delegated to perform the data processing.
3. The person in question is entitled to obtain:
a) the updating, correction or, where desired, supplementation of the data;
b) the cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or a block on the data processed in breach of the law, including data the preservation of which is not necessary for the purposes for which the data have been compiled or subsequently processed;
c) the certification that the procedures referred to in letters a) and b) have been notified, incuding as to their contents, to those to whom the data have been disclosed or disseminated, except where this is impossible or would entail a dedication of means that is manifestly disproportionate to the right protected.
4. The person in question is entitled to oppose, in whole or in part:
a) for legitimate reasons, the processing of personal data concerning him/her, even if it pertains to the purpose of the data compilation;
b) the processing of personal data concerning him for purposes of sending advertising or direct sale material or to perform market studies or for commerical/promotional communications.