We process personal data in the context of our services. Personal data are data through which natural persons can be identified. Data that identify a person indirectly are also personal data. It depends on your case which personal data are needed. For example, we could process your name and address, bank account number, medical data and / or criminal records. Salvador-Ingelse adheres to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Your personal data will only be processed for the purpose for which data have been provided, with your consent, for the execution of an agreement, on the basis of a legal obligation or for a legitimate interest of a client, for example to provide legal aid to a client. Personal data may be provided to third parties if this is necessary on the aforementioned grounds.
Salvador-Ingelse also processes your personal data in order to identify you. This is a legal requirement for lawyers to provide legal aid.
Salvador-Ingelse also processes personal data of its employees, trainees, applicants and service providers. The processing of these personal data are based on an agreement. Personal data of applicants are processed on the basis of a legitimate interest for both Salvador-Ingelse and the applicant. If the application is rejected, we will delete his or her personal data.
Which personal data
Salvador-Ingelse could process the following personal data: first name, last name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, date of birth, social security number (bsn). In some cases, Salvador-Ingelse may also process the following personal data: education, employment history, financial data, criminal records, medical data, other personal data that have been given with your permission or have been made known to us by third parties. The processing of personal data is necessary to perform an agreement, because of a legal obligation or for a legitimate interest of a client, for example to provide legal aid to a client.
Purposes of data processing
We process personal data on the basis of executing an agreement, on the basis of a legal obligation or for a legitimate interest of a client, for example to provide legal aid to a client. Salvador-Ingelse only processes the personal data necessary to perform the aforementioned obligations. Different personal data can be processed for each situation. Salvador-Ingelse may also use your personal data to contact you by telephone, e-mail, fax or regular mail.
Salvador-Ingelse processes financial data, such as bank account numbers, to enable financial administration and to comply with the retention period mandated by law. Personal data in our records are processed to comply with the retention period prescribed by the Dutch Bar Association, and to allow us to keep checking for conflict of interests.
Personal data of third parties
Personal data of third parties could be processed during our legal aid. These personal data could be, but are not limited to, the name and contact details of the other party, curator or administrator. Salvador-Ingelse will thoughtfully process personal data of third parties. Personal data of third parties are processed to perform an agreement, a legal obligation, for example to provide legal aid, or to represent the legitimate interests of the client or a third party.
Personal data provided to us are processed in accordance with the GDPR and in a proper and thoughtful manner. Personal data are digitally secure. Only employees, trainees and authorized service providers (such as the it-provider) of Salvador-Ingelse can gain access. Paper files are safe and locked away and are not accessible to unauthorized third parties. There are agreements with interns, employees and third parties with whom we cooperate on the responsible and thoughtful handling of records and personal data. They are obliged to confidentiality.
In principle, personal data will be kept for another five years after completion of a case. This is the retention period required by law. In case the retention period of personal data has passed or the data is no longer required for other reasons, we can destroy your data. In some cases, a period of time can be agreed upon in which Salvador-Ingelse van return to a case. Or it may be in the interest of Salvador-Ingelse or the professional liability insurer that the case file, including personal data, is kept longer. In such cases the case file is kept longer. In particular, we may retain the names of clients and counterparties for longer in order to continue to allow for check of conflicts of interest.
You have the right to access and correct your personal data that we process. Under certain conditions you have the right to have your own personal data removed. These conditions are:
- the personal data are no longer required for the purpose for which they were processed;
- you withdraw your permission to process your personal data and Salvador-Ingelse has no other legal basis to process the personal data;
- you object to the processing of your personal data and Salvador-Ingelse has no other legal basis to process the personal data;
- personal data were processed unlawfully;
- due to a legal obligation, personal data must be deleted.
You can also object to the processing of your personal data. We will stop processing your personal data, unless there are justified legal grounds for processing that outweigh your interests, rights and freedoms.
You can address the requests in this section to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You have the right to file a complaint with the Dutch Data Protection Authority if Salvador-Ingelse does not comply with your rights in regards to your personal data.
Our website contains links to other websites. We bear no responsibility for the way in which third parties handle your data. We advise you to consult the privacy statement – if any – of the website you are visiting.
March 29, 2019