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  • Information clause
  1. Personal data obtained in the course of our co-operation is controlled by JWP Patent & Trademark Attorneys, JWP Foundation, Law Firm Dorota Rzążewska (‘Controller’).
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  2. Personal data is processed for the following purposes:
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    a) conclusion and performance of orders, including to ensure proper quality of our services (legal basis: Art. 6.1.(b) GDPR) – “performance of a contract”,
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    b) performance of legal obligations that we are subject to, e.g. issuing and storing invoices or responding to complaints (legal basis: Art. 6.1.(c) GDPR) – “legal obligation”,
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    c) enforcement of potential claims arising from our co-operation (legal basis: Art. 6.1.(f) GDPR) – “legitimate interest”,
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    d) marketing of own services during the term of the contract (legal basis: Art. 6.1.(f) GDPR) – “legitimate interest”,
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    e) marketing purposes upon your consent to use your data for this purpose (legal basis: Art. 6.1.(a) GDPR) – “consent”.
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  3. Your personal data will be processed over the period of time necessary to implement the above referred purposes. Depending on the legal basis, the term ‘period of time’ refers respectively to:
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    a) duration of co-operation,
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    b) the time of performance of legal obligations and the time imposed on the Controller to store data by legal regulations, e.g. by tax law,
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    c) the time after which potential claims arising from the contract become time-barred,
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    d) the time until your consent is withdrawn.
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  4. Any person whose data is concerned – in cases provided for in GDPR – is entitled to access, transfer, rectify and delete his or her personal data as well as to limit the processing thereof.
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  5. Notwithstanding the rights stated above, any person whose data is concerned is entitled to object to the processing of his or her personal data, legitimate interest being the legal basis to such objection. Upon receipt of the relevant request, the Controller is obliged to cease to process the requestor’s data.
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  6. Any person whose data is concerned is also entitled to lodge a complaint to the President of the Office for the Protection of Personal Data if he or she deems the processing of personal data concerning him or her by the Controller is in breach of the law.
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  7. With all security guarantees your data may be passed to third parties, including:
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    a) entities authorized by the Controller to process the data,
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    b) entities processing the data on behalf of the Controller which have been entrusted with processing of personal data, e.g. technical service providers and entities rendering advisory services,
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    c) other administrators, e.g. couriers.
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  8. Personal data may also be transferred to third countries from non-European Economic Area (other than the EU Member States, Island, Norway and Liechtenstein), providing the terms laid down in Chapter V GDPR are satisfied.
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  9. Any issues related to personal data protection addressed to the Controller should be sent to the e-mail address dane@jwp.pl
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