This Privacy Statement explains how Estudio Echecopar S.R.L, domiciled at Av. de la Floresta 497, 5th floor San Borja (hereinafter, the "Firm") collects, uses, shares, and otherwise processes the Personal Data (defined below) obtained through its websites about:
- Visitors to our websites, mobile applications and other online properties (each, a “Site”).
- Contact persons for our clients and/or potential clients, individuals who contact us to request services, subscribe to alerts and legal newsletters and/or participate in Firm-sponsored events.
- Job applicants.
In this Privacy Statement, “Personal Data” means information that (either in isolation or in combination with other information held by the Firm) enables you to be identified as an individual or recognize you directly or indirectly.
Unless we specifically state otherwise, the Firm owns the data banks where your personal data is kept and processed and is therefore responsible for ensuring that the systems and processes we use comply with Law 29733 on Personal Data Protection (hereinafter, “the Law”), its Regulations and any applicable laws.Firm personnel are required to comply with this Privacy & Cookies Statement and associated Firm policies when dealing with Personal Data and must also complete data protection training where appropriate to their role.
Collection of Personal Data
We collect the following categories of personal data about website's visitors, clients, potential clients and job applicants:
- Basic data: Name, gender, title, organization, job responsibilities, phone number, zip code, e-mail address, contact details and information about family life (excluding special categories of data) including family, children, hobbies and interests.
- Sensitive data: in limited circumstances, when you have provided us with information for a specific service we are providing to you or when applying for a job: religious beliefs or opinions on other subjects, racial and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, health data and union membership details.
- Registration data: Subscriptions to newsletters, registration to events/seminars, dietary preferences (excluding special categories of data), subscriptions, downloads and username/passwords.
- Marketing data: Data about individual participation in conferences and attendance to seminars, credentials, associations, products interests and preferences.
- Compliance data: Government-issued identity cards, passports or other identification documents, birth dates, final beneficiaries data and due diligence data.
- Job applicant data: Data provided by job applicants or other people on our websites or in person, in relation to our job opportunities.
- Device data: Computer Internet Protocol (IP) address, Unique Device Identifier (UDID), cookies and other data linked to a device, and data from our Sites usage (Usage data.)
Use of Personal Data
The purposes for which personal data, and the legal bases for such processing it are as follows:
- To provide legal advice and answer inquiries, we use basic data, registration data, client support data and device data. We need to process your information in this way to comply with contractual obligations with our clients.
- To conduct our business operations and manage the relationship with our clients, we use basic data, special categories of data, registration data, marketing data and client support data. This processing is necessary to comply with contractual obligations with our clients (e.g. issuing and processing invoices) and suppliers (e.g. managing the supply of goods and services to our Firm).
- To make our websites more intuitive and user-friendly, we use device data. It is necessary for our legitimate interests to monitor how our Sites are used to help us improve the layout and information available in our Sites, and providing our Site's users a better service.
- To protect the security and effective performance of our Sites and IT systems, we use basic data, registration data, transactional data and device data. It is necessary for our legitimate interests to monitor how our Sites are used to detect and prevent fraud, other crimes and misuse of our Sites. This helps us ensure you can use our Sites safely.
- To provide relevant marketing, such as providing you with information about events or services that may be of interest to you, including legal services, legal updates, client conferences or networking events, and special interest groups (e.g. specific types of networking groups), we use marketing data, basic data, special categories of data, registration data, client support data and device data. It is necessary for our legitimate interests to process this information in order to provide you with tailored and relevant marketing, updates and invitations.
- To address compliance and legal obligations, such as identity verification of new clients, and to prevent money laundering and/or fraud, we use compliance data, basic data, registration data, transactional data and device data. This processing is necessary to comply with our binding legal requirements.