Basic information about how we process data
Law Twenty One Servicios Jurídicos S.L.
Calle San Mateo 8, 3B, 28004 Madrid, VAT ID ESB88311386.
Attend your consultations, applications or requests for information.
Send you information (newsletters) if you have subscribed to our newsletter service.
Attend your requests to exercise your rights. Manage personnel selection processes for which you register.
Purpose of Processing
We keep your data for as long as the relationship between us lasts unless you ask us to erase it. In any case, we keep it for a period not exceeding 5 years as from our last contact with you and for the time necessary to process any responsibilities or file or make any claims.
Duration of Processing
The legal basis for processing your data is one or more of the following: your own consent; the legitimate interest of LAW21; or legal authorisation in the case of a contractual or pre-contractual relationship between both parties.
Legitimacy of Processing
The data has been provided by you or obtained from your access to and browsing of the Website.
Origin of Data
The communications or transfers we make to third parties are necessary for fulfilment of the above-mentioned purposes or made in compliance with a legal obligation.
Transfers or Communications of Data
You may exercise your rights in relation to your data by sending us an email at email@example.com or a letter to our postal address at Calle San Mateo 8, 3B, 28004, Madrid.
We hereby inform you that you may exercise your right to access your data, request the correction or erasure thereof, limit the processing of your data, oppose certain processing, withdraw any consent given, data portability and your right to not be subject to a decision based solely on the automated processing of your data. If you do not agree with the processing of your data by LAW21, you may file a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency at www.agpd.es.
Rights of the Data Subject
The party responsible for processing your data on the website at www.law21.xyz is Law Twenty One Servicios Jurídicos S.L. (hereinafter LAW21). This page contains information about the policy we apply when processing your data; please read it carefully.
Law Twenty One Servicios Jurídicos S.L. holds its registered office at Calle San Mateo 8, 3B, 28004 Madrid and you may address any queries on how we process your data to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Personal data is collected on our website through forms and cookies.
The information you send us through the forms will be used to deal with the consultations and requests for information you send us via the web. If you subscribe to our newsletter service so we can send it to you by email.
And, if you send us contact information and your professional profile for one of our selection processes so we can evaluate your application and communicate with you for the selection process. Cookies and other similar technologies, such as local shared objects, flash cookies and pixels, are tools used by web servers to store and retrieve information about visitors and ensure that the website works properly.
How do we get your data?
The fields on the forms must be filled in as indicated; otherwise, we will be unable to fulfil the purposes indicated.
How do we use your data and on what legal basis?
LAW21 uses your data for the following purposes:
To process your requests for information based on the contractual or pre-contractual relationship between the parties.
To attend any request you send us to exercise your rights in compliance with our legal obligations.
To send you information (newsletter) if you have subscribed to our newsletter service.
To assess your application for a vacancy and manage present and future selection processes when you so request by sending your CV and, where applicable, on the basis of any pre-contractual activity resulting from such selection processes.
Should the interested party fail to provide the above-mentioned data or if it is incorrect or inaccurate, we will be unable to process your request, making it impossible to provide you with the requested information or the requested service. Therefore, the party responsible for the processing, LAW21, hereby declines all liability and consequences arising from such incorrect or inaccurate data.
How long do we keep your data?
LAW21 undertakes to store and manage your personal data and the information collected via this website as duly confidential until you ask us to erase it and, in any case, for a period not exceeding 5 years from our last contact with you. However, LAW21 may keep the data, duly blocked, for the time necessary to fulfil any administrative or jurisdictional responsibilities or to file or make claims.
In any case, the following indicates how to request the erasure of your data.
Who will have access to your data?
In general, LAW21 will not disclose your personal data to third parties except for those providing a service necessary for the normal operation of the Website and/or the services requested. This will apply only for the time necessary for the performance of the service order agreement and under the same conditions and the same responsibilities as those required of the controller. Once the service has been provided, the data processor shall return the personal data to the controller and erase any copies in his/her possession.
Furthermore, only third parties with whom LAW21 has a legal or contractual obligation to provide your personal data will have the right to access your personal data, including, for example, the Ombudsman and the judges and courts involved in proceedings related to the complaints submitted.
You may exercise your rights at any time under the terms given in current legislation:
Access to your data to know what data we have about you, why we process it and on what legal basis.
Correction when you consider that any of the data is inaccurate or out of date.
Erasure of your data in cases where this is possible.
Application for the processing to be limited when you consider that the necessity, legitimacy, accuracy and, in general, the legality of the processing is not correct, in which case we may keep them exclusively to respond to any claims.
Opposition to processing when the legal basis is the legitimate interest of LAW21. If the legal basis is your consent, the correct procedure is to revoke such consent.
Request the portability of your data.
Revoke the consent given.
You may exercise any of these rights by sending us a letter or e-mail proving your identity by means of a copy of your ID card or equivalent official identification document and indicating which right(s) you wish to exercise, as well as an address to which we can reply.
Postal address: Calle San Mateo 8 -3B, 28004 Madrid
E-mail address: email@example.com
We also hereby inform you that you may file a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (supervisory authority with the corresponding powers), especially if you consider that we have not fully satisfied the exercise of your rights, by writing to the AEPD at C/ Jorge Juan, 6, 28001 Madrid or via the web at https://www.agpd.es.