This Privacy Notice sets out details about the personal data that we, Clarkslegal LLP, may collect and process about you. For the avoidance of doubt, Clarkslegal is also the data controller for any data held by forburyTECH.
THIS PRIVACY NOTICE COVERS:
Professionals we engage such as barristers
Other parties to a matter e.g. Legal Representatives
Third parties we contact for information (or who contact us)
This Privacy Notice is non-contractual, regularly reviewed and may be amended by us from time to time.
THE TYPE OF DATA WE HOLD, PURPOSE OF PROCESSING, LEGAL BASIS, DATA SHARING AND RETENTION PERIODS
We have provided this information in a layered format below to ensure it remains clear and concise. Please click on the sub-heading below that best describes you and this information will be displayed.
PROFESSIONALS WE ENGAGE
OTHER PARTIES TO A MATTER
THIRD PARTIES WE CONTACT (OR WHO CONTACT US)
Please note that if we intend to further process your personal data for a purpose other than that for which it was collected, we shall provide you with information on this other purpose and all other information as set out in this notice.
We will not transfer your personal data to any country outside the European Economic Area without your consent. Information about the transfer and any relevant safeguards will be provided to you in advance of you giving consent.
In terms of retention periods, we will not keep your data for longer than is necessary. When deciding how long to hold your data we have regard to the purposes for which this is processed, legal and regulatory requirements (including any contractually agreed periods) and statutory limitation periods (under which it is prudent for us to retain records for longer periods).
Where we rely on consent to process your personal data, you have a right to withdraw your consent at any time. This will not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal.
You can withdraw your consent to our processing at any time by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Please specify the type of processing that you are withdrawing your consent to in your email.
You have a number of rights in relation to the personal information that we process about you. You:
Have the right to be informed about your data (as set out in this Privacy Notice)
Can request access to your personal data
Can request that your personal data be rectified if it is inaccurate or incomplete
Can request that the processing of your personal data be restricted or erased in certain circumstances, for example, where the data is no longer necessary to meet its purpose
Can object to processing in certain circumstances, for example where this is based on legitimate interests or involves direct marketing.
Can request to receive personal data that you have provided in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and can request to have this transmitted without hindrance where the data is processed on the basis of consent or performance of a contract
Can lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office
AUTOMATED DECISION MAKING (“ADM”)
ADM occurs when decisions are made about you by a computer or some other information analysing machine. Examples of this include the machine scanning of CVs, computer processed aptitude or personality tests and website profiling.
We do not use ADM.
CONTACT DETAILS FOR DATA CONTROLLER AND ENQUIRIES
Clarkslegal LLP (registered in England and Wales with company no. OC308349) can be contacted at 5th Floor, Thames Tower, Station Road, Reading, RG1 1LX, Tel: 0118 958 5321, Fax: 0118 907 4070.
If you have any enquiries regarding data protection or wish to exercise any of your rights please do contact our dedicated team at email@example.com.
“I would like to thank you for the patience and professionalism you demonstrated while guiding AMS. Crucially, being in such safe hands meant we could continue running the business and looking after our clients”.
Darren Atkin, Group Manging Director, AMS
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