Privacy policy

COOKIES

This website processes information contained in cookies. When information about users is collected, only aggregated anonymous information that does not contain personal data is collected.

Cookies are IT data, specifically text files, stored on the device used for viewing a website. Cookies typically contain the name of the website the cookie is taken from, the storage time of the file on the end user’s device, and alphanumeric values.

The entity placing cookies on the device of the end user of this site and accessing the cookies is the operator of the site – Krzysztof Konysz (Kancelaria Adwokacka adwokat Krzysztof Konysz with its registered office at ul. Monte Cassino 19c/2, 70-467 Szczecin).

Cookies are used for:

  • adapting the contents of the site to suit the user’s preferences and optimising the use of the site. More specifically, cookies enable recognition of the user’s device and display of the site in a manner suited to the user’s individual needs.

  • generation of statistics that help in understanding how visitors use the site, enabling improvement in the structure and contents of the site.

There are two main categories of cookies used by this website: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files stored on the end user’s device until the user logs out, navigates away from the site, or closes the web browser. Persistent cookies are stored on the end user’s device for the period stated in the specification of the cookies or until deleted by the user.

The following types of cookies are used on this site:

  • necessary cookies, enabling the use of services offered on the site, e.g. authentication cookies used for services requiring authentication on the site;

  • security cookies, used for example to detect authentication abuses on the site;

  • efficiency cookies, enabling collection of information about how the pages of the site are used;

  • functional cookies, enabling memorisation of settings selected by the user and personalisation of the user interface, e.g. concerning the selected language or the region the user comes from, font size, website appearance and the like.

The operator of the website uses the Google Analytics service to collect and analyse aggregated information about the use of the website.

In many instances, the web browser enables storage of cookies on the end user’s device by default. Users of the site may change their cookie settings at any time. More specifically, these settings may be modified in the browser settings to block automatic use of cookies, provide notification of each placement of a cookie on the user’s device, or delete cookies previously placed on the user’s device. Detailed information about the options and manner of use of cookies is available in the program settings of the web browser.

Limiting the use of cookies may affect certain functionalities offered on the website.

 

Legal notice and Privacy policy

Insurance for legal professionals

Adwokaci (advocates) and radcowie prawni (legal advisers) are subject to professional civil liability.

Exclusion of liability

All materials on this website are intended for informational purposes only and shall not be regarded as legal advice on any specific matter. Advocate Krzysztof Konysz shall not be liable for any statement on this website. Visitors to this website should seek specific legal advice on any matter that may affect their rights and obligations.

Although advocate Krzysztof Konysz strives to provide information on this website concerning the latest legal developments in the practice areas in which we specialise, we cannot warrant the accuracy, effectiveness or suitability of any legal information contained in these materials.

Protection of privacy

  • Law firm as controller of personal data

Advocate Krzysztof Konysz is the controller of personal data of clients, clients’ contact persons, and persons whose data are provided by clients, when necessary for provision of services. Insofar as the firm processes such personal data for the purpose of providing legal assistance, it becomes the controller of the data by law.

The firm also processes personal data of persons participating in events organised by us, applying for employment, or working or performing services for us.

  • Purpose and basis for processing personal data

We process personal data for the following purposes:

- provision of legal services;

- providing information about events we organise or participate in, including for the purpose of distributing legal alerts;

- recruitment and hiring;

- marketing, insofar as deemed permissible by the relevant bar associations;

- performance of obligations provided for by law.

The firm does not take any decisions with respect to data subjects based on profiling or other automated processing of data.

  • Rights of data subjects

Data subjects have the following rights:

- right to information, which is realised among other things by this Legal Notice and Privacy Policy;

- right to access their personal data;

- right to correct their personal data;

- right to removal of their personal data;

- right to restrict processing of their personal data;

- right of objection, which may be exercised among other things in situations where you no longer wish to receive information of a marketing nature from the firm.

In matters connected with exercise of these rights, you may contact us by email at kancelaria@adwokat-konysz.pl. Data subjects also have a right to file a complaint concerning processing of their personal data with the president of the Personal Data Protection Office.

  • Limitation on access to information

Advocate Krzysztof Konysz will not provide, sell or lend personal data of users to any other persons or institutions except at the express request or consent of the user, or when immediately required for a matter we are handling, or upon demand of competent state authorities for the purposes of proceedings conducted by them. We also will not transfer personal data to countries outside the European Economic Area unless required by the matter we are handling. In such instances, we will ensure an adequate degree of protection of the data of individuals by applying one of the grounds referred to in Chapter V of the General Data Protection Regulation.

  • Period for storing personal data

The firm will store personal data for the time justified for carrying out a legal assignment, or for the period provided for by law.