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A n n o u n c e m e n t
of information to persons concerned in accordance with § 15 section 1 of the Act 122/2013 Coll. on Protection of Personal Data and on amendments to certain acts, as amended (hereinafter the "Act on Protection of Personal Data")

  1. Identification data of the operator: Law firm JUDr. Jakub Mandelik, s.r.o.
    Stefanikova 8, 811 05 Bratislava
    Company ID: 47 234 318
    registered in the Commercial Register of OS Bratislava I,
    Section: Sro, file no. 73451/B
    Managing Director: JUDr. James Mandelik, PhD, Advocate
  2. Purpose and duration of the processing of personal data

    In the framework of the provision of legal services it is supposed that the personal data of the person concerned will be provided to the extent required to the range of entities not specified in advance (courts, state authorities, public authorities, the other contracting party, candidates for concluding a contract, the addressees of legal instrument, parties to judicial or other proceeding). Personal data of the person concerned will also be entered into the information system Database of Clients and proceedings related of which the operator is the advocate and to which the employees of the advocate will have the access to the extent necessary in order to perform for the employer the activities necessary for the proper provision of legal services. In order to identify and distinguish the person concerned from any other person concerned in case of the same name, the identification can be assured by appropriate identifiers, for example by the date of birth or birth certificate number, to avoid confusion of the persons concerned.

    Personal data of the person concerned shall be provided and processed to the extent necessary for the sole purpose of the provision of legal services. The purpose of the processing of personal data lasts from the date of its provision until the date of the fulfillment of the activity required, or to the date of the liquidation of personal data upon the request of the person concerned or subject to the advocate’s decision, after the fulfillment of the agreed or legally defined conditions.

  3. Rights of the person concerned

    Guidance on the rights of the person concerned, source: website of the Office for Personal Data Protection.

    According to § 28 of Act no. 122/2013 Coll. on Protection of Personal Data, as amended, the person concerned has the right, on the basis of the written request from the advocate, to require in a generally intelligible form

    1. confirm whether or not personal data about him/her are processed,
    2. information on the status of the processing of his/her personal data in the information system within the scope of § 15 section 1 point a) to e ), the second to the sixth item.
    3. accurate information about the source from which the personal data for processing was obtained,
    4. a list of his/her personal data which are subject to processing,
    5. correction or destruction of their incorrect, incomplete or outdated personal data which are subject to processing,
    6. liquidation of his/her personal data if the purpose of its processing has been fulfilled; if official documents containing personal data have been submitted and are subject to the processing, he/she can apply for their return
    7. liquidation of his/her personal data which are subject to processing in case of the violation of law,
    8. blocking of his/her personal data for the reason of the withdrawal of consent before the expiry of the period of its validity if the advocate processes personal data on the basis of the consent of the person concerned.

    The right of the person concerned may be restricted only pursuant to point e) and f) of this section 1), provided that such restriction arises from a special law or if by its application the protection of the person concerned would be violated or the rights and freedoms of other persons would be violated. The operator shall inform the person concerned and the authority in a written form without undue delay.

    The person concerned has, on the basis of a free written request or in person if the matter is urgent, the right to object at the advocate at any time

    1. to the processing of personal data in cases pursuant to § 10 section 3 point a), e), f) or g) stating the legitimate reasons or by submitting the evidence of infringement of his/her rights and legitimate interests which are or may be in a particular case by such processing of personal data harmed; if legal reasons do not prevent it and it is proved that the objection of the person concerned is justified, the advocate shall block and destroy, without undue delay and as soon as circumstances permit, the personal data to which processing the person concerned objected,

    2. and not to obey the advocate’s decision which would have legal effect or significant impact for him/her if such a decision is based solely on the basis of the acts of the automatic processing of his/her personal data; the person concerned has the right to request the advocate for review of the decision issued by a method other than the automatic processing whereby the advocate is required to satisfy the request of the person concerned in such a way that an authorized person will have a decisive role in reviewing the decision; the advocate shall notify the person concerned about the method of investigation and result of finding within the period pursuant to § 29 section 3. The person concerned shall not have this right only if it provided in a separate law in which the measures to ensure the legitimate interests of the person concerned are regulated, or if under the pre-contractual relations or during the existence of contractual relations the advocate issued a decision which met the request of the person concerned, or if the advocate under the contract took other appropriate measures to ensure the legitimate interests of the person concerned.
      The transfer of personal data to third countries is governed by § 31, act no. 122/ 2013 Coll. on Protection of Personal Data as amended.

    The advocate shall perform immediately if possible but not later than 30 days from the date of the receipt of the written request of the person concerned the operation requested and inform the person concerned.

  4. Liquidation of personal data

    The advocate shall destroy all the personal data of the person concerned

    • if the purpose of processing personal data has been fulfilled, i.e. the termination of legal services has occured,
    • upon a written request of the person concerned, ,
    • if the advocate finds out that the data of the person concerned is not accurate, complete and updated and its correction can not be performed,
    • if the advocate will have no contact with the person concerned for the period of two years and on the basis of a request (e.g. by e-mail) no reply will be received,

    If the person concerned will themselves request the entering of their data into the information system, the purpose of the processing shall last as long as the person themselves does not ask for the liquidation of their personal data.

  5. The accuracy and completeness of data

    The person concerned must provide the advocate only accurate, complete and current personal data and update such personal data after each change and notify the advocate of any change in their personal data. If the advocate finds out that the personal data does not meet those conditions and he can not perform a correction, the advocate shall destroy the personal data of the person concerned.