Privacy statement

PRIVACY STATEMENT

The private company with limited liability Fruytier Lawyers in Business B.V. (“Fruytier Lawyers in Business”) is a company incorporated under Dutch law, with its registered office in Amsterdam.

 

Fruytier Lawyers in Business aims to use its website as a means of presenting itself to the outside world, providing an introduction to legal subjects in an approachable and professional way, and sharing knowledge with the visitors it attracts. Fruytier Lawyers in Business respects the privacy of all users of this website and observes the requirements of the Personal Data Protection Act in that respect. Fruytier Lawyers in Business reserves the right to amend this Privacy Statement when it sees reason to do so.

Personal Data

Fruytier Lawyers in Business only collects personal data that have been explicitly and voluntarily provided by those who visit this website, such for the purpose of monitoring the visitors to its website and their preferences. This allows us to make the website more and more relevant to its visitors. When visiting the website, certain information is automatically provided by your computer. Your personal data are only used for the purpose for which you provided the information and can be used to contact you, to provide you with information about Fruytier Lawyers in Business, and also for analysis, which includes market research for the benefit of our office. Fruytier Lawyers in Business does not sell your personal information to third parties, and does not process your personal data any longer than the statutory retention period, or for a shorter period if so permitted.

Under the General Data Protection Regulations, you have a right of objection, examination, rectification, restriction, data portability, erasure, withdrawal of consent and right of complaint. If it is necessary in your case to communicate with a recipient outside the European Union, then an EU Model Clause contract will be concluded with that recipient, unless this is unnecessary because the protection level of the personal data processing is equal to or higher than the protection level in the EU.

Cookies

Fruytier Lawyers in Business uses data analytics companies, like Google Analytics, and small text files known as cookies. Cookies are used to monitor activities on the website and to analyse how the website is used. The analysis enables us to adjust our service and information provision to our visitors’ wishes. Google processes personal data on its servers in the United States and in other countries. In certain cases, Google processes your personal data outside of the Netherlands or even outside of the European Economic Area. If you do not want to accept the use of cookies, you can change the settings of your browser to refuse cookies.

Offline communication and applications

All of the above also applies to all offline communication. If you send a paper letter to our mailing address or provide us with personal information over the telephone, you grant us permission to the processing of your personal data. With regard to applications for employment, we will destroy your personal data after the completion of the application process.

Permission

By using our website you grant permission for the use of your data as described above.

In conformity with the provisions of the law, we ask you, before you can visit our website, to indicate which of your information we may and may not collect. We use a so-called Cookiebot for this purpose. You can change your preferences via this tool at any time.

Fruytier Lawyers in Business does not exercise any influence over the data retention period at third parties, such as LinkedIn.  We do determine the retention period for data stemming from our contact form, intake form, and e-mail requests. We keep these for a maximum of two years.

Contact

For questions about the content of this Privacy Statement and/or to obtain permission to copy and/or replicate (parts of) the content of the website, you can contact Fruytier Lawyers in Business via: privacy@flib.nl.

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