Blenheim Advocaten processes personal data. These are data about identified or identifiable natural persons and comprise data that can be directly or indirectly traced back to a person. These may be data that you yourself have provided to us, such as when you sign an agreement with us, by visiting our website and filling in contact forms or if you apply for a job. It may also happen that Blenheim Advocaten receives your personal data from a lawyer when you are the opposing party, if there are data deriving from public platforms such as the Commercial Register of the Chamber of Commerce, the Land Registry or other public sources. This concerns among other things the following data
Blenheim Advocaten uses your personal data for the following purposes:
Blenheim Advocaten processes personal data on the basis of the following legal grounds:
Persons associated with Blenheim Advocaten may receive your personal data. Personal data may also be shared with third parties who are important for our legal services, such as opposing parties, district courts and appeal courts, lawyers, regulatory agencies and government agencies. In addition, Blenheim Advocaten makes use of various IT support companies (such as Exact Online, Urentool, De Eerste Aanleg, Starred) which work under the orders or on the instructions of Blenheim Advocaten. Such companies have or will conclude processor agreements with Blenheim Advocaten.
In principle, Blenheim Advocaten does not provide your personal data to other third parties. However, Blenheim Advocaten may, solely insofar as necessary for its legal services, pass on your personal data to parties in third countries, outside the European Economic Area (EEA), for example when bringing proceedings against an international opposing party or when concluding an international agreement.
If Blenheim Advocaten proceeds to share your personal data with parties in a country outside the EEA, Blenheim Advocaten will check whether that third-party country offers an adequate protection level and ensure that such a transfer complies with the applicable laws and regulations, before informing you about this.
Only if we are legally obliged to do so we will provide your personal data to regulators, other parties or persons or authorities.
Blenheim Advocaten has taken the necessary technical and organisational measures to protect your personal data. This is to protect your data against, among other things, loss, destruction or damage and to prevent prohibited or unlawful processing or disclosure of your data.
Thus, data connections and physical spaces are protected.
Also the persons who work at Blenheim Advocaten have issued statements declaring that they will observe strict secrecy on pain of a fine. If you have questions about the protection of your personal data, or if there are indications of misuse, you are asked to contact us, using the contact details stated under 10.
You have the following rights as a data subject:
You can send your requests, questions or complaints to the contact details referred to under 10.
Blenheim Advocaten Westerdoksdijk 40 1013 AE AMSTERDAMBy letter
You can also lodge a complaint with the Dutch Data Protection Authority in The Hague.