This privacy statement is applicable to all users and for the whole website including its subpages.
By using the website you acknowledge that you read and that you agree with this privacy statement. By continuing to use the website you also agree with all the changes and updates to the privacy statement. By sending us a message you explicitly agree with the contents of this privacy statement and give consent to process your personal data contained in the traffic data and in the contents of the message and its attachments.
In the Law Office MP Law we respect your privacy, therefore we aim for a high level of protection of your personal data. Personal data of the website users is processed only for the purposes set forth in this privacy statement and in accordance with the applicable European and national data protection legislation.
Law office MP Law, located at Bleiweisova cesta 30, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia, is the controller responsible for your personal information collected through the communication functions of the website, other telecommunication channels and via messaging systems accessible through social networks.
Law office MP Law collects and processes your personal information mainly for the purpose of conducting legal services and on the following legal bases: contract or a mandate, legal obligation, and explicit consent for processing of personal information. MP Law may collect and process the following categories of personal information: name, surname, address, tax number, social security number, e-mail address, phone number.
Law office MP Law will retain and process personal information only for the time necessary to achieve the purposes which the personal information was collected for. After this period expires, the controller shall permanently delete the collected data. Personal information processed on the legal basis of express consent shall be kept permanently or until the consent for processing of personal data is withdrawn. We might retain some categories of data for a longer period if we are required to do so in accordance with legal provisions establishing a different retention period.
Law office MP Law does not transfer personal data to third countries or international organizations, excluding situations where such obligation is imposed to MP Law by law or if there is a legal interest for such transfer.
Individuals may withdraw the consent for processing of personal data or exercise their rights to access, rectify, erase, restrict processing, or transfer their personal data, as well as object to processing of personal information under certain conditions. These rights may be exercised by sending a written request to the controller MP Law, Bleiweisova cesta 30,
1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia. An individual also has the right to file a complaint regarding the processing of his/her personal data with the Information Commissioner of the Republic of Slovenia.