Any personal data transmitted to Volpe Law Firm will be stored and treated securely and confidentially in compliance with legislative decree n. 196 of 30 June 2003 and with any subsequent regulations for its implementation.
Any transmitted data will be used to such an extent and for such periods as are strictly necessary to perform the requested services, to comply with any disclosures required by law and, more specifically, to meet the auditing standards as well as anti-money laundering legislation.
Any data that may be submitted through the ‘Contact us’ web page will be used only to reply to contact requests and will be deleted immediately afterward if no request for professional services is granted or if any information other than personal details such as name, email address or phone number, has been inserted.
All personal data will be handled - either electronically or on paper - only by specifically authorized individuals in accordance with art. 30 of legislative decree 106/03.
Fabio Volpe is the data controller, data supervisor and person in charge of data processing for the Milan and London offices and is domiciled for the purpose in Milan, P.zza L. V. Bertarelli n. 1, T. + 39 02 89012753, F. + 39 02 86460022, M. firstname.lastname@example.org PEC: email@example.com.
Eric Volpe is the data controller, data supervisor and person in charge of data processing for the Nizza Monferrato office and is domiciled for the purpose in Nizza Monferrato (AT), P.zza Martiri di Alessandria n. 6, T. + 39 0141 721343, F. + 39 02 724101, M. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any data submitted to perform the requested services may be disclosed to third parties, both private and public, in accordance with legislative decree n. 196 of 30 June 2003 and with any subsequent regulations for its implementation to such an extent as is strictly necessary to perform the services requested and, in any event, in compliance with the aforementioned law and subsequent regulations and with the principle of legal professional privilege.
Any data requested for administrative and accounting purposes may be disclosed to professionals appointed by Volpe Law Firm to comply with any regulations as required by law.
Any data requested for the fulfillment of anti-money laundering regulations may be disclosed - as required by law - to judicial or administrative bodies working in this field.
Any data supplied through the ‘Contact us’ web page on the Volpe Law Firm website may not be disclosed or transmitted.
Whereas legislative decree n. 196 of 30 June 2003 and any subsequent regulations for the implementation of the aforementioned decree shall require approval by the party concerned to disclose any data, Volpe Law Firm shall ensure to seek approval beforehand.
Any concerned party may at any time exert his or her rights in accordance with Art. 7 of legislative decree n. 196 of 30 June 2003, enclosed herewith.
1. The person concerned has the right to obtain clear and intelligible information regarding the existence of any personal data, even when these data has yet to be recorded or stored.
2. The person concerned has the right to obtain information as to:
a) the origin of any such personal data;
b) the purpose of the treatment of such data and how and by whom the data is processed;
c) the logic governing the electronic processing of such data;
d) the identity of the data controller, data supervisor and person in charge of data processing in accordance with article 5, comma 2;
e) the persons or category of persons to whom such data may be disclosed or those who may access such data in their official capacity or designated role.
3. The person concerned has the right to:
a) have any data updated, rectified or integrated when necessary;
b) have any data deleted, modified to ensure anonymity, or blocked if in violation of law, including any data whose storage is unnecessary for the purposes for which it was gathered and subsequently processed;
c) receive a statement that the operations described in a) and b) have been divulged, including as regards their contents, to those to whom the data has been communicated or transferred, except when compliance is deemed impossible or requires means that are clearly disproportionate to the protection of the rights in question.
4. The person concerned has the right to object, wholly or in part, and on legitimate grounds:
a) to the processing of any personal data, even when the date pertains to the stated purpose;
b) to the processing of any personal data for the purpose of sending advertising material or of engaging in direct sales, market research or any other commercial activity.
This disclaimer applies to the Volpe Law Firm website only and does not refer to any other websites that may be accessed via hyperlinks.