The personal data processing policy of BONN & SCHMITT, S.à r.l. ("BONN & SCHMITT").
This data processing policy is in accordance with EU Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016, which entered into force on 25 May 2018.
The EU Regulation 2016/679 and BONN & SCHMITT's data processing policy apply exclusively to the personal data of natural persons, excluding legal persons.
1) Data controller
The person responsible for processing personal data is BONN & SCHMITT, established and having its registered office at L-1511 Luxembourg, 148, Avenue de la Faiëncerie, registered with the Luxembourg Trade and Companies Register, B 246634.
2) Collection and processing of personal data, means of processing and purpose of processing
a) When you entrust BONN & SCHMITT with the defense of your interests, we always collect the following personal data:
Private and/or professional address
Fixed and mobile phone number
b) Depending on the nature of the case, we may collect some of the following personal data:
Date of birth
Copy of identity card or passport
VAT number- National identification number
National identification number
Data on affiliation to Social Security (CNS, CNP, CNP, AAA, long-term care insurance, etc.), ADEM and other social organisations
Information about your personal life (habits, hobbies, family situation)
Data on criminal convictions
And everything necessary for the execution of the mandate that the client has entrusted to BONN & SCHMITT.
BONN & SCHMITT will limit itself to collecting the data necessary and/or useful for the processing of the particular case.
We collect and process this data:
To be able to identify you as our customer
To be able to detect possible conflicts of interest
To fight terrorism
To provide you with useful advice and defend your interests in court and elsewhere
To correspond with you
To prepare our expense and fee statements
If necessary to recover our costs and fees and incur your liability.
The data will be used by BONN & SCHMITT, its partners, collaborators, trainees and staff in the context of the execution of the mandate you have given us.
As a law firm, BONN & SCHMITT is bound by professional secrecy.
However, depending on the need for the file, your personal data may be entrusted to subcontractors, correspondent lawyers, substitute third party lawyers, bailiffs, courts and opposing lawyers in the context of the communication of documents, opposing lawyers in the context of advice files, negotiations, transactions, etc., to the accountant, banker, public authorities, insurance companies and any other person necessary and or useful for the proper management of your file.
3) Location of data storage
Your identification data (name, first name, e-mail address and telephone number) will be stored in BONN & SCHMITT's customer directory.
Your identification data as well as the personal data specific to your case will be stored in whole or in part in a computer file specially dedicated to your case. This data is also stored in whole or in part in a paper material file specially dedicated to your case.
4) Data retention period
BONN & SCHMITT will keep your data for the duration of the contractual relationship, increased by the duration during which BONN & SCHMITT's liability could be implicated (5 years after completion of the file) or as long as any other legal obligation or necessary for evidential purposes in the context of litigation lasts.
5) Your rights
(a) Right to information
You have the right to know who processes your personal data, why and for what purposes.
(b) The right of access
Upon request, the controller will provide you with all your personal data.
(c) Right of rectification
You have the right to request the rectification of your personal data from the controller.
(d) The right to forget
If the controller no longer has a legitimate reason to keep your data, he must delete your personal data upon your request within a reasonable period of time.
(e) Right to portability
You have the right to retrieve the data you have provided in a structured, commonly used and readable format at BONN & SCHMITT and to transact them.
(f) Right of objection
You have the right to object at any time to the processing of your personal data in the future. Your opposition only applies to the future and not to the past.
However, your right to object does not apply when the processing is provided for by law.
(g) Right to limitation
You have the right to request the limitation of your data:
when you notice the inaccuracy of a data while waiting for the controller to check it
if the processing is unlawful and you prefer a limitation to deletion
you need it for the recognition, exercise and defence of your legal rights.
In case of limitation; your data can no longer be processed.
(h) Right to claim
You can exercise your rights directly with the controller.
If your complaint has not been resolved, you can contact the CNPD (www.cnpd.lu).
You also have the right to seize a tribunal.