Privacy notice for Website Visitors
I. General Information about Data Processing
Data protection declaration
Concordanz Trust Enterprise, Feldkircher Strasse 15, FL-9494 Schaan (“we“/“us“) declares that the processing of personal data is compliant with the GDPR in the course of business operations.
Regarding the processing of personal data, we are bound to a strict duty of confidentiality and we comply with the obligations of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in accordance with the professional requirements obliged by lawyers.
Accordingly, personal data will be treated with the highest confidentiality.
II. Definition and Extent of the Data Processing
Processing of Personal Data
Personal data is any data that relates to an identified or identifiable natural person such as name, address, date of birth, gender, email address and personal data concerning criminal proceedings. Processing of personal data includes collection, storage, adaptation or alteration, use, provision, erasure or deletion of data.
We process personal data, necessary for the implementation of our services which is provided voluntarily to us.
A complete provision is necessary in order to successfully process our orders, therefore a limitation of personal data could lead to the challenge of a mandate. All personal data is saved and entered on our internal server in our office.
Your Rights (Rights of the People Concerned)
People concerned have the right to get information about data processing, rectification of incorrect data, erasure, restriction of processing and data transfer, revocation of the consent as well as objection to the processing of personal data. Legal obligations and rights of Concordanz Trust Enterprise are reserved, especially the obligation to maintain secrecy.
If you have a concern regarding data protection, you can contact the data protection officer we have listed or our office. Because of professional diligence, we have an obligation to prove identity regarding to such requests.
In case of a privacy breach or a threat to personal data, we will promptly report to the privacy authority after we have noticed.
Legality and Purposes of Data Processing
Processing of personal data takes place with the consent of the individual for the purpose of fulfilling the obligations from the contractual relationship. In practice we process the personal data for purposes that are covered by the mandate agreement. Personal data is primarily processed for the purpose of fulfilling our mandate, thus we process them for justification, administration and the transaction of the contractual relationship.
Personal data is processed especially for legal representation in all domestic and foreign courts, all national and international courts as well as in arbitral tribunal and in front of authorities. If necessary, personal data is transmitted to third parties, which observe the GDPR and also properly declare their obligation to observe its rules.
In addition, data processing takes place for the purpose of maintaining customer relationships and for the purpose of self-promotion.
The collected data is necessary for proper fulfilment of the order, as it is not possible to maintain the contractual relationship without this data.
Transmission to Third Parties
Transmission of your data takes place on the basis of the GDPR, in particular on the basis of consent of the individual or for the fulfilment of contract. To fulfil the mandate, it may also be necessary to transmit personal data to third parties (e.g. insurance companies, service providers, opposing parties) as well as courts and authorities. If necessary, an exchange of personal data between our branches is also possible.
In case of a transmission of personal data to recipients in third countries, we make sure that the standards complied with reach the level of European data protection and the relevant safety regulations.
Data Processing while Visiting our Website
The data collected by Google may be transferred by Google to countries outside the EU and the EEA, in particular the USA. In any case, Google has submitted to the Privacy Shield Framework. You can find more information about your rights under http://ec.europa.eu/justice/data-protection/document/citizens-guide_en.pdf.
The stored IP addresses are in pseudonymous form and they are only transmitted while ensuring anonymity.
The announcement of personal data on our website via the contact and application form is on a voluntary basis and used for the stated purpose.
Links can be found on our website by which websites of third parties may be reached. We have no influence whatsoever on these websites and cannot accept any responsibility or liability for the correctness, completeness or legality of the contents presented on them or their handling of personal data.
Storage Period and Data Security
Essentially, personal data given by our customers is stored in our law office within the provided and neccessary extent until the end of the business relationship. In addition, personal data is stored due to legal obligation to the extent allowed by law and for this legal period.
Protection of personal data takes place through appropriate organizational and technical precautions, which assure protection against unauthorized access and prevent data breaches.
In case of any data breach, we will promptly report to the affected person and the relevant authority.
Please note that data transmission on the Internet can be subject to security gaps. Notwithstanding the technical and organisational security measures, manipulation by third parties or loss of data cannot be completely ruled out.
III. Contact Information of the Person responsible for data processing and the Data protection officer (if appointed in accordance to Art. 37 GDPR)
If you have any concerns regarding violations of your rights concerning data protection or enforcement of rights, we will gladly assist you.
The person responsible for data processing in the company is Dr. Helmut Schwärzler, Feldkircher Strasse 15, FL-9494 Schaan, +4232398560.
Data protection officer is Mag. Hannah Blecha, Feldkircher Strasse 15, FL-9494 Schaan, +4232398560, email@example.com.
In any case you can contact the data protection agency of Liechtenstein (Städtle 38, Postfach 684, FL-9490 Vaduz; email firstname.lastname@example.org; +4232366090), which is responsible for all issues concerning data protection and recommendations in these matters. Further you can contact the Princely Court of Liechtenstein (Fürstliches Landgericht Liechtenstein) (Spaniagasse 1, FL-9490 Vaduz; phone +4232366090; fax +4232366539), which is responsible for intentional violations against data protection.