BMFS ADVOGADOS, SP, RL (hereafter “BMFS | Porto Law”), legal person number 515510106, with registered offices at Rua do Bonjardim, n.º 432, 3.º Direito Frente B, 4000-116 Porto, would like to thank your interest in the BMFS | Porto Law Newsletter, in the contact request and / or in the application for a recruitment process in our law office.
BMFS | Porto Law will be responsible for the processing of your personal data.
We confer particular importance to the protection of your privacy and the personal data you provide to us. Therefore, the processing of your personal data will be carried out in strict compliance with the legislation in force at any given time, in particular the General Data Protection Regulation, and the technical and organizational measures that give an adequate degree of protection to the personal information you have been implemented.
Please note the principles by which we govern the processing of personal data at BMFS | Port Law.
1. General Information
For the purpose of sharing the BMFS | Porto Law Newsletter, we will collect your e-mail address.
As regards the request for contact with BMFS | Porto Law, you will be asked to share your name, e-mail address, telephone contact and contact request content.
Regarding applications for recruitment process at BMFS | Porto Law, we will collect different kind of information, including, for example, your contacts, as well as information regarding your work experience, skills and training. In addition, you will certainly send us various documents, such as letters, references or your CV. By providing us with such information, we will be legally entitled to process your data for the purposes of analyzing your profile and to provide you with an answer as to whether or not any current or future vacancies may be of your interest to you or fit your profile.
BMFS | Porto Law will not ask for any special categories of personal data (for example, personal data relating to race or ethnic origin, political opinions, philosophical or religious beliefs, trade union membership, health data, or life or sexual orientation data), so you should avoid providing such information.
2. Purposes of Data Processing
BMFS | Porto Law will process your personal data for the following purposes:
a) Recruitment Process Management: We will process your personal data in order to assess your suitability for any current and specific job vacancies or, in the case of generic application, for general vacancies, to provide information about vacancies and to communicate with you. This processing is based on the need for pre-contractual steps at your request, by submitting your application for a job vacancy to our company, and your consent.
b)BMFS | Porto Law Newsletter: We will process your personal data for the purpose of sending you, at your request, the BMFS | Porto Law Newsletter. This processing is based on your consent.
c)Contact Request: We will process your data for the purpose of analyzing your contact request and communicating with you. This processing is based on your consent..
d)Compliance with Legal Obligations: We will use your data to comply with legal obligations. This processing is based on the need to comply with applicable law.
e)Lawsuits or Complaints: We will use your personal data in this case to defend ourselves or bring legal actions or claims. This processing is based on our legitimate interest (safeguarding our rights in the event of a dispute).
3. Data Processing
Your personal data will be processed by BMFS | Porto Law solely for the purposes identified above and will not be shared with third parties, except as otherwise required by law or regulation, or a court or administrative order.
4. Data Storage
Your personal data will be retained for an appropriate period in view of the different purposes identified above. BMFS | Porto Law understands that the retention of your data for a period of 3 (three) years is appropriate, unless legal or regulatory provision or, furthermore, a judicial or administrative order imposing a longer retention period.
5. Data Security
We take appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your data against unauthorized access or manipulation. Obviously, security measures will be improved in the light of possible technological advances.
6. Your Rights
Applicable law entitles you, as the data subject, with the right to access, to rectification, to erasure, to restriction, to data portability, to object and to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority.
Your rights shall be exercised according to and for the proposes provided for with the applicable legislation. In order to exercise your rights, you shall send a written communication to the abovementioned address.
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