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In connection with our work and advice, we receive case documents and other documents, which almost without exception will contain personal data. Furthermore, we will receive more personal data in line with the handling of the case, for instance from an opposing party, a court or other third parties such as authorities and other advisers.
Our processing of personal data is for the purpose of fulfilment of the client relationship and performance of the engagement you have entrusted us with. The legal basis of our processing is in pursuance of among others the Data Protection Act,articles 6 and 9 of the General Data Protection Regulation and our obligation to carry out a compulsory conflict of interest check.
The information will be processed confidentially and in accordance with the legislation in force and our systems provide the required technical and organizational safety measures.
In general, Codex Advokater does not share information with third parties, but as part of the handling of the case, it will often be necessary to share information with for instance an opposing party, a court or other third parties such as authorities, other advisers etc.
As a data subject, you are entitled to request knowledge, correction or deletion of your personal data or limitation of the processing or object to the processing, and you are entitled to receive the personal data. Such requests should be made to Codex Advokater advokatpartnerselskab, Damhaven 5B, 1, 7100 Vejle, company reg.no. 34 88 97 91 by e-mail email@example.com.
A part of our communication will be by e-mail, and you should therefore be aware that Codex Advokater does not encrypt e-mails. Only in cases where it is particularly sensitive personal data, we will send the information by encrypted e-mails or by regular mail.
Furthermore, we draw attention to the fact that information which is sent by regular e-mail could be read by others. This affects your personal information, including for instance civil registration number. We can receive encrypted e-mails and therefore, you should consider sending information encrypted or delivering the information to us in person.
We store all the documents of the case for up to 10 years after the case is closed.
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