Privacy policy

This Privacy Policy is a document related to the Terms of Service. Definitions of the terms used in this Privacy Policy have been included in the Terms of Service. The provisions of the Terms of Service shall apply accordingly.

The Policy serves to satisfy the disclosure obligations imposed on the data controller under the GDPR, i.e. Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).

The Controller of the Users’ personal data is LAWMORE Maciejewicz Jaraczewski spółka komandytowa with its registered office in Warsaw (03-722) at ul. Sprzeczna 4/33, registered in the District Court for the capital city of Warsaw in Warsaw, 12th Commercial Division of the National Court Register (KRS) under number KRS: 0000647023; Tax Identification Number NIP: 7010632219; National Business Registry Number REGON: 36585816000000 You may contact the Personal Data Controller in particular via e-mail at Lawmore has appointed a Data Protection Officer. You may contact the Data Protection Officer in particular via e-mail at: and via mail at: LAWMORE Maciejewicz Jaraczewski sp. k., ul. Sprzeczna 4/33, 03-722 Warszawa.

The purpose and scope of the processed personal data are determined by the scope of consents of the User or the scope of data sent by the User by means of a relevant form. Therefore, Lawmore may process the following User’s personal data: first and last name, e-mail address, phone number, computer IP address, and other data voluntarily given by the relevant User. Provision of personal data is voluntary, but failure to provide them shall prevent the provision of Services in a scope in which they may not be provided for an anonymous User.

Personal data are processed by Lawmore for the following purposes:
– implementation of legal provisions—the legal basis, in this case, is the statutory authorisation to process data necessary to act in line with the law (Article 6.1(c) of the GDPR);
– provision of services by electronic means through the website—the legal basis is the statutory authorisation to process data that are necessary to perform an agreement if the data subject is a party to such agreement, or if it is essential for undertaking certain actions prior to the conclusion of the agreement upon request of the data subject (Article 6.1(b) of the GDPR);
– performance of an agreement concluded with the User in the scope of the provision of legal services—the legal basis is the statutory authorisation to process data that are necessary to perform an agreement if the data subject is a party to such agreement, if it is essential for undertaking certain actions prior to the conclusion of the agreement upon request of the data subject (Article 6.1(b) of the GDPR);
– sending legal alerts—the legal basis is the User’s consent (Article 6.1.(a) of the GDPR) or a legitimate interest of Lawmore (Article 6.1(f) of the GDPR);
– consideration of filed claims and complaints and optimisation of performances of Lawmore—the legal basis for processing is a legitimate interest of Lawmore (Article 6.1.(f) of the GDPR) that consists in due conduct of its business activity;
– undertaking other actions resulting from legitimate interests of Lawmore, in particular advertising and marketing activities—the legal basis is the User’s consent (Article 6.1.(a) of the GDPR) or a legitimate interest of Lawmore (Article 6.1(f) of the GDPR).

User’s personal data shall be processed for a time necessary for Lawmore to prove the correct provision of its liabilities (such time corresponds to the period of limitation of claims) or in the case of an agreement against charge—the time prescribed by the accounting provisions, and shall be deleted upon the lapse of the said time, unless their processing is necessary under another legal basis. In the case of legal alerts or marketing actions, personal data shall be processed until the User objects to the further processing of personal data for marketing purposes or sending legal alerts or until the User withdraws the consent to receive messages with such content.
Your data shall not be transferred to third countries (i.e. beyond the European Economic Area).

Profiling is not carried out at Lawmore.

We may entrust the processing of personal data to third parties for the purpose of carrying out the activities indicated in the Terms of Service and servicing the User. In such a case, the recipients of the User’s data may involve: the provider of hosting for Lawmore, the provider of e-mail, phone operator, accounting firm, the provider of an invoice management system, tax advisors, notary, patent attorney, IT specialist, associate attorneys and legal advisors, courier and mail operators.

Personal data collected by us may also be disclosed to competent state authorities upon their request on the basis of relevant provisions of the law or other persons and entities—in the cases prescribed in legal provisions.
Each entity to which we transfer the User’s personal data for processing on the basis of a personal data transfer agreement (hereinafter referred to as “Transfer Agreement”) guarantees an adequate level of security and confidentiality of the processing of personal data. The entity processing the User’s personal data on the basis of the Transfer Agreement may process the User’s personal data through another entity only upon our prior consent.

Personal data may be disclosed to unauthorised entities under this Privacy Policy only upon the User’s voluntary, prior consent.

Each User has the right to: (a) delete the collected personal data referring to him/her both from the system belonging to Lawmore as well as from bases of entities that have co- operated with Lawmore, (b) restrict the processing of data, (c) portability of the personal data collected by Lawmore and referring to the User, in this to receive them in a structured form, (d) request Lawmore to enable him/her access to his/her personal data and to rectify them, (e) object to processing, (f) withdraw the consent towards Lawmore, at any time, without affecting the legality of the processing carried out on the basis of the consent before it is withdrawn, (g) lodge a complaint about Lawmore to the supervisory authority (President of the Personal Data Protection Office).

Lawmore may store http enquiries, therefore the files containing web server logs may store certain data, including the IP address of the computer sending an enquiry, the name of the User’s station—identification through http protocol, if possible, date and system time of registration on the Lawmore website and receipt of the enquiry, the number of bytes sent by the server, the URL address of the site visited by the User before, information concerning the User’s browser, information concerning errors occurring by the http transaction. Web server logs may be collected for the purposes of proper administration of the Lawmore Website. Only persons authorised to administer the Lawmore IT system have access to data. Files containing web server logs may be analysed for the purposes of preparing statistics concerning traffic on the Lawmore website and occurring errors. A summary of such details does not identify the User.

Lawmore applies technological and organizational means in order to secure the processed personal data corresponding to the threats and category of data to be secured, in particular, through technical and organizational means we secure data against being published to unauthorized persons, taken over by an unauthorized person, processed in violation of the law and changed, lost, damaged, or destroyed; among others the SSL certificates are applied. The set of collected personal data of the Users is stored on a secured server, moreover, the data are secured by Lawmore’s internal procedures related to the processing of personal data and information security policy.

We have also implemented appropriate technical and organisational means, such as pseudonymisation, designed to effectively enforce the data protection principles, such as data minimisation, and for the purpose of providing the processing with necessary safeguards, so as to meet the GDPR requirements and protect the rights of data subjects. At the same time, we warn that using the Internet and services provided by electronic means may pose a threat of malware breaking into the User’s teleinformatic system and device, as well as any other unauthorised access to the User’s data, including personal data, by third parties. In order to minimise such threats, the User should use appropriate technical safeguards, e.g. use updated antivirus programs or programs securing his/her identification on the Internet. In order to obtain detailed and professional information related to security in the Internet, we recommend taking advice from entities specialising in such IT services.

For the purposes of the correct operation of the Lawmore Website, we use cookie support technology. Cookies are packages of information stored on the User’s device through the Lawmore Website, usually containing information corresponding to the intended use of a particular file, by means of which the User uses the Lawmore Website—these are usually:
address of the website, date of publishing, lifetime of a cookie, unique number, and additional information corresponding to the intended use of the particular file.

Lawmore uses two types of cookies: (a) session cookies, which are permanently deleted upon closing the session of the User’s browser; (b) permanent cookies, which remain on the User’s device after closing the session until they are deleted. It is not possible to identify the User on the basis of cookie files used by us, whether session or permanent. The cookie mechanism prevents the collection of any personal data. Cookies used on the Lawmore Website are safe for the User’s device, in particular, they
prevent viruses or other software from breaking into the device. Files generated directly by Lawmore may not be read by other websites. Third-party cookies (i.e. cookies provided by our partners) may be read by an external server. The User may individually change the cookie settings at any time, stating the conditions of their storage, through the Internet browser settings or configuration of the service. First of all, the User may remove cookies from or disable their storing on his/her device in
accordance with the instructions of the browser producer, but this may disable certain parts of or the entire operation of the Website.

Own cookies are used for the following purposes: authenticating the Users within the Lawmore Website and maintaining their sessions; configuring the Lawmore Website and adjusting the page content to the preferences or conduct of the User; analysing and researching views, click number, and path taken on the website to improve the appearance and organisation of the content on the website, time spent on the website, number and frequency of visits on the Lawmore Website, providing advertising services.

In turn, we use Third-party Cookies for the following purposes: Google Analytics: analysing the movement and behaviour of the Users on the Lawmore website for statistic purposes (anonymously) and optimising the Lawmore Website; Cookies of social networks, including:,, using interactive functions

Details concerning Cookie support are available in the settings of the browser used by the User.

The Privacy Policy is verified on an ongoing basis and updated as needed.

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