Dear user, thank you for visiting us.
We, at SALUSSE MARANGONI PARENTE E JABUR ADVOGADOS, headquartered at Av. Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek, nº 1400, 10° andar, Vila Nova Conceição, São Paulo – SP, CEP 04543-000, enrolled with CNPJ/MF under No. 67.842.047/0001-73, recognize the importance of protecting your privacy and we take this obligation seriously, complying with or exceeding privacy regulations enacted under Brazilian law, including, but not limited to, the general data protection law, Law No. 13.709/2018 (“LGPD”).
For this reason, we have prepared this Policy, which explains how we treat your personal data when you browse our website and when you use the services we offer.
We kindly ask you to read the information contained herein carefully before providing us with any personal data.
If you have any questions related to this matter, we will be happy to clarify them. To do so, just contact us via email. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Policy updated on: March 2023.
I. BASIC CONCEPTS:
To facilitate the reading and understanding of this Policy, here are some important definitions of terms that will appear here.
Personal Data: Means information relating to a natural person and capable of identifying the person or making identification possible. Examples of personal data that may allow your identification: Name, CPF, telephone, e-mail, etc..
Processing: It is every way we can use your Personal Data, including, but not limited to, the following activities: collection, storage, consultation, use, sharing, transmission, classification, reproduction, deletion and evaluation. This term (and other derivatives thereof) will not be used in capital letters in this document.
Holder: Means you, the natural person to whom the Personal Data refer.
Office: Means us, Salusse Marangoni Parente e Jabur Advogados.
II. WHAT TYPE OF PERSONAL DATA DOES THE OFFICE PROCESS AND HOW IS IT COLLETED?
The types of Personal Data and how we collect them depend on how you engage with the Office and why. For example, the Personal Data collected will be different if you are a customer, if you are interested in applying to work with us or if you just browse our website without registering for any services we may offer.
To facilitate your understanding, we have listed below some situations in which we may process your Personal Data depending on your relationship with the Office.:
|Processing Purposes||Type of Personal Data Used|
|Sign up to receive the newsletter||
|Registration to apply for vacancies in the Office||
|Access to the customer area||
In addition, it should be noted that the Office records the access and use data of its website when you access the website in any way. The office uses access information, device information and IP (Internet Protocol) addresses to identify the Holders and/or to record the activity carried out on the website.
III. WITH WHOM DOES THE OFFICE SHARE YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
The Office does not share any Personal Data collected through our website with third parties.
Also, the Office’s website may contain hyperlinks to third-party websites (such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and BuscaSys). Please be advised that we are not responsible for the content or privacy practices of third-party websites. Therefore, we encourage you to review the privacy statements of the websites you choose to visit so that you can understand how those websites collect, use and share your information.
As for the repositories that the Office uses, it is important to point out that the Office processes data, including Personal Data, within Brazil and in other countries, and it is possible that some of these countries do not have or have less protective laws in relation to the protection of personal data and privacy.
V. HOW DO WE PROTECT YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
All Personal Data is protected by advanced and consistently updated security technology in an effort to protect it.
We strive to protect the privacy of your Personal Data, but unfortunately we cannot guarantee complete security. Entry and unauthorized use by third parties with your information, hardware or software failures that are not under the control of the Office and other external factors may compromise the security of your Personal Data. Therefore, its performance is fundamental for the maintenance of a safe environment for all. If you identify or become aware of any factor that compromises the security of your data in your relationship with the Office, please contact us using the contact information below.
VI. WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS AS A PERSONAL DATA HOLDER?
The Personal Data we process is yours and Brazilian law guarantees you a series of rights related to them. We are committed to upholding these rights, and in this section we explain what these rights are and how you can exercise them. See below:
How to exercise them
Confirmation and Access
You can ask the Office to confirm the existence of processing of your Personal Data so that, if so, you can access them, including by requesting copies of the records we have about you.
You can request the correction of your Personal Data if it is incomplete, inaccurate or out of date. .
|Anonymization, blocking or deletion||
You can request (a) the anonymization of your Personal Data, so that it can no longer be related to you and therefore ceases to be Personal Data; (b) blocking your Personal Data, temporarily suspending your ability to process them for certain purposes; and (c) the deletion of your Personal Data, in which case we must delete all of your Personal Data without possibility of reversal.
You can request that the Office provide your Personal Data in a structured and interoperable format with a view to transferring it to a third party.
|Information about sharing||
You have the right to know which are the public and private entities with which the Office makes shared use of your Personal Data. We will maintain, in item 3 of this Policy, an indication of our relationships with third parties that may involve the sharing of Personal Data. In any case, if you have questions or want more details, you have the right to ask us for such information.
|Information about the possibility of not consenting||
You have the right to receive clear and complete information about the possibility and consequences of not providing consent, when requested by the Office. Your consent, where necessary, must be free and informed. Therefore, whenever we ask for your consent, you will be free to deny it, being possible, in these cases, that some services cannot be provided.
Revocation of consent
If you have consented to any processing of your Personal Data, you can always choose to withdraw your consent. However, this will not affect the legality of any Processing carried out prior to revocation. If you withdraw your consent, we may be unable to provide you with certain services, but we will notify you if this occurs.
The law authorizes the processing of Personal Data even without your consent or a contract with us. In these situations, we will only process your Personal Data if we have legitimate reasons to do so. If you do not agree with any purpose of processing your Personal Data, you may object, requesting its interruption.
To ensure your safety and everyone’s privacy, whenever you submit a request to exercise your rights, the Office may request some additional information and/or documents so that we can prove your identity, seeking to prevent fraud.
In some cases, the Office may have legitimate reasons for failing to comply with a request to exercise rights. These situations include, for example, cases in which a disclosure of specific information could violate intellectual property rights or business secrets of the Office or third parties, as well as cases in which requests for deletion of data cannot be met due to the existence of obligation of the Office to retain data, whether to comply with legal, regulatory obligations or to enable the Office or third parties to defend themselves in disputes of any nature.
Also, some requests may not be responded to immediately, but we are committed to responding to all requests within a reasonable time and always in compliance with applicable law.
VII. FOR HOW LONG DO WE STORE YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
The Office has a Personal Data retention policy in line with applicable law. Personal Data is stored only for as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected, unless there is any other reason for its maintenance, such as, for example, compliance with any legal, regulatory, contractual obligations, among others permitted under the law.
We always carry out a technical analysis to determine the appropriate retention period for each type of Personal Data collected, considering its nature, the need for collection and the purpose for which it will be processed, as well as any retention needs for the fulfillment of obligations or the protection of rights.
VIII. HOW DO I TALK ABOUT PERSONAL DATA WITH THE OFFICE?
If you believe that your Personal Data has been processes in a manner that is incompatible with this Policy or with your choices as the Holder of your Personal Data, or if you have questions, comments or suggestions related to this Policy and the way in which we treat your Data Personal, please contact us. We have a Supervisor who is available at the following contact addresses:
Supervisor: Wilson Pinheiro Jabur
Mailing address: Av. Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek, nº 1400, 10° andar, Vila Nova Conceição, São Paulo – SP, CEP 04543-000
Contact Email: email@example.com
IX. ONLINE PRIVACY OF CHILDREN AND ADOLECENTS
The Office complies with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), which stipulates that website operators may not collect Personal Data from children under the age of 13 without verifiable parental permission, in addition to provisions under the LGPD.
Children and teenagers are not eligible to use any of our features contained on this site. Therefore, we do not knowingly collect or use Personal Data from users under the age of 18.
In any case, we recommend that you visit this page periodically so that you are aware of any changes.