Pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 (“Codice in materia di protezione dei dati personali”, “Personal Data Protection Code”), we herein provide you with information regarding the processing of personal data collected through this website and/or processed by us for the purpose of providing our legal services. Unless otherwise specified, the following information applies to all the data processing described herein.

Data Controller

The Data Controller is Martini Manna Avvocati, a partnership of lawyers based in 20123 Milan, Via Meravigli 16, Italy, in the person of its partners Elena Martini and Luigi Manna.

Website Users’ Personal Information

The personal information processed through this website include:
– anonymous navigation data (such as IP addresses, visited pages) and other data relating to browser, operating system, language and country of the user, collected automatically and used for statistical purposes; this data in theory could be crossed with other information and thus associated with identifiable individuals, but we do not have the information needed for this identification.
-data provided voluntarily by users via contact forms or comments on our blog, such as email or physical addresses and other identifying information (name, family name, etc.), information on users’ careers and education contained in a CV, or other personal information freely provided, which shall be processed, depending on the purpose of its disclosure as specified by the users themselves, for one of the following purposes:
– sending communications relating to the activity of our firm;
– recruitment;
– publication on the website (in the case of comments posted on our blog);
– provision of legal services (see dedicated paragraph herein).

Use of Cookies

When a visitor to our website posts a comment on our blog, cookies are placed on his/her terminal, which store the name, email and possibly the URL of the author of the comment, for the sole purpose of future recognition, i.e. to prevent the author from having to provide the same information each time he/she posts a comment following the first one. These cookies expire after less than a year and in any case can be disabled using the appropriate options in most common browsers.

Data Processed for the Purpose of Providing Legal Services

This paragraph applies to personal data collected for the purpose of carrying out a professional assignment, either disclosed to us through this website, or collected by/disclosed to us otherwise (e.g. via fax, phone, email, during personal meetings, etc.) and contained in oral or written communications or documents.
This personal data may refer to the client and/or third parties and may include identification data, data relating to economic activities, judicial data, data related to tort, breach of contract or criminal offences, as well as data of a sensitive nature, in which case we shall obtain the written consent of the data subject where required by law.
The above data will be used exclusively for the fulfilment of the specific assignment and for the duration of the latter, except when the law allows, or imposes, to retain it after the termination of the assignment.

Non-mandatory Provision of Personal Data

The provision of the above personal data is voluntary, except as specified for navigation data; however, failure to provide the relevant information can make it impossible to fulfil the related request.

Processing Methods, Location of Database and Scope of Disclosure

The above personal information is processed with the aid of automated tools and for the time necessary to achieve the purposes for which it has been collected.
In part, the data could be stored on servers maintained by third parties providing IT services (eg email, cloud computing, back-up or data storage services), also located abroad, including non-EU countries, and specifically the US. In all these instances, the third party service providers are Safe-Harbor certified and have no access to the personal data they store.
The data processed for the purpose of providing legal services might be disclosed to third parties, for example associates, employees, agents, consultants, translators, or, for administrative and accounting purposes or in order to fulfil other legal obligations, to other service providers, e.g. accounting consultants.
No personal data is published, except for the name of authors of comments posted on our blog and any personal information voluntarily disclosed within the same comments.

Data Subject’s Rights

Pursuant to art. 7 of Legislative Decree no. N. 196/2003, the data subject can obtain, by emailing us at info@cmmlegal.com, confirmation as to the existence of his/her personal data in our database, and information as to the origin, the logic, the purpose of the data processed, as well as request the blocking of the data processing where appropriate. The data subject can also request the updating, rectification or integration of his/her personal data and oppose, for legitimate reasons, its processing.