Here we explain the rules that we apply to process your personal data in connection with our activities (point I), as well as information on cookie files used on the website (point II).


Implementing the obligation resulting from Article 13(1) and (2) of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council 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) (hereinafter “GDPR“) below we explain the principles on which we process your personal data in connection with the activities of our law firm and we present your basic rights related to the processing of this data by us.

The Controller of Personal Data

The controller of your personal data is Szuszczyński Kamińska Kancelaria Prawa Pracy spółka cywilna with its office in Poznań (address: ul. Wroniecka 6/37, 61 – 837 Poznań), NIP: 7831787555 (hereinafter referred to as the „Office”).

The Office keeps personal data confidential and protects it against unauthorized access by third parties on the terms set out in the GDPR and national regulations on the protection of personal data.

Should you have any questions about the processing of your personal data by the Office, we remain at your disposal at the following e-mail address: and by phone: +48 61 843 87 58.

The Scope and Purposes of Personal Data Processing

While performing its activities, the Office collects and processes personal data:

1) for purposes resulting from legitimate interests pursued by the Office as a controller of personal data (legal basis: Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR), i.e.:
a) in order to provide services to the clients (the scope of data being processed depends on the scope of the service provided),
b) in order to communicate and resolve a matter raised in the correspondence (traditional and electronic) addressed to the Office, that is not related to the services provided by the Office to the sender or other contract concluded with him/her (scope of data processed: name and surname, contact details),
c) in order to communicate and resolve the matter reported to the Office through telephone contact in matters not related to the contract concluded with the Office (scope of data processed: name and surname, contact details),
d) in order to ensure the safety of persons and property in connection with the Office’s audit of admission to places of business (scope of data processed: name and surname),
e) in order to marketing the services of the Office, including informing on events organized by the Office, events in which the Office participates and about the Office’s activities, e.g. as part of the newsletter (scope of data processed: name and surname, e-mail address, business contact details),
f) for purposes related to initiating and maintaining business contacts in connection with the creation of a network of contacts as part of the business activity (scope of data processed: name and surname, business contact details),
g) for analytical and statistical purposes and to ensure proper functioning and teleinformatic security related to the website (scope of data processed: according to the information on cookie files below),
h) in order to defend against any claims or to pursue claims (scope of data processed: data defined for the purpose of cooperation / contact with the Office as indicated accordingly in this part of the Privacy Policy);
2) in order to perform contracts concluded by the Office with clients (including organizing trainings) or with suppliers and other entities cooperating with the Office (legal basis: Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR; the scope of data processed: name and surname, business contact details)
3) in order to recruit people interested in working or cooperating with the Office (legal basis: respectively, Article 6(1)(c) and Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR; scope of data processed: defined in the applicable regulations and data submitted based on consent);
4) in order to fulfill the Office’s legal obligations (legal basis: Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR; scope of data processed: specified in regulations imposing a legal obligation on the Office);
5) if we ask your consent for the processing of personal data – for the purpose and in the scope indicated when asking for such consent (legal basis: Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR).

The personal data submission is voluntary, however, depending on the circumstances, the refusal to provide the data or request for their removal may prevent us from, for example, contacting you, informing you about the events and activities of the Office or providing services by the Office. The processing of personal data as part of providing legal services is regulated in contracts concluded with clients.

Transfer of Personal Data to Other Entities

The Office, due to its cooperation with its suppliers and other law firms, may entrust the processing of your personal data to them. In any case, these entities will be obliged to keep your personal data confidential and to process them in accordance with the regulations on the personal data protection. The recipients of your personal data may in particular be external service providers for the Office (e.g. entities providing accounting, legal, auditing, IT services, including cloud computing, marketing and promotional services, as well as other entities processing data on behalf of the Office under a contract entrusting the processing of personal data).

The Office reserves the right to disclose selected information about the data subject to the competent authorities or third parties, if the obligation of the Office to disclose such data will be based on an appropriate legal basis; disclosure takes place in such situations in accordance with the provisions of applicable law.

Your personal data is not transferred to countries outside of the European Union or the European Economic Area. In the event of transfer of personal data to the above third countries, the Office will apply appropriate instruments to ensure the security of your personal data.

Processing Period

Your personal data will be processed, respectively:

1) until the lawful legitimate interests of the Office as a data controller have been fulfilled;
2) until the expiration of the time limits for bringing claims related to the contract with which the processing of personal data is associated;
3) until the end of the period in which the Office is legally obliged to continue the processing (in particular storage) of personal data;
4) until you object to the processing of your personal data for marketing purposes;
5) until you object (or withdraw your consent) to receive the newsletter and other similar information;
6) until you withdraw your consent to the processing of personal data, if the processing takes place only on the basis of granted consent.

No Profiling

Your personal data is not subject to profiling as one of the forms of automated processing of personal data.

Your Rights

In accordance with the principles set out in the GDPR and in the scope provided for, you have the right to access your personal data, the right to rectify, delete or limit processing, the right to data transfer, and the right to withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data (withdrawal can be made at any time, but it does not affect the lawfulness of the processing which the Office has made on the basis of the consent granted prior to its withdrawal).

Some of the above-mentioned rights may not apply to you in the scope of data processing by the Office as part of providing legal assistance.

If you do not want the Office to process your personal data for marketing purposes, you may at any time object to the processing of personal data for this purpose.
Intention to use the above rights you must notify the Office by mail or by email to the contact details provided at the beginning.
If, in your opinion, the Office processes your personal data contrary to the provisions of the GDPR, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory body, i.e. Prezes Urzędu Ochrony Danych Osobowych.

Final Provisions

The rules of the processing of personal data by the Office are verified on an ongoing basis and updated as necessary.


The following rules specify the storage and access to information on devices used to access the website maintained by the Office (hereinafter referred to the “Site” and the person using it further the “User“), using cookie files (cookies).

1. The Site does not automatically collect any information except for the information collected through the use of cookies.

2. Cookies are computer data, especially text files that are stored in the terminal equipment of the User and are designed for use with the Site web pages. Cookies usually contain the name of the website from which they originate, their storage time on the terminal device and a unique number.

3. Cookies are stored in the terminal equipment of the User and accessed by the operator of the site, i.e. the Office.

4. Cookies are used to improving the quality of the Site (create statistics that help to understand how the Users use the Site, which allows improving its structure) and to recognize a given User’s device and accordingly display a web page tailored to the User’s individual needs.

5. As part of the Site, there are two basic types of cookies used: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files that are stored in the User’s terminal equipment until logout, leaving the website or disconnection of the software (web browser). Persistent cookies are stored in the User’s terminal equipment for the time specified in the parameters of cookies or until their removal by the User.

6. In many cases, software used for browsing the web (browser) allows by default to store cookies in the terminal equipment by the User. Users may change the settings for cookies at any time. These settings can be modified in particular, in such a way as to block the automatic handling of cookies in a web browser or inform every time about their placing in the device of the User. Detailed information about the possibilities and ways of handling cookies is available in the software (browser) settings.

7. The limiting of the use of cookies in the browser may affect some features available on the Site web pages.

September 19, 2018