Privacy Policy and a legal notice 

Privacy Policy

The legal bases for the processing of personal data, definitions

The attorney Ewa Zagórska-Prątnicka, conducting business activity as Kancelaria Adwokacka Adwokat Ewa Zagórska-Prątnicka (Law Firm), processes the personal data of natural persons in connection with practising the profession of an attorney.

In order to protect the privacy and lawfulness of the processing of the personal data of:

  • natural persons for whom the attorney Ewa Zagórska-Prątnicka provides legal services
  • natural persons with whom the attorney Ewa Zagórska-Prątnicka cooperates in performing her professional duties in connection with the services provided by and legal mandates given to her
  • natural persons who initiate contact in order to receive an offer of legal services, job offer, cooperation offer or to obtain information on the subject and scope of the legal services provided
    by the attorney Ewa Zagórska-Prątnicka
  • natural persons whose personal data are obtained or made available in connection with the scope of the legal services provided by the attorney Ewa Zagórska-Prątnicka and who, at the same time,
    are not the clients of the Law Firm

in this Privacy Policy, your are provided with information on the method and scope of the processing of your personal data and on the rights you have with regard to such processing.

In this Privacy Policy some terms are used which shall mean:

 1. the Controller, Law Firm, Attorney - the attorney Ewa Zagórska-Prątnicka conducting business activity as Kancelaria Adwokacka Adwokat Ewa Zagórska-Prątnicka, NIP: 1132373922, Regon 143337720, email address: ezp@ezpkancelaria.pl, telephone number: +48 660 417 317, who is the controller for the personal data processed within the scope and for the purposes of providing the legal services
and fulfilling duties resulting from the practise as an attorney.


 2. the Client:

  • the natural person who voluntarily and deliberately agreed to the processing of his or her personal data in order for the Law Firm to provide legal services, or
  • the natural person who is a party to an agreement made with the Law Firm on the provision of legal services, or
  • the natural person who mandated taking actions prior to making an agreement with the Law Firm

 3. the GDPR - 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);

the text of GDPR is published on the EUR-lex website: www.eur-lex.europa.eu and in the Official Journal of the European Union L119/1; it is available in Polish via the link:

        https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legalcontent/PL/TXT/?uri=CELEX%3A32016R0679

 4. the website - the website of the Law Firm in the domain: http://ezpkancelaria.pl

Information on the method of the processing of natural persons' personal data

Indication of the controller for personal data

The Controller for the personal data is the attorney Ewa Zagórska-Prątnicka conducting business activity as Kancelaria Adwokacka Adwokat Ewa Zagórska-Prątnicka with headquarters in Warsaw
at the address ul. Dobrowoja 11, 04-003 Warszawa, telephone number +48 660 417 317, email address ezp@ezpkancelaria.pl

Indication of the purposes of and bases for the personal data processing

The Law Firm processes the personal data of natural persons for the purposes of:

  • replying to the subject and scope of the legal services
  • performing a legal service
  • employing or cooperating with regard to the provision of the legal services by the Law Firm
  • fulfilling statutory duties resulting from the practice as an attorney

Indication of a legal basis for the processing of the natural persons' personal data

The legal basis for the personal data processing is:

  • consent from a natural person for processing of his or her personal data in order for the Law Firm to provide the legal services (Article 6(1)(a) of GDPR)
  • such processing being necessary to perform an agreement for the provision of legal services, a party to which agreement is a person whom the personal data concern (data subject), or to take actions
    on request from the data subject prior to making the agreement for the provision of legal services (Article 6(1)(b) of GDPR)
  • fulfilling the duties arising from the practice as an attorney (Article 6(1)(c) of GDPR)
  • legitimate interest in the form of scrupulous providing a legal service by the Law Firm, replying to questions, establishing relations with a person who contacts the Law Firm, presenting on request from
    a natural person an offer of cooperation with the Law Firm (Article 6(1)(f) of GDPR)

Indication of the obligation to provide personal data

Persons who contact the Law Firm are under no obligation to provide their personal data - it is completely voluntary. Failure to provide contact details, however, may make it impossible to start cooperation
or correspondence, in particular, replying to queries submitted to the Law Firm.

Indication of the period for which personal data are stored

The personal data shall be stored for a period necessary to perform the legal services, for a period justified by a legitimate interest of the Law Firm in the form of scrupulous providing the legal services,
or for a period as required by the provisions of law.

Indication of the data subjects' rights and the manner in which they are exercised

The persons whose personal data are processed by the Law Firm have the right to:

  • withdraw, at any time, consent for personal data processing (such withdrawal not affecting the lawfulness of the processing performed based on such consent prior to its withdrawal)
  • access the personal data and receive the copies thereof from the Law Firm
  • have inaccurate personal data rectified
  • have incomplete data completed
  • have personal data processing restricted or the personal data erased
  • object to the personal data processing based on a legitimate interest of the Law Firm
  • transfer data which are processed by automated means based on consent or an agreement

Persons who want to make use of the aforesaid rights should contact us by email at the address: ezp@ezpkancelaria.pl

Persons whose personal data are processed by the Law Firm have the right to lodge a complaint with the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.

Indication of entities to whom the Law Firm may provide the personal data of natural persons

The Law Firm may provide the personal data of natural persons to entities rendering to it services connected with the objects of the Law Firm, in particular IT, data archiving, accounting, legal, financial, and debt collection services. The provision of the personal data shall also be effected on explicit request or upon consent of natural persons being data subjects, and also where such provision takes place under applicable laws.

The Law Firm does not provide the personal data to third countries, i.e. from outside the European Economic Area nor international organisations.

The Law Firm does not make decisions by automated means in relation to persons who contact it nor does it perform profiling.


Legal notice and limitations

  • Any data posted on the website are for informational purposes and are not legal advice or consultation on the provisions of law applicable to a specific matter.
  • The Attorney is obliged to keep secret anything of which she learnt in connection with providing legal assistance
  • The duty to maintain professional secrecy may not be limited in time
  • The Attorney may not be exempted from the duty to maintain professional secrecy about facts of she learnt while providing legal assistance or handling a case
  • The duty to maintain the professional secrecy does not concern information:

1) made available under provisions on counteracting money laundering or financing terrorism,

2) provided under the provisions of Chapter 11a Division III of the law of 29 August 1997 - Tax Ordinance (Dz. U. of 2019 r. item 900, 924 i 1018)

- within the scope as defined by those provisions

  • The Attorney is subject to obligatory third party civil liability insurance
last update: March 2020