Privacy and cookies policy
TGC Corporate Lawyers respects the privacy of our Clients, partners and users of our website and in its activities complies with all legal regulations relating to personal data protection. We also declare that we do not transfer, provide or sell personal data to other entities without the Client's consent, except as required by law. Personal data of our website users are treated by our firm as confidential.
In order to maintain highest internet standards, we wish to inform you which information we obtain via our website and how we use the same.
Server logs: The website server records your IP address in the standard server log. We use the server logins to diagnose problems with our server, examine how our website is used, maintain statistics and improve the operation of the website. IP logs do not contain any of your personal data.
Cookies: Our website may use "cookies" to control the supply of content and monitor traffic on our website.
Data from the contact form: In the form we ask you to provide the business name or name and surname and e-mail of the person interested in contacting our firm. The data are collected and stored only for the purpose of contacting you in respect of presenting our offer, verifying services provided by us or another issue mentioned by you in the form. If the data are used to send e-mails advertising our firm or informing about our proposals for cooperation and you do not agree to this further, you can always resign from receiving similar information in future. Filling in our contact form you consent to processing your data provided and using the same for marketing purposes (pursuant to the Act on Personal Data Protection dated 29 August 1997 (Dz. U. No. 133, item 883)) and consent to receiving commercial information by e-mails (pursuant to the Act on Electronic Services dated 26 August 2002, in force from 10 March 2003). You have the right to review, correct or remove your data. The personal data administrator is TGC Corporate Lawyers.