Privacy and Cookies Policy

Transatlantic Law International Limited (“TALI” for purposes of this Policy) is committed to safeguarding any personal data that you may provide to us. The following policy sets out how your personal data will be processed.

This policy may vary from time to time so please review it regularly.

1. What information do we collect?

You are not required to provide any personal data to use and view this website. However, you may do so by submitting the forms on certain sections of our website, including without limitation Recruitment, Publications, Seminars, Inquiries, Content, or Contact, or if you contact us for any reason for example with a service inquiry, recruitment or collaboration inquiry, or comment on our website.

If you are a client or potential client, or a TLN member firm, correspondent or other independent service provider that we work with, then we will need to obtain certain data from you necessary to provide services, comply with professional and legal obligations such as billing information, “know your client” and due diligence checks, and anti-money-laundering details. Where we refer to “your” personal data, this may include personal data relating to you personally, and/or your organization’s shareholders, directors, employees and/or service providers. By providing such information you warrant and undertake that it is accurate and up to date, you are entitled to provide it to us, and have obtained all necessary consents to do so.

2. How do we use this information?

Whether you are a website visitor, client or service provider, we will only use the personal data you provide to us in connection with the particular purpose for which it is given and in accordance with this policy and applicable laws.

In order to do so we may need to share your personal data with TALI affiliated offices and teams around the world and third parties who provide those services to us. Personal data from persons in the European Union and EEA countries may be transferred to other countries where the data protection laws may not be a strict as those in the European Union and EEA, and you expressly agree to such transfer. However, we take steps to ensure that all recipients agree to protect your personal data in an equivalent way and not to use it for any purpose other than it is given.

We will only disclose your personal data to any other third parties: (i) where you have given your consent for this or this falls within the instructions you have given us; (ii) where necessary to provide services or information you have requested; (iii) where we are required to do so by applicable laws, regulations or codes of practice; (iv) in connection with any actual or prospective legal proceedings; or (v) in order to exercise or defend our legal rights.

We may use personal data that we collect in order to help us administer and develop the website and/or for marketing purposes. We may for instance send you information about our publications, seminars or services that we feel might be of genuine interest to you. If you do not wish us to make use of your personal data in this way, please see the contact section below.

We employ security measures to prevent unauthorized access to personal data that we process and endeavor to comply with all commercially appropriate security measures and good practices, but you understand that security cannot be fully guaranteed.

3. What about third party websites?

Our site contains links to other websites whose privacy and data processing policies may be different from ours. You should consult such other websites' privacy policies and terms of use as we have no control over information that is provided to, or collected by, these third parties and cannot be responsible for them.

4. What about cookies or other anonymous data processing?

Part of our website use cookies. A cookie is a small file that can be placed on your computer (or telephone or other web access device). Such cookies do not retrieve personal data about you and do not corrupt or damage your device or files. You are not obliged to accept a cookie that we send to you, and you have the ability to accept or decline cookies by modifying the settings in your web browser. However, some cookies are necessary for the correct use of our website and you may not be able to use all features of our website if all cookies are disabled.

We may use cookies when you use parts of our website such as the search engine or contact forms. These are transient cookies which are deleted when you close your browser (i.e. we do not retain this data once you close your internet browser except where you are given the option of having such data saved for future visits).

Apart from cookies that are necessary for the use of certain feature  of the website, we also use cookies to collect anonymous information about how visitors use our website (e.g., to recognize and count the number of visitors and under how they move around the site and which pages they visit or visit most often). We use this information to improve how our website works but may also use it in order to ensure any advertising that we may do (on the website or in general) is targeted at those visitors that are most likely to be interested in a particular topic.

When you visit our website our server may record your IP address together with the date, time and duration of your visit for statistical purposes.

5. How can you exercise your legal rights in relation to your personal data?

You have the right to apply for a copy of the personal data we hold about you (for which we may make a small administration charge), to have any incorrect personal data about you corrected or to revoke any consent to particular types of processing that you have given.

Please note that personal data in our files may need to be retained even after the processing of your inquiry, instructions or service provision, in particular where required by applicable legal or professional rules and in order to maintain our files and records in a prudent and professional manner.

If you receive marketing related information from us and you would prefer not to receive such information in the future please tell us by using the contact details below. We will also give you the opportunity to opt out of future communications whenever we send you any such material.

6. How can you contact us?

If you have any questions in relation to this policy please contact us at:

Data Protection 
Transatlantic Law International Limited
42 Brook Street
London W1K 5DB
United Kingdom
Fax: + 44.207.100.7360
Email: data@transatlanticlaw.com

All email messages sent to and from TALI may be monitored to ensure compliance with our policies and applicable rules and to run our business in a professional manner.

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