Privacy Policy


1. Introduction

Your privacy is important for our Law Firm. That is why we have prepared this Privacy Statement on how your data will be used when you access our website and/or communicate with us through the available channels.
If you do not accept this Privacy Statement, we invite you not to use our website. Consequently, we will be unable to provide you any service.

2. Processed personal data

We process the personal data provided by the user in communications. Such personal data may concern both you and your employees or third parties. Personal data may be integrated with information retrieved from sources in the public domain in order to optimise communications.

3. Purposes for which personal data are processed

We use personal data for the purpose of managing our relationships, as well as for communicating with our clients and other interested parties and/or for providing information relating to events or matters of interest. We do not sell or otherwise transfer your personal data to third parties, except with your prior consent or as required by applicable laws or regulations. No profiling is carried out and no automated decision-making processes are implemented. Personal data relating to communications will be saved for the duration of your commercial relations with our firm or of any legal or regulatory obligation to keep such data on file.

4. Data security

We have adopted appropriate technical and organisational security measures to protect personal data from any unauthorised access and improper use.

5. Cookies

Cookies are small text files that are downloaded onto your device when you visit the Talleri Law website. Cookies are used in particular to improve the website by providing statistical information on users’ interaction with the website, the number of visitors to the website and similar information. You can change your browser settings to delete and block cookies. By continuing to use the Talleri Law website without changing your settings, you automatically consent to the use of cookies. Depending on the device used, it will also be possible to set the management of cookies by using a special button that appears the first time the website is used.

6. The basis of which we process personal data

The processing of personal data described above is performed on the basis of your consent, in so far as you accept this Privacy Statement. In particular, the data is necessary for us to communicate with you and to communicate our own activities or special events. Furthermore, processing may be done on the basis of an existing contract, or as provided for by the laws and regulations applicable to our professional activity.

7. Protection of personal data

We limit the use of and access to your personal data to those persons who have an absolute need to dispose of such data in order to provide you with access to our website and/or to communicate with you. We apply adequate technical and organisational measures to preserve the confidentiality and integrity of personal data.

8. Your choices and rights

You have the right to be informed concerning any processing of your personal data in order to verify the lawfulness of such processing. In the event of incorrect or incomplete personal data, it is possible to request the correction or completion of any relevant data. To the extent permitted by applicable law, you may request the deletion of your personal data or a temporary limitation of processing in certain cases. However, in case of opposition to the processing of personal data, our Law Firm will be unable to provide legal services.

9. Changes to this data protection statement

We may change this data protection statement at any time without notice. The current version published on our website is applicable. To the extent that the statement forms an integral part of an agreement with you, we will inform you by e-mail or any other appropriate means in the event of any change thereto.