According to Regulation (EU) 2016/679, we hereby present a summary of the processes carried out through this website.
If you use our website’s contact form, you should know that:
The entity responsible for processing your data is the law firm Daniel Danés Soler Abogados, S.L.U.P.
Why do we need your data? We need it to answer our website’s information and contact requests.
Why are we allowed to use your data? We can use your contact information due to the permission you have granted us (Art. 6.1 (a) GDPR).
Will we give your data to anyone? No.
What can you do about your data? You can request access to it, and rectify, cancel and limit how your data is processed simply by sending a request to Daniel Danés Soler Abogados, S.L.U.P., as outlined below.
Who is responsible for processing your data?
Daniel Danés Soler Abogados, S.L.U.P. Tax ID B57455321 All of our contact information as well as the location of our offices can be found on our website.
Contact person: Daniel Danés Soler.
Why do we collect and use your data?
We use the contact form to allow us to attend to requests for information and to answer them. We cannot answer you without your data. We keep your data on file for one year.
Why are we allowed to use your data? Authentication: Article 6.1 (a); consent of the interested party. We are allowed to use your data as you have given us your consent.
Recipients of data transfers: not foreseen.
Rights of the interested parties: you can exercise your rights to access, rectify, cancel, oppose, delete or limit how your data is processed by sending a certified letter together with details of your request and a photocopy of your ID to: Daniel Danés Soler Abogados, S.L.U.P., C/Constitución 1, 2º, A, 07001, Palma. This can also be done by using the contact form on our website. You have the right to contact the Spanish Data Protection Agency if you believe that something is wrong. We will be happy to assist you and attend to your request to the best of our abilities without it being necessary for you to contact the Spanish Data Protection Agency.