We are required under the terms of the Data Protection Act to notify you of our methods to ensure your data stored with us is kept legally and for a specified period. If you feel we have not satisfied this or would like your data removed by us you must contact us immediately.
Who We Are.
We are Wolf Law Solicitors and operate websites https://www.wolflaw.co.uk.
What We Use Your Data For.
We will use your personal information for the following purposes:- the provision of legal advice ,the legitimate business purposes associated with the operating of a solicitor practice, such as client satisfaction surveys and auditing and to comply with any laws or regulations.
Why We Use Your Data.
We have a legal obligation to process your data for various reasons. The main reason is that we need to process your data to perform the communication between us and you.
Who We Share Your Data With.
We may share your data with service providers who provide us with assistance or support, these being third party providers namely IT services to facilitate communication. We will not ask a third party to contact you unless you have granted consent.
You have the right to access, rectify or delete your personal data. In certain cases, you are also entitled to other rights, such as, for example, to object to us using your data, or to transferring your data.
We encourage you to read our full Privacy and Cookies Policy below to understand in depth the manner in which we will use your personal data and your rights over your data.
Who Is The Controller Of Your Data?
Your data controller is:
Wolf Law Solicitors
Postal address: Wolf Law Solicitors The Quadrant, Hoylake, Wirral CH47 2EE
Telephone: 0151 317 3031
Why We Process Your Personal Data
Depending on the purpose for which we process your data from time to time, as explained above, we need to process one or other data, which will in general be, depending on each case, as follows:
- Your identity data (for example, your name, surname, country from which you interact with us, contact data, etc.);
- Economic and transactions information (for example, your payment or card data, information on your purchases, orders, returns, etc.);
- Connection, geolocation and/or browsing data (if you interact with us from your mobile phone, for example);
- Commercial information (for example, if you have subscribed to our newsletter),
Please note, when we ask you to fill in your personal data to give you access to any functionality or service of the platform, we will mark certain fields as compulsory, since this is information that we need to be able to provide the service or give you access to the functionality in question.
Please take into account that, if you decide not to make such data available to us, you may be unable to complete your user registration or may not be able to enjoy those services or functionalities. Depending on how you interact with our platform, i.e., depending on the services, products or functionalities that you wish to enjoy, we will process your personal data for the following purposes:
- To register on the website
- For customer support
- For marketing
- For analysis
How We Legally Use Your Data.
Where we have a legitimate requirement to process your data i.e. to fulfil a contract or to provide customer service, we will as part of the registration and terms and conditions.
Where we require consent i.e. to send you a newsletter, you will be asked to subscribe to that service. You may opt out at any time using the methods detailed for each service.
How Long Will We Keep Your Data.
We will keep a record of your financial transactions to comply with legal and statutory accountancy regulations.
For customer support we will process your data for as long as it is necessary to complete the request or service.
Newsletters and other marketing information will be kept until you elect to unsubscribe from a service.
Your website account information will be kept until you inform us you wish the account deleted.
We will keep analytical information of website visits for analysis and service improvement. The information you provide will be kept anonymously and will in no way be traceable to you. An example of this may be how many articles are read.
Do We Share Your Data?
We must share your data with banks and financial institutions to complete a contract with you.
We must share your data with telecommunications providers to enable communication to complete the contract with you.
We must provide your data with IT providers to facilitate communication with you either as part of the registration, informing you of transactions or a service to which you subscribe.
We must share your information with our couriers and other service comapnies to complete the contract with you.
We will not share your data with any party for any means other than to which you have subscribed or is part of us fulfilling a contract with you.
What Are Your Rights?
We undertake to keep your information confidential and to ensure that you may exercise your rights.
You may exercise your rights free of charge by writing us an e-mail to email@example.com , simply informing us of the reason for your request and the right that you wish to exercise.
If we consider this necessary to be able to identify you, we may request you to provide a copy of a document evidencing your identity. Examples of your rights are:
- To request access regarding the information we hold on you
- Requests to rectify errors or omissions.
- Requests to erase data.
If you have given us your consent to process your data for any purpose, you also have the right to withdraw such consent at any time.
If you have any questions or queries contact us on Tel: 0151 317 3031 or firstname.lastname@example.org.