Privacy Policy

The privacy policy of Grinberg Cordovil Advogados (“GCA”), lawyer society registered under OAB/SP number: 12235, has been developed to reaffirm our commitment to the security and privacy of our Users’ information.

Please Read the following privacy policy carefully. In it, we introduce how personal information provided by users IS handled as they register on our website.

 

1. PERSONAL DATA

GCA does not collect the personal data of the users that allows their identification by using the Website. The Website does not use cookies to collect personal or browsing data.

GCA will only collect and process personal data provided voluntarily by Users to receive our newsletters and institutional communications.

 

2. INFORMATION COLLECTED AND HOW IT IS USED

If Users choose to register on our Website, their Personal Data (name, email, and company) will be stored in a secure, reserved database with restricted access to specific employees, who are obliged to maintain the confidentiality of the information retained and thereby not to use it inappropriately.

The email address registered by the User directly on our Website will be strictly used for sending the newsletters, institutional communications, or event invitations. Under no circumstances will GCA commercialize or transfer this data to third parties to use for other purposes.

If GCA receives Personal Data or other documents, such as resumes, through other means (such as its contact email), these items will be received by the personnel department for processing and storage and shall be subject to the same criteria of confidentiality and security.

 

3. ACCESS, CORRECTION AND EXCLUSION OF PERSONAL DATA

Under the applicable legislation, Users may request access, correction, or the exclusion of personal data previously registered on the Website. In such cases, they should send an email to: gca@gcalaw.com.br.

GCA will use all reasonable efforts to fulfill their request in a timely manner.

 

4. SECURITY

GCA takes all reasonable precautions to protect the personal data of the Users of our Website, employing security systems and technical and organizational procedures to maintain such protection.

 

5. DISCLOSURE AND TRANSFER TO THIRD PARTIES

GCA does not commercialize personal data of its Users to other agents. However, registered data can be stored in third party data storage systems. In such cases, GCA requires third parties to employ security practices and systems designed to protect the security of information.

GCA will not reveal the personal data of its Users, except to the extent necessary to attain the purposes defined in item II above, or when such disclosure is required by law or through appropriate judicial measures.

 

6. CHANGES TO THE TERMS OF USE

GCA reserves the right to change this Policy in whole or in part. Please check this page periodically and take note of the date of the last update, which appears at the beginning of this document.

 

7. QUESTIONS AND OTHER REQUESTS

In case of questions, criticism, suggestions, or complaints about the processing of personal data, please contact us by email at gca@gcalaw.com.br or by phone at (11) 3371-5050.