1. General provisions

  1. This privacy policy defines the rules for the protection of confidential information relating to Users, including personal data, by the data controller of such data, who is Mr Aleksander Kiel, attorney-in-fact (adwokat) who runs the KIEL LEGAL Law Firm in Poznań (61-728) at ul. 3 Maja 47/9, Tax No: 7822439843 (hereinafter referred to as the “Data Controller”);
  2. By operating the website at, the Data Controller makes special efforts to protect the rights of the Users, in particular with regard to the protection of privacy and the protection of information provided to the Data Controller and concerning the Users. This information (including Users’ personal data) is duly secured and the web forms used to transmit this information are protected by SSL security protocol, so that the transmission process is encrypted. When processing the Users’ personal data, the Data Controller shall pay particular attention to ensure that the data are protected from being made available to unauthorised persons, from being taken by an unauthorised person, from being processed in violation of applicable laws, and from being altered, lost, damaged or destroyed.

2. Personal data

  1. When using the website at, the User may be asked to provide personal data necessary for the Data Controller to provide his services:
    ▪ when consenting to the newsletter service (full name, e-mail),
    ▪ when completing the contact form (full name, phone number, e-mail).
  2. The provision of any personal data by the User is voluntary. It is necessary to provide the data set out in section 2.1. for the purposes set out in section 2.5.
  3. Users can review the content of the website at without prior registration or provision of personal data.
  4. The personal data of Users who are natural persons (including sole proprietors) shall be processed by the relevant entities of the Data Controller’s group as personal data controller in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and the repeal of Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation, hereinafter referred to as the “GDPR”). The User shall have the right to lodge a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection if the User considers that the processing of the User’s data by the Data Controller violates the provisions of the GDPR.
  5. Users’ personal data shall be processed to perform the relevant provisions of the contracts concluded between the Data Controller and the Data Controller’s clients, as well as for marketing purposes related to the Data Controller’s legitimate interests, including those related to the services presented on the website. Personal data shall be processed until the completion of the provision of services, and then for archiving purposes for the period specified by law, or until the withdrawal of consent for processing.
  6. The User’s personal data may be made available to entities entitled to receive them under applicable laws. Users’ personal data may also be transferred or disclosed – to the necessary and required extent – to third parties, including entities performing activities on behalf of the Data Controller in connection with the agreement concluded with the User, such as, among others, operators servicing the IT infrastructure for the concluded agreements or entities providing archiving and document destruction services.
  7. In the situations and under the conditions detailed in Articles 15-22 of the GDPR, the Data Controller shall ensure that the Users whose personal data he processes exercise their rights arising under the GDPR:
    ▪ The right to be informed about the processing of personal data by the Data Controller,
    ▪ the right of access to and correction of the content of their own personal data (copies thereof),
    ▪ the right to request the erasure of personal data from the Data Controller’s files if:
    • the User’s personal data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or for which they are processed,
    • The User has withdrawn the consent on which the processing was based and there is no other legal basis for the processing,
    • The User objects to the processing and there are no other legitimate grounds for processing by the Data Controller, or objects to the processing for marketing purposes,
    • the personal data have been unlawfully processed;
    • the personal data have to be erased for compliance with a legal obligation under European Union or Polish law.
    ▪ However, the User’s right to request the erasure of personal data shall not be able to be exercised to the extent that the Data Controller needs to continue to process the data in order to comply with a legal obligation, or if further processing is necessary to establish, assert or defend the Data Controller’s claims.
    ▪ the right to restrict processing – to suspend processing until the User’s objections notified to the Data Controller have been resolved; in the event of restriction of processing, the Data Controller may process personal data only with the User’s consent (which does not apply to the possibility of storing them or processing them in order to establish, assert or defend the Data Controller’s claims),
    ▪ the right to object to processing for marketing purposes; if you object, the Data Controller shall no longer be able to process the User’s data for such purposes.
  8. The User may exercise the aforesaid rights by:
    ▪ sending the application to the following e-mail address:,
    ▪ making a phone call to: + 48 61 8552663.
  9. If the Data Controller has reasonable doubts as to the identity of the User making the request, it may request additional information necessary to confirm the User’s identity. Where processing is based on the User’s consent, the User shall have the right to withdraw consent at any time without affecting the lawfulness of the processing carried out on the basis of consent prior to its withdrawal. The User may withdraw his or her consent to the processing of his or her personal data by:
    ▪ e-mailing to:,
    ▪ sending by post to: Poznań (61-728), ul. 3 Maja 47/9.
  10. As a consequence of withdrawing consent, the Data Controller shall cease to provide services to the extent covered by the withdrawn consent.
  11. As part of the exercise of the right to control the processing of the User’s own personal data, the User shall have, in particular, the right to lodge a written, reasoned request to stop the processing of his or her data due to his or her particular situation, as well as to object to the processing of his or her data when the Data Controller processes them for the fulfilment of the legitimate purposes pursued by the Data Controller, or when the Data Controller intends to process them for marketing purposes, or to the transfer of the User’s personal data by the Data Controller to a data controller other than the Data Controller.
  12. Confidential information concerning the Users, including the Users’ personal data, shall be protected by the Data Controller against disclosure to unauthorised persons, as well as against other cases of disclosure or loss, and against destruction or unauthorised modification of such data and information through the use of appropriate technical and organisational security measures.

3. Cookies

  1. The Data Controller uses cookies. Cookies are small textual information stored on the User’s computer. They are sent via a web server, e.g. after visiting a website. They are most often used to facilitate and automate the site’s operation. The content of cookies does not allow the user to be identified. Cookies usually contain the name of the website they came from, the length of time they are stored on the user’s hard drive and a unique number.
  2. Cookies are used to store small pieces of user data, allowing automatic login or remembering preferences for the site’s appearance, layout and language. The information collected with cookies allows us to tailor services and content to the individual needs and preferences of Users, as well as to compile general statistics on users’ use of the website.
  3. The user has the option to block or restrict the functionality of cookies. To block cookies or to prevent only certain functions, it is necessary to change the settings of the user’s Internet browser. Deactivating the option in the browser to allow cookies does not generally prevent the use of the website, but may cause some difficulties.

4. Amendments to the Privacy Policy

  1. The Data Controller shall have the right to make discretionary and periodic amendments to this Privacy Policy.
  2. Any amendments made shall take into account all generally applicable data protection laws and shall not prejudice the rights of data subjects.
  3. Any amendments to this Privacy Policy shall be published on the Data Controller’s website and shall apply to all Users as soon as they are published.