Privacy Notice of Molloy Murphy Solicitors
By engaging Molloy Murphy Solicitors to act on your behalf and to provide you with legal services, you acknowledge that your personal data (including special category personal data) shall be processed by Molloy Murphy Solicitors.
This Privacy Notice gives you some helpful information about who we are, what personal data we collect about you, why, who we share it with and why, how long we keep it, and your rights.
1. Who we are:
We are Molloy Murphy Solicitors
Our address and contact details are:
We provide secondary level education.
2. The information we collect about you
When you are a client of Molloy Murphy Solicitors, we collect and use your personal data.
The personal data we collect will be determined by the legal services you require and can include information about your identity and contact details; images/photo (including CCTV); family details; PPS number; nationality; language; religion; medical data; information about health, safety, and welfare; financial and other personal data.
If you are under 18 years, we collect the name, address, contact details, and other information about your parents/guardians. If you are under 18 years, your parent/guardian is consulted and asked to give consent for certain things like sharing your personal data or photographs, etc.
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3. How we use your information and the legal basis
We use your personal data for purposes including:
To provide legal advice and related services (including marketing communications where you have requested them) manage our business, comply with our legal and regulatory obligations.
Legal and Regulatory obligations include verifying your identity, complying with anti-money laundering, and establishing any conflicts of interest.
We may receive a request or order from a law enforcement agency or an Order from the Courts to provide your personal information we hold.
To respond to your inquiries or queries.
General record-keeping and client relationship management
4. Who we share your information with
We share your personal data with third parties, including barristers, other law firms, courts and Government bodies in the context of the legal services we are engaged to provide to you or where we are obliged to respond to a request or comply with a Court Order.
We may also share your personal data with third parties such as other professional advisers (such as accountants, or other law firms) in connection with our legitimate business activities.
Where these third parties receive and use your personal data, they will have their own privacy notices and their own responsibilities to comply with the applicable data protection laws.
We also engage third-party service providers as part of our business requirements such as IT support, cloud platform, and data hosting providers.
The level of sharing and the nature of what is shared depend on various factors. The Government bodies to which we transfer your personal data will use your personal data for their own purposes (including to verify other information they already hold about you, etc.) and they may aggregate it with other information they already hold about you and your family. We also share your personal data with other third parties including our insurance company and other service providers (including IT providers, security providers, legal advisors, etc.), We are legally required to provide certain records in order to comply with legal and regulatory requirements.
5. We do not transfer or sell your personal data to a third country or international organization.
6. How we will keep your personal data secure
We will put in place appropriate security measures to protect your personal data from unlawful or unauthorized processing and accidental loss, destruction, or damage.
However, where you submit your personal data online or by email, we cannot guarantee the security of that data.
7. How long we hold your data
We will only retain your personal data for a limited period of time and for no longer that is necessary for the purpose for which we are processing it.
This will depend on a number of issues including:
Any laws or regulations we are required to follow.
Whether we are in a legal or another type of dispute with each other or any third party.
The type of information we hold about you.
Whether we are asked by you or by a regulatory body to keep your personal data for a valid reason.
8. You have the following statutory rights that can be exercised at any time:
Where our processing of your personal data is based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw such consent at any time. Where you withdraw your consent we will stop processing your data for that purpose unless there is another lawful basis we can rely on and we will advise you of the lawful basis of the continued use of your personal data where applicable.
Where our processing of your personal data is on legitimate interest or a legal basis, you have the right to object to this processing at any time. In those circumstances, we will be obliged to provide you with the reason why our processing should continue, or let you know that the processing is necessary for us to establish exercise or defend a legal claim.
Where we are processing your data for direct marketing purposes, you have the right to object to that processing.
In addition to the above you may also have the following rights:
(a) Right to complain to the supervisory authority.
(b) Right of access.
(c) Right to rectification.
(d) Right to be forgotten.
(e) Right to restrict processing.
(f) Right to data portability.
(g) Right to object and automated decision-making/profiling.
If you would like to discuss anything in this privacy notice, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org