PURE Legal s.r.o., a law firm, i.e. a limited liability company, and the permanently cooperating attorneys, law clerks, law students and assistants identified on this website (hereinafter also “we”, “us”, “our”), in the course of providing legal services, become familiar with personal information, knowledge of which is either necessary for the quality of the provision of services, knowledge of which is required by law, or cannot otherwise be avoided. We are therefore the controller of your personal data within the meaning of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Your privacy is our priority and we treat your personal data in accordance with the principles of fair handling of information.

The data we process

Personal data means any data by which a specific natural person can be identified

individual, either alone or in combination with other data. Personal data we process

in connection with the provision of our services are most commonly:

– Name and surname of the natural person or name of the legal entity

– Address or registered office (whether permanent or for service of process)

– Date of birth, birth number, registration number and VAT number

– Telephone number, e-mail address

– Bank account number

– ID card number

This personal data will most often relate directly to clients, but often also to other people whose data is handled

we learn about in connection with the provision of our services, including our clients’ employees, their

our clients’ creditors, debtors, business partners or close associates.

Beyond personal data, we also store communications with you, whether in paper or electronic form

form, and other documents you provide to us.

Data processors

In addition to us, your personal data may also be processed to a limited extent by others

processors, in particular web and cloud service providers, accounting and

tax services and, where applicable, other persons working with us in connection with the provision of legal


Personal data may be disclosed to other parties where this is necessary to fulfil our

legal obligations.

Purpose of processing including the legal basis for processing

We process the personal data provided for the purpose of providing high quality and comprehensive

legal services on the basis of a contract concluded with you as our client. For this reason

we require personal data to the extent necessary to fulfil the purpose of processing.

In very exceptional cases, personal data may be used on the basis of legitimate interest for our protection, e.g. to enforce claims, protect property, reputation, etc.

The legal basis for processing personal data is the performance of a contract, the fulfilment of legal obligations or our legitimate interest.

The period for which we process personal data

We process personal data for as long as we provide you with legal services, for as long as

for as long as it is necessary to retain the data in order to protect our rights and interests, and for as long as required for archiving purposes by applicable law.

As a result of these factors, the total retention and processing period for individual personal data may vary.

Your rights under applicable law

You have the following rights in relation to the personal data processed:

– The right of access to personal data; You have the right to request not only information on what personal data

we process about you, on what basis and for what purpose, to whom it is specifically

we disclose and for how long we will keep it, but also to have access to your

personal data – this means, in particular, that we will provide you with a copy of this

personal data;

– Right to rectification; You have the right to ask us to correct incorrect or inaccurate personal information

data or to complete incomplete personal data;

– Right to erasure (to be forgotten); We must erase your personal data if any of the following occur

any of the following reasons: a) such personal data is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was

collected or processed; b) you withdraw the consent on which the processing of the

and there is no other legal basis for processing such personal data,

(c) you object to the processing of such data and there is no longer a reason for the processing

legitimate grounds which override your objection, d) the personal data are processed

unlawfully, e) there is another legal obligation to erase;

– The right to restrict the processing of personal data; In the event that, in respect of personal data

any dispute arises between us which we are unable to resolve, we may use your data

only to a very limited extent (e.g. to pursue legal claims);

– Right to object to processing In the event that your data is used for the purpose of direct

marketing, you can object to such processing, which we will

without delay, however, for use by us for direct marketing purposes

does not take place;

– The right to data portability; You have the right to obtain your personal data from us in

machine-readable format so that you can pass it on to the next data controller.

– The right to lodge a complaint about the processing of personal data with the Data Protection Authority (www.uoou.cz).


Consequence of failure to provide data

Without providing personal data, the extent of which varies in each individual case, you will we will not be able to provide our services.


We do not use cookies or any other form of information on our website or in the provision of our services automated processing of personal data that can be used to assess preferences or behaviour of the person concerned.


To exercise any of the above rights, as well as for any questions or complaints

concerning the processing of personal data, you can contact us at office@purelegal.cz, where you can we will be happy to tell you more.

This version of the Privacy Policy is effective as of May 25, 2018.

If the wording of the Privacy Policy changes, the current version will be published again on this page.