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We inform you that, pursuant to EU Regulation 2016/679 (hereinafter "Regulation"), and in relation to the rules of protection of Personal Data Privacy, the processing of information concerning you, will be laid out by Maisto e Associati (hereinafter "Data Controller" or "Holder") on the principles of correctness, lawfulness and transparency, protecting your privacy and your rights.

    The Data controller is: Maisto e Associati
    The location where the processing takes place is: Piazza F. Meda, 5 - Milan


    The Data Protection Manager identified by the Data Controller is: Studio Rivelli Consulting S.r.l., that can be contacted with reference to matters concerning the processing of Personal Data at the email address:


    Data processing is aimed solely at:

    a) the correct and complete execution of the professional assignment received, both in judicial and extrajudicial settings;

    b) sending invitations to events organised by the Holder;

    c) sending circular letters, information or in any case to subscribe to the newsletter prepared by the Holder.

    The processing will be carried out in case a) on the basis of the voluntary conferral of such data essential for the execution of the contract, while in cases b) and c) on the basis of an explicit consent, required and acquired.


    The Personal Data processed can be attributed to the macro-categories of identifying data, data that is subject to special processing (sensitive data), data relating to criminal convictions and crimes, as well as all those types of particular data of which the Holder may become aware for the achievement of the purposes set out in point 3.a of this information notice.


    Personal Data will be processed using manual, computerised or telematic tools, suitable for guaranteeing security and confidentiality thereof, and will be carried out by personnel duly trained to comply with the Applicable Regulations. We also inform you that the Personal Data referred to you, will be processed in compliance with the methods indicated by the Regulations, which provide, inter alia, that the same data are:

    - processed lawfully and fairly;

    - collected and recorded for specific, explicit and legitimate purposes;

    - accurate and, where necessary, kept up to date;

    - relevant, complete and not exaggerated in relation to the formalities of the processing;

    - kept in a form which permits identification of the interested person for a period of time that does not exceed that necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or subsequently processed.

    - processed according to univocal procedures established by a single control authority ("Lead Authority"), identified with reference to the Country in which the Holder has its main headquarters.

    Furthermore, the business processes of the Holder guarantee the confidentiality and security of the information and conservation thereof in compliance with the legislative requirements and the security measures required.


    The Data Processed may be communicated for the purposes referred to in point 3 to external collaborators and consultants, subjects operating in the judicial sector, to counterparties and related defenders, to arbitration boards, to companies and/or professionals carrying out specialist translation and/or data processing and, in general, to all those public and private subjects to whom communication is necessary for the correct fulfilment of the purposes indicated in point 3. The absence of such communications, therefore, could lead to the objective impossibility for the Holder to comply with legal obligations connected to the performance of the contractual relationship.

    The subjects who may have access to the data provided, exclusively for the purposes of collaboration aimed at protecting the rights of the data subject, or who will receive the data will be required to adopt appropriate methods in accordance with the provisions of articles 5 and 6 of the Regulations (see point 5 of this information notice) and the Code of professional deontology (Lawyers and Chartered Accountants).


    The Data are processed and stored for the time required by the purposes for which they were collected.


    • Personal Data collected for purposes related to the execution of a contract between the Data Controller and the data subject will be retained until the execution of such contract is completed;
    • Personal Data collected for purposes related to the legitimate interest of the Data Controller will be retained until such interest is met. The User can obtain further information regarding the legitimate interest pursued by the Data Controller by contacting the Data Controller or the Personal Data Protection Manager.

    It should be noted that the Data Controller may be obliged to keep Personal Data for a longer period, in compliance with a legal obligation or on the order of an authority.

    At the end of the retention period the Personal Data will be deleted. Therefore, at the end of this term the right of access, cancellation, rectification and the right to data portability can no longer be exercised.


    The Applicable Regulations recognise a number of rights to users including, but not limited to, the right:
    (i) to access their Personal Data; 

    (ii) to ask for their correction;

    (iii) to request the updating and cancellation of their data, if incomplete, incorrect or collected in violation of the law;

    (iv) to request that the processing be limited to a part of the information which concerns them;

    (v) to transmit to the same or to third parties indicated by them the information concerning them (so-called "data portability");

    (vi) to oppose their processing for legitimate reasons (even in part);

    (vii) to revoke their consent at any time by a written request addressed without formalities to the Personal Data Protection Manager at the following e-mail address:

    The Data Controller reminds you that, where the response to requests cannot be considered satisfactory, the user has the right to contact and submit a complaint to the Authority for the Protection of Personal Data  ( in the manner provided by Applicable Regulations.


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