PLEASE READ THIS PRIVACY POLICY CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE SITE https://unilexgrupa.pl

We respect your privacy and are therefore committed to protecting any information identifying or potentially identifying any person (“Personal Data”) which is collected, used and accessed.

This website, www.uni-lex.com, is operated and controlled by Uni-Lex sp.z o.o., with a registere office in Łódź, ul.  Żurawia 7/9, 91-455 Łódź, number of entry in the National Court Register (KRS) 178042, tax identification number NIP 7251866054 (hereinafter referred to as “we”, “us” and “our”).

As part of this Privacy Policy, we want to ensure that you receive appropriate information regarding the collection and processing of your personal data, including information which we are required to provide to you in accordance with the applicable data protection legislation, including EU Regulation 2016/679 on general regulation on the protection of personal data (“GDPR”).

This Privacy Policy may be supplemented with other information from us or another Partner and other terms and conditions applicable to this website or with information you have granted your consent to when using our services.  Your comments and opinions are always appreciated.

 

  1. CONTACT DETAILS

The controller of personal data processing is Uni-Lex sp.z o.o., with a registered office in Łódź, ul.  Żurawia 7/9, 91-455 Łódź, number of entry in the National Court Register (KRS) 178042, tax identification number NIP 7251866054, unless stated otherwise.

 

1.1 Our contact details

 

If you have any questions or you need to contact us, feel free to contact us via:

 

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Telephone: +48 508 654 419

Address for correspondence:

Uni-Lex sp. z o.o., with a registered office in Łódź, ul. Żurawia 7/9, 91-455 Łódź.

 

  1. HOW DO WE USE COOKIES AND YOUR PERSONAL DATA

 

When you interact with us, we will collect your personal data and use them for various purposes, such as operating our website, enabling you to use our various services, including newsletter subscription.

 

We do not use your personal data to evaluate and analyse your interests and preferences, to personalize your website experience and to improve our services or to offer you services better-suited to your interests and preferences.

 

If you are asked to provide information, it is up to you to disclose it.  However, this information may be necessary for statutory, contractual or practical reasons.  We will always clearly indicate whether the information is mandatory.  If you choose not to disclose information which we deem mandatory, this may mean that we will not be able to provide you with the services you request (e.g. signing up for a newsletter, creating an account or considering your CV, etc.).

 

To help personalize and continuously improve our services and communication with you, for example through our newsletters, we may sometimes ask you for information about your interests, experience with our products and services.  This supplementary information is always voluntary, but we appreciate your support in providing it.

 

The way we collect and use your personal data depends on how you interact with us and what services you use.

 

We strongly believe in the protection of personal data under our control, therefore we have implemented technical and organizational security measures which we consider appropriate to protect such data against unauthorized or unlawful processing and against accidental loss, destruction or damage.  Below you will find more information about how we collect and process your personal data in various situations, including general categories of processed personal data; a source of personal data which we do not receive directly from you; the purposes for which personal data are processed; and the legal basis for their processing.

 

2.1 Information about cookies

 

This website is operated by Uni-Lex sp.z o.o., with a registered office in Łódź, ul.  Żurawia 7/9, 91-455 Łódź, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

What are cookies?

 

Cookies are small text files which store internet settings.  Almost every website uses the cookie technology.  Cookies are downloaded by the web browser the first time you visit the website.  The next time you visit the website from the same device, the cookies and the information they contain are either sent back to the start page (first-party files) or to another page they belong to (third-party files).  Thanks to that, the website can detect that it has already been opened using the same browser, and in some cases can change the displayed content.  Some cookies are extremely useful as they can improve your user experience when you return to a page you have already visited.  The assumption is that you are using the same device and browser as before; if so, cookies will remember your preferences, they will know how you use the website and will adapt the presented content so that it is more relevant to your personal interests and needs.

 

Cookies on this website which do not require acceptance.

 

Necessary cookies, also known as “strictly necessary” cookies, enable functions without which the website may not be used as intended.  These files are used exclusively by this website and are therefore referred to as first-party files.  They are only saved on your computer while you are browsing the website.  An example of why strictly necessary cookies are used is to ensure that what you see on your screen matches the volume of data which your current internet connection can handle.  Another example of what these files are for is to facilitate the transition from http to https when changing pages to keep the transmitted data secure.  In addition, this type of cookie is used to store decisions about the use of cookies on our website.  Your consent is not required for the use of strictly necessary cookies.

 

First-party cookies on this website which require consent

 

Cookies which, from the legal point of view, are not strictly necessary for the use of this website, however, they fulfil important functions.  Without such cookies, features which allow you to easily use our website, such as pre-filled forms, will no longer be available.  The settings you make, such as language selections, will no longer be saved, so you will be asked for them every time you change pages.  In addition, we will no longer be able to provide you with offers tailored to your interests.

 

Use of third-party cookies which require consent

 

Our website contains integrated third-party content.  Third-party service providers may place cookies when visiting the website and thus obtain information about the visit to the website.  If you need more information on how they use cookies, please visit the websites of third-party providers.  If you choose not to consent to the use of cookies which require such consent, or if you revoke your consent, you will only receive website features whose use does not require such cookies.  The areas of the website which may potentially contain third-party content and which therefore contain third-party cookies will not be accessible in this case.  If you do not want to accept cookies at all, you can also configure this accordingly in your browser.

 

You can opt out of cookies from Google Analytics here.

 

You can send a “Do-not-track” request to various ad networks here.

 

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Cookies are small text files which may be used by websites to help users use the website more efficiently.

 

According to the law, we can store cookies on the user’s device if they are necessary for the functioning of the website.  We need your consent for all other types of cookies.  This website uses different types of cookies.

 

Some cookies are placed by third-party services which appear on our pages.

 

Cookie declaration last updated on 02/01/2019

 

NECESSARY

Necessary cookies contribute to the functionality of the website by enabling basic functions, such as page navigation and access to secure areas of the website.  The website may not function properly without such cookies.

PREFERENCES

Cookies concerning your preferences allow a website to remember information which changes the look or functioning of the website, such as your preferred language or the region you are in.

Your consent applies to the following domain: uni-lex.com

 

2.2 If the website has the option to subscribe to a newsletter

 

This gives you the option to subscribe to receive information by e-mail and possibly text messages (SMS) about products and services of Uni-Lex sp.z o.o., with a registered office in Łódź, ul.  Żurawia 7/9, 91-455 Łódź, and possibly about news in the field of law, accounting or tax law (“Newsletters”).  We will only send you newsletters and other marketing materials if you consent to receive such information from us.  If you register to receive Newsletters through our website, you will be asked to provide some basic information about you.  Mandatory personal data include an e-mail address (“Newsletter Registration Data”) which will be used for registration, checking the validity of e-mails and delivering relevant Newsletters.  We may not register your subscription unless you provide us with the mandatory information.  The legal basis for sending newsletters is the GDPR regulation, Art. 6 (1) a) and the consent you provide during registration to receive Newsletters.  You can always withdraw your consent to receive Newsletters and unsubscribe from receiving e-mails or texts by following the instructions in the e-mails, texts or other communications you receive from us.  See also Chapter 5 (Your rights, how to withdraw your consent and unsubscribe).

Our newsletters contain the so-called tracking pixels.  A tracking pixel is a miniature graphic embedded in e-mail messages which are sent in the HTML format to enable registration and analysis of log files.  This provides for a statistical analysis of the success or failure of online marketing campaigns.  Based on the embedded tracking pixel, we can see if and when the recipient has opened the e-mail and which links in the e-mail are followed by the recipient “"Newsletter Tracking Data”). Such Newsletter Tracking Data are used by us to conduct general marketing research and optimize the distribution and use of Newsletters.  The legal basis for sending newsletters is the GDPR regulation 6 (1) f) - our legitimate interest, i.e. understanding the behaviour and interests of clients and ensuring effective marketing and advertising.

We will also use Newsletter Registration Data, supplement data and Newsletter Tracking Data for general marketing research purposes, as well as to customize or improve our websites and the services we offer.  We may also link this data with other personal data relating to the user for profiling in order to be able to personalize the use of the website, adjust the content of future Newsletters to better suit your interests and to provide personalized offers.  Also see the section (Profiling for Marketing Purposes).

 

2.3 Contacting us via the customer service department (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

 

When you contact us by e-mail with your comments or questions, we will retain and use such information to respond to your request.  You may be asked to provide further information which identifies you, such as your name, e-mail address, telephone number, and country, in order to be able to answer your questions.  We may also ask for other information which may be needed to respond to your request.  You can always decide what information you want to provide us with.  However, you should note that in the event that we do not have sufficient information to process your request, this may result in us not being able to comply with your request.  The legal basis for processing is the GDPR regulation 6 (1) f) - our legitimate interest, namely in the provision of services to clients, understanding clients’ behaviour and interests, and establishing, exercising and/or defending legal claims.

 

We may also request other information, special categories of data, if you make a claim against us and such information is needed to establish, exercise or defend a claim.  The legal basis for sending Newsletters is the GDPR regulation, 9 (1) f), namely that processing is necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

 

2.4 Profiling for marketing purposes

 

If you provide us with your data, for example by giving us your name, e-mail address or telephone number, we may combine the personal data collected in accordance with the above sections, including the data collected through our websites, Newsletter Tracking Data, names, e-mail addresses, telephone number, addresses, Facebook profile information, Google account information, information regarding demographics, interests and preferences (e.g. gender, product preferences, etc.), including interactions with our company.  The purpose of that is to conduct general marketing research, including customer analysis and customer segmentation, as well as statistics.  In addition, we may use this information to evaluate and analyse your individual interests and preferences in order to personalize the website and optimize the service you receive from us.  The legal basis for sending newsletters is the GDPR regulation 6 (1) f) - our legitimate interest, i.e. understanding the behaviour and interests of clients and ensuring effective marketing and advertising. If you register to receive Newsletters, we will also use your personal data to tailor the content of the Newsletters to better suit your interests and provide you with personalized offers.  The legal basis for sending newsletters is the GDPR regulation, Art. 6 (1) a) and the consent you provide during registration to receive Newsletters.

 

If you do not agree and want to object, please contact us in accordance with the guidelines provided in Chapter 1 “Our contact details” and we will stop using your personal data for profiling for marketing purposes.

 

  1. How we share your data with others

 

In order to provide our services, provide you with the requested services and support, and to conduct our business in general, we will need to disclose and transfer your personal data to other Partners and third parties, such as IT vendors, marketing agencies, logistics service providers, payment service providers, etc. We can assure you that we will not sell or rent your personal data to third parties so that they can use them for their own direct marketing purposes, unless we obtain your consent to do so.

 

When using data processors to process personal data on our behalf, we require processing of personal data only in accordance with our instructions.  We also require data processors to sign appropriate agreements providing sufficient guarantees to implement appropriate technical and organizational measures in such a way that the data processing meets the requirements of the applicable data protection regulation and ensures adequate protection of user rights.

 

In the event that we disclose your personal data to third parties who will not act in accordance with our instructions, but as independent data controllers, we will make every effort to ensure their credibility and to ensure that they implement appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your data and undertake to comply with the applicable data protection regulations and not to use the personal data received from us for purposes other than to provide the agreed services and perform analytics in an anonymized manner.

 

3.1 Categories of recipients

 

The main categories of potential recipients of your personal data are:

 

  1. Service Providers

We may share personal data with our trusted third-party service providers who, on our behalf, operate, maintain and/or support our IT systems and IT infrastructure, our website, manage our payment solutions, perform statistical analyses, send Newsletters and perform other important services for us.

 

  1. Legal Successors

The transfer of personal data to another legal entity may take place as part of a transfer of our business or part of it through reorganization, sale of assets, consolidation, merger or other similar actions.

 

  1. Other disclosures

Apart from the cases where you have consented to the disclosure of personal data or where disclosure is necessary to achieve the purpose(s) for which they are collected, personal data may be disclosed in special situations where we have reason to believe that such conduct is necessary in order to identify, contact or initiate legal proceedings against anyone who acts to the detriment of or interferes (whether intentionally or unintentionally) with our rights or property, users or anyone else who may be harmed as a result of such actions, or otherwise where it is necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

 

3.2 Data transfer to third countries

 

Using suppliers’ services and disclosing your personal data to other Partners and other recipients may mean transferring your personal data to countries which may not follow the same data protection regulations as in your jurisdiction, and may not be considered as providing an adequate level of personal data protection by the EU Commission or a national data protection authority (the so-called “dangerous third countries”).  Such countries include, but are not limited to:  the United States, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, Vietnam, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Australia, and New Zealand.

We require that all recipients of your personal data provide adequate safeguards to protect your personal data when they are transferred to “dangerous third countries”, by complying with standard data protection clauses adopted by the European Commission, art. 46 (2) of GDPR.  If the recipient is certified under the US Privacy Shield, he is also considered to provide adequate safeguards to protect personal data, GDPR Data Protection Regulation, Art. 46 section 2.  Click here for more information on the US Privacy Shield.  If you have any questions, please contact our representatives following the data provided in chapter (Our contact details).

 

  1. How do we store and delete your data

 

Your personal data will be stored by us in a form which provides for the identification of the user, for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which the personal data are collected and legally processed.  This means that we will store and process your personal data when we provide services to you, and we will keep them for as long as they are is necessary to resolve any disputes which may arise later or as long as the relevant law is in force.  Then, we will delete your personal data or anonymize it so that they may no longer be used to identify you.

We will remove any information that, according to our reasonable judgement, appears inaccurate or out of date due to the time which has elapsed since it was collected or in view of any other information in our possession.  If you provide us with a written request, we will delete or anonymize your personal data without undue delay, unless we have a valid legal basis to continue to store your personal data.  See also Chapter 5 (Your rights, how to withdraw your consent and unsubscribe).

 

  1. YOUR RIGHTS AND HOW TO WITHDRAW CONSENT AND END SUBSCRIPTION

 

You have certain rights under the applicable data protection laws.  Some laws are quite complex and have exceptions, so we recommend that you read the relevant laws and guidance of regulators for a full understanding of such rights.  You can find a summary of your rights below.

 

5.1 Right of access

 

You have the right to obtain confirmation that your personal data are processed by us.  In addition, you have the right to obtain more detailed information about your personal data stored and processed by us and, under certain conditions, the right to receive a copy of such personal data.

 

5.2 Right to rectify

 

You have the right to correct inaccurate personal data concerning you and, taking into account the purpose of the processing, to complete incomplete personal data.

 

5.3 Right to deletion

 

In some cases, you have the right to delete your personal data without undue delay.  These circumstances include: i) the personal data are no longer needed in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed; ii) you withdraw consent to the processing based on your consent; iii) the processing is carried out for direct marketing purposes, iv) the personal data have been unlawfully processed.  However, there are some general exclusions from the right to deletion.  These general exclusions cover situations where processing is necessary; i) exercising the right to freedom of expression and information; ii) to comply with a legal obligation; or (iii) for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

 

5.4 Right to limitation of processing

 

In some cases, you have the right to limit the processing of your personal data.  If processing has been limited, we may still store your personal data.  However, otherwise we will only process your data i) with your consent; ii) to establish, exercise or defend legal claims; (iii) to protect the rights of another natural or legal person; or iv) for important reasons of public interest.

 

5.5 Right to transfer the data

 

To the extent that the legal basis for processing is your consent and the processing is automated, you have the right to receive your personal data in a structured, commonly-used and machine-readable format.  However, this right does not apply if it would adversely affect the rights and freedoms of third parties.

 

5.6 Right to object

 

You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data for reasons related to your specific situation, but only to the extent that the legal basis for the processing is that the processing is necessary for 1) the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of any public authority entrusted to Uni-Lex sp. z o.o., with a registered office in Łódź, ul.  Żurawia 7/9, 91-455 Łódź; or 2) for legitimate interests pursued by us or a third party.  In this case, we will stop processing personal data, unless we can demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for processing which invalidate your interests, rights and freedoms, or the processing is aimed at establishing, exercising or defending legal claims.  You also have the right to object to our processing of your personal data for direct marketing purposes (including profiling for direct marketing purposes).  If you submit such an objection, we will stop processing your personal data for this purpose.

 

5.7 Right to withdraw your consent

 

To the extent that the legal basis for the processing of your data is your consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time.  If you withdraw your consent, we will stop processing your personal data, unless and to the extent that further processing is permitted or required under the applicable personal data laws or other applicable laws and regulations.  Withdrawal of your consent will in no case affect the lawfulness of processing based on your consent before its withdrawal.  If you refrain from providing the required consents or from subsequent withdrawal of your consents, you may not be able to take advantage of some of the services we offer.

 

5.8 Right to lodge a complaint to a data protection supervisory authority

 

You may always lodge a complaint to your local data protection supervisory authority.  The data protection supervisory authority in Poland is

Office for Personal Data Protection

  1. Stawki 2

00-193 Warsaw

Poland

www.uodo.gov.pl

 

We make every effort to ensure the protection of your personal data, to inform you about how we process your personal data and that they are processed in accordance with the applicable data protection regulations.  If you are not satisfied with the processing and protection of your personal data or information which you receive from us, please inform us so that we can improve our activities.  Also, do not hesitate to contact us if you wish to exercise any of your rights.

Please contact us through the contact points listed in Chapter 1 (Our contact details).  Also, please provide us with relevant information to deal with your request, including your name and e-mail address, so that we can identify you.  We will respond to your request without undue delay.  You can always withdraw your consent to receive Newsletters and unsubscribe from receiving e-mails or texts by following the instructions in the e-mails, texts or other communications you receive from us. If you have created an account with us, you can also manage and delete it by logging into and administering the account.  6. Links to other websites We may provide links to third-party websites.  These linked websites are not under our control, therefore we may not be held responsible for the behaviour of third parties linked to our websites.  Before disclosing your personal data on any other website, we recommend that you read that website’s terms of use and privacy policy.

 

  1. Amendments to this privacy policy.

 

We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to add, modify or remove parts of this Privacy Policy in the future to ensure that the information contained herein provides relevant and appropriate information about the collection and processing of your personal data.  This Privacy Policy may be supplemented with other information from us or another Partner and other terms and conditions applicable to this website or with information you have granted your consent to when using our or our partners’ services. If you have consented to receive Newsletters and other information from us, we will also inform you directly of any updates to this Privacy Policy via e-mail.