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Legal notes

Owner of the website and responsible for its content is Avv. Alessandro Mazzà, P.IVA 10595220582.

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Information pursuant to art. 13 of the European Regulation 679/2016 and consent

According to the art. 13 of the European Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (hereinafter GDPR), and in relation to the personal data of which the study will become available with the assignment of your file, we inform you as follows:

Data controller and responsible for the protection of personal data

The data controller is the law firm Mazzà in persona avv. Alessandro Mazzà (hereafter also referred to as “professional”) with an address in Rome Via Eustachio Manfredi 17]. The holder can be contacted by PEC at the address The Owner has not appointed a person responsible for the protection of personal data.

Purpose of data processing

The treatment is aimed at the correct and complete execution of the professional assignment received, both in the judicial and in the extrajudicial area. Your data will also be processed in order to:

fulfill the obligations set forth in the tax and accounting fields;

comply with the obligations incumbent on the professional and foreseen by current legislation.

Personal data may be processed by means of both paper and computer archives (including portable devices) and processed with methods strictly necessary to meet the aforementioned purposes.

Legal basis of the processing

The professional’s office treats personal data lawfully, where the processing:

is necessary for the execution of the mandate, a contract of which you are part or the execution of pre-contractual measures adopted upon request;

is necessary to fulfill a legal obligation incumbent on the professional;

is based on express consent.

Data retention

The personal data, subject to processing for the purposes indicated above, will be kept for the duration of the contract and, subsequently, for the time in which the professional is subject to conservation obligations for tax purposes or for other, foreseen purposes, from rules of law or regulation.

Data communication

Personal data may be disclosed to:

  1. consultants and accountants or other lawyers who provide functional services for the purposes indicated above;
  2. banking and insurance institutions that provide functional services for the purposes indicated above;
  3. subjects that process data in compliance with specific legal obligations;
  4. Judicial or administrative authorities, for the fulfillment of legal obligations.

Data profiling and dissemination

Your personal data are not subject to dissemination or to any entirely automated decision-making process, including profiling.

Rights of the interested party

The rights recognized by the GDPR include those of:

ask the professional to access your personal data and information relating to them; the correction of inaccurate data or the integration of incomplete ones; the deletion of personal data concerning you (upon the occurrence of one of the conditions indicated in article 17, paragraph 1 of the GDPR and in compliance with the exceptions provided in paragraph 3 of the same article); the limitation of the processing of your personal data (in the event of one of the hypotheses indicated in article 18, paragraph 1 of the GDPR);

request and obtain from the professional – in cases where the legal basis of the processing is the contract or consent, and the same is carried out by automated means – your personal data in a structured and machine-readable format, also for the purpose of communicating such data to another data controller (so-called right to the portability of personal data);

oppose the processing of your personal data at any time in the event of particular situations that concern you;

withdraw consent at any time, limited to cases where the processing is based on your consent for one or more specific purposes and concerns common personal data (for example, date and place of birth or place of residence), or particular categories of data ( for example, data revealing your racial origin, your political opinions, your religious beliefs, your health or sexual life). The treatment based on the consent and carried out prior to the revocation of the same preserves, however, its lawfulness;

make a complaint to a supervisory authority (Authority for the protection of personal data –

EU Regulation 2016 679. Gdpr