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LEGAL NOTICE

 

Thank you for visiting our website. We want your experience of our website to be the best it can be.

By accessing our services, you declare that you are an adult and legally capable of acting in accordance with your national law.

By browsing this website or using its services, you expressly and comprehensively agree to these General Conditions in their entirety, the Special Conditions established for certain promotions, and the Privacy and Cookies Policies governing the processing of the data you provide to us. Please read them carefully.

 

1.- Legal information

Under the Information Society Services and E-Commerce Act 34/2002 of 11 July, the identification details of the owner of the Website are as follows:

JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L
Av. Escandinavia 72, Manzana E, Local 7-8, C.C. Altomar 2, Gran Alacant
03130 Santa Pola (Alicante)
Spain
B53696050

Registration details in the Companies Registry: Alicante Companies Registry (Spain), Volume 2574, Book 0, Folio 43, Section 8, Page M-72268, Entry 1.

Should you have any queries, you may contact us by telephone using the number (+34) 966 69 87 96 or by e-mail using the address contact@jlcalawyers.com

By accessing this website, the User expressly agrees to these General Conditions of Use, which may be amended or replaced by its owner at any time without prior notice.

 

2.- General Conditions of Use

The following General Conditions govern how the website is used and accessed, the purpose of the website being to direct users to JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L by providing them with information, services and content. Through this website, the User may access information on specific products and services, tools and applications.

Information on products and services, prices, features and other relevant matters offered through the website is produced and updated by Suppliers and third-party companies. In no event does JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L bear any liability for the aforementioned information or any obligation with regard to it.

The User undertakes to make appropriate use of the accessible content, services, applications and tools subject to the law, these General Conditions of Use and any Special Conditions which may be established for access to certain services and applications, and to respect other Users at all times.

In the event of total or partial breach by the User of these General Conditions of Use, JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L reserves the right to deny access to the User without prior notice.

 

3.- General Obligations of the User

By accepting these General Conditions of Use, the User expressly undertakes:

 

  • To refrain from performing any action intended to harm, block, damage, disable or overburden temporarily or permanently the features, tools, content and/or infrastructure of the website in such a way as to prevent it being used normally.
  • To keep the passwords associated with the User’s username confidential, and to assume responsibility for the use of those personal and non-transferable passwords by third parties.
  • To refrain from entering or producing any offensive or defamatory content, both from other Users and from third-party companies.
  • To refrain from using any of the materials or information contained in this Website for any illicit purposes or any purposes contrary to the rights and interests of JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L, its users and/or third parties which are expressly prohibited in these General Conditions of Use or any special conditions established for certain applications and/or utilities.
  • To refrain from offering or distributing products and services through unsolicited advertisements or marketing communications to other Users and visitors of the JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L. website.

 

The User will be liable for any damages of any nature that JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L or any third party may incur as a consequence of the breach of any of the obligations to which the User is subject under these "General Conditions of Use" or the legislation concerning to accessing and/or using the website.

 

4.- Intellectual and Industrial Property

The website, the pages comprising it and the information or elements contained therein (including texts, documents, photographs, drawings, graphics, logos, trademarks, trade names and other hallmarks) are protected by intellectual or industrial property rights, JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L being the owner of those rights or being authorised to publicly exercise them by their lawful owners.

The User undertakes to use the contents diligently and correctly in accordance with the law, public morality and public order. JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L permits the User to display the information contained in this website and to make private copies (through simply downloading it to his/her computer or storing it there), provided that the elements are intended solely for personal use. In no event does that permission represent a licence to exercise the property rights of JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L or their lawful owners.

The User is not permitted to distribute, amend, transfer or publicly disclose the information contained in this website in any manner for any purpose.

 

5.- Links

Links to third-party websites are established solely to help the User. In no event is JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L liable for those websites or their content.

JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L assumes no liability arising from the existence of links between the content of this site and content located elsewhere, or for any other reference to content beyond this site. Such links or references are solely for guidance purposes. In no event do they imply that JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L supports, approves or promotes the persons or entities authoring and/or managing such content or the owners of the sites where it is found, or that there is any relationship between JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L and such persons, entities or owners.

To establish links to the website it will be necessary to obtain the express prior written consent of its owners.

 

6.- Liability

JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L. does not guarantee continuous access to its website. Furthermore, it does not guarantee that the proper display, downloading or use of the elements and information contained therein will not be hindered, complicated or interrupted by factors or circumstances beyond its control or by the existence of internet viruses.

JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L assumes no liability for damages, losses, claims or expenses arising from:

  • Interference, interruptions, faults, omissions, delays, blockages or disconnections due to errors in telecommunications lines and networks or any other cause beyond the control of JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L.
  • Illegitimate interference through the use of any kind of malware (such as computer viruses) via any kind of communications media.
  • Misuse of the JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L website.
  • Security or browsing errors caused by malfunctioning browsers or the use of out-of-date versions.

 

In no event will JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L be liable to users and third parties for the acts of any third party involving or potentially involving unfair trading practice, illegal advertising or the infringement of intellectual and industrial property rights, business secrets, contractual commitments of any kind, the rights of individuals to defend their honour, their own privacy, the privacy of their family and their own image, and the property rights and rights of any other nature pertaining to a third party, by virtue of the transmission, dissemination, storage, disposal, reception, and obtaining of the content of the website, or by virtue of access to that content.

 

7.- Protection of Personal Data

You will find our entire personal data processing policy in the Privacy Policy, which forms an integral part of these General Conditions but comprises a separate document for the sake of simplicity: Privacy Policy.

 

8.- Legislation

This Legal Notice and its terms and conditions will be governed by Spanish legislation. Simply by accessing the website or becoming a registered user, the User irrevocably agrees that any legal action arising from or related to these conditions or the use of this website will by default be heard by the competent courts.

Should any clause or section of these General Conditions inessential to the existence of the website be declared void or inapplicable, the validity of the remaining clauses will not be affected.

PRIVACY

 

VERSION 20/07/2018
The Privacy Policy forms part of the General Conditions governing this website.

 

Who is the controller of your data?

JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L
Address: Av. Escandinavia 72, Manzana E, Local 7-8, C.C. Altomar 2, Gran Alacant
03130 Santa Pola (Alicante)
Spain
TAX ID (CIF): B53696050
Tel: (+34) 966 69 87 96
Mail: contact@jlcalawyers.com

You can contact us by any of the above means.

We reserve the right to amend or adapt this Privacy Policy at any time. Please read it. If you have registered an account or profile and log in to it, you will be informed of any amendments.

If you belong to any of the following groups, please see the information below.

               

WEBSITE OR E-MAIL CONTACTS

 What data do we collect through the website?

We can anonymously process your IP address, the operating system or browser you use, and even the length of your visit.

By providing your data in the contact form, you will confirm your identify and enable us to:

  • Contact you if necessary.
  • Respond to your queries, applications or requests.
  • Manage the service requested, assess your application or process your request.
  • Send you information relating to your requests by email.
  • Send you commercial information and notices of events by email, provided you give your express permission.
  • Analyse our website and make improvements regarding our products and services.
  • Improve our sales strategy.

 

Consent of the data subject: whenever you make a request you need to complete a form and click the Submit icon. By doing so you expressly acknowledge that you have read and accepted the clause attached to that form or the privacy policy.

All our forms use the * symbol to indicate compulsory data. If you do not complete those fields or tick the box indicating that you have read and accepted the privacy policy, you will not be allowed to submit the information. The following formula is normally used: "□ I am older than 14 and have read and accept the Privacy Policy."

 

NEWSLETTER CONTACTS

What data do we collect through the newsletter?

By providing your e-mail address on the website, you will be able to subscribe to our Newsletter, which will be sent to you at that address.

We will store only your email address and send you regular emails, until you unsubscribe or we stop sending those emails.

The option to unsubscribe will be provided in all emails. Your subscription to our Newsletter enables us to:

 

  • Manage the service requested, assess your application or process your request.
  • Send you information relating to your requests by email.
  • Send you commercial information and notices of events by email, provided you give your express permission.
  • Analyse our mailing list and make improvements regarding our commercial strategy.

Consent of the data subject: To subscribe you will need to tick a box and click the Submit icon. By doing so you expressly acknowledge that you have been informed about the privacy policy and have expressly consented to receiving the newsletter.

If you do not tick the box indicating that you have accepted the privacy policy, you will not be allowed to submit the information. The following formula is normally used: "□ I am older than 14 and have read and accept the Privacy Policy."

 

CUSTOMERS

Which of your data do we use?

The data we use enables us to:

  • Prepare estimates and follow them up through communications between both parties.
  • Send you information relating to your requests by email.
  • Send you commercial information and notices of events by email, provided you give your express permission.
  • Manage the administrative, communications and logistics services provided by the Data Controller.
  • Bill and declare the appropriate taxes.
  • Perform the relevant transactions.
  • Implement control and recovery procedures.

 

QUALITY SURVEYS

What data we use from surveys?

Survey data enables us to:

  • Evaluate the level of quality of the service dispensed.
  • Improve the services offered in compliance with the ISO.

Legally the person surveyed must give their express consent.

 

SUPPLIERS

What data do we use from our suppliers?

Your data enables us to:

  • Send you information relating to your requests by email.
  • Send you commercial information and notices of events by email, provided you give your express permission.
  • Manage the administrative, communications and logistics services provided by the Data Controller.
  • Manage billing.
  • Perform the relevant transactions.
  • Bill and declare the appropriate taxes.
  • Implement control and recovery procedures.

Legally you must agree to a contractual relationship or failing that, consent to contacting us or offering us your products by any means.

 

SOCIAL NETWORK CONTACTS

What data we use from social networks?

  • Data from social networks enables us to: Respond to your queries, applications or requests.
  • Manage the service requested, assess your application or process your request.
  • Relate to you and create a community of followers.

You must agree to a contractual relationship in the relevant social network or consent to its Privacy Policies:

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/policy.php?ref=pf
Twitter: http://twitter.com/privacy
Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy?trk=hb_ft_priv
Google: http://www.google.com/intl/es/policies/privacy/
*(Google+ and Youtube)

 

How long will we store the personal data?

We may only check or erase your data on a limited basis if you have a specific profile. We will process your data until you stop following us, unfriend us or stop clicking our "like", "follow" or similar buttons.

You must perform any correction of your data or restriction of information or posts through your profile or user settings in the social network itself.

 

JOB APPLICANTS

What data do we use from your CV?

Your data enables us to:

  • Organise employee recruitment processes.
  • Arrange job interviews and assess your candidature.
  • If you have given us your consent, we will be able to forward your CV to affiliates or similar companies, the sole aim being to help you find employment.
  • By ticking the box agreeing to the privacy policy, you consent to us forwarding your job application to our other group companies, the aim being to include you in their staff recruitment processes.

One year after receipt of your CV, we will securely destroy it.

Legally you give your unequivocal consent upon sending us your CV.

 

Do we include personal data of third parties?

No, in general we only process data provided by its owners. Should you provide us with the data of third parties, you must have informed them and secured their consent in advance. Otherwise we bear no liability for breach of this requirement.

 

Do we include personal data of children?

We do not process the personal data of children under 14. Do not provide your data if you are under that age. Do not provide the data of third parties under that age. JLCA & AS. LAWYERS, S.L bears no liability for breach of this provision.

 

Will we communicate electronically?

  • We will only communicate with you electronically to manage your application if you have provided us with your contact details.
  • We will only send you marketing communications if you have expressly authorised it.

 

Which security measures do we apply?

You can rest assured that we have adopted a high level of protection of the personal data we handle, and we have installed all the technical measures at our disposal based on the state of technology to prevent loss, misuse, alteration and theft of your personal data, as well as unauthorised access to it.

 

Who will be the recipients of your data?

Your data will not be transferred to third parties, unless there is a legal obligation. Specifically it will be forwarded to the Tax Administration State Agency, banks and financial institutions to enable the service rendered or product purchased to be invoiced. It will also be transferred to the data processors required to execute the agreement.

In the event of purchase or payment, if you choose any application, website, platform, bank card or other online service, your data will be transferred to that platform or processed in its environment, always as securely as possible.

At our behest, the web development and maintenance company or hosting company will have access to our website. They will have signed a service provision agreement obliging them to maintain the same level of privacy as us.

Upon using applications from the USA, any international data transfer will be made under the Privacy Shield agreement, which guarantees that software companies based in the USA comply with European data protection policies on privacy.

 

What rights do you have?

  • The right to know if we are processing your data or not.
  • The right to access your personal data.
  • The right to request rectification of your data should it be inaccurate.
  • The right to request erasure of your data should it no longer be needed for the purposes for which it was collected or should you have withdrawn your consent.
  • The right to request a limitation on the processing of your data in some scenarios, in which case we will only retain it under the current legislation.
  • The right to data portability, the data being provided to you in a commonly used or machine readable structured format. If you prefer, we can send it to the new data controller designated by you. This is only valid in certain circumstances.
  • The right to file a complaint to the Spanish Data Protection Agency or supervisory body, if you believe we have not served you correctly.
  • The right to revoke your consent for any processing to which you have consented, at any time.
  • If you change any of your details, please let us know so that we can keep them up to date.

 

Would you like a form enabling you to exercise your rights?  

  • To exercise your rights, please ask us for a form by email, or please use a form prepared by the Spanish Data Protection Agency or third parties if you prefer.
  • Those forms must be signed electronically or be accompanied by a photocopy of your National Identity Card (DNI).
  • If you represent someone, you must attach a copy of their DNI or sign the form using their electronic signature.
  • Forms may be submitted in person or sent by letter or email to the address of the Data Controller at the start of this text.

 

How long does it take us to respond to the exercise of your rights?

Depends on the law. However, it takes at most one month from your application and two months if the topic is very complex and we notify you that we need more time.

 

Do we process cookies?

If we use other kinds of cookies than those required, you may see them in the Cookies Policy accessed from the relevant link on the website home page.

 

How long will we store your personal data?

  •  Your personal data will be kept while you maintain any relationship with us.
  • Once you terminate that relationship, your personal data will be kept for the terms provided by law, including the term in which the data may be required by a judge or court based on the statute of limitations.
  • The data will be kept until the aforementioned legal terms expire, if there is a legal obligation to keep it. In the absence of such a legal term, it will be kept until the data subject requests its erasure or revokes the consent given.
  • We will keep all information and communications relating to your purchase or service rendered for the duration of the warranties of the products or services, in case such information or communications are needed to handle possible claims.

COOKIES

HubSpot

https://knowledge.hubspot.com/articles/kcs_article/account/hubspot-cookie-security-and-privacy

 

Name of the cookie Domain Vendor Purpose Category
AWSELB app.hubspot.com Amazonas AWS Elastic Load Balancer Performance
__utma hubspot.com Google Google Targeting Analytics Targeting
__utmb hubspot.com Google Google Targeting Analytics Targeting
__utmc hubspot.com Google Google Targeting Analytics Targeting
__utmz hubspot.com Google Google Targeting Analytics Targeting
_gauges_unique_hour hubspot.com Gauges Gauges Analytics Performance
_gauges_unique_day hubspot.com Gauges Gauges Analytics Performance
_gauges_unique_month hubspot.com Gauges Gauges Analytics Performance
_gauges_unique_year hubspot.com Gauges Gauges Analytics Performance
_gauges_unique hubspot.com Gauges Gauges Analytics Performance
apex__product hubspot.com SalesForce SalesForce Analytics Strictly Necessary
__hstc hubspot.com HubSpot HubSpot Analytics Targeting
__hssrc hubspot.com HubSpot HubSpot Analytics Targeting
__hssc hubspot.com HubSpot HubSpot Analytics Targeting
hsPagesViewedThisSession hubspot.com HubSpot HubSpot Analytics Strictly Necessary
hubspotutk hubspot.com HubSpot HubSpot Analytics Strictly Necessary
hubspot.hub.id hubspot.com HubSpot HubSpot Authentication Strictly Necessary
hubspotauth hubspot.com HubSpot HubSpot Authentication Strictly Necessary
hubspotauthcms hubspot.com HubSpot HubSpot Authentication Strictly Necessary
hubspotauthremember hubspot.com HubSpot HubSpot Authentication Functionality
_hs_opt_out hubspot.com HubSpot Opt out of Hubspot tracking Targeting
hubspotutktzo academy.hubspot.com HubSpot Timezone Offset Functionality
__hluid hubspot.com HubSpot In-app usage tracking Targeting
mp_id_mixpanel hubspot.com Mixpanel In-app usage tracking Targeting
messagesUtk hubspot.com HubSpot Monitoring of visitors using messages Tracking

 

Facebook: Pixel 

https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/

 

What data is the Facebook pixel collecting?

Details about the cookies we use and the data we collect can be found in the detailed table in our Cookies Policy. The Facebook pixel collects five types of data:

  • HTTP headers: anything present in HTTP headers. HTTP headers are a standard web protocol sent between any browser request and any server on the Internet. HTTP headers include IP addresses, information about the web browser, page location, document, referrer and person using the website.
  • Pixel-specific data: this includes the pixel ID and Facebook cookie.
  • Button click data: this includes any buttons clicked by site visitors, the labels of those buttons and any pages visited as a result of the button clicks.
  • Optional values: Developers and marketers can optionally choose to send additional information about the visit through custom data events. Example custom data events are conversion value, page type and more.
  • Form Field Names: this includes website field names such as "email", "address" and "quantity" when a person purchases a product or service. The pixel does not capture field values unless an advertiser includes them as part of advanced matching or optional values.

 

Google AdWords

  • Google uses cookies in various ways. For example, remarketingand Google Analytics both use cookies to help do things like run your ads or track your success.
  • The conversion tracking feature of Google Ads also uses cookies. To help you track sales and other conversions from your ad, it adds a cookie to a person's computer when the person clicks an ad.

 

Use of cookies by Google Analytics

This website uses Google Analytics, an analytical web service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google"), a Delaware company whose main office is at 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, United States. According to Google, it is governed by the Google general conditions accessible at http://www.google.com/analytics/tos.html and the Google privacy policy accessible at http://www.google.com/privacy_ads.html#toc-faq.

 

Specifically, according to Google:

1)   “This website uses Google Analytics, an analytical web service provided by Google, Inc., a Delaware company whose main office is at 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, United States. (“Google"). Google Analytics uses cookies, which are text files placed on your computer, to help the website analyse how users use the website. It uses both utma cookies (which expire in 2 years and are updated every time the user visits the website) and utmb cookies (which expire when the user stops on a website for more than 30 minutes). The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address) will be transmitted to Google and stored on servers in the United States. Google will use this information on our behalf to track your use of the website, compiling reports on website activity and providing other services relating to website activity and internet usage. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required to do so by law or where such third parties process the information on Google's behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. You may refuse to allow the processing of data or information by rejecting the use of cookies in your browser settings. However, please note that by doing so you may not be able to use all the functions of this website. By using this website you consent to the processing of data about you by Google in the aforementioned manner and for the aforementioned purposes.” (http://www.google.com/analytics/tos.html).

2)   The Google website also states: “Google Analytics is Google’s free web analytics tool that helps website owners understand how their visitors engage with their website. Google Analytics collects information anonymously, and much like examining footprints in sand, it reports website trends without identifying individual visitors. Analytics uses its own cookie to track visitor interactions. The cookie is used to store information, such as what time the current visit occurred, whether the visitor has been to the site before, and what site referred the visitor to the web page. Google Analytics customers can view a variety of reports about how visitors interact with their website so they can improve their website and how people find it. A different cookie is used for each website, and visitors are not tracked across multiple sites. Analytics requires that all websites that use it must update their privacy policy to include a notice that fully discloses the use of Analytics. To disable this type of cookie, some browsers will indicate when a cookie is being sent and allow you to decline cookies on a case-by-case basis. In addition to declining cookies, you can also install the Google Analytics Opt-out Add-on in your browser, which prevents Google Analytics from collecting information about your website visits. Learn more about the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on and other Google Analytics privacy information.” (http://www.google.com/privacy_ads.html#toc-faq).

 

JLCA informs its users that:

(i) Information on the use of this website by our users through Google Analytics is only collected by Google on its own behalf (and not on behalf of JLCA), JLCA being denied access at all times to such information (except in aggregate form unrelated to any IP address as subsequently provided by Google);

(ii) Google (and not JLCA) determines the purpose of the processing and use of the information collected by Google Analytics at all times, as well as the functionality and duration of the cookies;

(iii) According to the information provided by Google, the user may prevent the collection of that information by rejecting the installation of cookies in his/her browser settings (you will find more information on how to reject the installation of Google Analytics cookies at http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en); and

(iv) Note that as a general rule only the countries of the European Union share similar standards regarding cookies and protection of personal data.