Personal data is collected via the Bosselaar Strengers Legal Partners website and our online mailshots. This concerns personal data that you yourself provide to Bosselaar Strengers Legal Partners when requesting information, registering for a meeting or a newsletter or applying for a job at Bosselaar Strengers Legal Partners. We will only process your personal data for the purpose for which we received the data. Your personal data may also be used by Bosselaar Strengers Legal Partners to keep you up to date or to tell you about our services or activities.
Your personal data are processed based on the following legal grounds:
Bosselaar Strengers Legal Partners use only functional cookies, the CSRF token, which is simply a security measure that allows forms to be sent safely to a server. Because these cookies are functional, it is not necessary to ask the internet user for permission first.
We do not provide your personal data to third parties.
Sharing via social media
The Bosselaar Strengers Legal Partners website gives you the option of sharing information on the website via social media. If you make use of this option, you will be redirected to the website of the party in question (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter). This party then places cookies. You can find more information about these cookies on the websites of the parties in question. Bosselaar & Strengers does not process any personal data when you share information via social media.
Security and confidentiality
Personal data will not be retained for longer than is necessary for the specific objective(s) for which the data were collected, or for a longer period if required by the applicable statutory provisions.
Changes on the policy on privacy and cookies
Bosselaar Strengers Legal Partners reserves the right to change its policy on privacy and cookies. You are therefore advised to check this page regularly to see whether any changes have been made.
This privacy and cookies policy was last changed on 7 March 2018.
Based on the applicable legislation, you have the right to: