Access to or use of this web site does not imply any collection of the User's personal data by LAWANCE. However, in accordance with the provisions of applicable data protection law, any personal data voluntarily provided by the User shall be incorporated into a duly registered database owned by LAWANCE in order to identify and contact the User or provide him or her with any information requested.
Users shall, in any case, be entitled to exercise their rights of access, correction, challenge and cancellation, which may be exercised by the Users themselves or, where applicable, by their personal representative by means of a signed written request directed to:
Departamento de Marketing y Desarrollo de Negocio
Calle Platón, 20, 1º-2ª
08006 - Barcelona
Any such request must be accompanied by the following data: full name of the User, address for correspondence and photocopy of National ID document or Passport. In the case of representation by a third party, this must be proved by means of an authenticated document.
LAWANCE hereby informs that it has implemented all the technical and organizational security measures needed to prevent modification, loss, processing and/or unauthorized access to personal data, bearing in mind the state of the art in technology, the nature of the data stored and the risks associated therewith, whether as a result of human action or as a consequence of the physical or natural environment.
Collection of personal data from CVs
For the purposes of Spanish Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on Personal Data Protection, please be informed that the personal data contained in any curriculum vitae you have sent to us shall be incorporated into a database under the responsibility of LAWANCE, with registered address at Platón, 20, Barcelona, in order to process such data for the purposes of management and recruitment of personnel. By voluntarily sending such data to us, you expressly authorise LAWANCE to proceed with their processing for the above described purposes. Furthermore, please be advised that you may exercise the rights of access, cancellation, correction and challenge in connection with the processing of your data in the circumstances provided for by law and in accordance with the procedure described in the data protection clause above.
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