Privacy and Data Protection

All information obtained by the Antonio Abril Law Firm in the course of or in connection with the provision of its services, as well as from the use of this website by using the consultation forms and email, is treated with the utmost confidentiality and will be used exclusively for agreed purposes.

In compliance with the Spanish Data Protection Law 15/1999, of December 13, with regard to Personal Data Protection, the regulations concerning its implementation approved by Royal Decree 1720/2007 of December 21, as well as Law 34/2002 concerning the Spanish Services for Information Society and Electronic Commerce, of July 11, hereby informs users of this website of the following:

(a) Any personal data request contained in the different sections and links of this website is of a voluntary nature. Your consent is required to obtain, store and use the data provided. You will be presumed to be aware thereof if you choose and click the option “accept” below the user registration form posted on the site.

(b) The personal information provided will be incorporated into an automatic filing system under the custody and supervision of the firm.

(c) The data supplied by this method to the Antonio Abril Law Firm has the purpose to manage the registration process as a website user, to provide information and services that you may require as well as to inform you of new services that the firm offers to its clients.

(d) The data obtained via this website will not be assigned to any third party without your consent.

(e) Registered users shall have the rights to the access, rectification, cancellation and rejection to use the personal data stored in the files of the Antonio Abril Law Firm by communication addressed to the firm informing the firm that this may be performed by any means which verifies the delivery and receipt of the communication.

(f) The Antonio Abril Law Firm will be able to use “cookies” in the website settings. Cookies are automatic procedures for collecting information on the preferences determined by users during their visit to a specific website. This information is recorded in small files that are imperceptibly stored in the computer equipment of the corresponding user. Each time the user goes back to that website, the files activate themselves automatically and configure the website with the preferences selected during earlier visits. Cookies ultimately amount to physical personal information files stored in the user’s terminal and unequivocally associated with this very same terminal. Cookies can not read cookie files created by other providers. Users can configure their browser to be notified on screen of the reception of cookies and to prevent the installation of cookies on the hard drive.

(g) The website is accessible without the need to activate the options relating to cookies, but may prevent the proper performance of security mechanisms for certain amenities or services that require higher security. As a general rule, the purpose of the cookie files of the website is to make the navigation easier for the user.