Lawyers Chambers is a website marketing solicitors and barristers and is a Trading name of Horizon Associates Ltd Registered in England 24th August 2005 Company Number 05544802.
Personal information is collected through the contact forms only. This website currently has no applications or programs that gather information from any computer without consent. Users are required to supply contact information (e.g., name and email address) and demographic information (e.g., postcode). Certain information, such as an email address, is collected in order to verify a user’s identity and for use in the records. Information collected at this website is kept in the records only as long as is necessary to provide requested services to clients.
If you have any questions about this privacy statement or the practices of this site, please contact Lawyers Chambers
Sharing of Data
Lawyers Chambers may, in the course of business, be provided with or gain access to personal data held by customers (particularly professional users) regarding their own clients. Customers of Lawyers Chambers should therefore ensure that their clients are informed that data may be shared with their IT Support Providers for business operations, including but not limited to support and assistance with problems relating to the files containing data, the software used to access the data or providing backup services for the data. Data may be held by Lawyers Chambers as required to provide assistance to the client. All requests for data management with regards to customer data should in the first instance be directed to the customer directly, if this fails the client can contact the Lawyers Chambers Data Controller.
In the course of business, professional clients could be required to provide personal information regarding staff members to Lawyers Chambers in order to setup accounts and provide support. Please ensure that staff are aware of this and that in turn, Lawyers Chambers may share that information with service providers in order to provide the services that are requested of them.
Lawyers Chambers may use systems that log user’s login habits both to this site and to clients’ own systems. These are used primarily to assist in the provision of support to the client and provide records of systems access. All users should inform their staff this record keeping may be in place.
Lawyers Chambers may require, for the accurate and timely fulfillment of Legal Obligations imposed on it or by the general law and for HR and Accountancy processes and generally to provide users with a range of products and services, to share data with third parties. These Companies may include but are not limited to:
Accountancy and Bookkeeping Management
Solicitors Changes will be updated here as required.
Users have a right under the GDPR to ensure that their data is up to date and accurate. If users have any concerns over the accuracy of data held, they should write to the Data Protection Officer below.
Users have a right under the GDPR to access, review and receive a copy of any data held on them by Lawyers Chambers If users would like to exercise this right, they should write to the Data Protection Officer below.
How to contact the Data Protection Officer
In the first instance requests should be made in writing to the Data Protection Officer. In order for Lawyers Chambers to fully comply with users rights under the act, all requests being made should clearly mention “General Data Protection Regulations” and include all of the following namely full name, address and relevant contact information for a response. Requests submitted by any other means than written letter may not be processed.
Data Protection Officer: Name: Ian White Position: Company Director Lawyers Chambers Trading name of Horizon Associates Ltd, Unit 2 High Weald House, Clovers End, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex, TN39 5ES. Tel +44 (0)1424721479. Email: [email protected]
Should users be dissatisfied with any decision made by the Data Protection Officer and wish to escalate their case they will need to contact the Information Commissioners Office via https://ico.org.uk/concerns/ for further information on their rights.
In the unlikely event of a Data Breach, Lawyers Chambers will contact users affected via the last known details they hold on file. It is individual users responsibility to ensure that such information is up to date at all times both during and after their use of the site. Users will be informed as far as is technically possible of the data that has been potentially compromised and where users can seek further advise about their rights.