Law office Lamacz

Principles of personal data protection

Mr. Martin Lamacz, attorney at law, ID: 73629804, registered office at: Nám. 14. Října 1307/2, 150 00 Praha 5, (hereinafter referred to as the “Administrator”) administers your personal data always in accordance with the current laws, specifically Act 110/2019 Sb (the General Data Protection Regulation Act) (hereinafter referred to as the “Czech GDPR Act”) as amended, and as of 25 May 2018 also the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council (hereinafter referred to as the “GDPR”). We hereby inform you as the website user and as a potential client with regard to collecting and administering of persona ldata and principles of privacy protection. We shall answer any question as to the processing of your personal data at our e-mail,

Scope of personal data processing

In providing legal services we need personal data of our clients, and this is connected with you and your personal data, your company and people with whom you are doping business or are negotiating or with whom you are in dispute. This data is especially:
  • Full name and corporate designation;
  • Address or regsitered address;
  • Date of birth, personal identification number, business identification number, tax ID;
  • Telephone number;
  • e-mail address;
  • bank account number;
  • identification document copy in case of escrow

We process personal data which you yourself provide of your own free will and in connection with negotiations on contract conclusion as to legal services, the data available in public registries and the data provided by state authorities, courts etc. Sensitive personal data or personal data of special and private nature is not being processed by us at all.

Purpose of processing and legal grounds

The personal data you provide to us is used in connection with us providing legal services to you. All personal data is processed in a law-prescribed method and in a transparent method and we require only reasonable, relevant and necessary data relating to the purpose of personal data processing. The legal grounds for this processing is processing on the purpose of consideration in a legal advisory contract, and the legal effect of this contract fully depends on you granting a consent to our processing of your personal data. In individual cases we can use your personal data on puorpose of criminal defense or enforcement of our legal claims towards you. Your personal data shall not be used on pourpose of any automated decision-making, including profiling.

Who has access to your personal data?

Your personal data shall be processed by personal data processors that provide to me server, web, cloud or IT services, and accounting services. Further, your personal data may be provided to third parties that provide to us services in connection with your legal case (forensic experts, translators, notaries, court enforcement, substitutes based on a special power of attorney), in case of an insurance claim to the insurance corporation, and in escrows and in connection with identification of escrow creditor also to banks.

Term of personal data processing

Your personal data shall be processed for a term during which we provide legal services to you, or for a term necessary for compliance with relevant laws on archiving, such as the Law Practice Act, the Accounting Act, the Archives Act, the Tax Records Act and the VAT Act. Your personal data may also be archived for a term necessary for enforcement of my legal claims towards you. These needs may vary for various classes of personal data in context of various products, and thus the real term of personal data archiving may also vary.

Your rights arising from personal data processing

In respect of the personal data processing as to your personal data you have these rights:

  • right to access your personal data;
  • right to edit;
  • right to deletion (“right to be forgotten”);
  • right to limitation of processing of your personal data;
  • right to raise an objection against personal data processing;
  • right to transfer of your personal data;
  • right to file a complaint against our processing of your personal data.

Right to access means that at any moment you may request our confirmation as to processing of your personal data by us in any form or method, and if your personal data is processed then also on what purposes, in what scope, who has access thereto, how long the data shall be processed, whether or not you have the right to editing thereof, deletion thereof, limitation of processing of your personal data or right to raise an objection, from where we have obtained your personal data and whether or not there is an automated decision-making based on our processing of your personal data, including potential profiling. You also have the right to a copy of your personal data, the first such copy is free of charge, each following copy shall be charged regarding administrative costs thereto pertaining, specifically by a charge of 50 CZK.

Right to editing means you can request, at any moment, that we edit or amend your personal data if your personal data is incorrect or incomplete.

Right to deletion means we must delete your personal data if (i) it is no longer needed for the purposes for which they were obtained, collected or otherwise processed, (ii) you recall or revoke your consent with personal data processing and at the same time there are no further legal grounds for personal data processing, (iii) you raise an objection against personal data processing and at the same time there are no prevailing legal grounds for continuation of personal data processing, (iv) personal data processing is illegal, or (v) an obligation prescribed by the laws so requires.

Right to limitation of processing means that until we resolve any disputes as to personal data processing we must not process your personal data save in ways they are archived and potentially we can use it with your consent or on grounds of designation, execution or enforcement of legal claims.

Right to raise an objection means you may raise an objection against the processing of your personal data on purpose of direct marketing or for rightful interest. But, your personal data are not processed on purpose of direct marketing. If you raise an objection against the processing of your personal data on purpose of direct marketing, your personal data shall no longer be processed on this purpose. If you raise an objection against processing for rightful interest this objection shall be evaluated and followingly we shall inform you if it was accepted, in which case your personal data shall no longer be processed, or your objection was classified as groundless, in which case the processing shall continue. In any case, until the objection is decided the personal data processing is temporarily discontinued.

Right to transferability means you have the right to obtain your personal data that pertains to you and that is processed through automatic systems and based on your consent or an agreement, in a structured, commonly used and computer-readable format, plus the right that this personal data be transferred to another data administrator;
If you wish to employ any of your rights stated above, contact us please, via e-mail We shall respond to your questions or comments without any undue delay, within one month or earlier.

Our activity is also regulated and supervised by the Personal Data Protection Bureau, where you can, in case you are not satisfied, file a written complaint. You will find more on the website of the Bureau (

Security incident reporting

Within the framework of our activities we prevent security incidents especially by proper training and education of staff that are in contact with your personal data in personal data protection, internal regulations setting forth the methods of protection of your personal data and secure archiving (data coding, complex passwords and up-to-date software). If, however, even despite all our efforts there arises a security incident and this incident could represent a significant risk to your rights and freedoms, we shall immediately inform you of such an incident.

Changes of principles

All amendments and changes of these principles of personal data protection shall be published on this website and where the changes are important we shall contact you via e-mail. Your rights arising from these principles of personal data protection shall not be limited or restricted without your consent. Previous versions of these principles of personal data protection are duly archived for you, so you can access them in the future.

These principles of personal data protection take legal effect as at 1 January 2020.