This policy assists you with understanding how we use information about those who visit our website, provide us with sensitive data pursuant to the Data Protection Act and those who subscribe to our e-newsletter or request further information from us via our website, www.babylaw.co.uk.
By visiting our website and submitting data about yourself to us, you consent to us using your information. You may be enquiring about our services or you may be an existing client. Just so you know, data information about generalised users of our website is automatically collated by our server and we may use this data to monitor and analyse how our website is being used and how many times our pages are visited. We do not collect cookies.
We welcome new enquiries and we ask you to provide you with your personal information including name, email address and telephone number and if you wish to do so, a brief description of your enquiry. You may also wish to subscribe to our e-newsletter which we distribute to our subscribers from time to time. We will retain your personal details on our secure server. If you no longer wish to receive our e-newsletter you may unsubscribe by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You have the right to access personal data we hold about you. You are entitled to make a subject access request which must be put in writing together with the statutory fee of £10. We will then respond to your request within 40 days.
All personal data held by Babylaw is transmitted over a secure link using internet security software and the necessary firewalls. We ensure that all personal data is best protected with the use of up to date internet security software and hard drive back up. We will use our best endeavours to protect the security of your personal data we collect and process. However, we cannot guarantee the security of personal data transmitted onto and from our website. Any transmission of personal data, whether via our website or by email transmission or e-fax, is transmitted either to us or by us is at your own risk.
The website and your use of it is governed by the laws of England and Wales. You agree that any dispute about the use of our website will be determined only by the courts of England and Wales.
This policy does not create any contractual or other legal rights and we reserve the right to amend this Policy as we deem necessary. Any such changes will be published on our website from time to time and your continued use of our website and any email transmissions will constitute your acceptance of any such changes.
This policy was last updated on 15 March 2015