HPP Attorneys Ltd’s Website –
Privacy Policy

1. General

HPP Attorneys Ltd Oy (“HPP”) is committed to ensuring the confidentiality and data protection of personal data at its possession. This privacy policy is applied to personal data that HPP collects about the visitors of HPP website (“you”). This privacy policy describes what kind of personal data HPP receives and collects through your use of HPP’s website and how HPP process such personal data. Additional information regarding the processing of personal data in is provided by HPP tietosuoja@hpp.fi.

By using HPP’s website, you consent to the data practices described in this privacy policy. HPP may update this privacy policy from time to time, for example due to changes in applicable legislation, which is why HPP recommends that you occasionally review this privacy policy for any changes. HPP will use reasonable efforts to notify you of any changes in advance. This privacy policy was last updated on 25th February 2022.

2. Data Controller

Name: HPP Asianajotoimisto Oy
Address: Bulevardi 1 A, 00100 Helsinki
Tel: +358 9 474 21
Business ID: 0224138-5

3. What personal data do we collect and how?

HPP collects certain personal data about you that HPP receives automatically when you use HPP’s website. This includes information concerning the exploitation of HPP’s website and content, technical information sent to HPP server by your browser (e.g. IP-address, browser, browser version, the webpage from which you came to HPP’s webpage) as well as the cookies sent to your browser and information related to them (additional information on cookies and similar technologies below in Section 10 of this privacy notice).

4. Basis for and Purposes of Processing Your Personal Data

The basis for processing your personal data is HPP’s legitimate interest based on HPP’s purposes of use determined below. HPP may also send you electronic direct marketing messages to HPP’s client company’s contact persons. HPP does not send direct marketing messages to other parties (e.g. to consumers).

HPP processes your personal data to:

  • process and reply to your requests;
  • present the content of HPP’s website in a manner ideal for your device;
  • monitor the use of HPP’s website and to improve the site functionality and the user experience;
  • monitor the efficiency of HPP’s marketing campaigns;
  • advertise and offer HPP’s services to you as allowed by law;
  • improve customer communications and to recognise potential customers.

HPP does not further process your personal data for other purposes than those described in this privacy policy.

5. Regular Disclosures and Transfers of Your Personal Data to Third Parties

HPP’s business partners process your personal data only for the purposes defined in this privacy policy. HPP always ensures that its partners do not process the personal data transferred to them for any other purposes.

6. Transfers of Your Personal Data Outside the EU or European Economic Area

HPP does not transfer your personal data outside the European Union or European Economic Area

7. Principles for the Storage of Your Personal Data

HPP will store your personal data for the period of time required for the processing purposes set out in this privacy policy. HPP will in any case remove your personal data at the latest after two years from the collection of the personal data.

Your personal data may be retained for longer if applicable legislation or HPP’s contractual obligations towards third parties require a longer storage period.

8. Your Rights in Relation to the Processing of Personal Data

As a data subject you have the right, at any time, to object to the processing of your personal data for direct marketing purposes. You may give HPP channel-specific consents and prohibitions concerning direct marketing (e.g. prohibit marketing messages sent by e-mail but allow marketing messages sent by mail).

In addition, you have the right to, according to applicable data protection legislation, at any time:

  • be informed about the processing of your personal data;
  • obtain access to data relating to you and review your personal data HPP processes;
  • require rectification and completion or erasure of inaccurate and incorrect personal data;
  • withdraw your consent and object to the processing of your personal data in so far as the processing of your personal data is based on your consent;
  • object to the processing of your personal data on grounds relating to your particular situation in so far as the processing of your personal data is based on HPP’s legitimate interest;
  • receive your personal data in a machine-readable format and transmit those data to another controller (provided you have delivered HPP such data yourself, HPP processes such personal data based on your consent and the processing of personal data is carried out by automated means); and
  • obtain a restriction of processing of your personal data.

You should present your request for exercising any of the above-mentioned rights in the manner described in the ‘Contacts’ Section of this privacy policy. HPP may ask you to specify your request in writing and to verify your identity before processing the request. HPP may refuse to fulfil your request on grounds set out in applicable data protection legislation.

If you withdraw your consent, it will not affect the lawfulness of the processing based on consent before its withdrawal. You may withdraw your consent in accordance with section “Contacts” below. The only impact caused by withdrawal of your consent is that HPP will not be able to send direct marketing to you.

You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority concerned or with the supervisory authority of the EU member state of your habitual residence or place of work, if you consider that HPP has not processed your personal data in accordance with applicable data protection legislation.

9. Principles of Data Security

HPP respects the confidentiality of your personal data. Tangible material containing personal data shall be kept under lock and key in a space to which only separately appointed persons have access. Personal data processed digitally are protected and stored in HPP’s information system accessible to persons on a need-to-know basis only. Such persons have personal user credentials and passwords.

10. Information on Cookies and Similar Technologies

A “Cookie” is a commonly used small text file that the internet browser installs on your computer or other terminal when you visit a website. The browser sends information on your visit back to the website when you revisit it. All contemporary websites use cookies in order to offer you a more personal browsing experience.

Each cookie is separately installed on each terminal you use and cookies can be read only by the server that installed the cookie. Because the cookie is bound to the browser, and is not distributable between separate browsers or terminals in general (unless a browser, plugin or other application separately enable this), your choices relating to the management of cookies are applicable only to each separate browser. A cookie cannot control software, and it cannot be used as a medium for viruses or other malware, nor to harm your terminal of files. A single user cannot be identified solely through the use of cookies or similar technologies.

11. Contacts

All requests concerning the use of the rights mentioned above, questions about this privacy policy and other contacts should be made by e-mail  to the address tietosuoja@hpp.fi. You may also contact us through the contact function on HPP’s website, in person in HPP’s offices or in writing:

HPP Attorneys Ltd
Bulevardi 1 A
00100 Helsinki

If you wish to withdraw your consent for direct marketing, it can be done, for example, by clicking on a link found in each direct marketing message.