This Privacy and Cookie Policy (“Policy”) has been developed to respect the privacy and security of Users of the website at (“Website”). This Policy describes how the Website works and how personal data are handled and how information about the Website Users is collected and processed. The current version of this Policy is published on the Website.

This Website is run by Joanna Świątek, Attorney-at-Law, practising under the business name: Kancelaria Radcy Prawnego Joanna Świątek / Joanna Świątek Attorney-at-Law Office, ul. Różana 27/40, 20-538 Lublin, Poland; NIP: 7171725239.


“User” or “you”, “your” means anyone using the Website.

“Personal data” mean all information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person who can be identified by reference to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person, including the device IP, location data, an online identifier and information collected through cookies and other similar technology, which are processed in relation to the use of this Website.

“Processing” means operations which are performed on personal data such as collection, recording, storage, adaptation, alteration, making available, creating backup copies and other as necessary for the use of this Website.


Personal data of Users may be processed in the operation of this Website as set out in this Policy. Personal data are processed in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act of 10 May 2018 (Dz.U.2018.1000) and Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (“GDPR”) and other legislation supplementing or superseding the above regulations.

Joanna Świątek, Attorney-at-Law, practising under the business name Kancelaria Radcy Prawnego Joanna Świątek / Joanna Świątek Attorney-at-Law Office, ul. Różana 27/40, 20-538 Lublin, Poland; NIP: 7171725239 (“Joanna Świątek, Att.-at-Law”) is the Controller of personal data.

Joanna Świątek, Att.-at-Law may share personal data with entities working with her, including but not limited to marketing and IT service providers, and with other entities authorised to access personal data under the applicable laws and regulations.


Information about you, including in particular information about your activities on the Website and your IP address, are automatically collected while using this Website. That information may be collected through the use of cookies. In addition, you may voluntarily provide your personal information such as your name, company and email address to submit an inquiry via the contact form provided on the Website.

Data about Users are processed for the following purposes:

1) for legitimate interests pursued by Joanna Świątek, Att.-at-Law, specifically in ensuring the security, development and optimised operation of the Website, improving the quality of services, defending rights and recovering claims and carrying out marketing and publicity activities, under Article 6(1)(f) GDPR; and

2) for compliance with legal obligations to which Joanna Świątek, Att.-at-Law is subject, under Article 6(1)(c) GDPR.


You have the right to request at any time access to, rectification or erasure of your personal data or restriction of data processing about you, or data portability and the right to complain to the supervisory authority, i.e. the President of the Office of Personal Data Protection.

Additionally, you have the right to object at any time to data processing about you, to the extent that such processing is based on legitimate interests pursued by Joanna Świątek, Att.-at-Law. If you object, Joanna Świątek, Att.-at-Law will no longer be able to process your personal data, unless she can demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for processing your personal data which override your interests, rights and freedoms, or grounds for the assertion, exercise or defence of legal claims. For personal data processed for direct marketing purposes, your objection will result in your personal data no longer being processed for these purposes, without you being required to cite your particular circumstances or Joanna Świątek, Att.-at-Law being able to show compelling reasons for further processing of your personal data for these purposes.


Your personal data will be processed for as long as you use this Website or for as long as it is necessary to achieve the purposes for which your personal data are collected. In addition, your personal data will be retained for a period during which claims are settled, if any, or such claims could arise and have not become time-barred.


This Website uses text files known as “cookies” (“Cookies”) on the hard drive of your computer or other device that you use. Cookies store information necessary for online services to work properly, especially those that use authentication mechanisms. Cookies are responsible for the proper operation of this Website and the services available on this Website. Cookies allow to analyse User activity on the Website. Cookies can be session-based cookies (lasting in the browser and on your device until you leave the Website) or persistent cookies (lasting in the browser and on your device for a period set in the file parameters or until manually deleted, and created or updated, e.g. on each visit to the Website).

Cookies used by this Website collect information about Users. The information so collected is only used for the purposes of ensuring the proper operation of this Website and for the analytical, statistical and marketing purposes and also in order to tailor content to your preferences.

By starting to use this Website without having changed the settings of the device and software you use to access this Website so that no Cookies will be accepted, you agree to receive unique Cookies that will be placed on your computer or other device to ensure the proper operation of this Website and for further purposes for which they are used. Cookies may be created and saved in the memory of your device both by this Website and by third-party systems linked to this Website.

If you do not want to receive Cookies, you may change your browser settings. However, if you disable Cookies which are necessary for authentication and security and for your preferences to remain known, this may affect your user experience and in some cases prevent you from using this Website.


For any questions about this Policy, the terms of use for this Website and issues of personal data protection, contact us using the contact details below or the contact form provided.