Terms & Conditions

This website is owned by the law firm Mallien-Bourry :

Burg. Venn. BVBA Mallien-Bourry
Landhuisjesstraat 88
E-mail: info@mallien-bourry.be
Company number: BE0598.859.885

The content of this site is purely informative and cannot be used for personal use as part of the services offered by the firm Mallien-Bourry.

In any case Mallien-Bourry cannot be held responsible for any direct or indirect results of the use of this site and the information that have been filed.

Informations that have been filed are protected by intellectual property rights and cannot be reproduced without the written consent of the firm Mallien-Bourry.
Personal data
The law firm Mallien-Bourry takes your rights in data processing seriously. If the user is nevertheless asked for personal information, this information will only be used for purposes that are strictly in line with the services provided by and by the law firm Mallien-Bourry on the basis of the contractual relationship.
The information about you will be communicated to you on request. You can have this corrected or erased if necessary. To this end, it is sufficient to email us at info@mallien-bourry.be. If you do not agree with the way in which the law firm Mallien-Bourry processes your data, you can lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority (www.privacycommission.be - Rue des Printing 35, 1000 Brussels).

Responsible Officer for Data Protection:
The person responsible for the processing is Mr Joachim BOURRY - Landhuisjesstraat 88, B-1180 Brussels. For questions about this statement and our policy you can always contact Joachim BOURRY. For questions that are more than a request for information we can ask you to identify you, so that we can be sure that we provide the requested information and data to the right person.

Mallien-Bourry protects your data and privacy in the following way:
1. Mallien-Bourry applies a set of procedures and guidelines that ensure the security of our data.
2. The definition of roles and responsibilities is clearly defined within the organization. This ensures the correct implementation of these guidelines.
3. Physical security of the premises and application servers where the software and data are located.
4. A multiple backup policy that allows us to ensure the continuity of our operations without prolonged interruption and without loss of data.
5. A logical security plan based on
a. a firewall, proxy server and virus scanner
b. a formalized management of access rights based on roles and responsibilities for both internal users and clients.
6. The availability of a designated person responsible for managing any complaints with impact analysis and priority determination of any incidents and corresponding reaction and diagnostic times.
7. Inclusion in our agreements, work regulations, contracts and documents of the necessary provisions on secrecy and privacy protection with the intention of sensitizing our clients and employees.
8. At the request of the client, the level of service can be agreed in writing and periodic reporting in this respect is possible.
Mallien-Bourry has taken a number of measures to be fully in line with the provisions of the GDPR:
1. Mallien-Bourry has appointed an internal Data Processing Officer (DPO) responsible for data protection and the implementation modalities of the GDPR.
2. A data register is set up for all processing activities of personal data according to the register model made available by the privacy committee.
3. For each of these activities a "Data Protection Impact Assessment" (DPIA) is carried out if necessary.
4. Mallien-Bourry strives to organize its processing in-house and deliberately limits the number of suppliers. Custom agreements are drawn up with each supplier to ensure that the company in question conforms to the rules stipulated in the GDPR.
5. Our employees are informed and trained in the application of these regulations.
6. In our agreements and publications the clause on privacy, security and privacy protection is adapted to the requirements of the GDPR.

When and for what purposes does the law firm Mallien-Bourry collect and process data?
The law firm MALLIEN-BOURRY processes your personal data for the following purposes:
- When you appeal to us as a customer;
- As a customer or as a supplier, when drawing up invoices and other accounting documents. This is the purpose of "accounting" .;
- Because that is or can be important for our activities, for example to be able to call upon your advice or services;
- To comply with the legal obligation that applies to the law firm MALLIEN-BOURRY;
- To represent the vital interests of you or of another natural person;
- For the fulfillment of a task of general interest or of a task in the exercise of the public authority that is (possibly) assigned to the law firm MALLIEN-BOURRY;
- For the defense of the legitimate interests of the law firm MALLIEN-BOURRY or of third parties;
- Processing for archiving purposes in the public interest, scientific or historical research or statistical purposes;
- Handling your (possible) payments
- Sending of our newsletters and (possible) advertising messages
- You can call or e-mail if necessary to carry out our services;
- inform you about changes to our services and products;
- to offer you the possibility to create an account;
- To deliver goods and services to you;
- The law firm MALLIEN-BOURRY also processes personal data if we are legally obliged to do so, such as information that we need for our tax return.

Wich information does the law firm Mallien-Bourry collect and process?
The law firm MALLIEN-BOURRY processes your personal data because of our legally defined powers and obligations, because you use our services and / or because you have provided them yourself.
It is about the information you give us and that we need for the execution of the contract you are calling on us, such as your name, address, e-mail address and professional data, such as company name and VAT number, the data about your family composition and all other data in that respect. Usually you provide us with this information directly, but it is also possible that we obtain this data from another party you work with. The data may also relate to your interests in or plans for a future contract.

Special and / or sensitive personal data that we process:
The law firm MALLIEN-BOURRY processes (possibly) the following special and / or sensitive personal data of you:
- Criminal history, facts or convictions
- Data from people younger than 16 years
- Personal data showing race or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, or membership of a trade union, and processing of genetic data, biometric data for the unique identification of a person, or data on health, or data regarding a person's sexual behavior or sexual orientation.

How does the law firm Mallien-Bourry collect your data?
We collect your data when you complete forms (paper or electronic). Sometimes this happens through a conversation, telephone contact or mail exchange.
Normally we obtain this information directly from you. Sometimes it is also possible that we obtain them indirectly.
It also happens that we obtain your data from third parties. Where we have obtained your data we will then share with you.
What are the bases for the processing of data by the law firm Mallien-Bourry?
In principle, we collect and process your data on the basis of the contractual relationship we have with you as a result of your order and the contract that we conclude with you.

Automated decision-making:
The law firm MALLIEN-BOURRY does not take decisions based on automated processing on matters that can have (significant) consequences for persons.
The processing of the data by our software programs (eg Kleos van Kluwer file management program) complies with the certification of the ISO 27 001 standard.

How long we store personal data:
The law firm MALLIEN-BOURRY does not store your personal data for longer than is strictly necessary to realize the purposes for which your data is collected.

Are the data communicated to third parties?
Your data is mainly processed internally.
Sometimes we are obliged to pass on information about you. This is particularly the case when we are legally obliged to do so or when government bodies that have the right to do so request information from us. In that case, we check whether the conditions for requesting data have been met.
With companies that process your data in our assignment, we conclude a processor agreement to ensure the same level of security and confidentiality of your data.
The law firm MALLIEN-BOURRY remains responsible for these processing operations.
In principle, your data will not be passed on to third countries or international organizations.

Cookies, or similar techniques, that we use:
The law firm MALLIEN-BOURRY only uses technical and functional cookies, and analytical cookies that do not infringe your privacy.
You can opt out of cookies by setting your internet browser so that it does not store cookies anymore.
In addition, you can also delete all information previously saved via the settings of your browser.

View, modify or delete data:
You have the right in principle to view, correct or delete your personal data. You also have the right to withdraw your consent to the data processing or to object to the processing of your personal data by the law firm MALLIEN-BOURRY and you have the right to data portability.
You can send a request for access, correction, deletion, data transfer of your personal data or request for cancellation of your consent or objection to the processing of your personal data to info@mallien-bourry.be.
To ensure that the request for access has been made by you, we ask you to send a copy of your ID with the request. Make your passport photo, MRZ (machine readable zone, the strip with numbers at the bottom of the passport), passport number and citizen service number (BSN) black in this copy. We ask you to prevent your data from being communicated to someone who is not entitled to it.
The law firm MALLIEN-BOURRY wants to respond as soon as possible, but within thirty days, at your request.
You must bear in mind that the law firm MALLIEN-BOURRY will not be obliged to comply with your request for inspection, correction, deletion or transfer. This is because of our legal obligations, reasons of general interest (preservation, statistical analysis, scientific or historical research), for the establishment, exercise or substantiation of a legal claim or the legitimate exercise of the right to freedom of expression and / or information.
The law firm MALLIEN-BOURRY also wants to point out that you have the possibility to file a complaint with the national supervisor. This can be done through the following contact details:

Commission for the protection of privacy
Drukpersstraat 35, 1000 Brussels
 +32 (0) 2 274 48 00
 +32 (0) 2 274 48 35

The law firm Mallien-Bourry reserves the right to change this statement and / or this policy. Changes will be reported to users via the website.