1.Responsible for the protection of personal data.
Avila y Lozano S.C. (ALR), with address at 2475 Lázaro Cárdenas Avenue, Office B1, Colonia Residencial San Agustín, San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León, C.P. 66260, is responsible for the treatment of the personal data obtained from its clients, and other persons interested in receiving information about its services, in terms of the provisions of articles 3º fraction XIV and 37 fraction III of the Federal Law of Protection of Personal Data in Possession of Individuals from now on (THE LAW) and 70 of the Regulations of the LAW, from now on (THE REGULATIONS).
2.Personal Data We Collect.
ALR may collect from its customers, and persons interested in information about its services: general personal data such as names, e-mails, telephone numbers, physical address, Federal Register of Taxpayers, which we inform you, in accordance with the provisions of Articles 16 and 17 of the LAW, that your personal data will be used for the following purposes essentially:
(i) To provide our clients with professional services of representation, advice and legal sponsorship that they have contracted, to carry out the necessary procedures for the services of representation, advice and legal sponsorship and to inform about the situation and state of the matters entrusted to ALR and processed that are carried out in their name and representation;
(ii) To provide our clients with information for the invoicing of the services requested by our clients;
(iii) To provide information that is required on the characteristics of the various services offered by the firm; To send quotes to those persons who are interested in our services;
(iv) To share information about our services, as well as events, through our website and social networks; and to perform the evaluation of our services;
(v) To give attention to our clients, to clarify doubts or complaints that exist about our services; To contact our clients, in case they request it, through the contact messages sent through our web site, e-mail, or through social networks;
(vi) To confirm or correct the information we have, in order to guarantee the best personalized attention to our clients; To notify you, if applicable, of changes to this privacy notice.
The ALR will treat the personal data provided to it by its clients and interested parties with complete confidentiality and due care. All our lawyers and administrative staff are trained and committed to protecting personal data in terms of the LAW. The ALR will take all necessary steps to keep the personal information of its clients and stakeholders secure.
3.Transfer of personal data.
The ALR may use the data obtained from its clients to provide you with a better service. This, for all purposes permitted by the LAW in terms of the provisions of Article 37 of the LAW.
All our processes are continuously monitored in order to give the adequate handling and protection to your information. As a general rule, ALR will only disclose personal data in accordance with the laws in force that regulate its activities (fiscal, labor, social security, consumer protection, requirements of judicial authority, etc.), based on a legal order.
Outside these cases, the ALR will not disclose any personal information to other individuals or companies who intend to sell products or services to its customers or interested parties.
4.Use of Images.
At some of the events organised by the ALR, images taken of people attending these events, as well as those shared by those who join our social networks, may be used in order to document the activities taking place at these events. The ALR may use, print, reproduce and publish such image(s) in print, electronic media, newsletters, yearbooks and publications, in all their manifestations, performances, editions, phonograms or videograms, and in their broadcasts and will do so only for informational and journalistic purposes in terms of Article 87 of the Federal Copyright Law.
In the event that your image is to be used for advertising and/or commercial purposes, this situation will always be notified to you by the ALR and your authorization and consent will be requested.
5.Options and means to limit the use and disclosure of personal data.
In accordance with the provisions of article 16, section III of the Law, if you wish to limit the use and disclosure of your personal data for marketing or advertising purposes, you may register free of charge with the Public Registry to Avoid Advertising (REPEP), in charge of the Federal Consumer Protection Agency (PROFECO), which is the agency responsible for this area. profeco.gob.mx/index.jsp, in accordance with the provisions of Articles 18 and 18 Bis of the Federal Consumer Protection Act; or you podrá́ at any time send an email to the address: firstname.lastname@example.org, requesting to stop being contacted for marketing or advertising purposes.
6.Revocation of the consent and exercise of rights of Access, Rectification, Cancellation and Opposition (ARCO).
In accordance with the provisions of the Federal Law on Protection of Personal Data in Possession of Individuals, you may request access, rectification, cancellation (ARCO RIGHTS) to the use of personal data that have been provided to the person responsible, or revoke the consent you have given, provided that the law allows it. Your request will be attended by our Privacy Officer, C. Rosa Elia Berrones García, through the e-mail address email@example.com
To exercise your rights of Access, Rectification, Cancellation and Opposition (RIGHTS OF ARC), as well as to revoke your consent, you must follow the following procedure:
Send an e-mail to the address firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your full name, the legal or commercial relationship you have with ALR, (if you are a client, a user of the website, social networks, etc.) and the type of right you wish to exercise.
Precisely identify the data you are requesting access to, rectification, cancellation or opposition to, or those you wish to revoke your consent for, by attaching official identification (Voting card or passport) in order to prove your identity or the personality with which you are making the request, to be sent to the e-mail address indicated in the previous paragraph and those documents that are relevant and justify the request in question may be attached.
Once your application has been received, an acknowledgement of receipt will be sent to you with the corresponding date of receipt. If it does not comply with the legal requirements, within five working days following its receipt, you will be required to correct your application within a period of ten days.
In case your application has been sent on a Saturday, Sunday or a non-working day, it may be received as of the working day following the one on which it was sent.
Your request will be answered via e-mail within twenty working days from the date of acknowledgement of receipt. This term may be extended by twenty additional days when there are reasons to do so. The owner of the ARCO right shall be notified of this situation in accordance with the provisions of Article 97 of THE REGULATIONS.
In case your application is appropriate according to THE LAW and other applicable laws, access will be granted, your data will be rectified or cancelled, your right of opposition will be made effective or your consent will be considered revoked, within fifteen days following the date on which your application is answered. This period may be extended for an additional fifteen days when there are reasons that justify it, this situation will be notified to the owner of the ARCO right in accordance with the provisions of Article 97 of THE REGULATIONS.
In all cases in which your application is appropriate, in terms of the provisions of Articles 32, 33, 34 and 35 of THE LAW, the delivery of personal data will be free through the email address that the holder of the rights ARCO indicates for such purposes, in case you require that the information is delivered in a different way should only cover the costs generated by the shipment, storage or reproduction of them.
7.Complaints and denunciations for the improper treatment of your personal data.
If you consider that your right to protection of personal data has been violated by any action of our lawyers or administrative staff, or if you suppose that in the treatment of your personal data there is any violation of the provisions of the LAW, you may file the corresponding complaint or denunciation with the National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (INAI), through its official channels, which can be seen on its web page http://inicio.inai.org.mx/
If you have any questions about the content or scope of this notice, or require further information regarding the processing of your information, you may contact the Privacy Officer, via e-mail at email@example.com.
9.Changes and Modifications to the Privacy Notice.
This Privacy Notice is effective as of July 1, 2020 and may be modified at the discretion of the responsible party in terms of applicable regulations. Any modification to this Privacy Notice will be communicated by the responsible party through the publication of the new Privacy Notice which you may request at our offices.
Last update, July 1, 2020.