Niedermeier & Faulhaber Partnerschaftsgesellschaft mbH (CYBERLEGAL) operates a website with general information. We at CYBERLEGAL pay great attention to the protection of privacy and observe the legal data protection regulations. Below we explain how we handle your personal data.
This data protection declaration was last updated in May 2018 to take account of changes in data protection laws, in particular the GDPR.
Contact for data protection
If you have any questions about data protection, please contact us:
Tel.: +49 89 171 2440099
Fax: +49 89 66002036
Requests that do not contain confidential or sensitive content can be sent by post to the Data Protection Office at the following e-mail address:
CYBERLEGAL collects personal information from you through the use of registration forms. For example, each time you send us an application for employment, register for an event, request for an offer or information, request permission to download a document, enter an online contest, or send us a message through an email response mechanism provided on the CYBERLEGAL Web sites.
We process personal data collected through the CYBERLEGAL websites for the following purposes
- Provision of our services
- Processing of your inquiries and requests
- Suggest/invite access to CYBERLEGAL’s social media accounts
- Proposals/invitations to information events and conferences
- Provision of information about products and services
When you visit one of the CYBERLEGAL websites, we automatically collect information about those visits.
In particular, your browser automatically sends us certain Internet-related information, such as the IP address of the computer you are using.
Cookies are small text files that websites often store on the hard drives of visitors to their websites. They are often used to get websites up and running or to make them more efficient and to provide information to website owners.
There are two main categories of cookies – “First Party Cookies” and “Third Party Cookies”. First-party cookies are cookies that are sent directly from the website operator to your computer and are only used by the website operator to recognize your computer when it visits this website again. Third-party cookies are provided by a service provider on behalf of the website operator and may be used by the service provider to recognize your computer when it visits other websites. Third-party cookies are most commonly used for website analysis or advertising purposes.
This website uses only the following first-party cookies:
|Session-Cookies||JSESSIONID bpsession||These cookies are used to track the session, to know how many users visit the websites and to enable communication with users’ Internet browsers.||
|Preference Cookies||Language||These cookies are used to store information about the country in which users visit the website and prefer the language of the users|
In addition, while browsing the CYBERLEGAL website, you may access embedded media and other external sources that may store cookies. Since cookies may be used or modified by externally embedded media without the knowledge and consent of CYBERLEGAL, we ask you to consult the following links for further information.
The “Help” section of the toolbar of most Internet browsers explains how you can change your browser’s cookie settings, including how your browser notifies you when you receive a new cookie and how you can completely disable cookies. For more information about cookies and how you can control their use, please visit the following third-party educational resources: www.allaboutcookies.org.
We pass on personal data only within our law firm, to legal successors of CYBERLEGAL and to suppliers whom we commission with data processing on our behalf. Under these circumstances, we will share your personal information for purposes such as our legitimate business purposes and to comply with legal obligations.
We maintain security measures to protect against unauthorized disclosure, use, alteration or destruction of the personal information you provide to us through the CYBERLEGAL Web sites. Please note, however, that there is no perfect security on the Internet. Therefore, we strive to protect your personal data, but when data is transmitted over the Internet, it may be viewed and used by unauthorized persons.
We want to make sure that all information we have stored about you is current and correct. If you have any questions about your personal information that CYBERLEGAL has about you in order to obtain a copy or if you have any questions about these practices, please contact the DSB listed at the beginning of this document.
If – despite our efforts to ensure your rights – you wish to complain. You can do this at the Bavarian Data Protection Authority at: https://www.lda.bayern.de/de/beschwerde.html online or via mail/phone to
Bayerisches Landesamt für Datenschutzaufsicht (BayLDA)
Promenade 27 Telefon: +49 (0) 981 53 1300
91522 Ansbach Telefax: +49 (0) 981 53 98 1300
Since the Internet is a global environment, the use of the Internet to collect and process personal data inevitably requires the transmission of data at international level. By visiting the CYBERLEGAL pages and communicating electronically with us, you therefore acknowledge our processing of personal data. However, we strive to protect all personal information collected through the CYBERLEGAL websites in accordance with strict data protection standards.
We may revise this statement at any time without notice to reflect future developments of CYBERLEGAL, the Site or changes in the industry or legal trends. We will publish the revised statement on the website or announce the change on the homepage of the website. You can see when the statement was revised by referring to the “last update” date at the top of this statement. Any changes will take effect upon publication of the revised statement on the website. Your continued use of the Site following such changes will be deemed to constitute your acceptance of such changes. If you do not agree to all or part of the terms of this statement, you may not continue to use the website.