1. Who is responsible for processing the personal data submitted on this website?
Mouteira Guerreiro, Rosa Amaral & Associados – Sociedade de Advogados, SP RL (hereinafter, “MGRA”) is responsible for the treatment of personal data submitted through the site www.mgra.pt (the “Site”).

As the responsible for the treatment of your personal data, MGRA ensures that they will be treated only within the scope of the purposes for which they were obtained, being that it only collects, uses and preserves the minimum personal data, necessary and sufficient for the purposes in question.

2. In what situations may I submit personal data?
Personal data may be submitted directly by the User on the Site, in any of the following cases:

A. On the “Contacts” page, in order to formulate any question.
B. On the “Applications” page, in order to submit applications in MGRA recruitment processes.
C. For the sending of “E-Legal”, MGRA’s monthly newsletter.

3. What are the purposes of processing personal data?

A. In case you contact MGRA directly for any kind of clarification and by your free initiative, your personal data will be used to the extent necessary to satisfy your request, and may also be used for any pre-contractual steps within the scope of legal services.
B. Should you contact MGRA directly in order to participate in the recruitment process, your personal data will be used within the recruitment periods immediately following the data submission date. The processing of such data is legitimized by MGRA’s interest in carrying out a detailed analysis of the technical and personal skills of the professionals that may join the firm, as well as by the interest shown by the User in joining MGRA’s team of Lawyers.
C. Within the scope of the relationship with its Clients and in accordance with the legal and contractual obligations arising from such relationship, MGRA will keep the personal data necessary for the rendering of legal advisory services. Additionally, and within the scope of this service provision, you may receive “E-Legal”, a legal tool that aims to keep you informed about the legal actuality in Portugal, according to the interests of MGRA Clients.

4. What is the conservation period of personal data?
Your personal data may be kept for the appropriate period to fulfill the respective purposes.

In case your relationship with MGRA ceases, your personal data may continue to be conserved, for the period strictly necessary for the fulfillment of the legal obligations to which MGRA is bound in the scope of its activity.

5. How is the personal data protected?
The protection of the privacy and of the personal data of its Clients is a priority of MGRA. The treatment of your data obeys to high standards of security and confidentiality, according to the applicable legislation and good market practices.

For this purpose, MGRA uses a set of technologies and security procedures aiming the protection of your data, preventing, among others, its unauthorized disclosure, through appropriate physical and technological security measures.

Our employees are aware of their responsibility to keep their personal data safe, being bound to confidentiality obligations.

6. Are personal data transmitted to third parties?
No. Your personal data may only be transmitted to third parties that provide MGRA with computer support services, as well as for the fulfillment of legal obligations and/or decisions of judicial and administrative authorities that may be imposed on you.

In other cases and unless previously authorized in writing, your personal data will not be transmitted to any third parties.

7. What rights can I exercise as owner of the personal data?
Under the terms of the applicable legislation, you have the right to request with MGRA the access, rectification, erasure, and limitation of treatment.

The exercise of these rights may be done directly through the e-mail comunicacao@mgra.pt.

You may also use this e-mail address to clarify other issues, as well as write directly to the address of any of our offices.

This Privacy Policy was updated in July 2020 and MGRA reserves the right to change it at any time, according to the applicable legislation.