Privacy policy

A. Pream­ble

Law firm Bruckschweiger, Gstoehl, König, Mumelter, Rebholz, Wolff, Zech­berger („paragraph7“), Land­strasse 60, 9490 Vaduz, Liecht­en­stein process infor­ma­tion and personal data that refer to you. Basi­cally, such infor­ma­tion is processed by paragraph7 in the context of exist­ing or intended busi­ness rela­tions, includ­ing the use of websites. paragraph7 seeks the best possi­ble protec­tion of your personal data.

This Data Protec­tion Policy describes the process­ing of personal data in connec­tion with the provi­sion of services by paragraph7 and their websites. The basis of this Policy is the GDPR, the Data Protec­tion Act (DPA) and the rele­vant special statu­tory provisions.

B. Personal Data

Personal data is any infor­ma­tion by which a natural person can be directly or indi­rectly iden­ti­fied. This includes, for exam­ple, name, address, e‑mail address, tele­phone number, date of birth, age, gender and tax iden­ti­fi­ca­tion number. Sensi­tive data (a specially protected kind of data), such as health data or data related to crim­i­nal proceed­ings, is also included.

paragraph7 collects, processes and uses your personal data exclu­sively in accor­dance with the require­ments of Art 5 and Art 6 GDPR (perfor­mance of a contract, legal oblig­a­tion, vital inter­est or consent of the data subject). Only that personal data is collected which is neces­sary for the perfor­mance and process­ing of our services or which is volun­tar­ily provided by you.

C. Use of Personal Data

paragraph7 is subject to occu­pa­tional confi­den­tial­ity and secrecy require­ments, which can be derived from data protec­tion law, contract law or occu­pa­tional secrecy regu­la­tions. When process­ing personal data, the paragraph7 is bound by these require­ments. Personal data is processed (i) for the perfor­mance of a contract, (ii) for compli­ance with our legal or regu­la­tory duties, (iii) for the pursuit of our legit­i­mate inter­ests and (iv) for observ­ing public-inter­est require­ments (such as the preven­tion or detec­tion of crim­i­nal offenses).

Limi­ta­tion of liabil­ity for exter­nal links

This website contains exter­nal links (connec­tions to websites belong­ing to third parties). By click­ing on these links, the user may be redi­rected away from the website of paragraph7 or content from other websites may be shown within the website of paragraph7. paragraph7 and its contrac­tual part­ners assume no respon­si­bil­ity for the topi­cal­ity, complete­ness and accu­racy of the content contained on websites linked to from this website. It is the owner of the respec­tive website who is respon­si­ble for the content and accu­racy of the infor­ma­tion published on third-party websites. Law firm Bruckschweiger, Gstoehl, König, Mumelter, Rebholz, Wolff, Zech­berger bears no respon­si­bil­ity for such websites.

D. Your Rights

With regard to your personal data being processed you have the follow­ing rights, which you can assert by send­ing an accord­ing message to the e‑mail address office@​paragraph7.​com:

  • Right to Infor­ma­tion: You have the right to request infor­ma­tion about your personal data that is stored by paragraph 7.
  • Right to Recti­fi­ca­tion or Erasure: You have the right to request, in writ­ing and free of charge, the recti­fi­ca­tion or erasure of your personal data, inso­far as these are incor­rect or stored or processed with­out good reason. Your request for recti­fi­ca­tion or erasure will be processed upon receipt within a reason­able time. Erasure may be prevented by legal regu­la­tions. In such a case, paragraph 7 will process your personal data only to the extent neces­sary to comply with the statu­tory requirements.
  • Right of Objec­tion or Cancel­la­tion: You have the right to object in writ­ing, in whole or in part, to the process­ing of your personal data or to cancel your consent to the process­ing of such data. In such a case, paragraph 7 will process your personal data only to the extent neces­sary to comply with the statu­tory requirements.
  • Right to Restric­tion: You have the right to restrict the process­ing of your personal data with regard to the trans­mis­sion of such data to third parties. Such restric­tion may conflict with legal regu­la­tions. In such a case, the paragraph 7 will only trans­mit your personal data to third parties to the extent neces­sary to comply with the statu­tory requirements.
  • Right of Complaint: You have the right to file a complaint with the compe­tent Liecht­en­stein super­vi­sory author­ity. You may also contact another super­vi­sory author­ity of an EU or EEA Member State, for exam­ple at your place of resi­dence or work or at the place of the alleged infringement.

The contact details of the Data Protec­tion Author­ity in Liecht­en­stein are as follows:

Liecht­en­stein Data Protec­tion Authority
Städ­tle 38, Post­fach, FL-9490 Vaduz
Tele­fon: +423 236 60 90
E‑Mail: info.​dss@​llv.​li

E. Trans­mis­sion of Personal Data to Third Parties

Personal data collected as part of the busi­ness activ­i­ties of paragraph 7 is gener­ally not disclosed to third parties​.In order to fulfill busi­ness assign­ments, it is however possi­ble that your personal data is forwarded to third parties due to process­ing require­ments or statu­tory provisions.

Data is only trans­ferred to coun­tries outside the Euro­pean Economic Area (so-called third coun­tries) within the context of adequacy deci­sions of the Euro­pean Commis­sion or if this is neces­sary for the imple­men­ta­tion of pre-contrac­­tual measures or the perfor­mance of a contract, if you have given us your express consent (e.g. within the context of specific services), if the trans­fer is neces­sary for impor­tant reasons of public inter­ests or is stip­u­lated by law.

F. Protec­tion of Personal Data

paragraph 7 takes appro­pri­ate tech­ni­cal and orga­ni­za­tional measures to protect any personal data from loss, unau­tho­rized access or misuse, both in terms of data process­ing and data stor­age and in rela­tion to their inter­net presence.

Notwith­stand­ing the data protec­tion measures taken, you must be aware that data trans­mis­sion on the Inter­net – this is true both for websites and e‑mail services – involves uncon­trolled and cross-border trans­mis­sion. Even if the sender and the recip­i­ent are in the same coun­try, cross-border data trans­mis­sion may be involved. There­fore, paragraph 7 cannot guar­an­tee the confi­den­tial­ity of data trans­mit­ted on the internet.

G. Personal Data Storage

The paragraph 7’ systems required for data process­ing are located in Liecht­en­stein. The data trans­mit­ted by you will be kept for at least six months and stored for as long as it is oper­a­tionally neces­sary or required by law.

H. Contact

For ques­tions about data protec­tion and data process­ing, please contact the paragraph 7 in writ­ing. You can contact our Data Protec­tion Offi­cer as follows:

Attor­neys at Law

Bruckschweiger, Gstoehl, König, Mumelter, Rebholz, Wolff, Zech­berger („paragraph7“)
Land­strasse 60, Post­fach 343, 9490 Vaduz, Liechtenstein

T +423 220 20 00
F +423 220 20 01