Terms & Conditions
Accessing www.baditasipop.ro for any purposes obliges any user (Visitor) to the unconditional acceptance of the following Terms and Conditions:
The Website offers to any of the Visitors the possibility to access the content provided on this platform intended only for the personal use.
The aim of this website is to inform the Visitors and to present the range of the services B&P provides. The Visitorswill find information with respect to B&P team and the activities performed on the legal services market.
The communication established through this website between the legal representatives of B&P and Visitors, as well as any information presented herewith, is not in any way binding to B&P or Visitors.
Visitors emailing or posting a question electronically do not by any standards benefit from Client status with our company. These communications will be regarded as requests for direct contact. Any answer to any question posed by a visitor of the website is to be regarded as an invitation to direct communication. Should a Visitor wish to become Client of our company, he/she is asked to contact one of B&P’s representatives. Please note that the information on this website is not provided in the course of an attorney-client relationship and the communication established through this website does not constitute legal advice or consultancy, therefore B&P does not accept any kind of responsibility for any loss which may arise from reliance on information, materials published on this website or communications.
When B&P is involved in a communication with the Visitor, it is possible that some Visitors’ personal informations to be used such as in the case of a direct contact using the website email form. It is a legitimate interest for B&P to be able to provide Visitors with appropriate responses and to provide them with informations about the legal services or other legal matters. In these situations, Visitors are not to send via email any confidential questions, data or documents and Visitors must agree not to use the website to transmit any information or personal data relating to a third party.
Acknowledgement of ownership:
All information presented on the pages of the website www.baditasipop.ro is protected by Romanian and international legislation. Copyright belongs to "BADITA & POP – Societate Civila de Avocati" entirely as B&P is the exclusive owner of all intellectual property rights over the content of this website.No portion of the content of the website may be reproduced, distributed or published in any form or by any means, without prior written approval from B&P.
Any fraud will entail civil and/or criminal responsibility of the perpetrator, as stated by the law.
For objective reasons, some of the information presented on this website (e.g. legislation, job positions) can, at some point, become obsolete. B&P shall not be made liable by potential damages caused by such unconformities.
This website may contain links to websites and other resources that are not the property of B&P and therefore, B&P has no control over these websites and their resources. B&P shall not be liable for the availability of such websites, nor for their content, information or other materials available on these websites.
B&P shall not be responsible for any loss incurred, any moral or patrimonial damages caused or connected to any content, services, information or other materials available on the website.
Any information presented on the website can be altered without prior notification.
Visitors who apply for any position advertised on the Carrers page, must acknowledge that any information provided to B&P will be used solely for considering the application in the recruitment process. By accepting to send a curriculum vitae via e-mail, B&P does not verify its content, does not automatically accept the application or make an offer of employment. A direct contact with B&P’s representatives is mandatory to achieve the position advertised.
B&P respects the privacy of Visitors and is committed to being transparent about the tracking technologies it uses.
The cookies that www.baditasipop.ro uses do not contain any information that personally identifies the visitors. The cookies used on this website include:
-cookies which are strictly necessary for access and navigation;
This type of cookies is used for the functionally of the website and to deliver all of the website services.
-cookies (performance cookies) to track website usage;
The main reason for using this type of cookies is to fully acknowledge the total number of visitors to the website and their preferences. This allows to better understand the users' needs and to provide website experience directed towards users’ legal interests.
-cookies that remember visitors choices (functionality cookies).
Visitors’ privacy is one of the fundamental commitments of B&P.
Therefore, B&P takes outmost care to process the personal data in accordance with the principles set forth in the Data Protection legislation applicable in Romania, EU Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC - GDPR.
B&P is processing personal data only as an obligation imposed by the law or by the statute governing the legal profession.
B&P takes the security of Visitors’ personal data and informations seriously and uses appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect these informations against unauthorized or unlawful processing and against accidental loss, destruction or damage.
Access to the general content on this website does not require you to provide any personal informations (e.g., name, date of birth), contact details (e.g., email address, phone number) or to create an account (username/password).
We reserve the right to send our registered visitors electronic communications as their registration in our database is considered to be a written agreement in this direction. Law no. 506/2004 is thus observed and correspondence initiated by our company cannot be considered unsolicited.
B&P uses the Visitors’ relevant personal data and contact details collected through this website in order to prepare and provide the services requested and to communicate relevant legal business-related matters only in the following cases:
Regular Visitors of the website:
B&P uses the personal data collected from the Visitors of the website in order to monitor the traffic and improve the content of the website.
This data processing activity is based on our legitimate interest to ensure the proper functioning of the website and to constantly improve it.
The categories of data processed in this manner are the time and date of the access of the website and the IP addresses used by Visitor for their access.
Subscribers to the newsletters:
B&P uses the Visitors details in order to provide the subscriber with the electronic form of the newsletters on legal news and updates that can be relevant for the subscriber. This data processing is possible only if the Visitor has subscribed and given the express consent to such processing. The Visitor can always withdraw the consent by expressing the option of not receiving the newsletters in the future by clicking “Unsubscribe” when receiving the electronic communications.
This data processing activity is based on the legitimate interest of B&P of informing the Visitors about the relevant news in the legal area of activity.
The categories of data processed in this manner are: name, e-mail, phone, fax, address, as well as other personal data Visitors may provide directly.
Job applicants through the Careers page:
B&P uses the personal data of the applicants contained in the CVs received in order to assess the qualifications of the senders for the open position within the company.
This data processing activity is based on the grounds of entering into a job agreement.
The categories of data processed in this manner are name, e-mail, phone, fax, address, personal data included in CVs, education and training details, professional qualifications, as well as other personal data the applicant may provide directly.