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Privacy notice

This privacy notice includes information about how Solstice Attorneys processes personal data. All personal data is processed under this Privacy Notice and in accordance with applicable legislation in India including the General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679; the “GDPR“) and Indian Information Technology act” (IT act, 2001).

Solstice Attorneys Notice includes the following information:

1. Registrar and responsible person contacts details
2. Collection of the personal data and the purpose thereof
3. Data processing
4. Transfer and disclosure of the personal data

1. Registrar and responsible person contact details

The Registrar is Solstice Attorneys, Sector 134, Noida- 201304 Noida. The responsible contact person is Anil K Giri / tel. +91 9716494866

2. Collection of the personal data and the purpose thereof

Solstice Attorneys collects data through the following channels and for the following purposes:

– News, publications and events activities:

When signing up to an email list or registering to a seminar or event organized by Solstice Attorneys, the information provided is used for the purpose of arranging the event, as well as for marketing and other communications. The personal data is used for these purposes until informed that such information is no longer wanted. This can be done at any time by clicking the “unsubscribe” button in any of our send outs or by contacting us at email address This use of the personal data is based on our legitimate interest in marketing our services or keeping in touch with various stakeholders.

The personal data used is the data that has been provided to Solstice Attorneys, namely names, , email-address, and other information. In connection with events where the food is served, also dietary and other preferences may be collected at the request.

Any such data disclosed will be deleted unless there is a reason to use the data under Data Protection Law.

– Client information:

Solstice Attorneys collects information provided by or on behalf of the clients or generated by us in the course of providing services to our clients. This collection of data is based on our legitimate interest as an Intellectual Property firm when providing professional services.
Solstice Attorneys also uses personal data collected in connection with client matters to fulfill the assignments instructed by the clients. The personal data collected relates to identification, contact details and matter-related background information provided by the clients, their representatives or their counterparties.

Solstice Attorneys will store personal data related to the client matters for as long as it is required to fulfill the agreed assignment under applicable legislation or the Rules of the Association of Finnish Patent Attorneys.

In some cases the personal data have been supplemented by information retrieved from other sources, including searches via publicly available search engines, sector specific newsletters, social media and client’s website, for the purpose of completing the proper handling of the professional assignment.

3. Data processing

Solstice Attorneys will only process personal data for the purposes for which it was collected and as set out above, and personal data will only be available to authorized employees holding a position that requires them to process personal data to perform their work. Personal data is not processed for no longer than is necessary for the particular purpose. We fully comply with our statutory retention obligations and our internal retention time policies.

Solstice Attorneys has taken appropriate technical and organizational measures to keep personal data secure to ensure that only authorized persons are given access to the personal data. We also have internal policies in place for secure processing of personal data.

4. Transfer and disclosure of the personal data

Solstice Attorneys will not disclose personal data to any third parties unless required to do so under applicable laws, to prepare for legal proceedings or defend a claim, or to perform services for our clients.

However, the personal data may be transferred to and processed by third-party providers (sub-contractors) which perform services for Solstice Attorneys to enable these companies to perform the services requested by Solstice Attorneys

Only personal data that is necessary to fulfill the purposes stated above will be provided to these companies. All third-party providers (sub-contractors) must follow the instructions and applicable agreements that are in place between Solstice Attorneys and its third-party providers (sub-contractors), and must implement appropriate technical and organizational measures for the protection of the personal data.

To request access to their personal data. This includes e.g. the right to be informed whether or not personal data is being processed, what personal data is being processed, and the purpose of the processing. This includes also the right to request that inaccurate or incomplete personal data be corrected.

To opt-out from marketing at any time any marketing material is sent. This can be also done at any time by contacting

If you have any questions regarding the processing of personal data by Solstice Attorneys, please feel free to contact

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