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This website is owned and operated by Warner Goodman LLP (“we”, "us”, “our”). Your use of our website is subject to the following terms and conditions. If you do not agree to these conditions, you must not use our website.
Who we are
Warner Goodman LLP is a firm of solicitors based in the UK that is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. We are a limited liability partnership and our registered office is Portland Chambers 66 West Street, Fareham PO16 0JR. We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for providing investment advice. If you wish to make a complaint, please contact the Legal Ombudsman.
To the fullest extent permitted by law:
- We provide our website on an ‘as is’ basis and make no representations or warranties of any kind with respect to the website or its contents. We make no representations or warranties about the accuracy, completeness, or suitability for any purpose of the information and related graphics published on our website- you accept that nothing on our website constitutes legal advice;
- We accept no liability for any losses or damages or expenses of any kind including without limitation compensatory, direct, indirect or consequential damages, loss of data, income or profit, loss of or damage to property, or claims by third parties howsoever arising in connection with your use of our website, or your reliance upon the contents of our website including but not limited to computer service or system failure, access delays or interruption, data non-delivery or mis-delivery, computer viruses or other harmful components, breaches of security or unauthorised use of the system arising from “hacking” or otherwise. This limitation shall extend to all our directors and employees;
- No warranty is given that our website is free from infection by viruses or anything else that has contaminating or destructive properties. You are solely responsible for maintaining adequate protective measures on your operating system against such destructive items.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, none of the exclusions and limitations in this clause are intended to limit any rights you may have as a consumer under local law or other statutory rights which may not be excluded nor in any way to exclude or limit our liability to you for fraudulent misrepresentation or death or personal injury resulting from our negligence or that of our employees or agents.
We are not responsible for the content or availability of any website which you can link through from our website. We therefore disclaim all liability in respect of such contents. We do not authorise you to deep link to or to frame any of the content that appears on our website or to use a representation of any of our business names or logos, trade marks, brand names contained on this website. We reserve the right to prohibit links to our website without our prior written permission.
Copyright and Trade marks
The contents of our website including designs, text, graphics and photographs are the copyright of Warner Goodman LLP and/or our third party licensors. You are permitted as a private user to use our website for your own personal use. However we reserve the right to take any action to enforce our rights. Warner Goodman LLP and/or our third party licensors are the owners of the trade marks appearing on this website and all associated trade names and logos unless stated to the contrary.
Privacy (transparency) notice pursuant to General Data Protection Regulation Arts 13 and 14
As a firm of solicitors we obtain and process personal data in different ways depending upon the purpose of the processing and way in which we obtained your personal data.
In most circumstances your data will only be processed within the UK or EEA. If for any reason we need to have your data processed elsewhere we will (unless prevented by eg client confidentiality) inform you of that, any privacy risks involved and what we have done to minimise those risks.
You can at any time ask us to tell you what personal data relating to you we hold.
You also have the right to ask us to rectify your data if it is inaccurate, erase it or restrict the processing of it. In some circumstances you can ask us to provide it to you in a format which would allow you to transfer it digitally to another.
Where we have requested and you have given us consent to process your data you may withdraw that consent at any time.
Were our business to be sold all your data would be transferred to the purchaser so that they could use it in the same way as we do now.
If you are at all concerned about our processing of your data please let us know by contacting our Data Protection Officer Andy Munden on email@example.com. You may also complain about it to the Office of the Information Commissioner (“ICO”).
If you are an individual client click here.
If you are a third party, or you are an individual whose details are being used in relation to someone else’s matter, click here.
If you are an individual who deals with us in your role within your organisation click here.
Purpose. We process your data in order to act for you and so that we can contact you, bill you and collect payment from you.
Legitimate Interest. We have a legitimate interest in doing that and it is also necessary to allow us to fulfil our contractual obligations to you.
Marketing. If we were to use your data in order to send you marketing material about services other than those that we have previously provided, or discussed with you, we will only do so with your consent. That consent can be withdrawn by you at any time.
Those with whom we share it. All our digital data is stored off site at a secure “server farm”. Otherwise your data is only shared with those with whom we have to share it for the purposes of your matter or your contract with us—for example HM Land Registry, the Courts, your barrister, your mortgagee, insurance company or the other people involved in your transaction.
Retention. Your data will be retained in our systems for as long as we hold your file after completion of the matter. Further information on this can be found in your terms of engagement letter and the accompanying terms of business.
Why we need your data. Without your data we would not have the information necessary to be able to act for you.
Where we get it. Most of your data held by us will have come from you. Some may have been obtained from eg an involved estate agent or public registers or other people and organisations involved in your matter.
Purpose. We process your data only where it is necessary in connection with a client matter. Perhaps because we need to contact you, you are a witness, the other party to a case or transaction, or eg a beneficiary under a will.
Legitimate Interest. We have a legitimate interest in doing that. We do not need your consent for that processing.
Marketing. We will not use your data for marketing purposes unless we first obtain your consent. You can withdraw that consent at any time.
Those with whom we share it. All our digital data is stored off site at a secure “server farm”. Otherwise your data is only shared with those with whom we have to share it for the purposes of the matter we are conducting for our client—for example the Courts, our client’s barrister, his mortgagee, insurance company or the other people involved in the matter.
Retention. Your data will be retained in our systems for as long as we hold the relevant file after completion of the matter. Further information on this can be found in your terms of engagement letter and the accompanying terms of business.
Why we need your data. We need your data to allow us to conduct the matter on which our client has instructed us.
Where we got it. Your data will have been provided to us by you, by our client, or by other people involved in our client’s matter.
Purpose. We process your data to enable us to contact you in your role within your organisation and in order to record any information that you provide to us. That contact may include sending you a newsletter or marketing material but only if they are relevant to your role. We may also need to use it in order that we can recommend the goods and services of your organisation to others.
Legitimate Interest. We have a legitimate interest in using your data for those purposes. We do not need your consent. You can however at any time tell us that you do not wish to us to contact you again at all, or that you do not wish to receive marketing material.
Those with whom we share it. All our digital data is stored off site at a secure “server farm”. Otherwise your data is shared with those who need it for the purposes of the commercial cooperation between our respective organisations or where necessary in connection with any client matter to which you are relevant. We may also share your data with others to whom we are recommending the goods or services of your organisation.
Retention. Your contact and other data will only be held for as long as you retain your role in your organisation or, if it was relevant to a client matter, for so long as we store the file and digital records of that matter.
Why we need your data. You data is needed principally so that we can contact you and otherwise for the purpose set out above.
Where we got it. The usual source of your data is you. On occasions we may obtain it from your colleagues, form mutual clients or from publicity material published by your organisation or publicly available directories.