HMH Legal S.C., also known as HMH Legal, residing at Ave. Los Angeles 453, Fracc. Las Palmas, Tijuana, Baja California, C.P. 22106, Mexico, and the webpage www.hmhlegal.com, are responsible for the use and protection of the personal data that you provide us, informing you of the following:
Your personal data may be used to:
- Confirm your identity.
- Manage the legal matters to which you are a party.
- Manage the corporate, legal and/or any other procedures that you, or a third party, entrust to us to be treated with you; and
- Agree and/or contract with you on behalf of our represented.
The personal data that we will use for these purposes are:
- Identification data.
- Contact Details.
- Corporate information of your company, and.
- Equity and / or financial data.
We inform you that your personal data is shared inside and outside the country with:
- Individuals and authorities that are party to legal matters in which you are also a party, or are involved, to advise our clients in the exercise of their rights.
- Individuals and authorities involved in any corporate procedure (or of any kind) to complete the procedure that you have entrusted to us, or that a third party entrusted us to deal with you.
- Individuals and authorities with whom you have an obligation (whether contractual or non-contractual) in order for you to fulfill said obligation.
You have the right to know your personal data that we possess, what we use them for, as well as the conditions of use that we give them (Access). It is also your right to request the correction of your personal data in case it is inaccurate or incomplete (Rectification); that we remove it from our records when it considers that it is not being used properly (Cancellation); as well as oppose the use of your personal data for specific purposes (Opposition). These rights are known as ARCO rights. You can revoke the consent that you have given us for the use of your personal data, limit the use we make, or limit its disclosure.
The person in charge of processing any request regarding the exercise of ARCO rights, revocation, or limitation of the consent that we have been granted, will be the Personal Data Department of HMH Legal. In your case, the requests for the exercise of the referred rights should be addressed to the department via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or in writing at our address located at Ave. Los Angeles 453, Fracc. Las Palmas, Tijuana, B.C., México, C.P. 22106.
The procedure and requirements for the exercise of the ARCO rights, the revocation and / or limitation of the consent that it would have given us will consist of three phases: request, resolution and compliance (if applicable).
A) The request for access, rectification, cancellation, opposition, revocation and or limitation of consent must contain and accompany the following:
I. The name of the owner, address, and email where you can receive the response to your request.
II. The documents that prove the identity or, if it is the case, the legal representation of the owner.
III. The clear and precise description of what is requested: access, rectification, cancellation, opposition, revocation or limitation of the consent granted for the handling of personal data.
IV. The clear and precise description of the personal data with respect to which it is sought to exercise the aforementioned right or rights.
V. Any document or element that facilitates the location of personal data and/or fully corroborate the origin of the request.
The request will not be considered delivered until you receive a confirmation of receipt from the Personal Data Department of HMH Legal. We ask that you ensure that you receive such confirmation. If you do not receive it, we sincerely ask you to insist until you receive the confirmation.
B) Within the next 20 business days upon receipt of the request, the Department of Personal Data will inform the applicant of the provenance or inadmissibility of the request by means of the email provided in the request.
C) If an appropriate resolution is issued, HMH Legal will cancel, rectify, deliver, and/or stop the use of the owner’s personal data within a maximum period of 15 business days after the resolution.
It is important to note that if you have entrusted us with a service, the revocation of your consent will mean that we cannot continue to provide the service and / or the conclusion of your relationship with us. In the same vein, your request could be inadmissible in accordance with the assumptions provided for in articles 4, 26 and 34 of the Federal Law on Protection of Personal Data Held by Individuals.
Notwithstanding the above, we clarify in advance that we may be exempt or legally prevented from attending to your request if we have contacted you in our practice as lawyers on the grounds of a legal matter in which you are a party, or to manage or agree with you on the fulfillment of an obligation towards third parties that we represent (for example, clients). In this case, we function as “Managers” of your personal data, being our clients (your creditor or counterparty) the “Responsible” of your personal data and to attend to your requests regarding the exercise of ARCO rights. The foregoing based on articles 3 sections IX and XIV, 4, 28 and 33 second paragraph, of the Federal Law on Protection of Personal Data Held by Individuals.
This privacy notice may undergo modifications, changes or updates derived from current or future legal requirements, the needs of HMH Legal, our privacy practices, or for other causes. We promise to keep you informed about changes that may occur to this privacy notice through our website www.hmhlegal.com.