In accordance with the article 5 of the Personal Data Protection Law 15/1999, December 13th (PDPL), LEGSE Abogados inform you that the personal data given when you use our site, or the data that LEGSE Abogados obtain as a result of your browsing, or when you send us your requests or an application form through the site of LEGSE Abogados, will be transferred to a database, responsibility of LEGSE Abogados, and to the General Data Protection Register, as well. You may request LEGSE Abogados to access, correct, or delete your personal data, or object to your data being processed, as provided in the PDLP. To exercise these rights, a letter or an e-mail will be sufficient. Requests can be made to

Please, advice LEGSE Abogados as soon as possible of any changes of your personal data, in order to keep updated and free of errors the information saved in the files of the company. By accepting this Privacy Statement you acknowledge that the information and data given to LEGSE Abogados are precise and truthful.

If you do not fill, or you fill partially the personal data required in any electronic form, LEGSE Abogados would not be able of attending your request.

We use the information that you give to LEGSE Abogados in order to provide the requested services, in special the services provided using the web site of LEGSE Abogados and to send you information about products and services, and other information that may be interesting to you.

LEGSE Abogados web page utilize “cookies” in its systems. “Cookies” are small files of data that reside on your computer and allow us to recognize you as an LEGSE Abogados customer if you return to the LEGSE Abogados site using the same computer and browser. Most browsers provide you with information and control over cookies. You can set your Web browser to alert you when a cookie is being used. You then have the opportunity to accept or reject the cookie.

LEGSE Abogados is committed to handling your customer information with high standards of information security, in order to avoid the change, loss or no allowed access, considering the technology, the collected data nature and the exposure to dangers proceeding from human action or from nature. According to article 9 LOPD, and Royal Decree 994/1999, 11 June, that approves the regulation of security measures of electronic files containing personal data.