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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy of

Effective Date: May 25, 2018

Welcome to's Privacy Policy sincerely respects the privacy of its visitors and is fully committed to protecting their personal information and use them correctly. This policy describes how we gather and use personal information and the rights and options available to our visitors in relation to such information. We urge you to read this policy and make sure you understand and agree fully with it, before accessing or using any of our services.

If you do not read, understand and fully agree with this Privacy Policy, you should immediately leave this website, application or service and avoid or suspend all use of any of our services.


1. Your Consent (please read it carefully!)

This Privacy Policy of describes how we (Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm) can gather and use information relating to each of our unregistered visitors and registered users (each, a "visitor" or "user" (respectively), or "you"), related to your access and use of Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm’s website.

This Privacy Policy is a binding and enforceable legal agreement between Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm and you - so please read it carefully.

You can visit and/or use the Services only if you agree fully with this Privacy Policy - and by accessing and / or using any of the Services, you express and affirm your consent to this Privacy Policy, also the collection and processing of your Personal Information as defined and explained below.

You are not legally obliged to provide us any information. By this means, you acknowledge, warrant and agree that any information you provide us is effectively provided on your free will and consent, for the purposes and uses described herein.


2. What information do we collect about you?

2.1. Users and Visitors’ Information

We collect two types of information about our Visitors and Users:

Unidentified information and unidentifiable information regarding a unidentified Visitor or User, which can be made available on or automatically collected through your use of the Services. Such Non-Personal Information does not allow us to identify the Visitor or User from whom it was collected. The Non-Personal Information we collect consist mainly of technical and aggregate use of information, such as navigation information and "clickstream" activity in Services, heat maps and scrolling of Visitors and User session, non-identifying information about your device , operational system, internet browser, screen resolution, language and keyboard settings, internet service provider of Visitors and Users, routing/exit pages, date/time stamps, etc.

Individually identifiable information, i.e., information that identifies an individual or can lead with reasonable effort, to the identification of an individual, or it can be private or confidential. Personal Information we collect consist mainly of contact details (e.g. email address and/or name), details about a session or navigation use (geographic location and/or unique device identifier) and any other personal information that is provided by the Visitors and/or Users through their access to and/or use of the Services. Sensitive personal information are collected when Users and/or Visitors in using the job application service provide us their information and confidential data.

For avoidance of doubt, any Non-Personal Information to be connected or linked to Personal Information (for example, to improve the services we offer) are considered and processed by us as Personal Information as long as there is such a connection or linkage.


3. How do we collect this information?

There are two main methods we use:

We collect information through your use of the Services. In other words, when you are visiting or using our Services, and when you browse the website, register to the newsletter service, applications and/or get in touch through the contact sheet, we are aware of this and we can gather, collect and register such uses, sessions, and related information, alone or with the help of third-party services, and the use of "cookies" and other tracking technologies.

We collect the information you provide to us voluntarily. For example, we collect Personal Information you provide to us when you register on our Services; when you register for our services through third parties, such as LinkedIn or Google; when you send or upload of your Personal Information as you use any of our services; and/or when you contact us directly.


4. Why do we collect this information?


We collect this Personal and Non-Personal Information for the following purposes:

To render and operate the Services;

To continue to develop, customize and improve our Services, based on preferences, experiences and common or personal difficulties of Visitors and Users;

To contact our Visitors and Users with general information or custom service-related and promotional messages;

To contact our Visitors and Users with invitation to participate in selection processes;

To create aggregate statistical data and other non-personal aggregate and/or implied information that can be used by us or our business partners to render and improve our respective services;

To improve our data security and fraud prevention capabilities;

To comply with applicable laws and regulations.


5. Where do We Store Your Information?


5.1. Personal Information of Visitors of Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm and Users of Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm can be stored, processed and stored by the Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm as necessary for the proper rendering of our services and/or as should be required by law (as more fully explained below). Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm is based in Brazil.

Affiliates and service providers of Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm that store or process your Personal Information on behalf of Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm are committed to keep these information protected and secure in accordance with industry standards and independently of any secondary legal requirement applying in their jurisdictions.


5.2. Data Location obligations: If you live in a jurisdiction that imposes obligations to "data location" or "residence data" (i.e., the requirement that Personal Information of its residents are kept within the territorial limits of such jurisdiction) and become aware of it, we can keep your Personal Information within such boundaries if we are legally obliged to do so. For example, if we find out that you live in the Russian Federation, we may be required to maintain your Personal Information there, either independently or with a local provider of storage and data processing.

You acknowledge and agree that while doing this, we can continue to collect, store and use your Personal Information in other places, as explained above.


6. Sharing Information with Third Parties


Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm can share your Personal Information with third parties (or allow their access to it) only in the following modes and manners:


6.1. Third Party’s Services:


Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm has partnered with a number of selected service providers, which services and solutions complement, facilitate and improve our own Services. These include hosting services and co-location on the server, communications and content distribution networks (CDNs), data and cyber security services, web analytics, distribution services and e-mails monitoring, performance measuring service and data optimization and marketing.

Such Third Party’s Services should receive or otherwise have access to all or part of Personal Information of our Visitors and/or User - subject to the functions and specific purpose of each to facilitate and improve our Services and can use them solely for such purposes.

We remember that although our Services should contain links to other websites or services, we are not liable for the privacy practices of such other websites or services and recommend that you stay pay attention when get out of our Services and to read the privacy statements of each website and service you visit. This privacy policy does not apply to such third-party’s websites and related services.


6.2. Application of Law, Legal Requirements and Duties:


Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm should disclose or otherwise allow others to access your Personal Information pursuant to a legal requirement, such as a subpoena, court proceedings, search warrant or court order, or in compliance with applicable laws, if we believe in good faith that the law requires us to do so, with or without notice to you.


6.3. Protection of Rights and Security:


Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm should share your Personal Information with others, if we believe in good faith that this will help to protect the rights, property or personal safety of Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm, of any of our Users or any member of the public in general, with or without notice to you.

For avoidance of doubt, the Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm should share your Personal Information in ways not described above, in accordance with your explicit approval, or if we are legally obliged to do so. Moreover, Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm can transfer, share, disclose or otherwise use Non-Personal Information, at its sole discretion and without further approval.


7. Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies use


Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm together with its marketing partners, analysis and technology, uses certain monitoring and tracking technologies (such as cookies, beacons, pixels, tags and scripts). These technologies are used to maintain, provide and continuously improve our Services and to provide to our users a better experience. For example, because to these technologies, we are able to maintain and monitor certified preferences and sessions of our Users, better ensure our services, identify technical problems, trends of users and the effectiveness of campaigns, and monitor and improve the overall performance of our Services. We recall that the Outsourced Services that place cookies or use other tracking technologies through our Services may have their own policies on how to collect and store information. Such practices are not covered by our Privacy Policy and we have no control over them.


8. Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm’s communications


By subscribing to any Service (also any of our newsletters, blogs, social media accounts or public events) and provide to Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm your email address or any other contact information (such as your number phone or social media identifier), you expressly agree to receive promotional content, messages or calls from Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm or our partners (acting on behalf of Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm) through these means. Consequently, Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm and its partners can call or send you messages or promotional content by email, SMS, direct text messages, marketing calls and other similar forms of communication. If you do not wish to receive such calls or promotional messages, you can notify Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm whenever you want or follow the instructions to "unsubscribe" or STOP contained in marketing communications sent to you.


9. Access to Your Personal Information


If you wish to access and/or request us to make corrections to the Personal Information you have stored with us, or want to request a list of what Personal Information (if any) related to you we disclose to third parties for direct marketing purposes, feel free to send us an email to or send your request by mail to, Rua Amador Bueno, 333, CJ 1501 - Centro - Santos/SP - Brazil, and we will respond within a reasonable time and in accordance with any applicable law. Note that you can also correct, update or remove certain parts of such Personal Information on your own, through the User Site settings.


10. Data retention


We keep your Personal Information during the time that your subscription is active or as otherwise necessary to provide you our Services. We continue to retain such Personal Information, even after you turn off your subscription and/or stop using any specific Services as reasonably necessary to fulfill our legal obligations, to resolve disputes about our Users, prevent fraud and abuse, enforce our agreements and/or protect our legitimate interests.


10.1 Résumé Processing


10.1.1 Specific purpose

Résumé processing will always observe the specific purpose of the applicant's participation in the selection process in progress or will open during the storage period set forth in item 10.1.2, except for professionals in the IT sector according to item 10.1.2, and in any case will be subject to the principles of integrity, availability and confidentiality.


10.1.2 General processing


Whatever the forwarding means, the résumé will be stored up to two (02) years from the start of receipt and can be removed at any time during this period without prior notice to the holder or need for consent, subject the provisions of item 10.1.4.

The résumés sent by candidates by digital media through the website, will be received by specific e-mail address for this purpose and within 48 (forty-eight) hours from receipt, will be stored in proper digital folder, in cloud, access to which will be restricted to professionals in the HR sector, except for selective processing period as provided in item 10.1.3, and access possibly extended to professionals in the IT sector for the specific purpose of solving technical problems.

The résumé sent by candidates in hardcopy will be received by our reception or directly by professionals of the HR department and will be stored in its physical folder which access will be restricted to professionals in the HR department, except for selective processing period as stated in item 10.1.3.

The résumé sent in hardcopy could be scanned and applying the processing rules of this policy.

Whatever the storage means, we reserve the right to backups of folders and files in digital or physical environment, access to which will be fully restricted and can only take place in case of need, after the original restoration means are exhausted.

The digital format of the résumé will be processed exclusively by the extension ".PDF", with guaranteed integrity, availability and confidentiality, so that any information contained in the file will not be changed, added or subtracted by any of our employees or third parties.


10.1.3 Processing in the selection process

Access to selected résumé will be extended to each department which selection process is in progress, which should be done by temporarily sharing the résumé through digital means or printing in one copy delivered directly to concerned professionals of the evaluation and selection process of candidates in each phase of the selection process, subject to the processing rules of this policy. At the end of the selection process the sharing is terminated and, in the case of hardcopy, this will be returned to the HR department for disposal according to item 10.1.4.


10.1.4 The End of processing


The received email will be immediately deleted after the storage mentioned in item 10.1.1, except for the retention of data in third-party services as provided for in item 6.1, access to which is strictly restricted to our service Administrator and can only occur for compliance with legal or regulatory obligation, accountability or information to authorities or in other cases where access is necessary, guaranteed wherever possible, anonymization of personal data of holders.

The scanned or hardcopy résumé will be permanently deleted/disposed of after the end of the period mentioned in item 10.2 or after the candidate's admission to our workforce.      

In the case of scanning the resume sent in hardcopy by candidate, it will be disposed of after the scanned copy is storage according to item 10.1.2.

A printed copy of the résumé mentioned in item 10.1.3 will be properly disposed of by the HR department at the end of the selection process.

Any backups will be deleted simultaneously with the disposal of the original.

Whatever the reason for the end of processing, the elimination of the résumé always comply with the appropriate and updated means according to the rules of Information Security.

In any case we reserve the conservation of resumes or information to them related to compliance with legal or regulatory, accounting or information to the authorities or for other purposes, guaranteed, if so, where possible, the anonymization of personal data of candidates.


11. Security


Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm implemented security measures designed to protect the Personal Information you share with us, including physical, electronic and procedural measures. We also regularly monitor our systems against possible vulnerabilities and attacks and we are always looking for new ways and Outsourced Services to further enhance the security of our Services and privacy protection of our Visitors and Users. However - regardless of the measures and efforts by Ruy de Mello Miller Law Firm, we cannot and do not guarantee the absolute protection and security of your Personal Information. If you have any questions about the security of our Services, feel free to contact us by e-mail .


12. Terms of Use, Updates and Interpretation


Your use of any of our Services and any disputes arising from it are subject to this Privacy Policy and all its general provisions, including the limited warranty, limitation of liability and indemnity.

We may update this Privacy Policy to reflect changes in our practices regarding collection, use and storage of information. If we make any changes we deem "significant" (at our sole discretion in good faith), you will be notified before the changes go into effect. We recommend that you periodically review this page for the latest information on our privacy practices. Unless otherwise stated, our latest Privacy Policy applies to all information we have about you in relation to our Website and other Services.

This Privacy Policy was written in Portuguese and can be translated into other languages for your convenience. You can access and view versions in other languages by changing the language settings of your Website If a version of this Privacy Policy translated into a language other than Portuguese does not conflict in any way with its Portuguese version, the provisions of the Portuguese version shall prevail.


13. Contact Us


If you have any questions about the Privacy Policy, feel free to contact us by e-mail .

You can also contact us by mail at: Rua Amador Bueno nº 333 conj. 1501 - Centro – Santos/SP - CEP: 11013-153

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