Privacy policy


General information

The owner of the web page (“the Web Page”) is Hansberry Tomkiel Sp.k. with its registered office in Warsaw, ul. Cegłowska 14, 01-803 Warsaw (“Hansberry Tomkiel”, “HT”). The Web Page is available at,, and Should you have any questions or comments concerning the Web Page, please contact us at:

Processing personal data

The Personal Data Controller is Hansberry Tomkiel Sp.k. with its registered office in Warsaw. HT processes personal data on the terms set forth in applicable laws, in particular, those set out in Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (OJ L 119, p. 1) (“GDPR”).

Hansberry Tomkiel collects and processes personal data:

  • for the performance of contracts concluded by Hansberry Tomkiel with clients (Article 6(1)(b) GDPR),
  • for compliance with legal obligations to which Hansberry Tomkiel is a subject (Article 6(1)(c) GDPR),
  • for recruitment of persons interested in cooperating with Hansberry Tomkiel (Article 6 (1)(a) and (c) GDPR),
  • for the purpose of the legitimate interests pursued by Hansberry Tomkiel as a data controller, including the marketing of services, informing about the events in which Hansberry Tomkiel participates and its activities, as well as for analytical and statistical purposes (Article 6 (1)(f) GDPR).

Providing personal data is voluntary but necessary for the correspondence and as part of contractual relationship it is required for concluding and performing the contract.
Everyone is entitled to access their data, request rectification, erasure or restriction of the processing thereof.

It is also possible to object to data processing.

In contractual relationship the data are stored for the duration of the contract and after the termination thereof for a period required by the regulations on the archiving and prescription of claims.

Everyone is entitled to submit a complaint to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.
Any questions concerning the rules of processing personal data should be directed to


All the materials contained on the Web Page, including the text, photographs, logo and others (jointly referred to as the “Content”) and all the intellectual property rights to them are held by Hansberry Tomkiel. Copying, publishing, transferring, modifying, and distributing any part of the Content of this Web Page requires the prior written consent of HT. Such consent is not required if the Web Page Content is used for private, non-commercial purposes.

Reservation concerning the Web Page content

All of the content published on the Web Page is informative and does not constitute an offer within the meaning of the Polish Civil Code and should not be treated as legal advice in or for specific cases. HT shall not be held responsible if any user/reader decides to take or abandon any actions based on the information published on the Web Page.
HT acts with due diligence to ensure that the content of the Web Page is up to date, correct, complete and does not infringe any third-party rights. However, it shall not be held responsible for any possible errors which could occur, as well as for interruptions in access to the Web Page, downloading content from the Web Page, attributable to IT systems of the company providing hosting services of the Web Page or users or telecommunications connections.

Range of access to information on users

Hansberry Tomkiel does not transfer, sell or share the collected personal data of the users of its Web Page with other individuals or institutions unless this is done on the basis of an explicit consent or at the request of the user or at the request of competent public authorities due to proceedings they are conducting.

Links to other web pages

The Web Page may include links to other web pages which are beyond the control of Hansberry Tomkiel. HT is not responsible for the content of such linked or mentioned web pages, does not guarantee that they respect the rules concerning privacy protection, and does not recommend any information, materials, products or services included on such websites or available via them.


This Policy concerns cookies and refers to the web pages.
You are using the web pages according to the settings of your web browser or device for browsing web pages – the content available on the Internet. If your settings allow for saving the cookies, they are saved.

What are cookies?

Cookies are IT data, text files stored on the website user’s terminal equipment, in other words on your equipment – computer, telephone or other device equipped with a web browser or similar software.
Cookies allow for identification of the computer from which the user entered the web page. We use cookies which are indispensable for enabling you to navigate the Web Page or offering certain basic functions. We use cookies to increase functionality of the Web Page by storing e.g. preferences. That enables us to improve efficiency and functionality of our Web Page in order to offer you a web page that well operates.

Cookies are divided into two types:

  • session cookies – cookies maintained only when the browser operates. The moment the browser is closed such cookies are deleted. Session cookies are intended for basic technical issues such as logging in, better navigation.
  • persistent cookies – such cookies are saved on the user’s hard disk (the browser saves them).

Selected cookies-related actions we take:

  • improved navigation throughout the Web Page, thanks to cookies in some cases we can check user’s preferences, as a result scripts can suggest the users their preferences. Consequently, we increase the Web Page’s efficiency.
  • thanks to cookies, we can check whether you are a new user or a returning one, and adjust the web page so as not to show you the same information several times, as well as show you special information intended for returning users only.
  • cookies allow us to use statistics and analyses which inform us of users’ preferences and origin. They also enable us to develop our Web Page correctly and in a good direction since we know which items are the most popular on our Web Page.
  • Cookies may be used for ensuring safety and identifying abuse within the Web Page.
  • Flash elements (Adobe Flash Player) – subpages may include flash elements. They may also use the cookies technology saving various settings. The details concerning safety are available on the web page of software supplier:

Cookies from related web pages:
When external services are used, some subpages may contain elements using cookies such as:

  • links (hyperlinks) to other web pages, each of these pages has its own cookies policy, if you follow them (click on them), you should refer to the cookies policy of the page you have landed on.
  • Google tools: Google Analytics statistics, google adverts, google map, google plus tool, YouTube videos and others – a detailed description of cookies policy is available at:

How to disable cookies?

When browsing this Web Page, you are using a device or a browser (computer software) which allows such cookies to be saved. In many cases, the cookies saving option is enabled by default – it allows for saving cookies by default. Information concerning cookies settings and similar technologies – blocking, deleting – is available in the help files of the browser of the device you are using now. Using such solutions may affect the possibility of using our Web Page, our applications, as well as liked websites and applications. Unfortunately, despite our best intentions and efforts, we are not able to ensure an effectively operated Web Page for devices with disabled cookies.