Read the Privacy Policy


Thank you for visiting the website owned by Advocate Jarosław Woźniak, the owner of the Legal Office located in Gniezno, Tumska 14/3 St. 62-200 Gniezno, VAT ID 667-114-82-01, REGON 301518669.

Please note that Advocate Jarosław Woźniak, the owner of the Legal Office in Gniezno, commits himself to protect the privacy of the users of this website. The Privacy Policy has been developed on the basis of the Personal Data Protection Act of 29 August 1997, Journal of Laws No.133, pos. 883, as amended.

Using the website belonging to the Office means the acceptance of the Privacy Policy that defines the rules of collecting and using personal data when visiting the website.

We collect only the personal information that is either provided to us voluntarily or is related to improving the quality of our services. This information is used only for the purpose of providing legal advice.

Contact forms on the website may be used for collecting the personal data. These forms enable direct and rapid communication with the person using the site via the Internet, which speeds up our response and feedback. The collected data are used only for direct contact with the sender.

Like many other websites, the site of the Office uses cookie files and other technological solutions to collect information about visits on the site, for example the IP address, a domain name, a type of browser or operating system. All of this to identify these parts of our website that are the most popular, sites that our users move to and the amount of  time they spend on each site. Cookies do not contain any personal data.

Consent to using cookie files

The policy for using  cookie files (the so-called “cookies”) on this website is governed by the Personal Data Protection Act of 29 August 1997 (in line with the Regulation in force since 01.01.2012.) and the Telecommunication Act, in particular article 173.

In accordance with our privacy policy that concerns, among others, cookies, by using our website you consent to using cookie files that it includes.

If you do not agree to our terms, you have two options:

I – adjust the settings of your browser so that cookies are blocked and not saved

Links to popular web browsers settings:

  • Mozilla Firefox,
  • Google Chrome,
  • Internet Explorer,
  • Opera,

II – immediately leave our website.

What are cookies?

Cookies are IT data, particularly text files stored in the user’s devices (e.g. computers, tablets, phones) intended for the use of websites. These files allow identifying users’ devices and displaying the websites adjusted to their individual preferences. Cookies usually contain the name of the website that they originate from, their storage time on the user’s device as well as their unique number.

How do we use cookies?

Cookie files are used for adjusting the content of websites to the user’s preferences and optimizing the use of the Internet. They are also used for creating anonymous, aggregated statistics that help in understanding the manner of utilizing websites by the user, which allows improving their structure and content, excluding personal identification of the user.

What cookies do we use?

As a rule, two types of cookies are used – “session” and “persistent” ones. The former are temporary files that are stored on users’ devices until they log out from a particular website or switch off software (browser). The latter are stored on the user’s device either for the time specified in the parameters of cookies or until they are manually deleted by the user. Cookies used by partners of  the operator of a particular website, including in particular the users of the website, are subject to their own Privacy Policy. A detailed division of cookie files can be created, depending on the following criteria:

The types of cookies due to the necessity for providing services:

Necessary – absolutely necessary for the proper functioning of a website or functionalities that the user wants to utilize.
Functional – important for the operation of a particular service:
a) aim to enrich the functionalities of the service. It will work properly without them, but it will not be adjusted to the user’s preferences. b) aim to ensure a high level of the functionality of the service. Without the settings stored in a cookie, the level of the functionality of the website may decrease, but it should not make the entire use of it impossible. c) aim to enable using important functionalities of the service. Blocking them will make selected features stop working properly.
Business – allow implementing the business model on the basis of which the website operates. Blocking them will not result in unavailability of all functionalities of the service, but it may decrease the level of services due to insufficient ability of the website owner to implement the revenue subsiding the operation of the service. This category includes, for example, advertising cookies.

Due to the time for which cookies are stored on the user’s device:

Temporary cookies (session cookies) – cookies stored for the time of browsing (session). They are deleted when the website is closed.
Permanent cookies  (persistent cookies) – cookies are not deleted when the browser is closed and they are stored on the user’s device for a specified time or without the validity period, depending on the settings created by the website owner.

Due to the origin – the service administrator’s, who manages cookies:

Own cookies (first-party cookies) – cookies placed directly by the owner of the visited website.
External cookies (third-party cookies) – cookies placed by third parties, e.g. Facebook, Youtube, Google Analytics, etc., the site components of which have been triggered by the owner of the website.

Note: cookies can be triggered by the administrator by means of scripts, components that are located on partner servers located in a different location – another country or even a completely different legal system. In case of triggering by the website administrator the components of the service from outside of the administrator’s system, other standard cookie policies than the administrator’s Privacy/Cookie Policy may apply.

Due to the purpose for which they are used:

Service configuration – enable setting functions and services on the website.
Safety and reliability of the service – enable the verification of the authenticity of the service and the optimization of its performance.
Authentication – enable reporting when the user is logged in. Thanks to it, the website can show relevant information and functions.
Session state – allow saving information about the manner of utilizing the website by users. They may concern the most often visited websites or potential error messages displayed on particular sites. Cookies used for saving the so-called “session state” help in improving services and increasing the comfort of browsing.
Processes – allow smooth operation of both the very website and functions available on it.
Ads – allow displaying ads that are more relevant to users and concurrently more valuable to publishers and advertisers. They allow personalizing ads and they can also be used for displaying ads outside the website (domain).
Location – allow adjusting the displayed information to the user’s location.
Analyses and surveys, audience audits – enable website owners to better understand the preferences of their users as well as improve and develop products and services thanks to the performed analysis. The website owner or a research firm usually collect information anonymously and process the data on trends without identifying individual users’ personal information.

Types of cookies due to interference with the user’s privacy

Harmless – this category includes the following cookies:
a) necessary for the proper functioning of the website
b) required for making the functionalities of the website work properly, but their action has nothing to do with tracking the user
Examining – used for tracking users, but they do not include any information allowing the identification of the user’s specific data.

Do cookies contain the personal data?
The personal data stored thanks to using cookie files may only be collected for the purpose of performing specific functions in favour of the user.
Such data are encrypted to prevent unauthorized access to them.

Deleting cookies
As a rule, web browsers allow placing cookies on devices by default. These settings can be changed in such a way that the automatic handling of cookies in browser setup is blocked or the information about transferring them to the user’s device is sent each time. Detailed information about the possibility and ways of handling cookies is available in the settings of software (browser).
Restricting the use of cookies may affect some functionalities available on the website.

Under no circumstances will Advocate Jarosław Woźniak, the owner of the Legal Office in Gniezno, transfer the collected data to third parties. In case of inspection conducted by the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection, data may be made available to the Inspectorate employees in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act. In case of violation of law, or if required by law, we may make the information available to the judicial authorities.

The Office applies measures to ensure the accuracy, completeness and up-to-date character of the users’ personal data. The user has the full right to access and verify the personal data provided to us. The user of the website may request the removal of such information from the documentation, completely or in part. In order to do this, one needs to contact the Office by e-mail, telephone or letter.