Private policy 

In CPM LAWYERS, we work to guarantee privacy in the processing of your personal data. We have updated our Privacy Policy to clearly inform you how we collect, use and safeguard the data of people who contact our office.

This Privacy Policy is intended to inform you about the conditions of use of this website, as well as the processes used with the personal data of users and customers who visit our website and fill out our forms, as established by the Organic Law 15/1999 of Protection of Personal Data («LOPD»), its development regulation Royal Decree 1720/2007 («RD-LOPD»), as well as Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016, regarding the protection of persons with regards to the processing of personal data and the free circulation of this information.

For more general information visit, for the purposes provided in Law 34/2002 on Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce (LSSI):

Who is responsible for processing your data?


CIF: 18993918N

ADDRESS: C/GERONA, 19, 5º, PTA 4 – 03001 – ALICANTE



Telephone: (+34) 965 777 222


For what purpose is your personal is your personal data processed?

In CPM LAWYERS we use your personal data for the following:

– Client:

To provide the services you have requested, be it legal, fiscal or accounting, as well as any other administrative procedures that you ask us to undertake for you or for any legal representation. Similarly, if the service you have requested is for legal defense, we will treat your data as confidential according to the professional agreement between us.

Likewise, we will keep you informed of the relevant updates in your case, to include all communications that we believe pertinent to your case, and that may be of interest to you and permits you to be aware of the areas that influence your case or legal procedure. In addition, and only with your consent, we will send you related information about our services that may be useful and relevant to you.

– Users who contact through the web, social networks or by telephone:

If you are not yet a client, but you have requested information from us, we will respond to your request so that, with your express consent, we can use your data to inform you of areas that could be of interest to you or any updates that may benefit you.

– If you have sent us your Curriculum Vitae:

We will retain your data and take your information into account for any future possible personnel selection processes that we have active during the maximum term of one year and always after informing you and receiving your express consent.

What is the legitimacy for the processing of your data?

The legal basis for the processing of your personal data could be for the execution of a potential and/or subscribed contractual relationship, the legitimate interest, the legal authorization and/or the consent of the interested party. The information that we request is appropriate, pertinent and strictly necessary. You are not obliged to provide us with this information, but failure to do so, could affect or impact on the outcome of the service or negate the possibility of processing a file.

What recipients will receive your information?

CPM LAWYERS,will not communicate your data to any third party, unless it is expressly informed of it. In the event that a professional order is subsequently made, the personal data provided by the client may be communicated in the briefs and in the documents attached to them to the Courts and Tribunals or, where applicable, Public Administrations, for compliance of the commission entrusted, as well as to attorneys, experts and other professionals who should intervene or be convenient to intervene. In addition, and always with your consent, your data will be transferred to those public or private entities that you indicate to us for the realization of any type of procedure that you ask us to manage on your behalf.

To manage the collection of the services corresponding to your relationship as a client, CPM LAWYERS, will transfer your name and surname data, ID number and bank account number, to the bank / cashier where the company has an account for direct debit.

You must take into account that if you contact our team through any social media networks from which CPM LAWYERS makes available to its users, in addition the transfer of data that you provide to our entity, you will also be giving consent to the entities responsible for that social network. For further information on the use and data protection that these entities use, we advise you to carefully read the privacy policies of the social networks that you have active.

In the same way, if you contact us in order to participate in a process of personnel selection that we have active, and you contact us via an employment search portal, your personal details will also be provided to CPM LAWYERS. That same information that you will have previously provided to the employment portals (at the time of registration) in which your professional profile is included. For further information on the use and data protection policies that these entities use consult the Privacy Policies of the same.

For what period of time will your personal data be kept?

Your data will be kept for the minimum time necessary for the proper provision of the service offered, as well as to meet the responsibilities that may arise from it and any other legal requirement. When you contact us through the webpage, to inform you of the services we provide, we will keep your data until you request the deletion of your data.

When you send us your Curriculum Vitae, we will keep your personal data for one year.

CPM LAWYERS informs you certain information must be kept based on legal requirements.

What are your rights when you provide us with your information?

The data protection rights held by the interested parties are:

​Anyone has the right to obtain confirmation about data processing of their own personal data.

Interested persons have the right to access their personal data and to obtain a copy of the personal data that is the object of the treatment, to update them, as well as to request the rectification of inaccurate data or, where appropriate, to request its deletion when, among other reasons, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected.​

Under certain circumstances provided for in Article 18 RGPD, interested parties may request the limitation of the processing of their data, in which case we will only keep them for the exercise or defense of claims.

​As a consequence of the application of the right to suppress or oppose the processing of personal data in the online environment, the interested parties have the right to be forgotten according to the jurisprudence of the EU Court of Justice.

​Interested parties may object to the processing of their data for marketing purposes, including profiling.

​​The title holders of the personal data obtained, may exercise their rights of protection of personal data by directing a written communication to the registered office of CPM LAWYERS or to our email,, including in both cases photocopy of your ID or other equivalent identification document.​

Models, forms and more information available about your rights on the website of the national control authority, Spanish Agency for Data Protection, hereinafter, AEPD,

Can I withdraw my consent?

​You have the possibility and the right to withdraw the consent for any specific purpose granted at the time, without affecting the legality of the treatment based on the consent prior to its withdrawal.

Where can I complain if I think that my data is not treated correctly?

​​Title holders of personal data obtained, may exercise their rights of protection of personal data by directing a written communication to the registered office of CPM LAWYERS or email, including in both cases photocopy of your ID or other equivalent identification document.

Models, forms and more information available about your rights on the website of the national control authority, Spanish Agency for Data Protection, hereinafter, AEPD,

What categories of data can the office process?

The office will process the data you provide us, which, given the breadth of the queries or orders, can be data of special categories, and data of the following categories​.

Data Identification.

Personal characteristics.

Social Circumstances.

Academic and professional data.

Employment data.

Economic-finance and insurances.

How have we obtained your data?

We obtain your data when:

– If you register with us as a client, be that in person in one of our offices, by telephone or by email.

– If you contact us via the webpage or one of our other social network channels.

– If you send us your Curriculum Vitae for any current or future employment opportunities.

Furthermore, personal data that is provided directly by the interested party through the different forms available on the website, or through the installed cookies as can be found in our Cookies Policy.

Security and updating your personal data

​With the aim of safeguarding the security of your personal data, we inform you that CPM LAWYERS, has adopted all the necessary technical and organizational measures to guarantee the security of the personal data provided. All this to avoid alteration, loss, and / or treatments or unauthorized access, as required by the regulations, although absolute security does not exist.​

It is important that, in order for us to keep your personal information updated, you inform us whenever there is a change in them.


CPM LAWYERS informs you that your data will be treated with the utmost privacy and confidentiality by all personnel involved in any of the phases of treatment. We will not give or communicate to any third party your data, except in the cases provided by law, or unless the interested party has expressly authorized us.

For further information on the processing of personal data please read our Cookies Policy.


Legal terms


These provisions regulate the use of the Internet portal service (the ‘Portal’) which CPM LAWYERS makes available to Internet users.

CPM LAWYERS, whose registered office is at C/ Gerona, 19, 5º, Pta. 4, 03001, Spain, and has employer identification number 18993918N. Telephone no.: 965 777 222, E-mail:

Access to the website is free of charge, except for the cost of connection through the telecommunications network by your Internet service provider. Certain services are exclusive to our clients and access to them is restricted. The tax or legal services provided by the Firm in general are priced according to the relevant proposal and will not, under any circumstances, be offered or rendered through the Portal service.

Your use of the Portal makes you a user of the Portal (“User”) and implies your acceptance of all the conditions included in this Legal Notice. The Portal service is provided for a duration that is limited to the moment when User is connected to the Portal or to any of the services provided through the Portal. User must therefore read this Legal Notice carefully each time User intends to use the Portal, since the Portal and the conditions for its use as set forth in this Legal Notice may change.

Certain Portal services accessible to Internet users or exclusive to CPM LAWYERS clients may be subject to particular conditions, regulations or instructions that, if appropriate, may supersede, supplement and/or amend this Legal Notice and must be accepted by User before the provision of the relevant service begins.


All Portal content, which is understood to include but not be limited to text, photographs, graphics, images, icons, technology, software, links and other audiovisual or audio content, as well as their graphic design and source codes (the ‘Content), is the intellectual property of CPM LAWYERS or of third parties, and no Content exploitation rights recognized by the intellectual property legislation in force can be deemed to have been licensed to User except for such Content as is strictly necessary for the use of the Portal.

The trademarks, trade names or distinctive signs are the property of CPM LAWYERS or third parties, and access to the Portal cannot be deemed to attribute any right to such trademarks, trade names and/or distinctive signs.



User agrees to use the Portal correctly in conformity with the law and with this Legal Notice. User will be liable to CPM LAWYERS or to third parties for any loss or damage that may be caused as a result of a breach of this obligation.

The use of the Portal for purposes that damage the property or interests of CPM LAWYERS or of third parties, or otherwise overload, damage or disable networks, servers and other hardware or software belonging to CPM LAWYERS or to third parties, is expressly prohibited.


User undertakes to use the Content in conformity with the law and with this Legal Notice, and with any other conditions, regulations or instructions that may be applicable in conformity with the provisions of Clause 1.

User must, in accordance with the legislation in force and without limitation, refrain from:

Reproducing, copying, distributing, making available, publicly disclosing, altering or modifying the Content, except in cases authorized by law or, as the case may be, expressly consented to by CPM LAWYERS or by the holder of the rights of exploitation.

Reproducing or copying for private use any Content that may be regarded as software or as a database in conformity with the intellectual property legislation in force, or publicly disclosing or making available Content to third parties, where such acts necessarily imply reproduction by User or by a third party. Extracting and/or reusing all or a substantial part of the Content on the Portal, or of any databases that CPM LAWYERS may make available to Users.


Without prejudice to the provisions of Clause 5 of this Legal Notice and of the privacy policies accessible from the Portal and applicable from time to time, the use of certain services or requests made to CPM LAWYERS are subject to prior completion of the relevant User record.

All information supplied by User on Portal forms for the above or any other purposes must be true. For these purposes, User warrants the authenticity of all data communicated by User and will keep the information supplied to CPM LAWYERS perfectly updated so that it reflects User’s actual status at all times. In all cases, User will be solely liable for any false or inaccurate representations made by User and for any damage caused to CPM LAWYERS or to third parties by reason of the information supplied by User.


Any Internet user who wishes to insert links from his website to the Portal must comply with the conditions detailed below, and ignorance of such conditions will not relieve the Internet user of any liability under the law:

The link will only be to the Portal home page and may not reproduce it in any way (inline links, copying of text, graphics, etc). In accordance with the applicable legislation in force from time to time, it is forbidden in all cases to insert frames of any kind around the Portal, or permit the Content to be viewed through URLs other than the Portal URL and, in any case, where the Content can be viewed together with content outside the Portal, in a way that: (I) causes, or may cause, error or confusion in, or misleads or may mislead, users as to the true origin of the service or Contents; (II) constitutes an act of comparison or imitation; (III) serves to take advantage of the reputation of CPM LAWYERS’ brand and prestige; or (IV) is otherwise prohibited by the legislation in force.

No false, inaccurate or incorrect representation whatsoever of CPM LAWYERS, its partners, employees or clients, or of the quality of the services that it provides, may be made on the page inserting the link.

Under no circumstances will it be stated on the website where the link is located that CPM LAWYERS has consented to the insertion of the link, or otherwise sponsors, collaborates with, verifies or supervises the services of the website where the link appears.

It is forbidden to use any word mark, figurative mark or combined mark or any other distinctive sign of CPM LAWYERS on the website where the link appears, except in cases permitted by law or expressly authorized by CPM LAWYERS and provided that a direct link to the Portal is permitted in such cases in the manner established in this Clause.

The website on which the link is created must faithfully comply with the law and may not, in any circumstances, have or be linked to proprietary or third-party content that: (I) is unlawful, noxious, immoral or indecent (content that is pornographic, violent, racist, etc.); (II) induces or may induce User into the false belief that CPM LAWYERS subscribes to, endorses, adheres to, or in any way supports the ideas, representations or expressions, lawful or unlawful, appearing on the website where the link is located; (III) is inappropriate or irrelevant to the activities of CPM LAWYERS having regard to the place, content and theme of the website where the link appears.



Access to the Portal does not imply any obligation on CPM LAWYERS to verify the truthfulness, accuracy, appropriateness, fitness, exhaustiveness or currency of the information supplied through the Portal. Since the Content is of a general nature and does not in any way constitute the provision of a tax or legal advisory service of any kind, such information is insufficient for User to make personal or business decisions.

CPM LAWYERS is not liable for decisions made on the basis of the information supplied on the Portal, or for any damage or loss to User or to third parties by reason of actions taken that were solely based on information obtained on the Portal.


Access to the Portal does not imply any obligation on CPM LAWYERS to control the absence of viruses, worms or any other malicious software. User is responsible in all cases for having available adequate tools for detecting and disinfecting malicious software.

CPM LAWYERS is not liable for any damage to the hardware of Users or of third parties during the provision of the Portal service.


Access to the Portal requires services and supplies from third parties, including transmission through telecommunications networks, the reliability, quality, continuity and functioning of which are not the responsibility of CPM LAWYERS. Accordingly, services provided through the Portal may be suspended, cancelled or blocked, prior or simultaneous to the provision of the Portal service.

CPM LAWYERS cannot be held liable for loss or damage of any kind to User as a result of telecommunications network failures or disconnections that cause the suspension, cancellation or interruption of the Portal service before or while it is being provided.


The Portal access service includes technical linking devices, directories and even search tools that permit User to access other websites and Internet portals (‘Linked Sites’). In such cases, CPM LAWYERS acts as a intermediation service provider in conformity with Article 17 of Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce Law 34/2002, of July 12, 2002 (the “LSSI”) and will only be liable for the content and services supplied on Linked Sites to the extent that CPM LAWYERS is actually aware of their unlawfulness and has not disabled the link with due care. If User considers that there is a Linked Site with unlawful or inappropriate content, User may communicate this to CPM LAWYERS in accordance with the procedure and the effects established in Clause 6, although such communication will not, under any circumstances, entail any obligation to remove the link in question.

Under no circumstances must the existence of Linked Sites presuppose the existence of agreements with the owners or persons in charge of those Linked Sites, or any recommendation or promotion by CPM LAWYERS of, or the identification of CPM LAWYERS with, the representations, content or services provided.

CPM LAWYERS is not aware of the content or services of Linked Sites and, therefore, cannot be held liable for any damage caused by the unlawfulness, quality, obsoleteness, unavailability, error or ineffectuality of the content and/or services of Linked Sites, or for any other damage that is not directly attributable to CPM LAWYERS.


For further information on the processing of your personal data on the Portal please consult the Private Policy.


If User or any other Internet user becomes aware of Linked Sites that redirect him to websites, the content or services of which are unlawful, noxious, degrading, violent or immoral, he may contact CPM LAWYERS indicating the following:

– personal data of the communicating party: name, address, telephone number and e-mail address;

– description of the facts that reveal the unlawful or inappropriate nature of the Linked Site;

– where rights such as intellectual or industrial property rights are infringed, the personal data of the holder of the infringed right, where the holder is not the communicating party. He must also produce an instrument that substantiates the standing of the holder of the rights and, as the case may be, his authority to act on behalf of the holder where the holder is not the communicating party;

– an express representation that the information contained in the communication is accurate.

Receipt by CPM LAWYERS of the communication provided for in this Clause will not imply, pursuant to the provisions of the LSSI, actual knowledge of the activities and/or content indicated by the communicating party.


Each and every provision of this Legal Notice is governed by Spanish law.

Cookies policy 

Our website (the “Website”) uses technology called “cookies” to collect information about the use of the Website. We may use cookies to facilitate your browsing on the Website, distinguish you from other users and analyze your browsing habits on the Website.

The purpose of this cookies policy (the “Cookies Policy”) is to provide you clear and specific information on the cookies that are used on our Website.


A cookie is a text file that is downloaded on your device (computer or mobile device) for the purpose of storing data that can be updated and retrieved by the entity responsible for installing it.

The information compiled through cookies may include your IP address, date and time of visits to the Website, the pages viewed on our Website, the time spent on the Website and the websites viewed immediately before and after the Website, along with other browsing data. Therefore, cookies allow us to obtain information on your browsing habits.


When the owner of this Website uses its own cookies, your consent is not required because they are excluded from the scope of application of article 22.2 of Law 34/2002, of July 11, 2002, on information society services and e-commerce.

However, this Website also installs cookies that require the user’s consent. Information on the cookies may be found below:



We use the Google Analytics audience measurement system on our website, a website analysis tool of Google LLC. (“Google”), with registered office at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, California 94043 (USA), which enables us to know how users interact on our site. The installation of analytical cookies from this service together with our server records files enables us to know the total number of users that visit our Site and which parts are the most popular. Thanks to these cookies we obtain information that can help us improve the browsing experience and offer our users and clients a better service. Google adheres to the EU – US Privacy Shield.

A more detailed description of the types of cookies used by Google Analytics and their expiration can be found on the following Google website:


Moreover, if you interact with content on our Website (for example, by clicking on social network buttons or viewing videos housed on another website), third-party cookies may also be stored on your device. Third-party cookies are placed on your hard disk by a domain other than our Website. We cannot access data gathered through the cookies of other websites when you browse those websites.


By browsing on our Website, you consent to the use of the above-listed cookies, during the time periods shown and in the terms and conditions contained in this Cookies Policy. Please bear in mind that if you accept third-party cookies and then want to eliminate them permanently, you need to do so from the browser options below, since revocation will prevent their use but will not eliminate them as they are third-party cookies.


You can eliminate, block and disable cookies at any time by changing the configuration on your browser, which allows you to reject the installation of all cookies or just some of them. If you eliminate all the cookies from this website through your browser, you will also delete the configuration options you have chosen for our cookies (accept, reject or revoke use). Below you will find information on how to manage the use of cookies depending on your browser:




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We may update our Website’s Cookies Policy in the future. Therefore, we recommend that you review the policy each time you visit our Website to ensure you are duly informed of how and why we use cookies.


If you have any queries, comments or suggestions about the Cookies Policy, please write

For further information on the processing of personal data please read our privacy policy.