Privacy & Confidentiality


safety first!

The Buenos International Advocacy does not provide*, except by court order, the portfolio of accomplished activities. The protection of such information as well as its limited use provide the success of our business partnership. We recognize the imminence necessity to keep confidential our clients’ activities, because the privacy of our customers is one of our basic principles of our work.

(*) Provision No. 94/2000, of The Brazilian Order of Advocates (The Brazilian Bar Association)

Art. 4th. Are not allowed to attorneys in any law advertising:

a) mention clients or professional matters and the demands under patronage;

b) reference, direct or indirect, to any position, civil service or employment relationship and sponsorship that has exercised.

For further information, consult our areas of expertise.

The Buenos International Advocacy, headquartered in Brazil, has created this privacy and security policy for (the “Site”), in order to demonstrate its firm commitment to privacy and security.

We encourage you to read this Policy before using this Site. Your use of this Site signifies that you agree with all terms of this Policy, so please do not use this Site if you disagree with any part of this Policy.

I – Web Services and Buenos International Advocacy’s Web Services Terms

In these Terms of Web Services, the term “Buenos International Advocacy”, “we”, “our” and/or “us”; are used in certain areas with reference to The Buenos Advogados, its subsidiaries and affiliates that own and/or operate on its behalf.

The term “you” or “your” refers to any user of The Buenos International Advocacy’ sites or services described below.

The term “material” may refer to any kind of intellectual and/or artistic work done through any means published by Buenos International Advocacy.

II – Privacy and Personal Information

The Buenos International Advocacy is committed to protect privacy, does not collect or keep intentionally in our database the information of those deemed legally incompetent. Our sites and other materials were not designed nor intended for incompetent people, not depending the place where you are doing your entry.

In order to protect the information that was sent to us, we have technical and operational resources to avoid theft and tampering. The access to all received information will only be handled by professionals responsible for handling such information and/or the compliance department. This procedure is done because we believe that secrecy is a fundamental factor of trust for you, reason that we will never sell any information about you.

Since we received a message requesting The Buenos International Advocacy information, we will use the data submitted by you in order to answer to your request. Eventually we may send documents informing about new services or changing them. In any situation you will have the opportunity to opt out to keep receiving them.

III – Registration

The receipt of your curriculum vitæ (CV) or résumé to apply for a vacancy in our team, we will use the information for the sole purpose of informing you about the available opportunities. This information will be stored in our database for a period that not exceed 01 (one) year.

IV – Your Passwords and Unauthorized Use of Your Account

You agree and understand that you are responsible for maintaining the secrecy of your password(s) used to access the Buenos International Advocacy Web Services. In that way, you agree that you are solely responsible before The Buenos International Advocacy for all activities that occur within your account(s) on the Buenos International Advocacy Web Services and any violation of these Terms caused by these activities.

If you become aware of any unauthorized use of your password or account, agrees that it shall immediately notify The Buenos International Advocacy.

V – Cookies

Our sites use cookies. Most browsers recognize when one is offered and permit that you accept or refuse it. The purpose of cookies use is to make our site more useful for you, providing information according to your needs. Such information is used to track your browsing habits. When you access the content on our sites to read or to download information, whatever they are, much of the information that we collect is actually statistical only, as the date and time, and the region where you are accessing the internet.

None of the information collected will be used to identify you. If you are unsure that your browser has this feature, check with the manufacturer of the software or your company’s help desk or with your Internet service provider.

It is important to note that the information provided or collected will be kept only as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes for which such information was collected or as required by law.

The information entrusted to us will not be shared with third parties, except when necessary to carry out our business activities, and may be transferred to any of the member firms or when required by law or by court order.

We recognize our responsibility to protect the privacy of your personal information at our websites. If you have questions about the administration of your information, please contact us via Do not hesitate to contact us for any concerns regarding our Privacy Policy.

VI – Translation Privacy Policy

The translation of this Privacy Policy of The Buenos International Advocacy services is provided solely for your convenience. Any inconsistencies between this version and any other language version are not intentional and will be resolved in favor of the Portuguese version.

Furthermore, although The Buenos International Advocacy make commercially reasonable efforts to comply the terms and conditions set forth herein in all jurisdictions where the services are available, The Buenos International Advocacy cannot give guarantees on the implementation of the provisions that protect the rights of their users in all of these jurisdictions.

VII – Property Law

You recognize and agree that The Buenos International Advocacy has all legal rights, title and interest, in relation to the Buenos International Advocacy Web Services, including intellectual property rights that survive in the Buenos International Advocacy Web Services (whether those rights are registered or not, anywhere in the world where they can exist).

Unless you have made a written agreement with The Buenos International Advocacy, nothing in these Terms gives you the right to use any of the names or trademarks, service marks, logos, domain names and any distinctive feature of The Buenos International Advocacy except those permitted by law. If an explicit right was granted to you to use any of these brands through an individual contract with The Buenos International Advocacy, then you agree that your use of these resources must respect this contract, any provision in these Terms and applicable usage guidelines for the Buenos International Advocacy’s brands, and must observe the updates.

Unless you have been authorized in writing by The Buenos International Advocacy, you agree that when using these Web Services, you will not use any trademark, service mark, trade name, logo of any company or organization with intent or may cause confusion about the owner or authorized user of such marks, names or logos.

VIII – Creating Links to the Buenos International Advocacy’s Web Sites

We are welcome with the creation of links to any of the Buenos International Advocacy pages. You are free to establish a hypertext link, provided since it does not imply any association, connection, sponsorship or endorsement of your site by The Buenos International Advocacy.

We do not allow inline frames or links to The Buenos International Advocacy web sites or parts of them.

IX – Other Sites

Our Web Services may contain directions to other sites. Some of these can be shared with The Buenos International Advocacy and resemble the features of the Buenos International Advocacy Web Services, however such sites and resources are provided by other companies, governmental entities, organizations or persons who are not part of The Buenos International Advocacy.

The Buenos International Advocacy do not control the terms of service or privacy policies of such sites and their terms and policies governing the use of such sites and the use of any information provided by you through those sites. You understand and agree that The Buenos International Advocacy is not responsible for the availability of any such external sites or resources and does not endorse any advertising, products or other materials on or available from such sites or resources.

You understand and agree that The Buenos International Advocacy is not responsible for loss or damage that you suffer as a result of the availability of such external sites or resources, or as a result of any dependence of integrity, accuracy or existence of any advertising, product or other materials on or available through such sites or resources.

X – General Legal Terms

The Terms constitute the whole legal agreement between you and The Buenos International Advocacy, govern your use of the Buenos International Advocacy Web Services and completely replace any other agreements between you and The Buenos International Advocacy concerning to the Buenos International Advocacy Web Services.

You agree that The Buenos International Advocacy may send you notices, including those related to changes in the Terms, by email, regular mail or postings on the Buenos International Advocacy Web Services.

You agree if The Buenos International Advocacy not work out or enforcing any legal right or remedy contained in the Terms (or which The Buenos International Advocacy entitled to any applicable law), it is not considered a formal renunciation of the rights of The Buenos International Advocacy and those rights or remedies will still be available for The Buenos International Advocacy.

If any court with jurisdiction to decide on this issue claim that any provision of these Terms is invalid, such provision will be removed from the Terms without affecting the rest of its content, which will remain valid and must be comply with.

The Terms, and your relationship with The Buenos International Advocacy under the Terms will be governed by the laws of the State of Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil), without regard to its conflict of law provision. By using the Buenos International Advocacy Web Services, you consent to the exclusive jurisdiction of the state and federal courts of Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, in all disputes arising the relation to these Terms or the Buenos International Advocacy Web Services.

XI – Disclosures Required By Law

The Buenos International Advocacy reserves the right to disclose users personal data as required by law and when we believe that disclosure is necessary to protect our rights and/or comply with a court order.

XII – Contacting The Buenos International Advocacy’s Group

If you have any questions about this Privacy and Security Policy or the practices of this site, you may contact:

The Buenos Advogados CustomerCare

Avenida Carlos Gomes 222/8º andar – Auxiliadora

90.480-000, Porto Alegre - RS – Brazil

Or, write to:

XIII – Physical Data Protection

All documents handled by the office are weekly destroyed by a 3rd class, level 5 shredder; according to the ISO/IEC 21964 (DIN 66399) - data protection in business processes.

The garbage is compacted and sent to the recycling center. In this way, we believe we are protecting our customers, maintaining the secrecy and confidentiality of the information; and ensuring the preservation of the environment.

We are highly engaged in reducing the our carbon footprint.

XIV – Version

V. 2.6.1

XV – Effective

Effective date on December 11, 2011.

XVI – Review and Effectiveness

Last review on December 28, 2018.

XXVII – Next Review

Revision date on December, 2020.