By using or accessing the website at “www.altumlaw.sg” (“Website“) you agree to be bound by, and comply with, the following terms and conditions, as may be amended from time to time. If you do not agree to these terms, please exit the Website immediately.
The Website and all web pages thereunder, including the information, content, images, graphics and other materials displayed therein (collectively “Content“) are protected by applicable intellectual property laws, including copyright and trademark laws. The intellectual property rights in the Content is owned by or licensed to us.
The Content is provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis for general information purposes and shall not be regarded or relied upon as legal or other professional advice for any matter whatsoever. Nothing in this Website shall constitute or create a solicitor-client relationship or any other special relationship or privilege between the reader and Altum Law, and readers should seek formal legal advice, if such is required.
No warranties or representations, whether express or implied, are given in respect of the Website or the Content. The Content may be modified or removed without prior notice. No part of the Website or Content may be reproduced, distributed, mirrored or framed in any manner. These terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with Singapore law.
We are not responsible or liable for the content and availability of any external sites linked to or from the Website. If you create a link or frame to the Website, you do so at your own risk. We reserve the right to object or disable any link or frame to or from the Website. We reserve the right to change the URL of the Website.
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION POLICY
The following sets out Altum Law Corporation’s policy (“Policy“) in respect of personal data which is subject to the Personal Data Protection Act (No. 26 of 2012) of Singapore (“PDPA“).
By interacting with us, submitting information to us, or engaging our services, you agree and consent to Altum Law Corporation, as well as our service providers and third parties appointed by us or on your behalf (collectively, “us“, “we” or “our“) collecting, using and disclosing your Personal Data in the manner set out in this Policy.
This Policy may be modified from time to time and by continuing to interact with us, you agree to be bound by the prevailing terms of the Policy as so modified from time to time.
“Personal Data” refers to any data, whether true or not, about an individual who can be identified (a) from that data; or (b) from that data and other information to which we have or are likely to have access, including data in our records as may be updated from time to time, but excludes “business contact information” as defined in the PDPA.
Generally, we may collect Personal Data in various ways such as:
- in the course of your engaging our services, or your providing documentation or information to us;
- when you communicate or interact with us via telephone, letters, fax, face-to-face meetings, our website, email or other modes of contact. Telephone calls may be recorded;
- CCTV recordings while you are within our premises;
- when you attend any event organised by us;
- photographs or videos taken by us or our representatives when you attend events hosted by us;
- when you submit an employment application or provide documents or information such as your resume or related information, from recruitment agencies and employment references; and
- from public information sources, search services and other third parties.
If you provide any Personal Data relating to a third party (including your directors, shareholders, members, beneficial owners and the like) to us, you represent to us and must ensure that you have notified such third party of the terms of this Policy and obtained his consent.
Generally, we collect, use and disclose Personal Data for a variety of reasons, such as:
- providing our services;
- responding to, processing and handling your queries, feedback and suggestions;
- verifying your identity, processing payments as well as managing our administrative and business operations;
- managing the security of our premises, facilities and technology infrastructure;
- complying with applicable laws and regulations, codes of practice or guidelines, policies, procedures, regulatory requirements (which may extend to pandemic related contact tracing requirements, know-your-client and related reviews) and directions issued by relevant authorities;
- the establishment, exercise or defence of any legal or equitable claim;
- for any legitimate purposes; and
- any other purpose relating to any of the above.
Additionally, if you are seeking internship, training positions, employment or any other appointment with us, we may collect, use and disclose your Personal Data for processing and assessing your application and performing background checks.
In your interactions with us, we may also have specifically notified you of other purposes for which we collect, use or disclose your Personal Data. This Policy supplements but does not supersede nor replace any other consents you may have previously provided to us in respect of your Personal Data, and your consents herein are additional to any rights which we may have at law to collect, use or disclose your Personal Data.
Further, we may disclose your Personal Data in the following:
- to third party service providers assisting with your matter;
- to agents, contractors or third party service providers who provide operational or administrative services;
- to our professional advisers;
- to any relevant authorities, whether local or overseas;
- for any legitimate purposes; and
- to the extent necessary to comply with any laws, regulations, rules, directions, and guidelines.
On the payment of a small fee, you have the right (subject to certain exceptions) to be provided with a copy of the Personal Data we hold about you and an explanation of how we use it. In certain circumstances you may also require us to alter or remove any Personal Data we may hold about you.
You agree and acknowledge that where you have engaged us to carry out any work in any jurisdictions outside Singapore or where we may otherwise be required to transfer your personal data information or records to any jurisdictions outside Singapore to effect your instructions or for the purposes of carrying out our engagement (this will typically be to overseas foreign legal counsels or other parties whom you have instructed us, or whom we are required to liaise with (whether on your behalf or otherwise)), you consent to such transfer or transmission of your personal data, and, to the extent permitted by law, we shall not be held responsible or liable as to whether the overseas recipient(s) may be able to provide to the transferred personal data a standard of protection comparable to that provided by the PDPA.
Our Website may contain links to other sites that are operated by third parties with different person data protection policies, and we do not take any responsibility for these third-party websites and their personal data handling practices, should you choose to access such sites.
If you would like to withdraw your consent to any use of your Personal Data as set out in this Policy or provided otherwise, or would like to obtain access or make corrections to your Personal Data records, please contact our Data Protection Officer, as follows:
Telephone: +65 6202 9360
Address: 160 Robinson Rd, #26-06, SBF Center, Singapore 068914
Please note that if you withdraw your consent to any or all use of your Personal Data, we may be limited in our ability to, or not be able to continue to, provide our services to you.