This Privacy Notice (“Notice”) describes how professional law partnership Šenavičius & Partners RESPONSE (“RESPONSE”or “we”) manages personal data of its clients, candidates for employees, website visitors or other individuals (“you”) and ensures protection of such data.


We are the controller of your personal data – professional law partnership Šenavičius & partners RESPONSE, legal entity code 305228516, registered address at Gynėjų str. 16, Vilnius, Republic of Lithuania.


If you have any questions or requests regarding the processing of personal data carried out by us, you may contact us by email or mail address at Gynėjų str. 16, Vilnius, Republic of Lithuania.


Since we are continually working on improving the provision of our legal services, this Notice may updated, as well. Any updates or changes to this Notice will be communicated by publishing an updated version of the Notice on our website.


Processing of personal for the provision of legal services


We process the personal data of our clients (their representatives, employees) for the purpose of providing legal services. Such data is processed for the purpose of concluding or executing contracts with our clients and for complying with the legal requirements applicable to RESPONSE, including anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing requirements.


The personal data of RESPONSE clients (their representatives, employees, processed for this purpose, might be:

  • basic personal data (name, surname, personal identification number, date of birth, etc.);
  • contact data (residence address, e-mail address, phone number, etc.);
  • financial data (information about the ownership or source of funds or income, transactional data and their amounts, etc.) and other financial information that may be processed in accordance with anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing requirements applied for us;
  • data, obtained from various state registers and other legitimate sources;
  • other data, you provide during the conclusion or performance of mutual contracts and data necessary for the provision of our services.


We may also process other natural persons’ data (e.g., personal data relating to another party in court proceedings) in the course of providing legal services. We process such data in accordance with Republic of Lithuania Law on the Bar as well as other legal acts regulating the provision of legal services.


In all cases RESPONSE processes personal data of their clients (their representatives, employees) or other persons only to the extent that this is necessary for ensuring proper provision of legal services and execution of legal obligations.


Personal data of clients (their representatives, employees) is typically retained for 10 years from the execution of contract, unless applicable legal regulations impose a longer period for the retention of relevant personal data.


Processing of personal data upon your request


When you contact us by email, phone or in any other way, RESPONSE will process the personal data you have submitted. The purpose of processing personal data is to manage the requests we receive, as well as to protect our (or other persons’) rights and legitimate interests. The basis for processing such data is RESPONSE’s legitimate interest.


Please comply to at least the minimum requirements for the protection of your personal data, i.e. do not provide excess personal data that is not necessary for the purpose sought. Also, please provide only as much personal data as it is necessary for attaining the purpose for which the request or letter is submitted.


The personal data submitted by you with your requests may be stored for up to 3 years. However, this retention period may also depend on the content, nature of the personal data submitted to RESPONSE and other circumstances. Given the need to protect RESPONSE (or other persons’) rights and legitimate interests, as well as in other cases indicated in legal acts, your personal data may be stored for a longer period.


Processing of personal data for direct marketing purposes


RESPONSE may process its clients’ and other persons’ personal data for direct marketing purposes (for example, we may send you newsletters with our offers and legal news, event invitations and other information).


For this purpose, we may process your contact information: name, surname, e-mail address, phone number, company name.


Direct marketing messages shall be sent to persons only with your explicit consent or when you are our client without expressly objecting to processing of your data for direct marketing purposes, for marketing of similar services. In all cases, you have the right at any time (both in advance and at any time thereafter) to object to the processing of your data for direct marketing purposes or to withdraw your consent by emailing us at


The storage period of your personal data processed for the purpose of direct marketing is 2 years from the date of receipt of the relevant data unless you refuse for such processing of your personal data before the end of the indicated retention period. Upon the expiry of the indicated period or if you refuse to process personal data for the purpose of direct marketing before the end of this period, RESPONSE will stop processing your data.


Processing of personal data of candidates to employees


For wanting to join the RESPONSE team, you may contact us and submit your details in the “Career” section of our website. You can also do this by sending information about yourself to our e-mail address at When you apply to join the RESPONSE team and are providing data about yourself (for example, by sending your CV, motivational letter, etc.), we process such personal data for the purpose of selecting the candidates for employees. We process such personal data on the basis of consent, i. e. when the candidate actively applies to RESPONSE.


We recommend that you comply with at least the minimum personal data protection requirements and do not provide redundant information that is not related to the candidacy for joining the RESPONSE team.


When you submit your personal data in order to join the RESPONSE team, we have the right to store and use such personal data for the purpose of selection for up to 1 year.


Processing of personal data when you visit the RESPONSE website


When you visit the RESPONSE website, we may process your personal data such as the visitor’s IP address, network and location data (if such data is provided). This data is collected with the help of cookies and other similar technologies based on your consent.


Cookies are small files (data files) that are sent to the internet browser used and stored on the website visitor’s device (computer, phone, etc.). For this reason, the RESPONSE website can “remember” the website visitor’s actions, options, and operations performed for a certain period of time. Cookies are transferred to the website visitor’s computer the first time they visit our website.


Cookies are used to ensure the smooth, secure operation of the website as well as to analyse website visitors’ habits. This allows the website to be better tailored to the needs of its visitors. Some types of cookies (such as necessary cookies) are necessary for the proper functioning of the website.


The RESPONSE website uses the following cookies:

Name of the cookie Description and type Moment of creation Expiry date The data used
pll_language Identifies the language most commonly used by the visitor and provides the visitor with the content of the site in the appropriate language, if possible. Upon the visit of the page. 1 year The language selected by the user when he comes back to visit the website again.


You can control the use of cookies by changing your web browser settings. Each browser is different, so if you don’t know how to change your cookie settings, we recommend that you review its use manuals and instructions. If you do not want cookies to collect information, please opt out of your use of cookies in your browser settings. However, some types of cookies (such as necessary cookies) are necessary for the proper functioning of the website, and if you refuse these cookies the website may lose functionality.


More useful information on cookies and how to control and remove them can be found at


Recipients of your personal data


While carrying out our business we use various service providers (data processors), to whom your personal data may be transferred (e.g., providers of accounting services, communications services, server services, etc.). In any event, your personal data will be transferred to our service providers only to the extent and when it is necessary for the provision of their services.


Your data may also be shared with other recipients (e.g., courts, notaries, bailiffs, various public authorities, etc.). By providing your personal data to other data recipients, we seek to ensure that all relevant legislative requirements would be ensured, and your personal data would be protected against loss or unauthorized use.


Rights of data subjects


As a data subject, you have the following rights:

  • to access your personal data and how it is processed (you have the right to receive confirmation as to whether we are processing your data, as well as the right to access your processed personal data and other related information);
  • to require rectification of incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete data (if you believe that the information, we process about you is inaccurate, incorrect, you always have the right to demand that this information be changed, clarified or corrected);
  • to require deletion of your personal data (in certain circumstances specified in legal acts, for example, when personal data is processed illegally, the basis for data processing has been revoked, etc., you have the right to request that we delete your personal data);
  • to restrict the processing of your personal data (in certain circumstances specified in legal acts, for example. when your personal data is processed illegally, etc., you have the right to request that we limit the processing of your personal data);
  • to require transferring your personal data to another data controller or to provide it directly to you in a form convenient to you (in certain cases, you have the right to transfer to another data controller the data that we process after receiving your consent);
  • to object to processing of your personal data if it is processed on the basis of a legitimate interest, except in cases where there is legitimate interest for such processing or in order to assert, fulfill or defend legal claims;
  • to withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data. In cases where your personal data is processed based on explicit consent, you have the right to withdraw the given consent to the processing of your personal data at any time.


If you believe that your personal data has been processed unlawfully or your rights regarding the processing of personal data have been violated, you have the right to contact the State Data Protection Inspectorate.


However, we recommend that you first contact RESPONSE (by email at or mail at the address Gynėjų str. 16, Vilnius, Republic of Lithuania) immediately prior to contacting the State Data Protection Inspectorate. In this way, we will together find the most operative and mutually optimal solution to the problem.


The content of this privacy notice is review on 2022-10-24