Privacy Statement and Cookies

You have the right to inspect, improve, supplement, delete and protect your personal data in accordance with the provisions of the Personal Data Protection Act.

Stichting Hupkes cs advocaten, established in Amsterdam and registered with the Chamber of Commerce in Amsterdam under number 50437275 (hereinafter referred to as: the office), is responsible for this website. Below you will find information about the use of cookies on our website(s) and about the way in which we guarantee privacy.

Cookie statement

The office’s website uses cookies from Google Analytics. To this end, the office has a processor agreement with Google Inc. Closed. The last octet of the IP address of the website visitors has been masked by the office and the ‘share data’ option has been disabled. In addition, the office does not use other Google services in combination with the Google Analytics cookies. Now that the use of cookies is limited in this way, visitors to the website do not have to give permission for the placing of cookies.

Data processing and privacy

When you visit this website, the office can process data from you via e-mail forms that you have completed. When sending this data over the internet, the office uses a secure internet connection (SSL). The office guarantees and respects your privacy, for example by complying with the Personal Data Protection Act and by complying with the rules of our profession as laid down in the Advocatenwet and the regulations as established by the Dutch Bar Association, including the rules of conduct that apply to lawyers. Personal data will only be used to the extent that it is compatible with the purposes set out in the above laws and regulations.

Transfer to processors and third parties

Personal data is processed by companies engaged by the office for the execution of the agreement. The law calls these companies ‘processors’. You can think of the company that provides the hosting of our website. The processors act under the responsibility of the office. Personal data can also be shared with third parties as responsible parties if it is required by law to pass on personal data to competent authorities.

Third Party Websites

This Privacy Statement does not apply to websites of third parties that can be visited by means of links via a website maintained by the office.

Notification obligation under the WWFT

Lawyers have a profession regulated by law and regulation. In certain specific circumstances, lawyers and other professionals and institutions are required to report unusual financial transactions to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing. This obligation to report is an exception to the legally enshrined professional secrecy. The Wwft does not apply to lawyers insofar as they perform work for a client regarding the determination of his legal position, his representation and defense in court, the provision of advice before, during and after legal proceedings or the provision of advice on the initiation or defence. avoiding a lawsuit.

Your privacy rights

You have the right to inspect, improve, supplement, delete and protect your personal data in accordance with the provisions of the Personal Data Protection Act. If you want to make use of one of these rights, or if you have any questions about this Privacy Statement, you can send an e-mail to

Change of Privacy Statement

The Privacy Statement can be changed by the office. Change will be published on this website. The current privacy statement was last amended on March 18, 2018.