Legal notes2018-10-12T16:28:17+00:00

Legal notice

Privacy & Cookie Policy
Terms & conditions

Moores Rowland Partners S.r.l is a tax and legal audit consultancy firm located in the following adress:

Moores Rowland Partners S.r.l.

piazza Lorenzo Viani, 11/a

55049 Viareggio (LU)


T +39 0584 1667536

F +39 0584 1667510

P.IVA IT02370480465
REA 220269

Privacy & cookie policy

Moores Rowland Partners S.r.l. undertakes to respect the privacy of the user of the web site according to the terms of the regulations applied of the protection of personal data and in particular to the regulation (EU) 2016/679 (hereinafter “Regulation, GDPR).

This document (“Privacy & Cookie Policy”) contains information on the process of personal data collected through this web site (hereinafter “Site”) and therefore represents general information of the afore mentioned law.
Within the web site, where personal data of the user has been collected it’s normally issued a specific information. The disclosure only refers to the present site and not for other web sites eventually consulted by the user via link.

In accordance of art. 13 of the Regulation, we provide you with the following information:

The data controller is:
Moores Rowland Partners S.r.l. with head office in Piazza Lorenzo Viani 11/a – 55049 Viareggio (LU).

Can be subject to the collection of data:

The collection of personal data of users only visiting the Site (without sending communication or using reserved areas) is limited to navigation data, which are data needed for the transmission of the Site which are necessary for the functioning of the computer systems responsible for the management of the Site and Internet communication protocols. This category involves for example IP addresses or the domain of the computer by which is used to visit the Site and other parameters related to the operating system used by the user to connect to the Site. The company collects this and other data (for example the number of visits and the time the user stays on the Site) only for statistical use and in an anonymous way to control the functioning of the Site and for improving its functions. It refers to information of the user and that is not collected to be associated with other information of the user and for identification. These data, for its own nature, can allow the identification of the users when processed and matched with those data held by third parties.
The juridical part of these treatments it’s the legitimated interest of the Owner of the treatment for managing the technical part related to the functioning and the security of the Site defined by art. 6.1(f) of the Regulation.

Cookies are small text file that are placed on your computer or mobile devices by web sites and saved in the directory of the web browser of the user. There are a variety of cookies, some used to let the web site work more efficiently others to enable certain functions.

The site uses “technical” cookies which are navigation or session cookies. They are direct instruments to make the Site functional and optimize the navigation and the use of the Site.

There are also analytical Cookies that collect information, in an aggregative way, on the number of users and how they visit the Site. In particular, the Site uses Google Analytics where the cookie policy can be read at the following link:

In order to comply with the privacy of our users, the service is used in mode “_anonymizeip” that allows to hide the IP addresses of the user that are visiting the Site. There are no profiling cookies presented.
The user can choose to able or disable the cookies, intervening on the settings of the individual browser by using the instructions available by the supplier of the link indicated hereunder:

The legal base of this policy is to be used for technical management and statistical analysis which is the legitimate interest of the Data controller of the policy defined in art. 6.1 (f) of the Regulation. There may be other cookies presented within services and application used by the Site (exp. for the use of maps). More information of the use of these cookies can be found on:

By sending optional, explicit and voluntarily messages via form and e-mail to the addresses indicated on this site results in the acquisition of the address of the sender necessary to be able to respond to the request which may also include other personal data requested by the form or inserted by the user in the message. The legal part of these policies, necessary to treat the specific requests by the user, is art. 6.1 (b) of the Regulation, i.e. the execution of a contract in which the person concerned is part or the execution of precontractual measures adopted upon request of the same.

The personal data of the user will be used in the procedure to verify if the necessary competences are met for a recruitment or to start a work collaboration with Moores Roland Partners S.r.l. The candidate has to indicate the common personal data (personal details, study degree, work experience etc.) and will not have to indicate – excepted any belonging to protected categories – adequate personal data to reveal racial and ethnical origin, religion, philosophical or other types, political opinions, membership of political parties, unions and also personal data revealing state of health and sexual life. Possible adequate personal data revealing the state of health (in particular belonging to protected categories) or other particular data (stated in art. 9 of the Regulation) will be immediately deleted if a written confirmation of consent of treatment of personal data made by the person concerned is missing.

For the common personal data (personal details, study degree, work experience etc.) the legal base of the processing is the execution of those precontractual measures adopted upon request of the subject concerned; more specifically, the will of the subject concerned to participate to a selection procedure to establish a work relationship with Moores Rowland Partners Srl. For those data revealing the health status (related, in particular, to the belonging to protected categories) or other particular data (as indicated in article 9 of the Regulation), as well as for the time of conservation of the data of this treatment, the legal base is the consent provided by the concerned subject

The forms to be filled in on this Site provides both those data strictly necessary to manage the communication and the requests by the user, marked with the symbol (*) which means that if not clicked the user doesn’t give the authorization to continue the requests, and those which are not mandatory that are not strictly necessary to reply to the enquiries made by the subjects concerned. If no authorization is provided, no consequences occur.

In accordance with the provisions of art. 5.1. (c) of the Regulation, the information systems and computer programs used by the Data Controller are configured in such a way as to minimize the use of personal and identifying data; the data will be kept for the period of time strictly necessary to reach the purpose and in any case, the criteria used to determine the retention period is based on compliance with the terms permitted by applicable laws and the principles of minimization of treatment, limitation of conservation and rational management of archives.
The navigation data are kept for any technical analysis related to the functionality and security of the site for a period of 60 days and then deleted. They may be kept for a longer period and made available to the judicial authorities to ascertain and identify the perpetrators of any computer crimes committed against the Site or through the Website.
The data obtained from analytical cookies are anonymized and do not allow to trace the identity of the user.
The data transmitted voluntarily by users (by form or email) will be kept for the period of time strictly necessary to reach the purposes. In the case of a simple appointment request they will be kept until the appointment itself. In case of data relating to complaints, the maximum retention period is 5 years from the conclusion of the proceeding. In case of commercial or administrative communications, the maximum term is 10 years.
The personal data of the resumes submitted will be kept for a period of time not exceeding 24 months.

The Data Controller undertakes to protect the safety of the personal data of the user and complies with the safety rules provided by the applicable law in order to avoid the loss of such data, their illegitimate or illicit use and any unauthorized access to those, with particular, but non-exclusive reference to articles 25-32 of the Regulation.

Your personal data may be shared, when strictly necessary for the following reasons:

  • Persons specifically designated by the Data Controller to process personal data
    necessary to perform activities strictly related to the services supplied, appropriately trained, and committed to confidentiality;
  • third parties providing services to the Company, which usually act as data controllers, such as managers of communication services, electronic mail, address for correspondence, technical services for the management of the Site, suppliers of IT services or, depending on the request, suggestions or complaints, to suppliers of products or services relating to the nature of the complaint or suggestion;
  • subjects, bodies or authorities to whom it is mandatory to communicate your personal data in accordance with the provisions of law or orders of the authorities.

These subjects will receive only the data necessary for the relevant functions and will undertake to use them only for the purposes indicated above and to treat them in compliance with the applicable privacy legislation. The updated list of data controllers is available by sending a written request to the Data Controller.

Transfer of personal data outside the European Union is not expected.

Users can exercise at any time the rights provided by CHAPTER III of the Regulation. In particular, they have the right to request the Data Controller access to data concerning them, their correction or deletion, the integration of incomplete data, the limitation of processing; to receive the data provided in a structured format, commonly used and readable by automatic device; to revoke any consent given to the processing and to object in whole or in part to the use of data; and to exercise the other rights recognized by the applicable regulations. These rights can be exercised by e-mail to the following e-mail address: Pursuant to art. 77 of the Regulation, moreover, users have the right to make a complaint with the Data Protection Authority in case they consider that the treatment violates the aforementioned Regulation.

Moores Rowland Partners S.r.l. will maintain the present report constantly updated. Where is written “LAST UPDATE” at the footer of the page indicates the date when the report was last updated.

The present report has been updated on 14th May, 2018

Terms and conditions

  • Definitions.
    General conditions:
    – for “Company” it’s referred to as “Moores Rowland Partners S.r.l with head office in Piazza Lorenzo Viani 11/a – 55049 – Viareggio (LU) P.IVA. 02370480465;
    – for “Site” it’s referred to owned and managed by Moores Rowland Partners S.r.l.;
    – for “User” or “You” it’s referred to any visitor and or user of the Site;
    – for “Contents” it’s referred to contents offered by the user via the Site or specific parts of the Site.
  • Subject
    This agreement contains the general conditions applied by the user related to the use of the Site and its contents. The present general conditions set out the procedural guidelines of the use of the Site, the responsabilities of the user and along with other aspects, the limitation on liability of the Company. Before using the Site, please read carefully and in full the present general conditions. Accessing any part or section of the Site, the user accepts the present general conditions and commits to follow it. In case You are not agreeing with the present general conditions you need to refrain from using the Site.
  • Intellectual property rights.
    The user acknowledges that any material present on the Site (exemplified: texts, datas, the software, photos, design, videos, graphs, music, sounds, images, illustrations, icons, artworks) is protected by copyright or other devices with intellectual property and is exclusively owned by the Company and/or third parties.
    The copying, reproduction even partial, the download, the saving, the communication to third parties, the publication or diffusion of any type and more generally any act of disposition or use of the material contained in the Site, in all forms, through existing media and technologies or developed in the future, are prohibited, unless expressly stated otherwise in the Site or upon written authorization by the Company and / or respective holders of rights.
  • Distinguishing marks
    “Moores Rowland Partners S.r.l.” and “Moores Rowland Partners are names and/or distinguishing marks owned by the Company, like the logos uses on the Site.
    The use or reproduction in any form and way of the mentioned names and/or distinguishing marks and logos is strictly forbidden if not expressively authorized in writing by the company.
  • Limitations related to the use of the Site.
    The user can use the Site only for legitimate activities and should not use the Site for any activity that will violate the rights of the Company or third parties.
    It’s expressively forbidden to use any part or section of the Site and its contents for direct or indirect commercial activities or advertise of any kind if the Company has not authorized it in writing. Users that will carry out fraudulent or illegal actions will be prosecuted according to the applicable law.
  • Limitation of liability
    Texts, information and all contents included or available on the Site can contain inaccuracies and errors. The company gives no guarantee relatively of the Site and its Contents. The information and Contents of the Site are subject to change periodically. Within the limits of the law, the Company and/or its suppliers cannot be held responsible against users and any third parties for direct or indirect damages of any kind including, as an example, for damages for the miss use of the Site deriving from or in any way connected to the use of the Site and its Contents, for delay or impossibility to use the Site or its relative Contents, supply or missing of supply of its contents or any information or contents obtained through the Site.
    For characteristic motives and technical limitations related to the protection of electronic communications via Internet, the company doesn’t guarantee that the information or data seen by the user through the Site will not be accessible or seen by non-authorized third parties. In no circumstance the Company and its collaborators will be responsible for any loss, request, damage, direct or indirect in any kind or in any kind of way connected with the use of the Site that is not in compliance with the present general conditions.
  • Link to and from other Web Sites.
    The Site can contain links to third party web sites. The company doesn’t guarantee and assume any responsibility about contents and information supplied by these third parties, their completeness or accuracy, nor relatively of the contents of the web sites of these third-party objects.
    The Company do not guarantee and has no responsibility about contents, availability, functioning and compliances of any kind of web sites that this web site can be connected to or where access can be made to this Site. Any link from other sites to the present Site through hyperlinks from its home page can be freely made.
    Hyperlinks, i.e. deep links, or means used to hide the framing are strictly forbidden.
  • Protection of privacy and processing of personal data
    The possible processing of personal data of the user will be done by the Company through means guaranteeing the security and in full compliance of the applicable Italian legislation (Regulation EU 679/2016 – GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation).
    To be able to activate specific functions, the Site may use i.e. cookies (files sent through the server of the Site to the browser of the user). The user can choose to be informed about her use of cookies or limit the use or prevent the use by modifying the options related to her navigation program. For more detailed information about the processing of personal data and the use of cookies, please see this page LINK
    No personal data of the user will be collected or registered by the Company by simply consulting the Site.
  • Reports
    To report or ask for more information by a user please write to:
    Moores Rowland Partners S.r.l.,
    Piazza Lorenzo Viani 11/a – 55049 Viareggio (LU)
    Ph.: +39 0584 1667536
  • Termination of the service
    The Company may terminate or stop the access of the user from all or parts of the Site in any moment without prior notice and by its sole discretion.