News 24 Jun. 2021
Curtis successfully defends foreign states' procedural privileges in the UK Supreme Court
News 23 Jun. 2021
Ibrahim Elsadig joins Curtis as Partner in Dubai
Client Alert 24 Feb. 2022
EU, UK, Japan and Australia Impose Sanctions on Russia
News 09 Aug. 2021
Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle enters into association with Chevalier Law in Singapore.
News 06 May. 2022
Curtis Advises Terna Group on the Sale of its Latin America Power Transmission Assets to CDPQ
Publications 05 May. 2022
Marie-Claire Argac, Simon Batifort, and Cyprien Mathié share highlights from “Affaires d’Etats: Practical Considerations When Defending States in International Arbitration” on Kluwer Arbitration Blog
Event 26 Apr. 2022
Claudia Frutos-Peterson Speaks at CAI Costa Rica’s 13th Congress of International Arbitration
News 21 Apr. 2022
SCOTUS Upholds U.S. Colonialism under the U.S. Constitution
Client Alert 23 Mar. 2022
The Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC) has launched the DIAC Arbitration Rules 2022
Event 22 Nov. 2021
Partner Antonia Birt spoke at ADGMAC and AIAC Webinar Series: Webinar 5 - Disputes in Fintech and Complex Technology in MESEA
News 19 May. 2022
Eliot Lauer’s and Juan Perla’s Tenth Circuit Arguments Featured on Audio Arguendo Podcast
News 16 May. 2022
Curtis Files SCOTUS Amicus Brief for Ohio Justice & Policy Center in Prisoners’ Rights Case
Client Alert 21 Apr. 2022
New Laws Targeting Assets of Russian Oligarchs: The U.S. Announces Task Force KleptoCapture and the Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Rewards Program
Client Alert 19 Apr. 2022
U.S. President Biden Expands Export Controls Imposed on Russia and Belarus
Client Alert 24 Jun. 2021
Update on Virtual Notarization (Executive Order 202.7) During the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic (Updated: June 24, 2021) — U.S. Insight
Update on Virtual Witnessing (New York Executive Order 202.14) During The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic (Updated: June 24, 2021) — U.S. Insight
Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP (a limited liability partnership organized under the laws of the State of New York, USA) and its associated entities and offices practicing under the Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle name in other jurisdictions (including Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP, a limited liability partnership established under English law) (collectively, “Curtis” or “we”) are committed to being transparent about how it collects and processes personal data and to meeting its data protection obligations under applicable data protection laws and regulations. The list of Curtis entities and offices, which are located outside as well as within the European Economic Area (“EEA”), is set out in the Legal Notices section of our website.
The primary controller of an individual’s personal data in connection with Recruitment insofar as Curtis entities are concerned when processing such data will be the Curtis entity to whom a Recruitment-related enquiry or application has been made.
Types and sources of personal data Curtis may collect and process in connection with Recruitment
Curtis may collect and process in connection with Recruitment personal data such as an individual’s:
(a) first and last name(s), title, gender, date of birth and contact details (postal address, personal or business email addresses and/or telephone numbers);
(b) ID documentation such as passport, ID card and/or driving licence;
(c) immigration status documentation such as work permit, visa or other immigration documents;
(d) references, diplomas, certificates and other education and/or qualification documentation, results of background checks, including, to the extent permitted by applicable laws and regulations, checks regarding criminal record;
(e) curriculum vitae (CV), together with supporting documentation and application, including any personal data relating to reasons for the application;
(f) language skills; and/or
(g) any special requirements (such as in relation to a disability or any health issue).
We may collect or receive such personal data via email, online, in hard copy, over the phone, via videoconference and/or in person (such as at interviews or other meetings): directly from an applicant to whom such data relates; or from an intermediary such as a recruitment agency; or from a reference or background screening provider; from the applicant’s referees, current and/or present employers; and/or from other lawful sources.
Personal data Curtis processes in connection with Recruitment may include “special categories of personal data” of an individual, which includes data revealing an individual’s racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, genetic or biometric data (such as passport photos and other ID photos) processed for the purpose of uniquely identifying an individual, data concerning health or data concerning an individual’s sex life or sexual orientation.
In addition, Curtis may, where appropriate, process, in connection with Recruitment, personal data relating to an individual’s criminal offenses or confirmation of clean criminal record, if permitted and/or required by applicable laws and/or regulations.
Our lawful bases for processing an applicant’s personal data in connection with Recruitment
Curtis’ lawful bases for processing personal data in connection with Recruitment are:
Our lawful bases for processing special categories of personal data in connection with Recruitment
Our lawful bases for processing special categories of personal data of an individual in connection with Recruitment are:
Cross-border transfers of personal data and recipients of data in connection with Recruitment
Processing of personal data (which includes, or may include, special categories of personal data and/or information regarding an individual’s criminal record or alleged criminal activities) by any office(s) of the Curtis entities within the European Economic Area (“EEA”) involves transfer of such personal data to the offices of the Curtis entities outside the EEA. Such transfers are made on the legal bases described in the Privacy Statement on our website. Such data may also be transferred by a Curtis entity to a third party which may be within or outside the EEA. The categories of recipients of personal data processed by Curtis and legal bases for transfers of such data to recipients outside the EEA are set out in the Privacy Statement on our website.
Failure to provide information
Where personal data of an individual is needed by Curtis for the purposes of, or in connection with, any aspect of the Recruitment process and such personal data is not provided to us, Curtis may stop or not proceed with the Recruitment process.
Curtis has implemented appropriate personal data security policies and technical measures to protect personal data under its control, including personal data which Curtis processes in connection with Recruitment, from unauthorized access, improper use, unauthorized modification, unauthorized disclosure or accidental loss. The Curtis entities have put in place procedures to deal with any personal data breach in accordance with their respective legal obligations in this regard under applicable laws and regulations.
Retention of personal data in connection with Recruitment
Personal data processed by Curtis in connection with Recruitment is retained by Curtis: (i) in relation to successful Recruitment applications which result in the individual to whom the application relates commencing work at Curtis, for the period specified in the relevant job offer documentation; and (ii) in relation to Recruitment applications which are unsuccessful or which do not ultimately result in the individual to whom the application relates commencing work at Curtis, typically, for the period of up to one year, in each case, except where one or more Curtis entities believe that such personal data is or may be otherwise required to be retained for a longer period by any applicable laws or regulations and/or professional or regulatory rules and/or standards to which one or more Curtis entities are subject, in which case such personal data will be retained for such longer period.
Individuals’ rights under the GDPR
Individuals have, or may have, rights under the GDPR, including in respect of their personal data processed by Curtis in connection with Recruitment. For the description of such rights and how individuals may exercise one or more of their rights under the GDPR in connection with their personal data processed by Curtis, please see the Privacy Statement on our website.
If you need further information on how Curtis processes individuals’ personal data, please click the following link to our Privacy Statement or contact Curtis' Chief Privacy Officers.