Privacy Policy


1.       Introduction

This Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy describes how Brum Costa Abogados collects, uses, and protects the personal information that the user provides when browsing our website .

2.      Information we collect

We may collect personal information that you provide directly, such as your name, email address, telephone number, and any other information you provide through forms on our website.

3.      Basis of Legitimation

We collect personal data as a result of providing our services and for the fulfilment of contractual terms. In this sense, we process data necessary to provide the aforementioned services.

We also collect information for the fulfilment of legal obligations.

We may process data for advertising and marketing purposes, for which we obtain the consent of the data subjects.

4.      Use of information

Brum Costa primarily collects personal data for the purposes of responding to your enquiries, managing, and administering your relationship with us, sending you legal updates, newsletters, and related communications, as well as to improve our services and personalise your experience on our website.

The data we request is strictly necessary for the purposes mentioned above and we may not be able to provide the Services you contract for if you do not provide us with the information requested.

While processing the data we may perform assessments under automated processes for the purposes of assessing and managing ML/TF/PFWMD risk, fraud prevention, and other legal obligations to which we are subject.

5.      Processing and disclosure of personal data

It is understood that, by using this website, the user knows, accepts, and consents that their personal data will be treated and processed by Brum Costa for the sole purpose of providing tools and content of the greatest utility according to the user's profile. In this regard, they will be processed by Brum Costa in accordance with the provisions of Law No. 18.331 and concordant, amending, and regulatory standards. In compliance with the provisions of the regulations, the data communicated by users of the website will be included in Brum Costa's database, for which Brum Costa is legally responsible.

6.      Security and confidentiality measures

Likewise, and in compliance with the aforementioned regulations, Brum Costa undertakes to adopt the appropriate measures to guarantee the security and confidentiality of the personal data collected, as well as to adopt the appropriate levels of security to avoid its adulteration, loss, consultation, or unauthorised processing by third parties who may use it for purposes other than those for which it has been requested. Brum Costa is exonerated from any kind of liability that has to do or may be due to the lack of truthfulness, accuracy, legitimacy, or relevance of the data provided by users, with each user being solely responsible for any damage caused as a result of the information included on the website.

7.      Purpose

We may use personal data for marketing purposes or to send promotional materials relating to Brum Costa services that may be of interest. We may also contact you to solicit feedback on the services provided or for research or marketing purposes.

8.      Data retention

Personal data will be stored for the time necessary to fulfil contractual obligations, resolve problems, make improvements, introduce new services, and comply with applicable legislation. After this period, Brum Costa will remove the data from its database, without prejudice to the right of clients to request deletion at any time.

9.      Veracity of the information

The data provided to Brum Costa by users must be accurate and truthful. The client guarantees the authenticity and updating of said data and is responsible for damages caused by incorrect or false information.

10.   Data transfer to third parties

Brum Costa may store your personal data on its servers or on the servers of third parties, either in Uruguay or in other countries with adequate levels of protection. If it is required to transfer your data to jurisdictions with inadequate protection, Brum Costa will take regulatory steps to protect your data. By accepting the privacy policy, you consent to the international transfer of your data to trusted third parties who provide services for Brum Costa, ensuring that these third parties will treat your data in a professional manner and only for the purposes authorised by you.

11.    Exercise of Rights

At Brum Costa we make sure that people have the possibility of being informed about the data processing that we carry out. To this end, we generate a communication channel through which they may at any time submit requests for access, rectification, cancellation and information on assessment criteria, processes and technological solutions applied to the same.

You may exercise these rights by sending an email to, in person at Alejandro Schroeder 6537 - Montevideo or by calling 2601 7777.

12.   Changes to the Privacy Policy

Brum Costa reserves the right to update this Privacy Policy at any time. You will be notified of significant changes through a notice on our website. Your continued use of our website after any such changes will constitute your acceptance of the modifications.

13.   Contact

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, please contact us at

By using our website, you accept the terms of this Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy.