Privacy Policy


George Henry Partners LP (GHP and we) are committed to protecting and respecting the privacy of individuals whose personal information we may collect during the course of our business.

This Privacy Policy (together with our terms and conditions and any other documents referred to on our website, set out the basis on which any personal data we collect from you, or that you provide to us, will be processed by us.

We may collect such information in a number of ways, including:

  • through your use of our website;
  • when you contact us or request information from us;
  • when you instruct us to carry out legal services for you;
  • as a result of your relationship with members of our staff or clients;
  • if you are a current member of staff or a job applicant.

If you have any questions or require any further information regarding our Privacy Policy, then you may contact us at


Personal information that we process may include:

  • basic personal information, such as your name (including any relevant prefix or title), your company, your position, and your relationship to other people;
  • contact information, such as your postal address, email address and telephone numbers;
  • financial information relating to you, such as billing information in connection with the services that we provide;
  • technical information, such as information from your visits to our website;
  • information you provide to us for the purpose of attending meetings and events;
  • information provided by you or collected by us as part of our client take-on processes;
  • personal information provided to us by or on behalf of our clients or created by us while providing legal services to them;
  • any other information which you may provide to us from time to time.

We must ensure that your personal information is accurate and up to date. Please let us know of any changes to your personal information by emailing us at the contact e-mail address set out at the end of this Privacy Policy.


When we request or receive personal information, this may be for one or more of the following purposes:

  • to provide and improve our services to you and to our clients, including handling personal information of others on behalf of our clients;
  • to inform you of events and developments in the law which we think will be of interest to you;
  • human resources purposes, including recruitment;
  • to administer our website and help us to improve our services;
  • to issue invoices, manage accounts and records, and for the collection of payments and debts;
  • to allow us to adhere with our legal, regulatory and risk management obligations (for example, carrying out and maintaining client due diligence).


We may use personal information for one or more of the following reasons:

  • to perform a contract, such as the provision of legal services to a client;
  • for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims or proceedings;
  • to comply with legal, regulatory and risk management obligations;
  • where we have a legitimate interest in doing so.

We rely on legitimate interests to process personal information in order to carry out express client instructions and where we send targeted updates on legal developments and invitations to events. Please let us know if you believe that such legitimate interests do not exist or do not justify this using the contact details set out at the bottom of this Privacy Policy. We will then let you know in writing, with reasons, whether or not we agree, or whether other overriding legal principles justify our processing of your personal information. Please refer also to section 8 which describes your rights in relation to your personal information.


We will retain your personal information for such period as may be required taking into account the purpose for which the information is collected. That period is based on the requirements of relevant data protection law, taking into account legal and regulatory requirements to retain the information for a minimum period, limitation periods for taking legal action, good practice, and our legitimate business purposes.


We may share your personal information with certain trusted third parties in accordance with contractual arrangements in place with them or in some other circumstances, including:

  • our professional advisers and auditors;
  • third party suppliers of certain support services such as word processing, translation and photocopying;
  • IT and payroll service providers;
  • third parties engaged in the course of the provision of legal services with our clients’ prior consent, such as barristers, accountants and local counsel;
  • third parties involved in the organisation of events and seminars;
  • if we are under a duty to disclose or share your personal information in order to enforce or apply our terms and conditions and other agreements; or to protect the rights, property, or safety of GHP, our clients, or others to include (without limitation) exchanging information with other companies and organisations for the purposes of fraud protection and credit risk reduction;
  • reorganisation or transfer of all or part of GHP’s business potentially resulting in the transfer of your data to third parties through which the whole or part of the business of GHP will be carried out;
  • if GHP ceases to trade, or becomes insolvent, enters into receivership or any similar or equivalent event occurs whereby those acting on behalf of GHP may sell the business or parts of it to a third party, in fulfilment of legal or business requirements potentially resulting in the transfer of your data to a third party through which the business or parts of it will be carried out.

While it is unlikely, we may be required to disclose your personal information by a court order or to comply with other legal or regulatory requirements.


We use a variety of technical and organisational measures to help protect your personal information from unauthorised access, use, disclosure, alteration or destruction consistent with applicable data protection laws.

All our employees and any third parties we engage to process your personal information are obliged to respect the confidentiality of your personal information. Unfortunately, the transmission of information via the internet is not completely secure. Although we will do our best to protect your personal information, we cannot guarantee the security of your data transmitted via our website – any transmission is at your own risk.

In order to provide our services, we may need to transfer your personal information to locations outside the jurisdiction in which you provide it or where you are viewing GHP’s website for the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy. This may entail a transfer of your information to a location where the level of information protection is less than you may be accustomed to.


Subject to certain conditions under applicable legislation, you have the right to:

  • obtain information regarding the processing of your personal data;
  • request a copy of the personal data which we hold about you;
  • have any inaccurate data we hold about you corrected;
  • object or restrict our use of your personal data;
  • ask that we not subject you to automated decision making that uses your personal data;
  • object to us using your personal data for direct marketing purposes;
  • submit a complaint if you have concerns about the way in which we are handling your data.

To do any of the above, please contact us at To enable us to process your request, we may require that you provide us with proof of your identity, such as by providing us with a copy of a valid form of identification.  This is to ensure that we appropriately protect the personal data we hold from unauthorised access requests and comply with our security obligations.

We may charge you a reasonable administrative fee for any unreasonable or excessive requests we may receive, and for any additional copies of the data you may request.


If you think that there is a problem with the way we are processing your personal information, or if you have a complaint please let us know and we shall investigate your complaint in accordance with our complaints procedure.


Although we welcome your queries, please note that any electronic communication between you and us (or any of our lawyers, other employees or agents) may not be secure and, unless you are already a client, may not be treated as privileged or confidential.


This Privacy Policy and/or the other legal notices may be amended by us at any time. Please check our website periodically to inform yourself of any changes.


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Questions, comments and requests regarding this Privacy Policy should be addressed in an email to