LEGAL NOTICES AND CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE LPA – CGR AVOCATS WEBSITE

LEGAL NOTICES AND CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE LPA – CGR AVOCATS WEBSITE

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LEGAL NOTICES AND CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE LPA – CGR AVOCATS WEBSITE

1. The website:

  • Editor:

The website lpalaw.com (henceforth the “Website”) is the property of LPA-CGR avocats, SELAS with a share capital of EUR 2,000,819, identified in the Commercial and Companies Register with number 328 579 081 RCS Paris, whose registered offices are located at:

136 avenue des Champs-Elysées, 75008 Paris

Telephone: 01 53 93 30 00

 

  • Director of publication:

The director of publication is Martine Blanck-Dap, as Chairman

 

  • Hosting of the site:

The site is hosted by OHV located at:

2, rue Kellermann

59100 Roubaix – France

 

2. Protection of personal data:

In the context of usage of the website, LPA-CGR avocats may collect and process certain personal data pursuant to law n. 78-17 dated 6 January 1978, modified in 2004, regarding information technology, files and freedoms and under its Confidentiality Policy.

By using the website, you accept the collection and use of your personal data in the manner described in the Confidentiality Policy accessible via this link.

 

3. Hyper-text links:

LPA-CGR avocats may make available to you some hyper-text links to other websites for information purposes. However, LPA-CGR avocats shall not be held liable for the services or information provided on these sites such as advertisements, products, services or any other material available on or from these sites or any external sources. LPA-CGR avocats cannot be held responsible for any actual or alleged damages or losses following or in relation with their use or the fact of having trusted the content, or the goods or services available on these sites or external sources.

 

4. Property rights of Lefèvre Pelletier & associates 

The presentation and the content of the site, including, but not limited to, the name and logo of LPA-CGR avocats, the images, databases and services, constitute (together or separately) a work protected by current laws on intellectual property ownership.

No reproduction and/or representation, full or partial, by any means, on any support and in any form at all, of these elements may be used without the prior written agreement of LPA-CGR avocats. The reproduction of any documents published on the site is authorised solely for information purposes or for personal and private use. Any reproduction or usage of copies made for other purposes is expressly forbidden. Copy of the contents of the site for private use is authorised as long as LPA-CGR avocats is indicated as the source of the material. LPA-CGR avocats shall not grant any licence nor any other right than to consult the site. Non-authorised access to the site is forbidden and it is not allowed to access the site by any means other than the interface provided to you by LPA-CGR avocats for this purpose. LPA-CGR avocats reserves the right to request damages and interest in the case of any counterfeit and generally, any infringement of its intellectual property rights of.

In conformity with articles L.341-1 and following of the Code of Intellectual Property, sanctions shall be applied to any extraction by any means and in any manner whatsoever or re-use, made available to the public, of a substantial part of any database accessible on the site. Likewise, the extraction or repeated and systematic use of qualitatively and quantitatively substantial parts of the content of a database accessible on the site, where it clearly exceeds the normal conditions of use of this database, is forbidden.

 

5. Confidentiality:

Any information contained on this site as well as any software which must be used in conjunction with it, is confidential and protected by the applicable law of intellectual property ownership or any other law.

 

6. Limitation of liability

LPA-CGR avocats declines any responsibility:

  • for any interruption of the site and its services.
  • for any occurrence of bugs.
  • for any error or omission regarding the information available on this site.
  • for any damage resulting from the fraudulent intrusion of a third party who has sought to modify the information made available on the site; and.
  • generally any direct or indirect damage, for whatever reason, origin, nature or consequence, including in particular any loss of profits, clientele, data or any other loss of intangible assets which might arise due to the access of anyone to the site or of the impossibility of accessing it, or from the credit granted to any information arising directly or indirectly from the latter.

 

8. Applicable law and jurisdiction

The site and these conditions of use are based on French law. Any dispute relative to this subject shall be submitted to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of Paris.

 

9. Amendment to these provisions:

LPA-CGR avocats reserves the right to amend or update these legal notices at any time and without warning. You are thus advised to consult it regularly.

Last update: Tuesday 15 November 2016

 

10. Credits:

Design/Creation: Agence Curius
Integration/Development: Agence Mute

Hosting: OVH

Preparation of content: LPA-CGR avocats, Avocom

Photos credits: Laurent Rouvrais, Getty Images, Istock, Shutterstock

 

 

Confidentiality Policy

When using the lpalaw.com website (hereafter the “Site”), the user (the “User”) accepts that his personal data (“Personal Data”) be collected and used as described in the following Confidentiality Policy.

Personal Data is also processed in compliance with the Act of 6 January 1978, as modified, pertaining to electronic files and individual freedoms.

 

1. Collection of Personal Data

Personal Data may be collected when the User (i) browses on the site; (ii) sends in a question on the form provided for this purpose, (iii) applies for an internship or job under the recruitment heading; (iv) subscribes to the firm’s newsletter; or (v) signs up for an event held by the firm.

 

2. Use of Personal Data

All Personal Data is processed according to the following needs:

  • Supplying the Site and the services for maintaining it, its security and development
  • Sending information requested by Users
  • Sending newsletters
  • Managing the recruitment process via the candidacies sent in by the Users
  • Managing registrations for events held by the firm
  • Generating anonymous statistics

 

LPA-CGR Avocats agrees to disclose your Personal Data only when:

  • a law so requires
  • a court decision so requires
  • this is necessary for the protection and/or defence of the interests and rights of LPA-CGR Avocats or Site Users.

 

Personal Data is kept only as long as necessary for the purposes mentioned, and in compliance with the applicable laws.

 

3. Cookies

By using the Site, you accept the use of cookies under the conditions stated here. It is possible to refuse this by de-activating them.

 

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text file sent to the User’s navigator by the website consulted, and stored on the User’s hard drive. It lets the website consulted collect certain information concerning the User’s navigation in order to improve their visit and the Site’s functionalities.

Session cookies disappear when the User leaves the Site, but permanent cookies remain on the User’s terminal until the User deletes them, or until the end of their lifetime.

 

Use of cookies on the Site

The cookies used on the Site are:

– Google Analytics audience measurement cookies used to measure the number of visits, pages viewed, visitors’ activity, and their return frequency. For more information about the Google statistical tool, refer to: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245

– session cookies that record information as you navigate on the Site. These expire when you close your Internet navigator.

– “WordPress” functionality cookies to personalise and improve your navigation on the Site. The data collected is kept for one year.

 

The purpose of cookies

Audience measurement cookies are used to determine the number of visits to the Site, the pages consulted, and the frequency at which Users return to the site.

 

How to accept, delete or refuse cookies

The User can consult the Site but refuse the cookies. This is done using your navigator’s parameters.

 

If you use Google Chrome

To accept cookies

  1. Click on the Chrome menu in the navigator toolbar.
  2. Select Parameters.
  3. Click Display advanced parameters.
  4. In the “Confidentiality“ section, click the Content parameters button.
  5. In the “Cookies” section, you can modify the following parameters:
  • Block cookies by default
  • Authorise cookies by default
  • Keep site cookies and data by default until the navigator is closed
  • Define exceptions for the cookies of certain websites or domains.

 

To delete cookies

  1. Click on the Chrome menu in the navigator toolbar.
  2. Select Parameters.
  3. Click Display advanced parameters.
  4. In the “Confidentiality“ section, click the Content parameters button.
  5. In the “Cookies” section, you can delete the cookies.
  6. Click Cookies and site data to open the “Cookies and site data” dialog box.
  • To delete all cookies, click “Delete all
  • To delete a specific cookie, select the site that created the cookie and click on the cross.

For further information, Users should consult: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=fr

 

If you use Internet Explorer

To set cookies

  1. Click on the Tools button and then Internet Options.
  2. Click on the Confidentiality tab, slide the curser to the level of confidentiality of your choice, then click OK.
  3. Internet Explorer provides a description of the types of cookies that are blocked or authorised at this level of confidentiality.
  4. Blocking cookies may prevent certain web pages from functioning correctly.

For further information, Users should consult:  http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies

To delete cookies

  1. Once Internet Explorer is open, click on the Tools button and then on Delete navigation history.
  2. Activate the Cookies and website data checkbox and then click Delete.

 

If you use Firefox

To set cookies

  1. Once Firefox is open, click the Tools button and then Options.
  2. In the Privacy tab, scroll down the Storing rules menu and select Use personalised parameters for the history.
  3. Check the Accept cookies box to activate the cookies and uncheck it to de-activate them.
  4. Choose the cookie conservation time:

Keeping them until their expiry: Each cookie will be deleted when it has reached its expiry date, which is determined by the site that sends the cookie.

Keep them up until Closure of Firefox: The cookies stored on your computer will be deleted when Firefox is closed.

Ask me each time displays an alert whenever a website tries to send a cookie, to request your authorisation.

For further information, Users should see the following page: https://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/activer-desactiver-cookies

To delete cookies

  1. Once Firefox is open, click the Tools button and then Options.
  2. In the Privacy tab, click Erase your recent history, check the Cookies box, then click on Erase now.

 

If you use Safari

To set cookies

  1. Open your Safari navigator and click on the Safari menu, then select Preferences.
  2. In the Preferences window, select the Security tab.
  3. In the Accept cookies zone, check the box corresponding to the cookie parameters that you want.

 

To delete cookies

  1. Click the Safari menu, then select Reinitialise Safari.
  2. In the new window that appears, check the Delete all cookies box.
    Click the Reinitialise button to apply erasure of the information.

 

4. Your rights

Under Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on electronic files and personal freedoms, you have a right to access, rectify and delete the data concerning you, which you can exercise by addressing:

LPA-CGR Avocats

Protection des Données Personnelles– Service Marketing

136 avenue des Champs-Elysées

75008 Paris

This is an individual right that can be exercised only by the person concerned, pertaining to their own data. For security reasons, the applicant must prove his identity in order to avoid any communication of confidential information concerning any other person.

 

5. Amendment to this Confidentiality Policy

LPA-CGR Avocats may amend this Confidentiality Policy at any time. It is thus recommended to consult it regularly.

 

6. Governing law and jurisdiction

Any dispute pertaining to the Confidentiality Policy shall be submitted to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Paris courts and shall be governed by French law.