This website is accessible from the following URLs:
(hereinafter the “Website”). It is published by Soulier Avocats.
Personal data of Users
Soulier Avocats is committed to respecting the privacy of the Users and the confidentiality of their personal data.
As per applicable legislation, the processing of personal data collected from the Website has been declared to the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (French Data Protection Authority).
The data controller is Soulier Avocats.
The data collected by Soulier Avocats are used exclusively for the following purposes:
- Ensure the smooth operation and safety of the Website and improve its functionality,
- Provide the services or information requested by Users and answer Users’ questions,
- Carry out anonymous statistical analysis.
These data may be kept and stored by Soulier Avocats for a reasonable period of time in order to process them in accordance with the above-listed purposes but this period shall in no event exceed the holding periods provided for by applicable legal and regulatory provisions.
As per the loi n°78-17 du 6 janvier 1978 relative à l’informatique, aux fichiers et aux libertés(French Data Protection Act), each User who proves his/her identity has the right to request access to, rectification and deletion of the personal data that concern him/her. This right can be exercised by sending a mail to Soulier Avocats, Protection des Données Personnelles, 50 avenue de Wagram, 75017 PARIS, or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The personal data collected and processed by Soulier Avocats are not leased or transferred to any third party, whether free of charge or not.
Personal data of Soulier Avocats’ members
Personal data concerning the members of Soulier Avocats that are accessible on the Website may not be collected and/or processed without the prior and express consent of the concerned member.
In particular, Users shall not collect, process and exploit these data in any manner whatsoever in order to send unsolicited advertising and commercial messages, or any other kind of messages that would not be connected to Soulier Avocats’ professional activities.
A cookie is a small data file that the Website transfers to online Users’ hard drives to remember service settings. Cookies do not personally identify Users but record browsing-related information (time and date of the visit, duration of the visit, viewed pages, etc.). This process makes subsequent visits to the Website easier and more efficient.