Terms of use

This website is accessible from the following URLs:


(hereinafter the “Website”). It is published by Soulier Avocats.

Any natural person accessing, visiting or using the Website, whether acting on his/her own behalf or on behalf of a legal entity, (hereinafter a “User”) represents and warrants that he/she has read these Terms of Use and accepts to be bound by them, without any restriction, modification or reservation.

Soulier Avocats reserves the right to amend these Terms of Use at any time without prior notice. As such, each User is invited to regularly consult this webpage.

The Website is governed by French laws and regulations.


The Website is intended to provide non-exhaustive, general information relating to Soulier Avocats and legal issues. It may not be considered or interpreted as a canvassing, a solicitation and/or an offer of services.

The contents of the Website have been assembled with the greatest amount of care possible. However, Soulier Avocats does not guarantee that the information provided in the Website is complete, exact or appropriate to a specific situation. None of the information available on the Website should be considered as legal advice.

Each User is solely liable for his/her use of the Website and information contained therein, and Soulier Avocats shall in no event be held liable for any damage, direct, indirect, material or otherwise, arising from or in connection with the use of the information provided on or available through the Website.

Soulier Avocats shall not be held liable for any damage resulting from fraudulent access by a third party leading to changes in information available on the Website.

Soulier Avocats does not warrant that the Website will be continuously available or run without any interruption.

Soulier Avocats reserves the right to modify, complement or delete, in whole or in part, any elements of the Website at any time without prior notice.

Hypertext links

Soulier Avocats makes available in the Website hypertext links that will direct Users to other websites, over the content of which Soulier Avocats has no control. Consequently, third-parties’ websites, their contents as well as any information accessible through hypertext links published on the Website or in any documents downloadable from the Website come under the sole responsibility of their author(s), and Soulier Avocats shall in no event be held liable in this respect.

Users are not allowed to create hypertext links to the Website, any pages of the Website and/or any file on it without Soulier Avocats’ prior written consent.

Intellectual Property

Soulier is a registered trademark. Any use and/or reproduction of this trademark is expressly prohibited, unless prior written authorization is obtained from Soulier Avocats.

The Website and any or all of its contents, including, but not limited to, any text, article, newsletter and e-newsletter, release, statement, presentation, brochure, illustration, photograph, software and digital animations, are and shall remain at all times Soulier Avocats’ exclusive property, to the exception of trademarks already owned by third-parties to which references may be made.

As such, Users are not allowed to reproduce, represent, display, modify, adapt and/or translate, in whole or in part, whether for free or for a financial consideration, the contents of the Website without Soulier Avocats’prior written consent.

However, as an exception to the above paragraph, the reproduction and/or copy of any document published on the Website is authorized solely for personal and private use and for information purposes only, to the extent, however, that Soulier Avocats is mentioned as the source of the reproduction and/or copy.

In addition, Soulier Avocats authorizes Users to download on their personal computer the newsletters, e-newsletters and any other materials available on the Website in a computer file form for the express purpose of being downloaded. In this case, and subject to any provisions to the contrary set forth in these materials, Users are allowed to keep a copy of them, to print these documents and to share them so long as (i) no modification is made to them, and (ii) any diffusion thereof clearly indicates that Soulier Avocats is and shall remain the exclusive owner.