Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy


The Firm, is responsible for the process and attaches great importance to the protection of personal data, the security of such data and the confidentiality of exchanges.

The Firm is committed to ensuring a high level of protection of personal data and to complying with the legislation and regulations in force regarding the protection of personal data and more particularly EU Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data (RGPD) and Order n°2018-1125 of 12 December 2018 on the protection of personal data and amending Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on data processing, data files and individual liberties.

The purpose of this policy is to inform you of the processing of your personal data concerning their collection, use and sharing of the information you are led to provide us through our website (the “Site”).

Under no circumstances your data will be transmitted to third parties for commercial and marketing purposes.



The Firm collects and processes personal data in compliance with the principles of data protection (minimization, proportionality and purpose).

The Firm does not collect sensitive data, unless such collection is required by law or in the context of litigation.

The Firm may collect and process the following data:

2.1. Information that you send us directly
By using our Site, you may send us information, some of which is to identify you (“Personal Data”). This is notably the case when you fill in forms, when you contact us – whether by telephone, email or any other means of communication – or when you report a problem.

This information may include, but is not limited to, the following data:
– The data required to contact us or register for the services we provide on our Site or to access any other service provided by us (your first and last name, e-mail address, postal address, telephone number, etc.).
– The details of your visits to our Site and the content that you have accessed;
– The data we may ask you to provide when you report a problem with our Site or our services, such as the subject of your request for assistance;
– Location data where you have consented to us collecting and processing such data.

2.2. Data that we collect automatically
During each of your visits, we are likely to collect, in accordance with applicable legislation and where appropriate, with your consent (cf. Point 7 of this Privacy Policy “Cookies and similar technology”), information relating to the devices on which you use our services or the networks from which you access our services, such as, in particular, your IP addresses, connection data, types and versions of internet browsers used, types and versions of browser plug-ins, operating systems and Sites, data about your browsing experience on our Site, including your path through the various URLs on our Site, the content you access or view, the search terms used, download errors, the length of time you spend viewing certain pages, the advertising ID of your device, interactions with the page, and any phone number used to contact us.

One of the technologies used to collect this information includes the use of cookies (please see Section 7 of this Privacy Policy for more information).

2.3. How long we keep your data
Your data will be kept for 5 years from the last exchange between the Firm and you.

2.4. Legal basis for the processing of personal data
Your data will be processed within the framework provided by the legislation, in particular in the context of :
– your express and explicit consent (request for contact or information through the form on the Site);
– the execution of a contract (follow-up of a file);
– the legitimate interest of the firm (Site monitoring, marketing, etc.);
– compliance with a legal obligation.


We only use the data we collect for the following purposes:
– To contact you to respond to your requests;
– To carry out the contracts concluded between you and us (e.g. online consultation or the management of your file) and to provide you with the information and services requested;
– To inform you of changes to our services;
– Manage our Site and carry out internal technical operations in the context of problem solving, data analysis, tests, research, analysis, etc. ;
– Improve and optimize our Site, in particular to ensure that our content is displayed on your device;
– Help us to maintain a safe and secure environment on our Site.


Your personal data is not passed on to third parties for commercial and marketing purposes.
The data that we collect is mainly used to ensure the connection and performance of services between the Firm and you.

4.1. For technical reasons, we are also led to share them with third parties to ensure the operation of services.

We also work in close collaboration with third party companies that may have access to your Personal Data and that we use for technical services, payment services, identity verification or providers of analytical solutions.

When these companies can be qualified as a Subcontractor within the meaning of the applicable legislation, they undertake to ensure a level of data protection equivalent to the level of protection provided by the Firm.

4.2. We only share your data with the companies mentioned in 4.1. above in the following cases:
– When we use a service provider in the performance of any contract between you and us or to provide or improve our services (e.g. in connection with payments made through our Site);
– As part of the process of booking a consultation, in order to provide the services requested, we may need to provide certain personal data such as your name, mobile phone number and/or email address;
– When we use search engine and analytics providers to improve and optimize our Sites;
– When we distribute, on our partners’ websites, certain parts of our Site through APIs or widgets (e.g. Bar sites). In this case, certain information from your public profile may also be displayed on these sites;
– Where we have a legal obligation to do so or where we believe in good faith that it is necessary to do so in order to (i) respond to any claim against our service providers, (ii) comply with any legal request, (iii) enforce any contract entered into with our members, such as the General Terms of Use and this Privacy Policy (iv) in the event of an emergency involving public health or the physical integrity of a person, (v) in the context of investigations and inquiries, or (vi) in order to guarantee the rights, property and security of the Site, its members and more generally any third party;

4.3. List of third parties with whom we may share information :
– WordPress, the technical provider of our Site
– OVH, host of our website
– Google Analytics, our audience measurement solution


We store your Personal Data on servers located in France or within the European Union exclusively.


You have the possibility to contact us for any question or complaint concerning the processing of your Personal Data at:

You also have the following rights in accordance with the applicable law:

6.1. Where provided for by applicable law, you have the right to obtain access to and a copy of your Personal Data. Before responding to your request, we may (i) verify your identity and (ii) ask you to provide us with further information in order to respond to your request.
6.2. We will endeavour to respond to your request within one month, or at the latest, and in the case of complex requests, within two months. If you wish to exercise your right of access, you may contact us at:

6.3 You also have the possibility to request the rectification of Personal Data concerning you, their deletion or the limitation of their processing.

6.4. You have the right to the portability of your data, i.e. the right to receive the Personal Data that you have provided us with in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and the right to transmit such data to another data controller.

6.5. You have the right to set guidelines on the fate of your Personal Data after your death.

6.6. Finally, you can question or make a complaint to the competent supervisory authority (


7.1. What is a cookie and what is it used for?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored and/or read by your browser on the hard drive of your device (e.g. PC, laptop or smartphone) and deposited by the websites you visit. Almost all sites use cookies to function properly and optimise their ergonomics and functionality. Cookies also make interactions with the sites more secure and faster, as the sites can remember your preferences (such as your user ID and language) by sending the information they contain back to the original site (internal cookie) or to another site to which they belong (third-party cookie), when you visit the relevant site again from the same device.

Depending on their function and the purpose of their use, cookies are classified among the categories described below and used on the Site:
– Cookies that are absolutely necessary allow you to move around the site and use its basic functions. They are generally installed only in response to actions on your part to access services, such as connecting to a secure area of our site. These cookies are indispensable for the use of this site.
– Feature cookies are used to recognize you when you return to our site and allow us to provide you with enhanced and more personalized features, such as personalized views and saving your preferences. These cookies collect anonymous information and cannot track your movements on other sites.
– Analysis and performance cookies allow us to recognize and count the number of visitors to our site and to collect information about how our site is used (e.g., which pages are most viewed by visitors, etc.). This allows us to improve the way our website operates, for example, by ensuring that users can easily find what they are looking for.

7.2. What to do if you do not wish to enable cookies?
You can revoke your consent to the use of cookies at any time in the following way:

7.2.1. By setting up your web browser
If you wish to delete the cookies stored on your device and set your browser to refuse cookies, you can do so through your browser preferences. These cookie-related browsing options can usually be found in the “Options”, “Tools” or “Preferences” menus of the browser you use to access this site. However, depending on the different browsers available, different means may be used to disable cookies. They are described in the help menu of your browser :

– For Chrome:
– For Internet Explorer:
– For Firefox :
– For Opera:

Please note that if you refuse to accept cookies from your web browser, you will still be able to browse this site, but some parts and options may not function properly.

7.2.2. By disabling online cookies :

For audience measurement cookies – statistics filed by Google Analytics:

For more information on cookies, you can consult the CNIL website at the following address:


You are solely responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of the password we have chosen for your account on our Site, if you have created one.

You undertake to keep this password secret, to change it regularly and not to communicate it to anyone.

We disclaim all responsibility for any use that may be made of your login and password without your knowledge.


Our Site may occasionally contain links to the websites of our partners or third party companies. Please note that these websites have their own privacy policies and that we are not responsible for the use made by these websites of the information collected when you click on these links.

We invite you to read the privacy policies of these sites before submitting your Personal Data to them.


We may change this Privacy Policy from time to time. You should check this page periodically for any changes or updates to our privacy policy.


If you have any questions about this privacy policy or if you have any requests regarding your personal data, you can contact us by :
– Addressing a message via the contact form of the site or at the email address
– Or by sending us a letter to the Law Firm at the following address:

Master Benjamin MAIRESSE
31 rue Dussoubs
75002 Paris

© Cabinet Mairesse Avocats 2020
All rights reserved

How to find us