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Privacy Policy

Politique de confidentialité

When browsing the website www.coblence-avocats.com (hereinafter referred to as the "Website"), users are asked to provide personal data. 

Accordingly, this privacy policy is intended to inform users (clients, prospects and/or candidates) regarding the conditions of use of their data and their rights. 

The Website complies with French and European provisions on the protection of privacy and personal data, in particular on the Data Protection Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on data processing, files and freedoms, amended by Law 2004-801 of 6 August 2004 and European Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data. 

Data controller 

The controller of the processing of personal data is Coblence avocats SCP, with a share capital of 207,000.00 euros, registered with the Paris Trade and Companies Register under number 331 968 917 and whose registered office is located at 62 avenue Marceau - 75008 Paris, FRANCE (hereinafter referred to as the "Firm"). 

Nature of the data collected 

The data collected on the Website are those that allow the Firm to identify clients, prospects and/or candidates directly or indirectly. 

This may include personal data such as surname, first name, email address, postal address, telephone number, date of birth, gender or, login data such as IP address and browser data such as cookies. 

Users who provide personal data to a third party must confirm that they hold the consent of this third party regarding the exploitation by the Website, the publication and/or diffusion on the Website of these data. 

The personal data collected on the Website are used for the following purposes: 

  • Answer questions and requests from clients, prospects and/or candidates; 
  • Process and manage the registration of clients and/or prospects to events organized by the Firm; 
  • Process and manage the subscription of clients and/or prospects to newsletters; 
  • Allow the Firm to process applications for jobs or internship opportunities; 
  • Allow the Firm to carry out anonymous statistical calculations of the Website's usage. 

In addition, the Firm may also use the data to meet, where applicable, its legal and/or regulatory obligations. 

Timing of collection 

The personal data collected by the Firm are freely communicated by users. 

They may also be collected automatically when using the Website, particularly when users: 

  • browses the pages of the Website; 
  • send an email via the general address and contact of the Firm; 
  • subscribe to a newsletter; 
  • perform a search on the Website via the search engine; 
  • respond to a job or internship offer; 
  • send an unsolicited application; 
  • register for an event. 

Consent 

The privacy policy is systematically brought to the attention of users when collecting their data. 

By ticking the box: "I have read the privacy policy and agree that my data may be collected in accordance with this privacy policy", users consent to the storage and processing of their personal data by the Firm. 

IMPORTANT: NOTE TO USERS 

ANY NAVIGATION ON THE WEBSITE AFTER THE PUBLICATION OF THIS PRIVACY POLICY IMPLIES IS ACCEPTABLE UNLESS RESERVED. 

If users wish to withdraw their consent to the processing of their data, they may simply request it from the Firm's communication department at the following email address: contact@coblence-avocats.com 

Recipients of the collect 

The recipients of the personal data collected on the Website are primarily the Firm. 

Other recipients may have access to personal data. These are, where applicable, the Firm's service providers and/or subcontractors (administration, technical service provider, access providers, communication agencies, etc.). The list of recipients can be provided at any time at the request of users. 

In the event of a change of control of the Firm, an acquisition, a collective procedure or a sale of the Firm's assets, the data collected by the Firm may be transferred to third parties. 

In the event that this is required by law, the user’s consent will be collected, or a possibility of refusal will be arranged before any data transmission. 

Users' rights 

In accordance with Data Protection Act No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, amended by Law 2004-801 of 6 August 2004 and European Regulation 2016/679, users have: 

  • a right to access to their personal data; 
  • a right to rectify their personal data; 
  • a right to obtain the deletion of their personal data; 
  • a right to object to the use of their personal data; 
  • a right to limit their personal data; 
  • a portability right on their personal data. 

Users wishing to exercise one of their rights may send their request by email or by post to the following addresses: -

  • Postal address: Coblence avocats, Communication Department - 62 avenue Marceau - 75008 Paris, FRANCE; 
  • email: contact@coblence-avocats.com

Upon exercise of any of these rights, users must send the Firm every useful element to their identification: surname, first name, email and, if applicable, their zip code. In addition, in accordance with the regulations in force, their request must be signed, accompanied with a copy of an identity document bearing their signature, specify in detail the right they wish to implement and the address to which they wish to receive the reply in the event of the implementation of one of the rights listed above. 

The Firm then undertakes to respond within a maximum period of one (1) month following receipt of the complete request from users. Due to the complexity of the request and/or the number of requests, this period may be extended to two (2) months provided that the Firm informs the Users within one (1) month of receipt of their request of the reasons for the delay. 

If the Firm does not comply with the request made by the users, the Firm will inform them no later than one (1) month upon receipt of the request of the reasons for its inaction. 

The Firm informs users of their right to lodge a complaint with the CNIL. 

Conservation period 

The personal data of users collected are kept for the time necessary for the operations for which they were collected, except for data that the Firm would need to keep as evidence, for legal, administrative or legal purposes or in accordance with the legislation in force. 

As an exception to the above paragraph, users are informed that cookies are stored for a maximum of one (1) year after their first deposit in the users' terminal equipment. 

Links 

This Privacy Policy does not govern third party Websites or third party content accessed by users of the Website. 

Cookies 

When consulting the Website, cookies or other means of recording collected browsing data are used by the Website or by third parties, service providers for the Website and deposited on users' devices (desktop, mobile or tablet).

 The cookies used by the Firm make it possible to identify users, to recognize their browser when they connect to the Website, to record their preferences and to adapt the presentation of the Website to the display preferences of the users' terminal, for the sole purpose of providing the service requested by users. The recording of a cookie remains subject to the will of the users. Users therefore have the possibility of configuring their browser software in such a way as to oppose, in whole or in part (depending on the issuer) the recording of "cookies". The configuration also offers the possibility to accept or reject cookies on an occasional basis, before they are registered in the users' terminal. 

Therefore, users who wish to prevent cookies from being saved can follow the procedure specific to each browser and described in the browser's help menu. These procedures are as follows: 

  • For Mozilla Firefox: Users must go to the "tool" menu and then to the "options" tab. He must then click on the "privacy" icon / "display cookies" and select the options that suit them. 
  • For Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 and above: Users must choose the "tools" menu, then "internet options", click on the "privacy" tab, then select the desired level. 
  • For Microsoft Internet Explorer 5: Users must choose the "tools" menu, then "Internet options", click on the "security" tab, select "Internet" then "customize level". Finally, in the "cookies" section, they must choose the options that suit them. 
  • For Google Chrome Users must choose the "tools" menu, select the "options" section, click on the "advanced options" tab and access the "privacy" section. Finally, in the "display cookies" section, they must choose the options that suit them. 
  • For Safari: Users should go to the Safari menu and choose the "preferences" menu, then click on "security" and select the options that suit them.

Applicable law 

This privacy policy is governed by French law. 

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