Personal data

The purpose of these provisions is to inform any user of the website of the policy regarding the collection, use and sharing of personal data that a user of the website may communicate in connection with the use of this website.

The person responsible for the processing of personal data is Me Benoit HURET (HURET Avocat) – 11, rue René Goscinny – 75013 Paris – France.

1. On the data collected:

The site may collect information relating to its visitors when they wish to contact the Firm using the method offered on the website’s contact page.

The data that may be collected when visiting the site or using the method offered on the contact page are: surname, given name, address, email address, telephone number, IP address, connection and browsing data, and any other information that the visitor may wish to provide on that occasion.

2. On the purposes of data collection:

The purpose of data collection is to:

  • communicate with any visitor, customer or prospect,
  • keep the visitor informed of the firm’s news, all publications or newsletters,
  • carry out all analyses and statistics concerning the use and audience of the website.

All data collected will be lawfully processed, in a justified and balanced manner, in accordance with the purposes referred to above and with any necessary consent, and subject to the continuation of such consent, in accordance with the legitimate interests of the Firm or to comply with legal and regulatory obligations.

The Firm will take the necessary precautions to ensure the security and confidentiality of the data collected.

Data will never be transferred outside the European Union.

3. Over the storage period of the data collected:

Users’ personal data will be kept for a period of three years from the date of the activity that gave rise to the collection, it being specified that the user may withdraw consent at any time in accordance with the provisions referred to herein.

Personal data will be deleted at least once per calendar year except:

  • if the user exercises his right to delete his data,
  • if a longer retention period is required by law or regulation.

4. On user rights:

All users have rights to manage their personal data:

  • a right of access: to obtain information about the processing of their data and copies thereof,
  • a right of rectification: in the event of inaccurate or incomplete personal data, so that the data can be modified,
  • a right to erase or forget: for the deletion of personal data within the limits permitted by law,
  • a right to object to the processing of data: to object to the processing of personal data and in particular, at any time, to the processing of data for the purpose of prospecting, including profiling processing related to such prospecting,
  • a right to withdraw consent: where the processing of data has been subject to consent, it may be withdrawn at any time,
  • a right to portability: to retrieve the data provided or transmit it to a third party if portability is technically possible.

5. On the conditions for users to exercise their rights:

Any user wishing to exercise the rights referred to above may submit a written request:

  • by post to Benoit HURET (HURET Avocat) – 11, rue René Goscinny – 75013 Paris – France,
  • via the contact form on the site,
  • by email to the following address:

Any request must be precise and justified. In particular, the person must specify precisely their surname, given name, email address and postal address, and attach a copy of their identity document to the request in order to enable certain identification.

In accordance with the regulations in force, for any question concerning data protection:

  • the person may contact the publishing director Benoit HURET,
  • or contact the French national data protection commission CNIL (Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés – for any information and/or submit a complaint.

The Firm reserves the right to modify and update these terms and conditions without specifically notifying the user, subject to any legal or regulatory obligations and/or any new use of user data requiring consent, for example, or any other specific procedure. The user is therefore invited to regularly review the provisions relating to personal data.