The main purpose of the site, accessible via the URL: http//navacelle.law (hereinafter “the Website”), is to provide information and news relating to Navacelle.
The Website is edited and managed by Navacelle (hereinafter “the Firm”), a private limited liability company (SELARL) with a share capital of 320,000.00 Euros, located at 60 rue Saint-Lazare, 75009 Paris, France.
SIRET : 79832890200027
RCS : 798328902 R.C.S. Paris
The editor can be contacted on +33 1 48 78 76 78 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Editor-in-Chief: Stéphane de Navacelle (Partner).
Hosting Services: Ionos by 1&1
I. Conditions of use.
a. User acceptance
b. Modification of the Conditions of Use
The Firm reserves its right to modify these General Conditions of Use at any time. The User therefore shall regularly check the Website to remain informed of any changes or updates made to the Website’s General Conditions of Use.
c. Intellectual property
All the elements accessible on the Website (i.e., site architecture, content, photos, articles, information, pictograms, texts, logos, etc.) fall under French and international legislation on copyright and intellectual property.
All reproduction rights are reserved, including downloadable documents, iconographic and photographic representations. The content of the Website is, unless otherwise stated, the intellectual property of Navacelle. Reproduction of all or part of this site, in any way or form is prohibited.
Photo credits: Marthe Lemelle
d. Hypertext links
The Firm ensures that the Website does not contain any hypertext links giving direct or indirect access to websites or website pages whose content is contrary to the essential principles of the legal practice, and undertakes all measures necessary, without time limit to delete them if such website should prove to be contrary to the essential principles of the legal practice. The Firm would not however engage its responsibility beyond this ethical obligation.
II. Personal Data Policy (of a personal nature)
a. General Provisions
b. What personal data do we process?
Your Data may be collected when you:
- Browse the Website.
- Send a query via the contact form.
- Subscribe to a newsletter.
c. Why do we process your personal data and on what legal basis is the processing carried out?
Your Data is collected and processed to:
- Provide you with the services and information you have requested.
- Answer your questions and requests.
- Ensure the processing of applications received.
These treatments have the legitimate interest of Navacelle as a legal basis.
In addition, your Personal Data may also be processed to:
- Ensure the functioning and security of the Website, improve its functioning, and adapt it to your requests.
- Carry out anonymized statistical analyses.
Such treatment is here to serve the legitimate interest of the Firm in order to ensure the proper functioning and security of the Website, as well as to assess its audience.
The Firm may also use your Data for communication purposes, to send out newsletters, information, and invitations to events and conferences.
This processing is based on the Firm’s legitimate interest in developing its relationships with its customers, prospects, and partners.
d. How long do we keep your Personal Data?
The Firm keeps Personal Data only for the necessary period to process the operations implemented. The Firm may also keep your Data for a longer period as part of its legal obligations.
As for Personal Data used for communication purposes, they are kept for three (3) years from the time of collection or from your last contact with the firm.
e. Who are your personal data intended for?
The Personal Data collected and processed by the Firm are accessible with the competent internal services, that means the lawyers (and where applicable the administrative staff such as trainees or assistants) handling the requests of Customers, as well as our communications and administration department.
The Data collected may be communicated to third parties, acting as subcontractors, bound by a subcontracting contract, to perform hosting services, contact management (CRM), database management, site management and IT maintenance. These subcontractors only act on instructions from the Firm and only have access to your Personal Data to perform their services. They are bound by the same security and confidentiality obligations as Navacelle.
f. What are your rights?
In accordance with applicable law, you have the rights of access and rectification of your Data, which allows you to rectify, complete, update or delete your Personal Data, that is inaccurate, incomplete, or obsolete. You also have the right to request restriction or to object to processing of your Personal Data, for legitimate reasons.
You can also at any time and without reason, oppose the processing of your Personal Data for communication purposes. These rights can be exercised with the Firm, by sending an e-mail to email@example.com or a letter to the following address: Cabinet Navacelle, 60 rue Saint-Lazare, 75 009 Paris, France.
You are informed that you can file a complaint at any time with the CNIL (3 Place de Fontenoy, 75 007 Paris).
III. Cookies Policy.
A cookie is information placed on your terminal and stored by your internet browser when visiting a site or viewing an advertisement. Its purpose is to collect information relating to your terminal and send you services adapted to your terminal (computer, mobile or tablet).
Three types of cookies are placed on our site:
- Technical Cookies which allow us to personalize your use of the Website (for example, memorize a mode of presentation).
- Cookies intended for audience measurement. They do not collect Personal Data. Audience measurement tools are deployed to obtain information on visitor navigation. They make it possible to understand how users arrive on a site and to reconstruct their journey.
- Addthis Cookies intended to improve the interactivity of the site. Features such as: sharing buttons (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram) and videos posted on the site use Addthis cookies, directly placed by these services.
In accordance with the provisions of Article L. 152-1 and according to the Consumer Code, you have the possibility, in the event of a dispute with a lawyer, to have recourse free of charge to the Consumer Mediator who will be the national mediator near the National Council of Bars (CNB) and whose contact details are as follows: CNB, Mediator of consumption, 22 rue de Londres – 75 009 Paris, France.