Legal notices

Editor
The website www.lcdm.law (the « Website ») is published by Chammas & Marcheteau, Private practice company with limited liability with a capital of €20,000, registered under the SIREN number 453 629 339 RCS Paris, whose head office is located at 5 villa Ballu - 75009 Paris.

Contact : contact@lcdm.law – Tél. : 01 53 42 42 50.

 

Publishing directors

The managing editor are Lola Chammas and Denis Marcheteau.

Hosting

The Website is hosted by ADWIN, a simplified joint-stock company ("société par actions simplifiée"), registered under the SIREN number 408 180 206 RCS Montpellier whose head office is located at 71, rue des Artisans - 30220 Aigues-Mortes.

Contact : contact@adwin.fr – Tél. : 04 66 35 03 08.


Intellectual property: 
The Website, and the elements composing it including without limitation the programs, the content, the data, the text, the newsletters, the images, logos, sounds, musics, visuals, databases are protected by the French Intellectual Property Code, and are the exclusive property of Chammas & Marcheteau or the concerned right holders.

Any reproduction or representation of the Website, in whole or of one of the elements composing it, on any medium whatsoever, constitues an infringement, and may engage the civil and criminal liability of the infringer based on Articles L.335-2 and following of the French Intellectual Property Code. It is strictly forbidden to use or reproduce the name, as well as any logo or visual of Chammas & Marcheteau, alone or associated, for any reason whatsoever. Any hyperlink to the Website is subject to prior written autorisation from Chammas & Marcheteau.

Liability

Information provided in the Website and any newsletters sent by the firm :

  • are provided for information purposes only without warranty of any kind,
  • may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors,
  • is subject to change without prior notice,
  • do not constitute a service offering, a legal advice, or an unlawful solicitation,
  • cannot engage Chammas & Marcheteau’s liability for any reason whatsoever.

Therefore, Chammas & Marcheteau cannot, under any circumstances, be held liable for any direct or indirect, material or immaterial damage resulting from the visit and/or the use of the Website, and/or any newsletters sent by the firm, and/or associated websites.

Chammas & Marcheteau is not responsible for the content of any third party website to which you may have access from the Website.

Chammas & Marcheteau may at any time delete any information or reference available on the Website, or suspend the Website, at its discretion and without notice.

Privacy
Personal data’s users are collected on the Website (including by means of online forms) and are processed by Chammas & Marcheteau, acting as data controller pursuant to Law 78-17 of January 6, 1978, and Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of personal data.

Chammas & Marcheteau collects and processes personal data of users in accordance with the consent they have given in order to receive Chammas & Marcheteau's newsletters. This processing is, therefore, performed for the exclusive purpose of managing the subscription to the Chammas & Marcheteau newsletter.

Chammas & Marcheteau does not transfer any users’ personal data to any third party. Chammas & Marcheteau retains the personal data of users only for the time necessary for the purposes ofr which itw as initially collected and in compliance with applicable law, i.e. until their possible cancellation of subscription.

The firm ensures the security of your personal data by implementing physical and logical security measures.

Users have a right of access, rectification, erasure of data, restriction of processing, withdrawal of consent, data portability, as well as the right to object to the processing of their personal data. They also have the right to provide Chammas & Marcheteau with general or specific instructions relating to the storage, deletion and communication of their personal data after their death.

To exercise these rights, users are invited to send an e-mail to contact@lcdm.law or a written letter addressed to Cabinet Chammas & Marcheteau, 5, villa Ballu - 75009, accompanied by a photocopy of an identity document bearing their signature.

Finally, users can lodge a complaint with the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL).

Credits

This website was created by Rise + Shine - 2 Rue Dahomey, 75011 Paris FRANCE