Privacy policy

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Protection of personal data

Our law firm undertakes to process your personal data in compliance with the applicable laws and regulations, and in particular Law N°78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to data processing, files and freedoms, as amended (the “Data Protection Act”) and Regulation (EU) 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 and on the free movement of such data (the “GDPR”).

By using our website, you consent to the collection and use of your personal information as described below.



Our law firm may collect personal data about you in the course of using the website, when:

  • You browse the website;
  • You fill in a contact / information form;
  • You apply for an internship or a job via the website;

In this context, the following personal data concerning you may be collected:

  • Identification data: last name, first name, e-mail address, etc.;
  • Professional data: company, function or position, status (individual or professional), sector of activity, professional contact information, etc.;
  • Professional content: the content of your messages, comments and interactions with our law firm, the content of your resumes and cover letters when you apply;
  • Technical data: Internet Protocol address (IP), connection data (including logs), consent data (clicks);
  • As well as any other personal data communicated through a form available on our website.

Your personal data collected from the website are processed by our law firm as the data controller.



Your personal data are processed for the following purposes, in the legitimate interest of our law firm:

  • Respond to requests and services that you request through the website (newsletter registration, request for quote, etc.);
  • Process incoming applications;
  • Improve our services (including the processing of our website);
  • Meet our administrative obligations;
  • Make statistics.



You have the following rights with respect to your personal data, under the conditions defined by the French Data Protection Act and the GDPR:

  • Right of access, rectification, limitation, portability and deletion of your personal data;
  • Right to object on legitimate grounds to the processing of your personal data and to canvassing that may be carried out by our law firm (invitations to events, sending of newsletters, etc.).

To exercise these rights, or for any questions regarding the processing of personal data implemented by our law firm, we invite you to write an e-mail to the email address: à or  or send a letter to : Cabinet Lamoure-Rivals, 91, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris.

You can also file a complaint with the French competent control authority CNIL (3 Place de Fontenoy, 75007 Paris).



The personal data collected is assigned to the exclusive use of our law firm and shall not be communicated to third parties, with the exception of our law firm’s subcontractors.

By browsing the website, you accept the use of cookies under the conditions set out below.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text file sent to your browser by the website and stored on your hard drive. It allows us to collect certain information about your navigation in order to improve your visit and the functionality of our website.

You are informed that, during your visits to our website, cookies may be installed on your hardware.

It is possible to oppose the use of cookies by our law firm by deactivating the option in your browser settings.

How can you accept, refuse or delete cookies with your browser?

At any time, you may disable the cookies installed through the Website.

In order to disable the aforementioned cookies, the process is as follows:


If you use Internet Explorer:

Once Internet Explorer is open, click on the Tools button, then on Internet Options.

Click on the Confidentiality tab, slide the slider to the confidentiality level of your choice, then click OK.

As you move the slider, Internet Explorer provides a description of the types of cookies that are blocked or authorised at that confidentiality level.

Blocking cookies may prevent certain web pages from being displayed correctly.

To delete cookies, click on Delete browsing history. Activate the Cookies and website data checkbox, then click on Delete.

For more information, Users are invited to consult the following page:


If you use the Firefox browser

Once Firefox is open, click on the Tools button and then click on Options.

On the Privacy tab, click Clear Your Recent History, check the Cookies box, then click Clear Now.

If you use the Safari browser

Click on the Safari menu and select Reset Safari.

In the new window that appears, check the Delete all cookies box.

Click the Reset button to apply the deletion of information.

For more information, Users are invited to consult the following page:


If you use the Safari browser:

Launch your Safari browser. Click on the Safari menu, then select Preferences.

In the Preferences window, select the Security tab.

In the Accept cookies box, tick the box corresponding to the cookie setting you want.

To delete cookies, select Reset Safari in the Safari menu. In the pop-up window, tick the Delete all cookies box.

Click on the Reset button to delete all the information.


If you use the Google Chrome browser

Click the Chrome menu in the browser toolbar.

Select Settings.

Click on Show Advanced Settings.

In the “Privacy” section, click on the Content Settings button.

In the “Cookies” section, you can delete cookies.

Click on Cookies and Website Data to open the “Cookies and Website Data” dialog box.

To delete all cookies, click “Delete All”. To delete a specific cookie, select the website that generated the cookie and click the cross.

For more information, please visit the following page:

Length of retention of personal data

Our law firm keeps personal data:

  • only for the duration necessary for the processing carried out or for a longer period in the context of its legal obligations;
  • regarding those used for communication purposes, for three (3) years from the time of collection or your last contact with our law firm.