Privacy Policy

Last update : 05/05/2021

By using the website (hereinafter the “Website”), the user (the “User”) agrees to the collection and use of his personal data (the “Personal Data” or “Data”) in the manner described in this Privacy Policy by Lexellent.

The processing of Personal Data collected from the Website is carried out in compliance with the amended law of January 6, 1978 (“Loi Informatique et Libertés”) and with the French Data Protection General Regulation no. 679/2016 (“GDPR”).

The person in charge of data processing is Lexellent.

1. Collected Data

The Data collected by Lexellent during the use of the Website by the User is strictly necessary for the purposes sought by Lexellent and described below.

2. Purposes of Data Collection and Processing

Data may be collected when the User:

– Navigates on the Website,

Thus, User Data is only processed for the following purposes:

– Optimization of the Website’s functionalities

3. Retention and Recipients of your Personal Data

The aforementioned Data is kept only for the time necessary for the purposes for which it is collected and processed and in compliance with the legislation in force.

The Data collected and processed by Lexellent through the Website are not transferred or rented, whether free of charge or in return for payment, to third parties. Lexellent ‘s offices located in the European Union are not considered third parties.

4. Security

Lexellent undertakes to protect the security, confidentiality and integrity of User Data provided on the Website by using physical and logical security measures.

However, and given the inherent characteristics of the Internet as a global means of communication, Lexellent cannot guarantee that this information, when transmitted over the Internet, cannot be intercepted by third parties.

5. Cookies

By browsing the Website, Users accept the use of cookies under the conditions described below. Users who do not wish to accept these cookies can deactivate them by following the instructions described below.

Cookies are data stored in a user’s terminal equipment and used by the Website that users visit to send information to the browser, allowing the browser to send information back to the original Website. They generally contain the name of the server that depoWebsited it, an identifier in the form of a unique number and an expiry date.

Cookies make it possible to retain, for the duration of the cookie’s validity, status information when a browser accesses the different pages of a webWebsite or when the browser later returns to that webWebsite.

The reading or modification of the information contained in a cookie is the sole responsibility of its issuer.

In order to offer services adapted to the User’s terminal (computer, mobile or tablet), the cookies used by Lexellent have the following purposes:

-The collection of information relating to the browsing of Users; – The analysis of the frequentation and use of the Website.

Use of cookies by the Law Firm

The cookies used on the Website are the following:

– Functionality cookies that enable the User to be recognised when visiting the Website again and to adapt the Website accordingly. These are permanent cookies that remain on the User’s terminal until the expiry of their lifetime or their deletion using the browser’s functionalities.

– Google Analytics audience measurement cookies: these cookies are used to collect information, in an anonymous manner, on the users of the webWebsites. These cookies make it possible to count visitors and identify how they use the Website. These cookies are depoWebsited and read on the User’s equipment and as soon as the User accesses a webWebsite using the “Google Analytics” service.

You can consult Google’s privacy policy via this link:

Consent – deletion and management of cookies

Users have several options for deleting cookies.

Most browsers are set by default. However, Users can always choose to disable one or more cookies, refuse to accept them or withdraw their consent. The User has the choice to accept or refuse cookies on a case-by-case basis or to refuse them generally and systematically.

Users also have the possibility to manage the cookies used on the Website by configuring the browsers of their various terminals (tablets, smartphones, computers), as detailed below.

The configuration of each browser is described in its help menu. Generally, you should refer to the “Settings” tab, then to the “Options” or “Preferences” menu.

Users are informed that, depending on the settings chosen, the conditions of access to the Website and its features may be modified, for which the Law Firm cannot be held responsible.

When Users refuse the deposit of a cookie by following the parameters set out above, a cookie is installed and stored on their browser to identify them as having refused the installation of cookies. In the event that Users delete this cookie from their browser or log on from a different Internet browser or another computer, they should then undertake the same procedure for refusing the deposit of cookies.

6. Rights of the User

Each User has the right to access, modify, rectify and delete Data concerning him/her.

Each User also has the possibility to oppose, for legitimate reasons, the processing of his Data by Lexellent.

These rights may be exercised by sending a letter to MILAN 20122 In Via Borghetto 3 MM Palestro for the attention of the DPO or by e-mail to:

7. Modification of the Privacy Policy

Lexellent reserves the right to modify this Privacy Policy at any time.

In the event of a change or update, the revised Privacy Policy will be posted on the Website with an indication of the last date it was updated.

The User should therefore check the Website regularly to stay informed of any changes or updates to the Privacy Policy.

8. Applicable Law and Jurisdiction

This Privacy Policy is governed by French law and any dispute relating to it shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Paris Courts.