Legal notices

Edition and contact details

This website, accessible from the URL www.adenot-andrieux.fr (hereafter the “Website”) is published by the law firm Adenot and Andrieux, operating in Clermont-Ferrand in the form of a simplified share company with a capital of 1000 euros, whose head office is located :

33 Cours Sablon, 63000 Clermont-Ferrand, France,
registered at the RCS in Clermont-Ferrand, SIRET: 889 548 202 000 15.
Phone: (+33) 4 44 44 96 60
Email: [email protected]

(hereafter the “Cabinet”).

The Director of the Website’s publication is Dominique Adenot, a lawyer at the Clermont-Ferrand Bar.

The Editor-in-Chief is Dominique Andrieux, a lawyer at the Clermont-Ferrand Bar.

The website was created by Etienne Adenot.

The hosting provider of the Website is O2SWITCH, LLC at the Capital of 100,000 euros, whose head office is located 222 – 224 Boulevard Gustave Flaubert, 63000 Clermont-Ferrand and registered at the RCS of Clermont-Ferrand under the number 510 909 807 00024.

Website’s terms of use

By accessing the Website, using it and/or sending an e-mail to Cabinet or one of its members, using a “mailto” link on the Website, any user (‘User’) declares and guarantees that they have been aware of these legal conditions and that they tacitly and fully accept them.

The Website and the data, information, documents and publications accessible, represented or downloadable from the Website, have only a non-exhaustive general information purpose about the Cabinet and cannot be considered as an act of legal advice, canvassing, solicitation and/or offer of services.

Personal data relating to Cabinet members that is made available on the Website cannot be collected and processed without the prior and written consent of the person concerned. In particular, each User refrains from collecting and using, manually or automatedly, this personal data to send advertising messages or any other kind that are unrelated to the activities of the Cabinet and its members.

The website and each of its components, including texts, articles, newsletters, brochures, plans, images, illustrations, photographs, databases, software, animations, etc. are protected by intellectual property law. The Cabinet has the right to use all photographs reproduced on the Website.

Full or partial reproduction of intellectual property is prohibited.

The User is only allowed to represent the pages of the Website on his screen and is only allowed to reproduce the intellectual property elements of the Website on a temporary basis for the sole purpose of viewing the Website.

The Website is reserved for the private use of each User. Each User is solely responsible for the use it makes of the information provided from the Website and the Cabinet cannot be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage arising from the user’s use of this information. The Cabinet cannot guarantee the accuracy, completeness or news of the information on the Website. In addition, Cabinet does not guarantee that the Website will be accessible on an ongoing basis.

The creation and publication of a hyperlink to the Website, one of the website pages or documents downloadable from the Website is only possible subject to prior and express cabinet approval.

Photo credits

© thomathzac23 – The Cathedral of the Assumption of Clermont faces the Puy-de-Dôme

Right to rectify

The client is informed that, as part of the management of contractual relationship operations with clients, personal data is processed by the firm as a processing manager. In accordance with the French Computer Science and Freedom Act and the rules applicable since 25 May 2018 under the European General Data Protection Regulation, the relevant data is kept by the Cabinet for the duration of the contractual relationship plus the legal duration of the statute of limitations.

The client enjoys, under the conditions of the law, a right of questioning, access, rectification, a right to portability, limitation of treatment and opposition for legitimate reasons, as well as the right to define guidelines relating to the fate of his data after his death. He can exercise the rights he has by contacting the firm at the following email address: [email protected]

In the event of a dispute, the client may file a complaint with the CNIL, whose contact information is listed at: https://www.cnil.fr