No hyperlink can be created in the direction of our website without our express and written authorisation.

Please note that the information contained in this website can be modified at any moment, and therefore it is the user’s responsibility to personally ask questions from our Practice in order to obtain the latest legal and case-law developments.

Although we thrive to ensure that the information available is updated, the latter cannot be considered as a sufficient medium to solve specific legal problems, which should obviously be brought to the attention of a specialist of this law area.

It is specified that we cannot be held liable for the consequences of the use of the information contained on this website and in all circumstances you should contact the SCP Triplet & Associés in order to obtain an opinion in regard to the specific points of the enquiry.

In the event of a conflict between the French and English version of the information provided, the French text shall prevail in all circumstances.

The name TRIPLET & ASSOCIES, as well as all the information contained on this website are protected under French law and under the corresponding international legal provisions.

In this regard, our practice benefits from the corresponding full intellectual property rights.

As a consequence, the contents of the website cannot be reproduced, in part or as a whole, under any format whatsoever, nor be used for diffusion.

The SCP TRIPLET & ASSOCIES, as well as the present website, are domiciled in Lille, France.

All disputes, of any nature, regarding the website or its contents shall be subject to the French jurisdiction, and especially that of the Chairman of the Lille Bar (“Bâtonnier de l’Ordre des Avocats”).

The applicable law is French law and any perusal of our website entails the acceptance of the conditions hereof in their entirety, failing which the connection will need to cease immediately.



Triplet & Associés attaches a special importance to the respect of your private life, and to your protection of your personal data.

“Personal data” means any information in relation to an identified or identifiable natural person.



Your personal data is collected by SCP Triplet & Associés, the contact details of which are mentioned below:

  • Postal address : 75 Boulevard Vauban 59000 Lille, France
  • Phone number: +33 (0)3 20 57 03 03
  • Should you have any questions in relation to the use of your personal data or to our privacy policy, you can contact us:

-By post at the following address: SCP Triplet & Associés, 75 Boulevard Vauban, 59000 Lille, France

-By e-mail:



Triplet & Associés may be required to collect the following data about you:

  • Personal details: such as your last name, first name, your title, your address, your date of birth, your postal code, the city where you live, your email address, your company, your position and your phone number;
  • Information in regard to the processing of emails and communications which are sent to you, such as the date and the time of receipt of the emails, the date and the hour when you read them, the information in regard to your interactions with the contents sent.

Depending on your interaction with Triplet & Associés, some of the data can be compulsorily collected, whereas others is optionally collected. When the data collection is compulsory, Triplet & Associés will mention it to you at the time of the data collection; if you do not communicate the requested personal data, we shall not be able to make you benefit from all the products or services offered by Triplet & Associés.



Triplet & Associés collects your personal data on the basis of your agreement, and within the framework of a contractual relationship linking you to Triplet & Associés and/or in order to pursue its reasonable interests based on the improvement of its service, its client relations, as well as canvassing.

Within this framework, Triplet & Associés collects and uses your personal data for several reasons:

  • To communicate with you by email or post within the framework of the missions conferred to us;
  • To deal with your application for a job advertisement, for a work collaboration, or for a work placement;
  • To meet legal or administrative obligations ordered by the legislator.
  • In the event your personal data would be used for different goals, Triplet & Associés shall inform you, and when requested by law, shall ask your preliminary agreement.



The interactions with Triplet & Associés and on the or  websites.

Within the framework of a file handled by Triplet & Associés, or the sending of an application via or, Triplet & Associés collects data for which you are concerned. It can be your last name, your fist name, your title, your address, your postal code, the city where you live, your email address, your phone number.



We shall not proceed to any transfer of your personal data outside of the European Union.



Your personal data is stored for no longer than the length necessary for the reason for which it is collected or dealt with.



Pursuant to the “Regulation (EU) 2016/679 dated 27 April 2016, you have to access your personal data, to modify it or else to obtain its deletion. You also have the right to limit and/or to object to the processing of your personal data.

At any time, you also have the right to withdraw your consent to the processing and to the use of your data with effect for future.

For any question in this regard, or to access the rights mentioned above, please contact us at :

You have a right to make a claim before the “Autorité de contrôle”. In France, the “Autorité de contrôle” is the “Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (postal address : 3 place de Fontenoy – TSA 80715 – 75334 Paris Cedex 07, France ; telephone : + 33 (0) 1 53 73 22 22) ; website :



Triplet & Associés guarantees that it does not transmit your data to third parties, except if requested by legal or regulatory provisions, or if we have your express authorisation in this regard. Any propagation or sale of your personal data is excluded. 



Your browsing on the website or on the website can give rise to the use of “Cookies”, if you continue your browsing without modifying your browser configuration. The cookies consist in a small quantity of data installed by your browser on your hard drive. Once recognised, they inform us on the characteristics of your visit on our website (kind of browser, etc.) Triplet & Associés does not use cookie technology to collect personal information. Most of the browsers enable you to deactivate the cookies or to receive a warning before a cookie is stored on your hard drive. Please see the instructions on your browser or on the support screen to find out more on how to proceed. You can also refer to

Triplet & Associés is may use two kind of cookies:

-The session or preferential cookies: these cookies are essential to the browsing and to the smooth running of the website

-The cookies to evaluate the audience: the purpose of these cookies is to follow your browsing on the website for statistical goals and to enable Triplet & Associés to better know its audience in order to improve its services.

If you refuse the use of certain cookies, we remind you that in this case you might not fully benefit from a significant part of the or  functions.



Triplet & Associés takes all the necessary measures, as well as all the appropriate technical and organisational measures to preserve the security of your personal data, and in particular to prevent it from being altered, damaged, or that unauthorised third parties have an access to it.



The present privacy policy is governed by French law. In case of a dispute and in the event that no amicable settlement can be reached, the Courts having jurisdiction to hear a dispute shall be those within the remit of the Court of Appeal in Douai, notwithstanding the plurality of defendants or a claim seeking guarantee from a third party.