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These conditions of use are intended to inform users of the website accessible from the URLs addresses or (hereinafter the “Site”) of the rules to be respected with regard to its use.

Any consultation of the Site implies acceptance in their entirety of the conditions of use below.
Otherwise, the connection must be terminated immediately.


The Site is published by the firm TRIPLET - Carat Legal, a simplified private equity company with a share capital of 155,000 euros, a law practice in Paris (75) and Lille 59), whose head office is located at 22 , avenue Franklin-D.-Roosevelt, 75008 Paris, France (Tel.: +33 (0)1 88 88 03 00), registered in the Paris trade and companies register under number 790 115 950 (the “Firm” ).

The publication director of the site is Me Emmanuel Dubois, president of SELAS CARAT LEGAL.

The site host is:
Société SEPTEO Legaltech
194 avenue de la Gare Sud de France - 34970 LATTES


Access to the Site and its use are strictly reserved for personal use.

The user is prohibited from using the Site, its content, the information and data appearing there for purposes other than personal and in particular for commercial, advertising, or political purposes, free of charge or for a fee, for his/her/their own account. or on behalf of third parties.


The name TRIPLET - CARAT LEGAL (together or separately) as well as the entire Site and all of its content, in particular, without this list being exhaustive, the source code, architecture, graphic charter, texts, illustrations, photographs, logos and other distinctive signs (including trademarks and domain names) are protected by rights, in particular intellectual property rights (including in particular all copyrights, rights on
patents, trademarks , designs and models, databases, domain names and any other intellectual property rights) or images and are the exclusive property of the Firm and/or its licensors.

Browsing the Site and its use do not confer on the user any right of any nature other than the strictly personal, non-exclusive and non-transferable right to access and view the content of the Site.

Consequently, the content of the Site cannot be reproduced in or on any medium whatsoever, in whole or in part, nor in particular be used for distribution purposes.

No hypertext link may be created to the Site without our express, written and prior authorization.


The Firm does not guarantee uninterrupted availability of the Site, particularly in the event of maintenance, errors or malfunctions of the internet network or the computer systems concerned.

The Firm may thus (i) suspend or limit access to all or part of the Site, in particular due to legal and/or technical constraints and (ii) make any modifications and improvements of its choice to the Site.

The information contained on the Site may therefore be modified at any time and it cannot in any case be considered as sufficient support for the resolution of specific legal problems.

it is therefore up to the user to personally query the Firm to obtain the latest legislative and/or jurisprudential developments.


The Firm cannot be held responsible for the consequences of any use of the information contained on the Site and, in all circumstances, it is appropriate to contact the Firm for the purpose of obtaining advice relating to the particular facts of the request. .

In the event of a possible contradiction between the English and French versions of the information offered on the Site, the French version will prevail in all circumstances.


The Firm as well as the Site are domiciled in Paris, France.

The applicable law is French law.

Any dispute, of whatever nature, relating to the Site or its content, will be submitted to the French courts and in particular to the President of the Paris Bar Association.


Your navigation on the Site or may give rise to the use of “Cookies”, if you continue browsing without changing the settings of your browser. Cookies consist of a small amount of data installed by your browser on your hard drive. Once recognized, they allow us to inform us about the characteristics of your visit to our site (browser type, etc.).

The Firm does not use cookie technology to collect personal information. Most browsers allow you to disable cookies or receive a warning before a cookie is stored on your hard drive. Please refer to your browser instructions or help screen to learn more about how to do this. You can also refer to

The Firm uses two types of Cookies:
  • session or preference Cookies: these Cookies are essential for navigation and the proper functioning of the site.
  • Audience measurement Cookies: these Cookies make it possible to track your navigation on the site for statistical purposes and to allow the Firm to better understand its audience in order to improve its service.
If you refuse the use of certain cookies, we remind you that in this case, you may not be able to take full advantage of a significant part of the functions of the Site or

Confidentiality Policy

The TRIPLET - CARAT LEGAL firm (the “Firm”) attaches particular importance to respecting your privacy and protecting your personal data (the “Confidentiality Policy”).
This is the reason why the Firm processes “Personal Data” (term designating any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person) that it collects as data controller, in compliance with regulations. applicable and in particular the General Data

Protection Regulation No. 2016/679 of April 27, 2016 (the “GDPR”) and Law No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to computing, files and freedoms in its latest amended version (together the “Applicable Regulations”).
The Confidentiality Policy aims to inform you about the processing carried out by the Firm (categories of data processed, purposes and legal bases of processing), on the way in which this data is processed, on the recipients of this data, on the measures taken by the Firm to protect your data as well as the rights you have over this data.

Who is the data controller?

Your Personal Data is collected by the Firm whose contact details appear below:
  • Company name : CARAT LEGAL
  • Trade name : TRIPLET
  • Postal address : 22, avenue Franklin-D.-Roosevelt, 75008 Paris
  • Telephone number : + 33 (0)1 88 88 03 00

If you have any questions regarding the use of your Personal Data or our Privacy Policy, you can contact us: :
  • by mail to the following address : TRIPLET - CARAT LEGAL, 22, avenue Franklin-D.-Roosevelt, 75008 Paris
  • by email :
What Personal Data is collected?

The Firm may collect the following data about you depending on the type of relationship:

Personal data of users of the Site
Through its website accessible at the addresses or, (the “Site”), the Firm may collect Personal Data such as first and last names, e-mail address email and telephone number as well as data relating to your browsing.

In this context, personal data is processed by the Firm for the purposes of managing your request or complaint and/or optimizing your navigation on the Site.

Personal data of job candidates
In the context of recruiting staff or submitting spontaneous applications, the Firm is required to collect Personal Data such as first and last name, date and place of birth, nationality, title, postal address, e-mail address, telephone number, level of study, years of professional experience, sector of activity and/or specialty, level of remuneration requested, positions previously held, language level, driving license, type of contract sought and any other information relating to the career and education mentioned by the candidate in his curriculum vitae communicated spontaneously to the Firm by the candidate.
This data is collected directly from the candidate during their application or is provided to the Firm by third parties such as recruitment firms.
The Personal Data of candidates is processed for the purposes of analyzing the application and managing the recruitment process.

Personal data of the Firm's contacts and clients
The Firm collects Personal Data from contacts and clients in the context of the execution of the missions entrusted to it and the contracts concluded with its external service providers, such as surnames, first names, functions, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers. , or even economic, financial, accounting and tax data. Where applicable, depending on the missions entrusted to it, the Firm may also be required to process Personal Data relating to the personal and family lives of its clients.
The Personal Data of contacts and clients is processed by the Firm for the following purposes:
  • execution of advisory, assistance and representation missions;
  • management of the contractual relationship;
  • sending information relating to the activity and news of the Firm;
  • management of accounting and execution of the Firm's legal obligations (notably tax).
If you do not provide us with the requested Personal Data, we will not be able to provide you with the benefit of all the products or services offered by the Firm.
Depending on your interaction with the Firm, the collection of certain data may be mandatory while others are optional. When collection is obligatory, the Firm will inform you of this at the time of collection.

What use is made of your Personal Data collected?

The Firm collects your Personal Data on the basis of your consent, a contractual relationship uniting you to the Firm and/or to pursue its legitimate interests relating to the improvement of its service, client relations as well as commercial prospecting. They are only intended for internal services of the Firm that strictly need to have access to them (lawyers, assistants and interns) for the sole purposes mentioned above in §2.

Your Personal Data may, where applicable, be transmitted to external service providers for the purposes of carrying out the mission entrusted to the Firm (bailiffs, experts, third-party lawyers, translators, accountants, etc.), to subcontractors acting on the sole instructions from the Firm (IT service providers) and to the judicial and/or administrative authorities with which the Firm is required to collaborate.

All persons likely to have access to your Personal Data are subject to a strict obligation of confidentiality (professional secrecy, legal or contractual obligation) and ensure the security of your data.

In the event that your Personal Data is processed for different purposes, the Firm will inform you and, if required by law, will obtain your prior consent.

How long is your Personal Data retained?

Personal Data is kept for a period which does not exceed the period necessary for the purposes for which it is collected and processed:
  • Personal Data collected via the Site's contact form is kept for the duration of processing your request;
  • Personal Data collected as part of recruitment is kept for a period of two years from the Firm's last contact with the candidate;
  • Personal Data of clients and contacts are kept for the duration of the contractual relationship.
Your Personal Data is deleted at the end of these retention periods but may nevertheless be kept beyond that in archives with restricted access, for evidentiary purposes in the event of a dispute or for supporting purposes with external organizations or authorities. administrative.

What are your rights ?

Right to information, access, control, rectification and erasure
In accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of April 27, 2016, you have the right:
  • to obtain clear, transparent, understandable and easily accessible information on how the Firm processes your Personal Data,
  • to consult and access your Personal Data,
  • to rectify your Personal Data or to obtain its erasure.

Right to limitation
You also have the right to limit and/or object to the processing of your Personal Data by the Firm in the following cases:
  • when you consider that your Personal Data processed by the Firm is inaccurate, their processing will be limited until it is rectified;
  • when the Firm no longer needs to process your Personal Data but it is still necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal rights;
  • when you object to the processing of your Personal Data which is based on the legitimate interest of the Firm, their processing will be limited while this request is examined.

Right to object

You also have the right, at any time, to revoke your consent to the processing and use of your Personal Data with effect for the future, the lawfulness of the processing of this data previously carried out cannot be called into question.

The Firm may, however, refuse to grant your opposition, particularly when the processing is (i) justified by legitimate and compelling reasons, (ii) imposed by a legal obligation or (iii) necessary for the establishment, exercise or control of defence of a right in court.

For any questions on this subject or to exercise the above-mentioned rights, please contact us:

Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority
If, despite the measures taken by the Firm, you believe that your rights have not been respected, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the following supervisory authority:

National Commission for Information Technology and Liberties (CNIL)
3, place de Fontenoy – TSA 80715 -75334 Paris Cedex 07
Tél. 01 53 73 22 22
site :

Is your Personal Data transferable?

The Firm does not transfer any Personal Data outside the European Economic Area, unless the processing of your file requires it.

The Firm guarantees that it does not transmit your Personal Data to third parties, unless this is required by legal or regulatory provisions, or unless we have your express authorization on this subject.

Any distribution or sale of your Personal Data is excluded.

What security measures does the Firm take to protect your Personal Data?

The Firm takes all useful precautions, as well as appropriate technical and organizational measures, to preserve the security of your Personal Data and, in particular, to prevent it from being distorted, damaged or from unauthorized third parties having access to it.

These measures include the implementation of specific technologies designed to protect your privacy, such as secure servers, saving personal data within a redundant system, firewalls and SSL encryption or even secure access by login and password, a demanding and complex password renewal frequency policy and secure remote access via VPN access.

Jurisdiction and applicable law
The Privacy Policy is subject to French law.

In the event of a dispute and in the event that an amicable agreement cannot be reached, the competent courts will be those within the jurisdiction of the Paris Court of Appeal, notwithstanding multiple defendants or warranty claims.
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