THE “VERNELEGAL.COM” WEBSITE
Article 1: Subject
Article 2: Legal Disclaimer
- This Site was published by:
Verne Legal SARL company, with a share capital of 3,000 €
SIRET Number: 84846592800010, RCS Montpellier n ° 848465928
Address: 418, rue du Mas de Verchant – BP 12 – 34935 Montpellier Cedex 9, France (hereinafter “VERNE LEGAL”).
- VERNE LEGAL is a law firm registered upon the Bar Association of Montpellier, France.
Attorney at Law (fr. avocat) Ewa Kaluzinska is also on the list of foreign lawyers of the Bar Association of Warsaw, Poland.
- Publication director: Ewa Kaluzinska
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone numbers: +33 430 050 90
+48 22 427 87 10
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“REGON” number 242888558.
Article 3: Access to the website
The vernelegal.com Website provides access to information on legal services provided by the VERNE LEGAL law firm, events organized by VERNE LEGAL, and information regarding VERNE LEGAL.
It also contains general information and law review, in particular in the field of commercial law, tax law and IT law.
The Site offers an ebook “Doing Business in France”, available upon request, and an option to contact VERNE LEGAL vía the contact form.
The vernelegal.com Website also provides interactive tools of communication between the Website Users and the lawyers, as well as the legal ChatBot (conversation robot) that answers simple questions.
The Information and materials published on the Website shall under no circumstances be considered as legal opinions or consultations. The use of publications on the Site cannot replace individual consultation with a lawyer. Only an individual consultation can provide a solution responding to Users’ situation, as it depends on their needs and personal situation.
All information published on the Website is provided for information purposes only and is subject to change at any time without prior notice to Users.
The Site is available free of charge no matter the place, for every User with an Internet access. All costs incurred by the User in order to access the service (hardware, software, Internet connection, etc.) are covered solely by the User.
For technical or other reasons, access to the Site may be interrupted or suspended by the publisher without notice or justification.
VERNE LEGAL is not liable for any material damage related to the use of the vernelegal.com Website. In addition, the Website User undertakes to access the Website using the latest virus-free devices and using an updated, modern Web browser.
Any event caused by force majeure, causing the network or server to malfunction, shall not be a liability of VERNE LEGAL.
Article 4: Use of contact forms
The User declares that all information provided while sending a question or requesting an e-book are in line with reality, and apply only to his person or legal entity, which he/she legally represents or for which he/she has the required power of attorney, as for the transfer of data.
Article 5: Protection of intellectual property
All elements posted on the vernelegal.com Website and all content on the Website (characters, designs, logos, texts, images, graphics, icons, sounds, applications, programs, etc.) are the sole property of VERNE LEGAL, with the exception of photos and graphics belonging to third parties, which are of a free use. They are protected by the Intellectual Property Code and international agreements, particularly by copyright and trademark protection.
Complete or partial reproduction, copying, processing, modification of the content or publications or graphic elements, as well as the representation of this Site is strictly prohibited.
Pursuant to the provisions of the Code of Intellectual Property, it is reminded that a User who quotes, cites, reproduces or publishes protected content is obliged to refer to the author and the source of the publication.
The User undertakes to use the vernelegal.com Website for personal purposes and in accordance with the principles of law and internet practices. Any use for commercial and advertising purposes is strictly prohibited.
Article 6: Personal data
VERNE LEGAL may collect personal data of the Users through the Website.
The data administrator is VERNE LEGAL, whose legal information is given in Article 2 of this document.
Data collected via the Website is processed in accordance with applicable regulations.
Data processed by VERNE LEGAL is data that the User voluntarily provides through various forms of data collection on the Site (contact form, e-book request form). VERNE LEGAL also processes data resulting from cookies (see our Cookies Policy). These data is necessary for VERNE LEGAL to be able to respond to the User’s requests and / or offer him an appropriate service, as well as the proper management of potential customer relationships.
VERNE LEGAL does not process any sensitive data and undertakes to ensure data security by implementing technical and organizational measures.
In accordance with applicable regulations, the User has the right to access, rectify, and in the event of justified reasons, delete, limit and oppose the processing of the data. The User also has the right to transfer his/her data and the right to withdraw his/her consent to the processing of the data. Users may exercise these rights or ask questions concerning the processing of their data by contacting email@example.com.
Article 7: Disclaimer
The information presented on this Site is provided for informational purposes only. It does not constitute a customised legal advice which must be adjusted to individual situations.
In addition, while every effort has been made to offer current and accurate information, errors and omissions can occur. All content on the Site and all services provided through it are provided “as is”, with no guarantees of completeness, accuracy or timeliness, and without representations, warranties or other contractual terms of any kind, express or implied. VERNE LEGAL disclaims all liability to the User and everyone else in respect of the content on this Site and all services provided through it. It does not represent or warrant that this Site is accurate, current, uninterrupted, error-free, omission-free or free of viruses or other harmful components. VERNE LEGAL is not liable for any errors, omissions or inaccuracies caused, inter alia, by changes in laws and regulations, or by other reasons.
VERNE LEGAL is not responsible for any misinterpretation or use of information published on the Site and for any damage caused by such misinterpretation.
VERNE LEGAL cannot be held responsible for direct or indirect damage caused to the User’s equipment while accessing the Website, resulting either from the use of equipment that does not meet the requirements indicated above, or from the appearance of an error or non-compliance.
VERNE LEGAL is not liable for indirect damages (such as market loss or chances of receiving market share) resulting from using the Website.
VERNE LEGAL shall not be liable in the event of force majeure or unpredictable and insurmountable third-party action.
Article 8: Hypertext links
The site may contain hypertext links.
Users are advised that clicking on these links will cause quitting the vernelegal.com Website.
VERNE LEGAL has no control over the websites from the hyperlinks and cannot under any circumstances be liable for their content or for any damages that could result from visiting these pages or the interpretation of the publications they contain.
VERNE LEGAL cannot be held responsible for any viruses or other harmful types of software that may be downloaded by the User’s computer equipment while using the Website.
Article 9: Contract Law
Article 10: Dispute Resolution