ARTICLE 1. OPERATION
Our website “www.concerto.legal” (hereinafter the Site) is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with the exception of interruptions required for any technical maintenance, servicing or updating that CONCERTO deems it useful to carry out.
ARTICLE 2. COOKIES
ARTICLE 3. LIABILITY
The purpose of the Website is to provide information about CONCERTO members’ activities.
None of the information on the Website may be interpreted as pre-contractual information relating to CONCERTO members’ services, nor as representing any contractual guarantee offered by CONCERTO members as part of their activities.
CONCERTO shall not be held responsible for the content published on its website as it remains the liability of the law office who uploaded the content.
Further, it is the responsibility of each user to take all appropriate measures to protect their own data and/or software from any contamination by viruses circulating on the Internet.
ARTICLE 4. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
The general structure of our Website and all of the content published on this Website (images, articles, photographs, logos, brands, videos, interviews, sound, text etc.) and the websites to which it links are protected by prevailing French legislation relating to intellectual property, in particular copyright, related rights, trademark rights, image rights, and by prevailing international legislation.
No right to reproduce content is granted without the author’s express written authorisation, including for photos, text, downloadable documents, and visual representations.
Therefore, in the absence of express authorisation from the author, the reproduction or representation of content from our website for other purposes than personal consultation, or its modification or adaptation in full or in part, is strictly prohibited.
The author is the law firm who wrote or created the content.
ARTICLE 5. HYPERLINKS
The creation of hyperlinks (whether basic or deep) to the Website is subject to the prior approval of the Director of Publications at CONCERTO.
CONCERTO shall not be liable for any hyperlinks towards other websites, as our firm has no control over the content of such websites.
ARTICLE 6. OMBUDSMAN
We inform you of the option provided by article L.152-1 of the Consumer Code of having recourse, in the event of a dispute, to the national consumer ombudsman for the legal profession.
Jérôme Hercé, consumer ombudsman for the legal profession
Postal address: 22 Rue de Londres, 75009 Paris
E-mail address: email@example.com
ARTICLE 7. APPLICABLE LAW
Under article 17 of the Law on Trust in the Digital Economy, this website is subject to French law.