A. Legal information

This website (referred to as the “Site”), accessible from the URL www.cabinet-jsp.com, is the exclusive property of the JSP Law Office (referred to as the “Office”).
Postal address: CDAAP – 11 boulevard de Sébastopol – 75001 Paris – France.
Email: jsp.avocat@gmail.com
Tel: 07 64 12 29 26
The editor of the Site is Mr Jean-Sébastien Pilczer.
The company hosting the Site is Wiboo (125 avenue du 8 mai 1945 – 94170 Le Perreux-sur-Marne – Tel: 01 80 91 61 02 – RCS Créteil 534 714 787).

B. Conditions of use of the Site

By using the Site or sending an e-mail to the Office through the space provided on the “Contact” page, each user declares that he/she has read the following conditions and agrees to be bound by them without any limitations or modifications.

1. General conditions

The Site is to be used for private purposes only.

The texts and data available on the Site are intended to provide general information on the Office and its activities. They should not be construed as legal advice or as a solicitation or an offer of services.

Users are solely liable for any use of the information provided on the Site. The Office disclaims all responsibility for any damages, direct or indirect, arising from the use of this information.

Users are not allowed to create a link targeting the Site, any webpage or any material within the Site without the prior and written consent of the Office.

2. Protection of personal data

E-mail addresses and any other personal data voluntarily provided by the user for identification purposes in his/her e-mail sent to the Office, and the user’s IP address (Internet Protocol address) relating to his/her connection to the Site are the only personal data which may be collected and processed by the Office through its Site:

  • E-mail addresses and any other personal data provided by the user in his/her e-mail to the Office are collected and processed for the sole purpose of responding to the e-mails. The personal data sent by e-mail are recorded and kept for a period of time consistent with the purpose of their collection and processing.
  • The user’s IP addresses are collected, processed and recorded by the Office exclusively for the purposes of securing the Site and the servers where it is hosted and using the data for anonymous statistical purposes.

This Site uses cookies to store browsing information during the use of the Site. Cookies cannot be used to identify the users. They, however, record information relating to the page browsing performed by the user’s computer on the Site (details of pages visited, time and date of visit, etc.), which can be retrieved at later visits. Users may block the use of cookies by configuring their browsers in accordance with the documentation provided with the software.

The personal data collected and processed by the Office is neither leased nor transferred to any third party, whether for a consideration or free of charge.

Any user, upon proof of his/her identity, has the right to request, as the case may be, the rectification, completion, updating or erasing of personal data which are incomplete, inaccurate, expired, or of data, the processing or the recording of which would be forbidden. This right can be exercised by sending an e-mail to jsp.avocat@gmail.com or a letter to the following address: Cabinet JSP – CDAAP – 11 boulevard de Sébastopol – 75001 Paris.

3. Intellectual property

The Site and its constituent parts, in particular any text, article, newsletter, logo, etc., are and remain the exclusive property of the Office. The photograph reproduced on the homepage of the Site has been taken by Christof Weber (weberchr@pt.lu): the intellectual property rights relating to this photograph have been duly acquired by the Office.

Users are neither allowed to copy, represent, modify, adapt or translate, whether in part or in whole and whether for a consideration or free of charge, the Site or any of its constituent parts, nor allowed to copy or represent such modification, adaptation or translation, whether in part or in whole, whether for a consideration or free of charge, without the prior and written consent of the Office.