Privacy Policy

Updated on 19 December 2021


The internet website (hereinafter the « Website ») is managed by the law firm Everlaw & Tax (the “Firm”), whose head office is located at 48 Avenue Victor Hugo, 75116 Paris.

By using the Site you (hereinafter “You” or the “Users”) expressly agree to the collection and processing of your personal data, as described in this privacy policy (the “Privacy Policy”).

Personal data (hereinafter “Personal Data”) is any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (hereinafter referred to as “Data Subject”). A natural person who can be identified, directly or indirectly or to one or more specific elements specific to its physical, physiological, genetic, psychological, economic, cultural or social identity, in particular by reference to an identifier, such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier, is deemed to be an “identifiable natural person”.

This Confidentiality Policy defines the way in which the Firm collects and processes the Personal Data of its clients, in general.

In order to respect and protect your private life and the confidentiality of your Personal Data, the Firm undertakes to collect and process your Personal Data in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, and in particular Law n ° 78 -17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data, files and freedoms amended (hereinafter the “Data Protection Act”), and the General Regulation on the protection of personal data (“RGPD”) (EU) 2016 / 679 of the European Parliament dated April 27, 2016 (hereinafter the “Rules”).


Your Personal Data collected from the Site is processed by the Firm in its capacity as data controller (hereinafter the “Data Controller”).

The Firm complies with all French and European regulatory and legislative provisions relating to the protection of Personal Data.


The Firm collects and processes Personal Data in connection with:

Site Users,
Clients or contacts of the Firm,
People visiting the Firm or participating in events organized by the Firm,
Potential candidates during the recruitment process,
Former employees of the Firm or members of the Alumni program, and
Subcontractors and third party service providers, corresponding law firms, legal advisers, lawyers, experts and consultants (notaries, mediators or arbitrators), accountants or auditors, regulators, courts and law enforcement agencies.

As part of its activity, the Firm is likely to collect Personal Data directly from Site Users when they:

Subscribe to a newsletter (hereinafter the “Newsletter”) from the firm, in order to receive the various press releases issued by the firm,
Apply for a job or internship, or
Fill out the contact form to receive more information about the Firm and browse the Site.

When Users register for the Newsletter, or when sending a message via the contact form on the Site, the following Personal Data is collected:

  • Last name,
  • First name,
  • Address,
  • Email address, and
  • Phone number.

In principle, the Site is intended for adults capable of entering into obligations in accordance with the legislation of the country in which the Users are located.

Users under the age of 15 or incapable must obtain the prior consent of their legal guardian before entering their Personal Data on the Site. Certain Personal Data collected is mandatory in order to be able to benefit from the services offered on the Website, and in particular, as specified during the collection of the Data, in the absence of this consent, Users will not be able to subscribe to the Newsletter. and / or will not be able to send an email via the Site.

Regarding the receipt of the Newsletter, Users can terminate this subscription at any time, by clicking on the unsubscribe link provided in each of our communications, or by contacting the Firm as described in Article 10 below.

In addition, the Firm is likely to collect, when using the Website, information relating to the devices on which Users use our services or to the networks from which they access the Website (the type of terminal, the operating system , browser, access provider, terminal IP address, terminal geolocation data), as well as connection data for statistical purposes (date, time, visitor’s computer protocol, pages viewed ).

Among the technologies used to collect this information, the Firm notably uses cookies, detailed more specifically in Article 10 below.

When attending meetings on the premises of the Firm, or during events and meetings organized by the Firm outside, the Firm collects and processes the following Personal Data:

  • Last name,
  • First name,
  • Address,
  • Email address,
  • Phone number,
  • Identification documents, and
  • Dietary or personal preferences.

The Firm uses e-mailing software to deliver grouped emails (invitations, newsletters, briefings, reports or corporate information). The Firm collects Personal Data and cookies, in order to follow the links sent in emails and collect information concerning the content viewed, opened, deleted and / or to which it has been replied.

The Firm also collects Personal Data in relation to its subcontractors and third party service providers:

  • Last name,
  • First name,
  • Address,
  • Email address,
  • Phone number,
  • Identification documents, and
  • Billing information



With regard to Personal Data relating to the management of sending the Newsletter, Personal Data is kept as long as the User does not unsubscribe (via the unsubscribe link integrated in the Newsletter) . In the absence of instructions to the contrary or of any interaction in the past three (3) years, Personal Data will be permanently deleted from our databases, in order to meet our legal obligations.

With regard to data relating to statistics and audience measurements, the information stored in the Users’ terminal or any other element used to identify Users and allowing their traceability or attendance will not be kept beyond thirteen (13 months) before being archived to meet our legal obligations.

Article 5. PURPOSE
our Personal Data is collected and processed in order to:

  • Provide you with the services or information you have requested,
  • Respond to your questions and requests, and
  • Ensure the processing of applications received.

The legal basis for the processing of your Personal Data is the legitimate interest of the Firm.

In addition, your Personal Data may also be processed in order to:

  • Ensure the operation and security of the Site, improve its operation and adapt to your requests, and
  • Perform anonymized statistical calculations.

These treatments have as a legal basis the legitimate interest of the Firm to ensure the proper functioning and security of the site, as well as the evaluation of its audience.

The Firm may also use your Personal Data for communication purposes for sending newsletters, information, and invitations to events and conferences.

This processing is based on the firm’s legitimate interest in developing its relationships with its clients, prospects and partners.


The Personal Data collected is reserved for the exclusive use of the Firm and may not be communicated to third parties, with the exception of subcontractors and third party service providers of the Firm, corresponding law firms, legal advisers, lawyers, experts. and consultants (notaries, mediators or arbitrators), accountants or auditors, regulators, courts and law enforcement agencies.


The Data collected is hosted in the European Union and is stored in the European Union.

The Firm may share your Personal Data, for communication purposes, with its professional partners located in France or outside the European Union, a list of which can be found on the Firm’s website in the Partnerships and International Network tab.

The transfer of your Personal Data outside the European Union is governed by a data transfer contract based on the standard contractual clauses of the European Commission.

Any Personal Data collected by the Firm through a third party remains the responsibility of the person who provided it to us.


In accordance with applicable law and the regulations in force, you have the rights of access, rectification, opposition, deletion and portability of your Personal Data which allow you to have your (inaccurate, incomplete, or out of date.) Personal Data rectified, completed, updated or deleted. You can also at any time and without reason, oppose the processing of your Personal Data for communication purposes.

You can exercise your rights with the Firm, by sending a written complaint to the Firm’s Processing Manager at:, or at the following address: Cabinet Everlaw & Tax, 48 avenue Victor Hugo, 75116 Paris , France.

In the event of a difficulty related to the management of your Personal Data, you can send a written complaint to the Firm or to the CNIL (National Commission for Informatics and Liberties –, 3 Place de Fontenoy, 75007 Paris) .


The Firm sets up measures intended to ensure the security of the Site and thus protect your Personal Data against any access by unauthorized third parties.

Your Personal Data is protected by technical and organizational measures in accordance with French and European legal and regulatory requirements, ensuring their security, integrity and confidentiality.

In particular, the Firm uses protection technologies, such as encryption, authentication and fraud detection systems to protect databases.

The Firm ensures, under the terms of a written commitment, that its service providers present sufficient guarantees to ensure the protection of the Personal Data whose processing is entrusted to them.

Article 10. COOKIES

Cookies and trackers are small, often encrypted text files stored in your browser. They are created when a User’s browser loads a given website, the site sends information to the browser, which then creates a text file.

When Users browse our Site, the Firm can collect and keep for a maximum period of 13 months certain information related to their visit, thanks to technical cookies:

  • The name of the computer used,
  • The IP address of the computer used,
  • The different pages visited,
  • The date, time and duration of navigation, and
  • The URLs through which Users passed to arrive on our site

We use this information in order to:

  • Analyze and measure website traffic,
  • Make the site more functional, and
  • Remember your language

The Firm does not use advertising cookies. However, if the Firm were to use them in the future, Users would have the option of deactivating these cookies.

Users’ browser is probably configured to accept cookies. However, Users can modify their browser settings so as to refuse all or some cookies or to delete them. Users have the option of opposing the deposit of cookies by configuring their browser.

Please note, however, that some features may not be accessible if Users disable the use of cookies by the Site.


We reserve the right to modify this Privacy Policy at any time, in whole or in part. These changes will come into effect from the publication of the new Privacy Policy.

Any modification or update by us of the revised Privacy Policy will be published online on the Site with mention of the last update date. Therefore, we invite you to regularly check our Site in order to stay informed of any changes or updates to the Firm’s Privacy Policy.

In any event, your use of the Site following the entry into force of these changes will constitute recognition and acceptance of the new Privacy Policy.