Privacy policy

By using Chatain & Associés’s website,, (hereinafter the “Website”), the user (the “User”) accepts the collection and use of his personal data (hereinafter “Personal Data” or “Data”) Cabinet Chatain & Associés (the “Firm”) as described in the current Confidentiality Policy.
The treatment of Personal Data collected via the Website is done so in accordance with the French Law of 6 January 1978, as modified, which regulates the use of Personal Data (“Loi informatique et libertés”) as well as the EU General Data Protection Regulation n°2016/679 (“GDPR”).
The Firm is responsible for the treatment of Data collected.

1. Data collected by the Firm

Data collected by the Firm during use of the Website by the user is strictly necessary for the purposes declared by the Firm and are described hereafter.

2. Purpose of the collection and treatment of Data by the Firm

Data may be collected when the User:
– Registration for events organised by the Firm and / or Firm newsletters,
– When you apply for a job or internship.
User Data is only treated for the following purposes:
– Management of registrations for events organised by the Firm and / or Firm newsletters,
– Management of applications for a job or internship.

3. Personal Data Retention

The aforementioned Data is solely retained for the time necessary for the purposes for which it is collected and treated, in accordance with current legislation.

4. Data Recipients

Data collected and treated by the Firm through the Website is not transferred or rented, free of charge or for a fee to third parties.

5. Security

The Firm commits to protecting the security, confidentiality, and integrity of the User Date provided via the Website by the use of physical and logical securitisation means.
However, and bearing in mind the characteristics inherent to the Internet as a means of global communication, the Firm cannot guarantee Cabinet that such information, during online transmission, may not be intercepted by third parties.

6. Cookies

By using the Website, Users accept the use of cookies in the conditions described hereafter. If users do not wish to accept cookies, they can disable them by following the instructions provided below.

a. Definition

Cookies are small text files stocked by a website on an Internet user’s terminal and used by the website that the Internet user is visiting to send information to the browser and allow the browser to send information back to the original website. Cookies generally include the name of the server placed it, ID in the form of a unique number and expiry date.
Cookies allow the conservation, for the cookies validity period, of status information when a browser accesses the different pages of a website or when the browser later returns to that website.
Reading and modifying information contained in a cookie is only possible for the originator of the cookie.

b. Purpose

In order to provide services adapted to the User’s terminal (computer, mobile phone or tablet), the cookies used by the firm have the following purpose:
The collection of information relatives to User navigation
Website traffic analysis.

c. Use of cookies by the Firm

The cookies used on the website are the following:
Session cookies that record technical information when browsing from one page to another on the website and that disappear when the User leaves the website.
Persistent cookies allow the User to be recognised when he returns to the website and to adapt the website to the user. These are permanent cookies that remain on the User’s terminal until the end of their lifespan or until they are deleted using browser functions.
Google Analytics audience measurement cookies: these cookies are used to anonymously collect information on website users. These cookies allow users to be counted and to identify how they use the website. These cookies are placed and read on the User’s equipment as soon as he accesses an Internet website that uses the Google Analytics service.
You can consult Google’s confidentiality policy via this link:

d. Consent – cookie deletion and management

Users have several options for deleting cookies.
Most browsers have default settings. However, Users may still choose to disable one or more cookies, refuse their deposit, or retract their consent. The User has the choice of accepting or refusing cookies on a case-by-case basis or generally and systematically refusing them.
Users can also manage the cookies used on the website by modifying the browser settings on their various terminals (tablets, smartphones, computers), as specified hereafter.
The configuration of each browser is described in its help menu. Generally, you refer to the “Settings” tab, then the “Options” or “Preferences” tab.
Users are informed that according to the settings chosen, conditions of access to the website and its functionalities may be altered. The Firm cannot be held responsible for this.
When Users refuse cookie deposits by following the settings mentioned above, a cookie is stored on their browser to identify them as having refused the installation of cookies. If a User deletes this cookie from his browser or connects from a different browser or a different computer, he will have to undertake the same procedure for refusing cookie deposit.

7. User Rights

Each User has the right to access, modify, rectify, delete, or transfer Data concerning him.
Each User also has the right to object, on legitimate grounds to his Data being processed by the firm.
These rights may be exercised by sending a letter to: Chatain & Associés – Service informatique – 2 avenue Hoche – 75008 Paris or an email to

8. Modification of the Confidentiality Policy

The Firm reserves the right to modify this Confidentiality Policy at any time.
In the event of modification or update, the revised Confidentiality Policy will be posted on the website with the date of the last update.
Users should therefore regularly check the website in order to be kept abreast of any changes or updates to the Firm’s Confidentiality Policy.

9. Applicable Law and Jurisdiction

French law governs this Confidentiality Policy and any dispute concerning it falls under the sole jurisdiction of the Paris courts.