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Cookie policy

  1. Cookies


A cookie is a text file that may be stored in a dedicated space on the hard disk of the User's computer when he/she consults an online service via his/her browser.


In practice, cookies are used to operate websites and improve their usability.


A cookie is sent by a website server to the User's browser. Each cookie is assigned an anonymous identifier. A cookie cannot be traced back to an individual.


When consulting the Site, Users are informed that cookies or other means of recording browsing data are used by the Site or by third parties, service providers for the Site and deposited on the User's terminal (computer, mobile or tablet).


In accordance with the recommendations of the CNIL (French Data Protection Authority), the User will be expressly asked to accept the Site's cookies when connecting to the Site for the first time. As long as you have not expressly consented to the deposit of these functional cookies on your website, these cookies will not be deposited on your terminal. By choosing to block functional cookies, you run the risk of having your browsing on the Site altered.


  • Purpose of cookies


The cookies used by DHENNE Avocats or its partners make it possible to identify Users, to recognize their browser when they connect to the Site, to record their access frequencies (traffic measurement) and the display preferences of the User's terminal, to adapt and/or personalize the presentation of the Site to improve the User's experience and to optimize the Site with the sole aim of providing the services requested by the User.


In addition, the cookies used on the Site are based on the International Chamber of Commerce's guide by categories:

  • strictly necessary cookies ;
  • performance cookies ;
  • functionality cookies; and
  • advertising targeting cookies.


  • Strictly necessary cookies


Strictly necessary cookies enable the User to browse the Site.


These cookies do not collect any information concerning the User that could be used for marketing purposes.


DHENNE Avocats uses these cookies to:

  • ensure the functioning of the Site.
  • secure the forms and protect them against malicious scripts.


DHENNE Avocats does not use these cookies to:

  • collect information that could be used to promote products or services to Users; or
  • remember User preferences or names after a visit.


  • Performance cookies


DHENNE Avocats does not use any performance cookies.


  • Functionality cookies


DHENNE Avocats does not use any functionality cookies.


  • Advertising targeting cookies


DHENNE Avocats does not use any advertising cookies.


  • Cookie retention period


In accordance with the recommendations of the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL), the maximum storage period for cookies is thirteen (13) months following their first deposit in the User's terminal, as is the period of validity of the User's consent to the use of these cookies. The lifetime of cookies is not extended with each visit. The User's consent must therefore be renewed at the end of this period.


  • The User's right to refuse cookies


When browsing the Site for the first time, a banner explaining the use of cookies appears. It enables the User to activate or deactivate certain cookies. This banner will only disappear once the User has accepted, or not, the use of cookies in order to continue browsing.


Registration of a cookie is subject to the User's consent. In accordance with legislative and regulatory provisions, DHENNE Avocats obtains prior consent for the deposit of cookies.


Users also have the possibility of configuring their browsing software in such a way as to oppose, totally or partially (notably depending on the issuer), the recording of cookies. The configuration also offers the possibility of accepting or refusing cookies on a one-off basis, before they are stored on the User's terminal.


Users who wish to prevent cookies from being saved can follow the procedure specific to each browser, described in the browser's help menu.


However, in the event of opposition to the recording of cookies or the uninstallation of a cookie, Users are informed that certain services may no longer function correctly.


  1. Modification of the privacy policy


DHENNE Avocats reserves the right to modify and update the present privacy policy at any time, in particular in order to take into account any legal and/or jurisprudential developments and to meet the requirements of the regulations applicable to the protection of personal data.


The prevailing version is the one accessible online on the day the Site is consulted.


Any consultation of the Site after publication of the modified confidentiality policy implies unreserved acceptance by the latter of the new confidentiality policy.


In the event of substantial modification of the Privacy Policy, DHENNE Avocats undertakes to inform the persons concerned.


  1. Contacts


For any information request or to find out more about the processing of their personal data, including the exercise of their rights as indicated above, the User may contact DHENNE Avocats via the rights exercise form, by e-mail or by post at the following address:


  • Postal mail : DHENNE AVOCATS - 7 rue Commines, 75003 Paris
  • Mail : contact @


For any complaint or dissatisfaction regarding the use of their personal data by DHENNE Avocats the User may contact DHENNE Avocats via the rights exercise form, by email or post at the following address:


  • Postal mail : DHENNE AVOCATS - 7 rue Commines, 75003 Paris
  • Mail : contact @



When the User contacts DHENNE Avocats, he/she will be asked to identify him/herself.



Version updated on March 25, 2024