Personal data policy

Jeantet places special importance on respecting your privacy and protecting your personal data. The paragraphs below lay out the “Policy on the Personal Data” collected by Jeantet.

The term, “Personal Data” means any information regarding an identified or identifiable natural person.


Your Personal Data is collected by the law firm of Jeantet AARPI, whose contact information is as follows:

  • Mailing address: 11, rue Galilée – 75116 Paris;
  • Telephone number: +33 (0)1 45 05 80 08;

If you have questions regarding the use of your Personal Data or our Personal Data Policy, you may contact our “Data Protection Officer“:

–      By writing to the following address: Data Protection Officer, Jeantet AARPI,  11, rue Galilée – 75116 Paris;

–      E-mail:


Jeantet may collect the following data about you:

  • Personal identifiers: including your family name, first name, title, address, birthdate, postal code, the city you live in, your e-mail address, company, position, and your telephone number;
  • Information regarding the processing of emails and communications sent to you, such as the date and time emails are received, the date and time they are opened, information regarding your interactions with the content sent.

Based on your interactions with Jeantet, the collection of certain data may be mandatory, while other data is optional. When collection is mandatory, Jeantet will let you know at the time of collection.

If you do not provide the Personal Data requested, we will not be able to supply you with all of the products or services offered by Jeantet.


Jeantet collects your personal data based on your consenting to a contractual relationship between you and Jeantet, and/or to pursue its legitimate interests in improving its service, customer relations, and for sales canvassing.

In this context, Jeantet collects and uses your data for several purposes:

  • Communicating with you by e-mail or post as part of the missions you entrust to us;
  • Sending you information and news about Jeantet;
  • Sending you customer alerts, legal monitoring alerts, information about training, invitations connected to legal or business news, satisfaction surveys;
  • Managing your application for a job, collaboration, or internship offer;
  • Managing the Jeantet Alumni database, which brings together former Jeantet employees and partners;
  • Fulfilling legal or administrative obligations imposed by law.

If your personal data is processed for different purposes, Jeantet will inform you of this and, when the law requires, obtain your consent beforehand. 


Interactions with Jeantet and the website

When processing a file sent to Jeantet, applying for a job posted on the website,, signing up for alerts/newsletters, or taking part in Jeantet Alumni, Jeantet collects data concerning you. This may include your family name, first name, title, address, birthdate, postal code, the city you live in, your e-mail address, and your telephone number;

Client alerts/newsletters

The various communications you may receive from Jeantet by e-mail are tracked. This tracking enables us to know if you have received, opened, and possibly interacted with the content sent. If you do not want to send information via Jeantet’s e-mails, you have the option of unsubscribing by changing your email alert preferences.

Social networks

Jeantet has a presence on Twitter, LinkedIn, and other social networks. By clicking on buttons, you can follow @jeantet on Twitter and “like” messages posted by Jeantet on LinkedIn. The information suggested by these actions may possibly be used by the social network concerned. Therefore, you should read their confidentiality policy in order to find out any possible consequences in detail.

Jeantet Alumni

Former Jeantet employees or partners may also sign up for Jeantet Alumni, the group bringing together the firm’s “alumni”. The information collected when signing up for Jeantet Alumni may include your family name, first name, email address, profile picture, the city you live in, and your birthdate.


We do not transfer any of your personal data outside the European Union.


Personal Data is retained for a period not to exceed the period necessary to the purposes for which they were collected and processed.


In accordance with Regulation (EU) No. 2016/679 of 27 April 2016, you have the right to view and access your personal data, correct it, and have it deleted. You also have the right to limit and/or oppose the processing of your personal data. You have, among others, the right to portability of your data.

You also have the right, at any time, to withdraw your consent to the processing and use of data in the future.

For any questions on this subject or to exercise your aforementioned rights, please contact our DPO:

You have the right to lodge a complaint with a data protection authority. In France, the data protection authority is the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (mailing address: 3 Place de Fontenoy – TSA 80715 -75334 Paris Cedex 07; telephone: 01 53 73 22 22); website:


Jeantet certifies that it does not transmit your data to third parties unless required to do so by law or regulations, or if we have your express authorisation to do so. Any distribution or sale of your Personal Data is excluded.


Browsing on the website may involve the use of “Cookies” if you continue browsing without changing your browser settings. Cookies consist of a small quantity of data installed by your browser on your hard drive. Once recognised, they help us to get information about the characteristics of your visit to our site (browser type, etc.).

Jeantet does not use cookies to collect personal information. Most browsers let you disable cookies or receive a warning before a cookie is stored on your hard drive. Please refer to the instructions for your browser or the help screen to find out more on what to do. You can also consult

Jeantet uses two types of Cookies:

– Session or preferences Cookies: these Cookies are essential to browsing and to the proper functioning of the site.

– Audience statistics Cookies: these Cookies help to track your browsing on the site for statistical purposes and to enable Jeantet to better understand its audience in order to improve its service.

If you refuse the use of some cookies, we remind you that in this case, you may not be able to take full advantage of a significant portion of the features of the website.


Jeantet takes all useful precautions, and the appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect the security of your Personal Data and prevent it from being distorted, damaged, or accessed by unauthorised third parties.


This Confidentiality Policy is subject to French law. In the event of a dispute and if an amicable agreement cannot be reached, the courts in the jurisdiction of the Court of Appeal of Paris will be considered competent, notwithstanding multiple defendants or the introduction of third parties.