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Privacy Policy

As part of its activities, Blanche Avocats (“we”) collects and processes the personal data of its clients and partners (“you”).

Thus, this policy relating to the protection of personal data aims to set out the terms and conditions of the processing of your personal data.



Blanche Avocats is responsible for processing the personal data it collects and processes.

Blanche Avocats is an AARPI (Association of Lawyers with Individual Professional Responsibility) located at 43 rue Blanche, 75009 Paris (SIREN 923 067 896).

Toque: C0909

Contact email:



We are likely to collect and process your personal data as part of the implementation of our services, when you contact us or request information. This personal data is mainly:

  • Contact details (surname, first name, email address, profession, etc.),
    Financial information, including for payment purposes,
    Sensitive data such as data relating to the state of health or criminal convictions,

And more generally any personal data transmitted to us as part of the implementation of our services.

We make our best efforts to maintain accurate and complete personal data. To ensure that we have up-to-date information, you can inform us of any change in your contact details or any other data, by contacting us at the abovementioned contact details.



We process the data necessary to pursue the following purposes:

  1. For the management of the daily customer relationship and the implementation of our services: in particular management of customer files (customer contacts, case study, assistance, defense of rights and advice, negotiations, etc.), invoicing, management of customer accounts, arrears and litigation. The processing of this data is necessary for the implementation of our services.
  2. For the execution of our missions, we are required to process sensitive data and data relating to criminal convictions and offenses for the purposes of assistance, advice and representation of the client. This processing is necessary for the defense of the rights of our customers and for the strict needs of the exercise of the missions entrusted to us.
  3. To meet our legal and regulatory obligations and to manage requests to exercise rights relating to the processing of personal data.



Your personal data may be transmitted, to the extent that is necessary and subject to your prior information, to third parties intervening for the purposes of the missions entrusted to us (local correspondents, experts, translators, etc.).



We implement appropriate organizational, technical and software physical and IT security measures to protect personal data against loss, unauthorized access, disclosure or alteration.

In accordance with best security practices, the website operates under the HTTPS protocol.



The personal data processed is kept for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purpose for which the data is collected. The data necessary for the performance of the services are kept during the contractual relationship between the firm and the client and then for five years at the end of this relationship.

Invoices and other accounting documents are kept for 10 years.



You are informed that you have, under the conditions of the law, a right of access, rectification, erasure and portability of their personal data, as well as a right of limitation and opposition to processing. of this data.

You also have the right to organize the fate of your personal data in the event of death, as well as the right to lodge a complaint with the CNIL, whose website is accessible at the following address https://www. and whose head office is located at 3 Place de Fontenoy, 75007 Paris.

You can exercise your rights, free of charge, by contacting us using the contact details above.