1. Site publication
In accordance with the provisions laid down in Article 6 of Law No. 2004-575 dated 21 June 2004 regarding confidence in the digital economy, the publisher of the hmn-partners.com site is:
HMN & Partners, SCP with a capital of €10,300, registered with the Registre du Commerce et des Sociétés de Paris, reference 490348257, with its registered office at 7 place d’Iéna 75116 Paris.
Telephone number: +33 (0) 1 53 57 50 50
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Intercommunity VAT No.: FR13490348257
2. Site publisher
The site publisher is Maître Simon NDIAYE, in his capacity of company manager.
The service provider responsible for direct and permanent data storage is OVH, a company having its registered office at 2 rue Kellermann, 59100 Roubaix, France – Telephone 1007 or 09 74 53 13 23.
 All this information is obligatory (Law No. 2004-575 dated 21 June 2004, Art. 6)
4. Protection of personal data
HMN & Partners is responsible for processing personal data relating to users of its site.
Users’ personal data is collected in order to manage their requests.
For more information, users are invited to consult our Policy on the Protection of Personal Data.
Users are informed that, during their visit to this site, cookies may be automatically placed on their browser software. For more information, users are invited to consult our Policy on Cookies.
6. Intellectual property
The content, general structure, software, texts, animated or fixed images, photographs, skills and all other elements that make up the site are the exclusive property of HMN & Partners.
Any representation, in whole or in part, of this platform by any person whosoever, without express permission from HMN & Partners is forbidden and will be considered to be a fraudulent act punishable under the French Intellectual Property Code.
Similarly, databases that may appear on the web site, as the case may be, are protected by the French Intellectual Property Code.
The distinctive features of HMN & Partners, trademarks, domain names, denominations and logos that appear on the web site of HMN & Partners and on those of its colleagues are protected by the French Intellectual Property Code.
Any representation, in whole or in part, of these distinctive features based on elements appearing on the Firm’s web site without express permission from the Firm is therefore prohibited, as laid down in the French Intellectual Property Code.
7. Hyperlinks and liabilities
Hypertext links posted on the site in order to direct users to other resources on the Internet, and in particular to the Firm’s colleagues, are subject to prior and express written permission.
HMN & Partners cannot be held responsible for users’ access via hypertext links on its web site to other resources on the Internet.
HMN & Partners declines all responsibility for the content of the information provided on these resources present on the network as part of the activation of hypertext links. HMN & Partners nevertheless ensures that the site does not include hypertext links allowing direct or indirect access to sites or pages of sites whose content would be contrary to the essential principles of the legal profession. HMN & Partners reserves the right to remove the proposed links to a third party site if the latter becomes contrary to the essential principles of the legal profession, in accordance with the internal regulations of the latter.
Users cannot place a hypertext link to the Firm’s site without express and prior permission from HMN & Partners.
Under no circumstances can such permission be deemed to constitute an implicit contract of affiliation.
In any event, hypertext links to the site must be removed on receipt of an initial request from HMN & Partners.
8. Photographic credits
Photographs used on this site are subject to reserved rights. They cannot be used or copied without written permission from HMN Partners.
9. Governing law
This site is governed by French law.
HMN & Partners reserves the right to modify the content of these legal disclaimers at any time and without prior notice. Users are invited to consult them regularly.
Date of the latest modifications: 12/10/2020