Please note that, in order to ensure the processing of the mandates entrusted to us, DGM Avocats may be required to process your personal data, in particular, those that you have transmitted directly or indirectly, such as your surname, first name, address, profession, phone number, etc. We will only process this data to the extent necessary to fulfill our mandate. These data will only be passed on to other entities, for example, public authorities, if this is appropriate given the interests we provide.

If the third party recipient was to be domiciled abroad, we would notify you of such transfer if the country in question would not benefit from an adequacy decision issued by the European Commission.

Your personal data will be kept for a period which will not exceed 10 years, unless you exercise your right to erase personal data, exceptions in this respect being reserved, or if a longer period of storage is allowed or imposed under a legal or contractual obligation.

You also have the right to access, rectify, port and erase your data or limit processing. You may also, for legitimate reasons, oppose the processing of data concerning you. You may, provided the production of a valid proof of identity, exercise your rights by contacting our Internal Data Protection Officer at