Who processes your personal data?

Arnaud Blanc, a lawyer registered with the Bar of Montpellier, is responsible for the processing of the personal data you provide to him.

What is your personal data collected for?

When you use the contact form or contact Arnaud Blanc by telephone or email, you are transmitting personal data to him.

This data is necessary to respond to your requests and is collected on the basis of pre-contractual measures.
Your contact data may also be used to keep you informed of events/services (e.g. training), published articles or other info/newsletter alerts. This is done on the basis of the legitimate interest in promoting the activity and information of its customers and prospects.

If you decide to make use of the services provided by Arnaud Blanc (including training and other webinars), your data will also be used in order to provide you with the agreed service as well as for accounting and invoicing purposes or to meet legal obligations. The legal basis for this processing is the performance of a contract and, where applicable, a legal obligation.

Who has access to your data?

In order to provide its services, Arnaud Blanc uses IT service providers to host and edit the website and to provide other services such as sending newsletters, webinars etc. or providing the email box.

It may also be required to transmit your data to third parties when this is necessary for the purposes set out above, in particular for the provision of the service or the service requested (e.g. bailiffs, courts/registries, authorities, police services, other lawyers/adversaries, experts and other service providers).

These same third parties may provide data about you in the context of the service (e.g. response from an opposing party etc.).

How long is your data kept?

The data is kept for the time necessary for the purposes for which it is collected and, where necessary, archived for the duration of the legal prescription.

Your rights

To the extent permitted by law, you have the right to access, object (in particular to the sending of prospecting emails), correct and delete your data. You may also request that the data provided be passed on to you or a third party, and you may request that the processing be limited and that your data be disposed of after your death.
As indicated, these rights are not absolute and depending on the nature of the processing and the circumstances, some of these rights may not apply.


To exercise your rights or if you have any questions concerning the processing of your data, you can contact Arnaud Blanc at the following email address:

If you are not satisfied with the answers given to your request you can also file a complaint with the CNIL or the data protection authority of the EEA country in which you live (if you live in the EEA)