Data protection policy

DaringLaw is committed to ensuring the protection of your personal data in its capacity as data controller.

This data protection policy sets out the type of personal data we hold, how we collect it, how we process it, with whom we share it in the course of our business, how we secure it and how long we keep it.

Your data

In the course of our business, we collect and process the following personal data:

  • identity and contact details, including last name, first name, address, telephone number, date of birth, marital status, ID number, education and work experience, tax status, title and function;
  • bank details and other financial data necessary for settlement management and fraud prevention;
  • sensitive personal data: in the context of the management of your file, we may have to collect and use sensitive personal information about you (physical or mental health, criminal convictions, etc.) to defend your interests

Where we need to collect personal data, whether by law, to process a request from you or to fulfil a contract with you, and you do not provide this data, we may not be able to follow your instructions or fulfil the contract. We may therefore have to cancel our engagement or contract with you. In this case, we will inform you.

Collecting your data

We collect this personal data about you when:

  • You, or the legal entity for which you are acting, should seek legal advice from our firm;
  • You, or the legal entity you are acting for, propose to provide services to us;
  • You are in contact with a member of the firm by telephone, email or other electronic means, or in writing;
  • You apply via the email address ;
  • You attend our events or request to receive information from us, including training;
  • You send a question via the contact form.

The provision of personal data in the context of the website is voluntary. When the user provides personal data on the DaringLaw website, he/she guarantees that he/she has received the necessary authorisations and consents from the persons concerned by this personal data if it concerns persons other than him/her and, if applicable, for the uses described in this charter.

By voluntarily providing DaringLaw with sensitive personal data without being asked for it (e.g. by submitting a contact request via the Contact page), the user expressly consents to the use of his/her personal data as described in this policy.

Legal basis

The legal basis for the processing of personal data is:

  • L’exécution du contrat :
    • la production, la gestion, le suivi des dossiers des clients ;
    • le recouvrement.
  • le respect d’obligations légales et réglementaires :
    • la prévention du blanchiment et du financement du terrorisme et la lutte contre la corruption;
    • la facturation ;
    • la comptabilité.
  • L’intérêt légitime poursuivi par le cabinet :
    • prospection et animation ;
    • gestion de la relation avec ses clients et prospects ;
    • organisation, inscription et invitation aux événements du cabinet.

Recipients of the data

In the course of providing legal services, we may share your data, in addition to with the members of the firm involved in your case, with

  • courts and law enforcement authorities;
  • our partners: lawyers, solicitors, bailiffs, experts, mediators, arbitrators, consultants, translators;
  • banking institutions;
  • the service providers we use for the administration and management of the files: IT outsourcing company, secure online storage software publisher, business software publishers, our website host.

Safety of your personal data

We have appropriate security measures in place to prevent your personal data from being accidentally lost, unauthorised use or access, modification or disclosure. In accordance with our procedures, in the event of a suspected breach of your personal data, we will notify you where we are legally required to do so.

Transfer of your personal data

We do not transfer your personal data outside the European Union. However, we would like to inform you that in the event of the use of a third party solution with your consent in the context of the processing of your file (in particular an electronic signature solution), your personal data may be transferred outside the European Union.

Your rights

Pursuant to the regulations and under the conditions detailed therein, natural persons have the following rights:

  • Access to your data: you can request a copy of the personal data we hold about you.
  • Objection: in certain circumstances, you also have the right to object to the processing of your personal data and to ask us to block, erase and restrict your personal data.
  • Portability of your data: we are able to transmit your personal data to another controller in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format.
  • Rectification: at any time, we will receive rectification requests allowing you to correct inaccurate data about yourself or to complete data relevant to the purpose of the processing.
  • Erasure: You have the right to ask us to erase your personal data when it is not or is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was originally collected or processed.
  • You can determine what happens to your data after your death in relation to all your data.

You may, at any time, exercise any of the above rights by contacting our DPO and enclosing a copy of your identity document:

Right to withdraw consent

If you have given your consent to the collection, processing and transfer of your personal data, you have the right to withdraw your consent in whole or in part. To do so, please follow the unsubscribe link on any marketing email or invitation, or write directly to

Once we have received your request, we will no longer process your data for the purpose for which you originally consented. Withdrawal of consent to receive marketing communications will not affect the processing of personal data for the provision of our legal services.

How long your personal data is kept

We will retain your personal data only for as long as is necessary to fulfil the purposes for which it was collected, including to meet legal, accounting or reporting requirements and, if necessary, for DaringLaw to assert its rights or defend itself in legal proceedings, until the end of the statute of limitations or until the proceedings in question are closed.

In this respect, customer data is kept for the duration of the contractual relationship plus 5 years, the period of limitation for professional liability.

With regard to the prevention of money laundering and the financing of terrorism, the data is kept for 5 years after the end of the relationship with the firm. For accounting purposes, data is kept for 10 years from the end of the accounting year. Prospective clients' data is kept for a period of 3 years from the last registration for an event organised by the firm. At the end of the retention period, we will securely destroy your personal data in accordance with the applicable regulations.


For any further information on this charter and the provisions it contains, we invite you to contact the firm's DPO by sending an e-mail to or a letter to DaringLaw, DPO, 64 rue de Miromesnil, 75008 Paris.