By visiting this website, you agree without reserve to the following Legal Notice.
Identification and publication
The website www.brothier.com
is published by Laboratoires Brothier, a société par actions simplifiées (a French limited liability company), with share capital of €1,000,188, registered with the Nanterre Trades and Companies Registry (RCS) under number B 572 156 305, having its registered office at 41, rue de Neuillly – 92000 Nanterre, France. SIRET: 57215630500029. Telephone: +33 (0) 1 56 38 30 00. The director of publication for the website www.brothier.com
is Mr. Christian Girardière, in his capacity as president of Laboratoires Brothier SAS.
This website is hosted by OVH, 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France. Tel: +33 (0)9 72 10 10 07
The website www.brothier.com
(hereinafter the “Site”) is published by Laboratoires Brothier (hereinafter “BROTHIER”). The Site is intended for general public and for health professionals and seeks to provide information about BROTHIER’s activities, products, and services, including an area directed to healthcare professionals. As part of managing the Site, BROTHIER collects “personal data” pertaining to registered professionals and visitors (hereinafter the “Users”).
Article 1. Personal data protection policy
In accordance with the provisions of Act No. 2018-493 dated 20 June 2018 regarding data protection, and European Regulation No. 2016/679/EU dated 27 April 2016 (GPDR), Users are entitled to consult our Privacy charter
about personal data processing by BROTHIER.
Article 2. Intellectual property
Site’s graphic identity is the property of BROTHIER. All graphic elements, structure and, more generally, the contents of BROTHIER’s Site are protected by copyright and trademark, patent and image rights. They are wholly-owned by BROTHIER or its partners. Any distribution, modification, embedding, or reproduction of all or part of the Site content is prohibited without written approval from BROTHIER. The Site is intended for strictly personal use.
Article 3. Hypertext links
Any individual or legal entity that wishes to create a hypertext link pointing towards the Site must obtain prior express authorization from BROTHIER, to be requested by mail at the address indicated above.
Article 4. Liability
BROTHIER will make its best efforts to present precise and up-to-date information on the Site but makes no guarantee, whether expressed or implied, on this point; BROTHIER cannot be held liable for any error or omission whatsoever affecting the contents of the Site.
Under no circumstances may BROTHIER be held liable for any direct or indirect damage, regardless of the nature thereof resulting from the use of the Site or, to the contrary, the inability to access it.
BROTHIER declines any and all liability regarding access and contents of websites linked to the Site and websites to which new links may refer.
BROTHIER cannot be held liable for any problems accessing the Site or connection interruptions. BROTHIER reserves the right to suspend and/or cease publishing the Site unilaterally, without notice, and its liability may under no circumstances be sought in any way or for any reason whatsoever.
Generally speaking, BROTHIER declines any and all liability for any direct or indirect damages, regardless of the causes, origins, nature, or consequences thereof caused as a result of accessing the Site or using the information from the Site, and the User assumes full liability and all risks that may result therefrom.
Article 5. Modifications
BROTHIER reserves the right to modify and update the Legal Notice without notification. The use of the Site is subject to the Legal Notice in force as of the time of use.
Article 6. Entirety
Should any of the terms of this Legal Notice be invalid, namely due to a change in law or court decision, it shall under no circumstances affect the validity and compliance with the other terms of this Legal Notice.
Article 7. Applicable law
This Legal Notice is governed by French law. IN THE EVENT OF LITIGATION RELATING TO THE VALIDITY, PERFORMANCE, OR INTERPRETATION OF THIS CHARTER, COMPETENCE IS EXPRESSLY ATTRIBUTED TO THE COURTS OF PARIS, EVEN IN THE EVENT of joint or multiple defendant(s), for emergency or summary proceedings, for any ex parte motions, EXCEPT FOR CASES WHERE PUBLIC POLICY ATTRIBUTES EXCLUSIVE COMPETENCE TO A DIFFERENT JURISDICTION.
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