Direct Marketing And Customer Relations: Practical Takeaways From Accor’s Gdpr Fine

The CNIL’s recent decision to impose a 600,000-euro fine on hotel group Accor provides a number of useful insights on what the French data protection watchdog considers acceptable when processing prospect and customer data. Accor SA, which runs various well-known hotel franchises, was sanctioned for GDPR breaches linked to its email marketing practices in France […]

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Consultation On The Draft Contract Law Reform

The Directorate of Civil Affairs and the Seal is launching a public consultation on the draft reform of the law on special contracts. Legal professionals, economic actors and academics, you have until November 18, 2022 to make your contribution. Common contract law was thoroughly modernized by the ordinance of February 10, 2016 reforming contract law, […]

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France – Electronic invoicing – Terms and conditions

Reminder of the reform timetable  The objective of the reform is to dematerialise invoices so that they contain structured data. The compulsory issue of invoices in electronic format (e-invoicing) and the obligation to transmit information and payment data (e-reporting) will be introduced gradually, depending on the size of the companies: from 1 July 2024 for […]

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5 things foreign employers should know about the French inbound expatriate regime

The inbound expatriates tax regime as provided for by Article 155 B of the French tax Code is one of the most efficient tax exemption mechanisms currently in force under French tax law. Beneficiaries of such regime who transfer their tax residence to France are allowed to reduce their taxable professional income up to 50% […]

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International Mapping Of Criminal Liability Of Executive Officers And Legal Entities

May 2022 A survey conducted by the lawyers of BARO ALTO law firm and members of the IR Global network. Our approach Baro Alto law firm carried out a survey –in partnership with the French think tank institution Institut pour l’Innovation Economique et Sociale (2IES) and Professor Pascal Beauvais, lecturer at the University of Paris […]

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Use Of Google Analytics “Illegal” On French Websites Without Proxy Servers

After issuing official warnings to various website operators, the CNIL has confirmed that the use of Google Analytics in its standard version should now be considered “illegal”. In a question-and-answer section on its website, the French data protection regulator states that none of the extra safeguards presented to it satisfies GDPR standards. The sole option it proposes […]

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How The War In Ukraine Is Affecting The International Litigation & Contracts

The news shows us the daily life of companies since the beginning of the conflict. We are talking about an increase in the prices of supplies, the shortage of raw materials preventing the performance of contracts, advance repayment due to the termination of contracts, exchange rate risks, ban on the sale of products to embargoed […]

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BG2V, advises Quietalis in its acquisition of Fracim

The Quietalis group, owned by Pléiade Investissement, specializes in the installation andmaintenance of professional kitchen equipment for out-of-home catering.BG2V advised him on its acquisition of the company Fracim, based in the regionParisian, with its founding partners.The BG2V firm is thus supporting the Quietalis group for the third time in itsexternal growth, after advising him on […]

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CBM Audit & Conseil is a member of the IR Global

We are members of the IR Global because it helps us, and in turn our clients, to benefit in several ways, from enhanced training and resources to strict quality standards, opportunities to collaborate and much more. So who are the IR Global and how does this benefit clients? The IR Global is a group of […]

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