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Terms and Conditions for the Use of www.cmlaw.lu
The use of www.cmlaw.lu (the « Site ») is subject to the below terms and conditions. If you cannot accept these terms and conditions, you are requested to leave the Site without using it any further.
The contents of this Site are made available to the public for informational purposes. CM Law endeavours to keep the contents updated, but we cannot guarantee that the contents are complete, correct or in accordance with current legislation.
The contents of this Site are not intended as and cannot replace legal advice.
This Site contains links to third-party Internet sites over which CM Law has no control. CM Law will take all reasonable measures to protect the Site against computer viruses, worms, Trojan horses or other threats. CM Law does not, however, warrant that this Site is free from such harmful programs and disclaims any responsibility for or liability related to loss due to harmful programs received from the Site or by means of files downloaded from the Site.
Neither framing nor deep linking is allowed from this Site. You are permitted to link to the front page of the Site in a loyal and non-competitive manner.
Intellectual Property Rights
This Site contains copyrighted material and other material protected by other intellectual property rights. You are only permitted to use this Site in accordance with the rights provided by Luxembourg legislation. Any other use is subject to the prior written approval of CM Law.
Processing of Personal Data
We collect information about you when you sign up for an event, a workshop, networks etc. on our website, use the contact form, submit an application by using our website or subscribe to one of our newsletters. We collect your personal information such as your name, address, title, email address, telephone number, preferences, work place etc. Your email address is only used to distribute newsletters and is treated confidentiality. You can subscribe to and unsubscribe the newsletters on the website.
All recorded data will be processed confidentially and will not be transmitted to countries outside the EU/EEA. The data will be processed by an external data processor responsible for the hosting of the Site.
For further information about the data that CM Law has stored about you, please contact CM Law. In that connection, you may free of charge request that incorrect data about you be corrected or that CM Law ceases to process data about you.
Governing Law and Jurisdiction
The use of this Site is governed by Luxembourg law, and any disputes relating to or arising from the use of this Site must be decided by the courts of Luxembourg city.