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Our website (including our mobile site) use cookies to store information.  


Small files consisting of text that are stored on your computer/laptop or mobile device when you visit our site 

This site uses two types of cookies:


  • Session cookies which allow you to navigate between pages within our website - this also allows for information you have entered on our website to be remembered - session cookies are deleted once you leave our site

  • Persistent cookies is a feature that allows our website to remember your selections and preferences while you browsed our site - persistent cookies expire after a certain period 


Cookies are used to analyse the way our site is used by you - to develop the navigational and function of our site - if you disable cookies you may not be able to access some area of the site 

By using our website you consent to us using the information gathered from the use of cookies as described above.  The identity of website user is not made known to us.




Your personal data and processing 

Personal data submitted on our website will be used only for purposes related to that area of the website, such as submitting contact details for us to assist you with your legal matter via email or contact page.  We will use your personal details in strict accordance with your request.  We have no subscription service. 



Third Parties - Disclosure


We will not disclose your personal information/claim details to any third party without your approval. unless there is a legal requirement to so do such as a Court Order or Sale of the Business.


Accessing and updating your information

You have the right to access information we hold about you. Please email our Data Protection Officer at vo@christianlavergne,com if you wish to make an access request, if you would like to update or amend the information we hold about you or if you have any other queries about this policy.


How long will we keep your information


Your information will be held for as long as it is necessary and reasonable to do so.  For clients your personal information will be kept in line with our statutory obligations.  At the conclusion of your case, we will retain the file for 6 years as is required by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.  After this period your file will be destroyed and also any information we hold on you electronically.




We use a secure link for the transmission of information.  We also have intrusion detection system in place provided by our website provider.  We can not ensure the security of information passed over the internet and it is at your own risk to use this medium.  


For complaints regarding our privacy policy please send an email to  If we are unable to resolve your complaint contact the Infomation Commissioner's Office (ICO), the website is or telephone 0303 123 1113.



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