Privacy policy

Personal data collected and processed by Cabinet Byström Avocat will not be transferred or rented to third parties, either free of charge or for a fee.

Data relating to Sara Byström which is made available on may not be collected or processed without prior written consent. It is strictly forbidden to collect and use, whether in manual or automated way, these personal data to send advertising messages or of any other nature not related to the activities of Cabinet Byström Avocat and French Attorney Counsel Sara Byström.

Responsible for processing personal data and Data Protection Officer (DPO):

Maître Sara Byström, Member of the Paris Bar


Purpose of data processing: :

Personal data, i.e. information enabling a person to be identified (surname, first name, contact details, etc.), is collected in order to be able to communicate with the persons concerned, to send out communications about the activities of Byström Avocat and French Attorney Counsel Sara Byström (greetings cards, newsletter and other news, etc.), and to fill in the form enabling personal information to be collected in order to create a client file.

Personal data will never be used for any purpose other than management, accounting, communication with you and statistical monitoring of our activity.

The IP addresses of persons contacting the law firm via its website are kept by the law firm for the sole purpose of examining any malfunctions of the Site, ensuring the security of the Site and/or the servers on which it is hosted as well as making anonymized statistical calculations.

Examples of data collection:

When you complete the contact form, when you request an appointment or when you consent to a paid consultation or appointment, you agree to communicate the information that enables us to follow up your request.

Data retention period:

The data is kept for as long as is necessary for the purposes for which it is collected and processed.

Individual rights:

In accordance with articles 39 et seq. of French law no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978, amended by law no. 2004-801 of August 6, 2004, you may access, rectify, or request the deletion of your personal data, or exercise your right to limit the processing of your data. In other words, you may at any time withdraw your consent to the processing of your data, restrict it or object to it being processed.

For all requests for information, notification of rectification, deletion, limitation, or opposition, please contact us on the following e-mail address:

You are also informed that you can lodge a complaint with the CNIL if you feel that your rights regarding your personal data have not been respected. You can find more information here:

→ For more information on the provisions protecting personal data, you can consult the CNIL website, in particular via the following link:  The right to be informed about the use of your data