French law firm, Avocats, Toulouse Bar
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Ligne directe entrepreneurs: +33 6 24 97 48 26

Dedicated help line for English speakers: +33 6 74 16 11 12



Toulouse Bar

English speaking staff to contact: Prune CALONNE

Address : 61 rue Pierre Cazeneuve (1st Floor), 31200 Toulouse (France)

Tel: +33

For non French speakers, dedicated helpline: +


Offices registered under RCS Toulouse 790 802 540

Membre d'un centre de gestion agrée, le règlement par chèque est accepté (payment by check accepted)

SATNAV/GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 43.618759

Longitude/ 1.445352

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  61 rue Pierre Cazeneuve

Sebastien GIORDANO, English-speaking chartered accountant and partner of AUGEFI – French Business Advice, will assist you with your company in France. His team’s goal is to help you in the process of creating your business, as well as running your company in France, in English.

AUGEFI can provide you insights in :

  • Accountancy : Bookkeeping, Financial statement, income report, break-even point, etc …
  • Social & Human Resources : social security, social statement, payroll, pay slips, employment contracts
  • Taxation : intra-community VAT number, tax statement, corporate and personal income tax
  • Wealth Management : Products with no incentive as a firm independant from banks and insurance
You can get more information and contact tem on their website :


At CALONNE & ADOUE DUGAST, you don’t need to wonder if the advice given are protecting your best interests.

It is our policy to put our clients first and in the long run we believe that our clients will be more inclined to come back for further assistance.



We as lawyers have a duty to advise our clients to the best of our abilities and therefore we have to disclose positive as well as negative aspects of the client’s legal situation.

Clients shall not be offended to hear the whole truth.

Clients also need to know that a lawyer is not a ghost-writer.

It might come as a surprise but it is fairly common to get clients telling lawyers what he or she needs to write and thinking that the lawyer is not protecting his or her interests by refusing to do as told. On the contrary. The lawyer knows better that anyone what needs to be done to get what the client wants!

The lawyer is the only one to determine how to proceed and judge the appropriateness of the wording used in any legal deed drafted by the firm.



As professionals, we have a duty to advise our clients to the best of our abilities.

At CAD, we advise you to protect your interests but we are also as proactive as the French system allow us to be, we use our local network of English and non-English speaking professionals we have built from scratch to assist you in all aspects of your case…

However, the firm shall not tolerate any of the following:

-         Lack of respect,

-         lack of trust,

-         lack of decision-making,

-         questioning in relation to the lawyer’s private life,

-         demands in terms of what needs be written in legal deeds,

-         discredit of any legal task undertaken

At CAD, we understand that being involved in a lawsuit, having legal problems means to be under a lot of stress which may be even more overwhelming if you are foreign.

Having lived, studied and worked abroad and for expats for the past 14 years we understand that settling down abroad, starting afresh, getting used to a new country or simply dealing with everyday life is not easy.

Just remember that we are here to help so let us!

In case any of the above occurs, a warning shall be notified to the client.

Any further problem would resolve in the firm stopping any ongoing legal service.

You would therefore need to seek new representation!




                                    GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION

In compliance with the GDPR applicable from the 25th of May 2018, applicable to all solicitors’ firms, a data protection policy has been put in place to reinforce the trust and security that we owe our clients.


1/ Gathered personal data

The firm only collects data and handles data that is mandatory to achieve legal services detailed on the letter of engagement signed by the client.


2/ Reason to collect personal data

The data process in place in the firm is explicit and necessary to achieve the legal services requested by the client.


3/ User information

According to provision 13 of the GDPR, the firm informs you of the personal data process in place.

Upon receipt of a written request by the client who signed the letter of engagement, within the legal timeframe set, at the following email address; the firm shall inform the client of the following:

ID and contact details of the person within the firm in charge of the data process.

Reasons for the data to be used and any legal grounds applicable.

Recipient(s) of the personal data,

If applicable the countries or organisation that personal data shall be sent to.

Length of time the data shall be kept,

Legal reason for getting personal data.

The existence of a right to access personal data by the client who signed the letter of engagement, the right to modify the data,

The right for the client to withdraw his/her consent, at any given time, without putting in jeopardy the lawfulness of the personal data process based on the client’s consent BEFORE the withdrawal.


The right to make a claim to the rightful control authority.


4/ Personal data, security and recipients


The firm does not transfer any personal data to any undetermined or unauthorised recipient.

The firm secures personal data that it possesses at all time by using digital and non-digital security measures.


5/Duration personal data is kept

The firm keeps all personal data for the absolute necessary amount of time to execution its legal services, ie 6 years from the end of its mission.

At the end of this time, the paper and digital file is destroyed.


6/ Your rights

In compliance with the European regulations, you possess:

-       The right to access, modify, erase and limit personal data.

-       A portable right.


7/ Information in regards to the firm’s website

For your information, the firm’s website states the following:


The legal mentions in regards to the law n°2004-575 from the 21st June

2004 in regards to the trust in digital economy,


 The legal mentions of article 13 and 14 of the GDPR,


Its potential use of cookies.


8/ Contacts

For any information request in regards to the GDPR policy put in place by the firm, you can contact the firm, SCP CALONNE & ADOUE DUGAST and most specifically contact Maitre CALONNE, or Maitre ADOUE DUGAST, legal representatives of the firm, 61 rue Pierre Cazeneuve, 31200 Toulouse or email us on


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