MENTIONS LÉGALES

I. SELAS Foucaud Tchekhoff Pochet et Associés (FTPA)

1 bis, avenue Foch
75116 Paris – France
T +33 1 45 00 86 20
F +33 1 44 17 41 65
info@ftpa.fr

Cabinet d’avocats exerçant sous la forme d’une société d’exercice libéral par actions simplifiée au capital social de 996 765 euros, immatriculée au Registre du Commerce et des Sociétés sous le numéro unique d’identification 323 005 488 RCS Paris.

Directeur de la publication
Philippe POCHET

Webmaster
Laurent Darré – FTPA

Création et webdesign
Eliott & Markus
10, rue Myrha – 75018 Paris
T +33 1 53 41 41 96
Email. contact@eliott-markus.com

Crédits photo
Sébastien Dolidon (portraits),
Pierre Elmerich (photos du cabinet),
Fabien Harrow (portraits)

Hébergement
OVH
2 rue kellermann 
BP 80157
59053 ROUBAIX Cedex 1
+33 (0)8 203 203 63
Email. support@ovh.com

Civil Liability

Our firm maintains professional liability insurance which, given the importance of the issues entrusted to us greatly goes beyond the guarantee scheme of common law put in place by the Bar of Paris.

Please find a copy of this certificate below.

Above that amount, the firm cannot be held responsible for any indirect or material damage such as losses or claims, damage to image etc…

Download a copy of this testimonial (PDF, 255 Ko)

 

II. FTPA (UK) LLP

Contact and other details

FTPA (UK) LLP
Octagon Point
5 Cheapside
London EC2V 6AA
Tel: +44 (0)20 38 23 23 00
VAT number: GB 256 0557 03
Firm SRA number: 635108

Regulation

In London we practice through a limited liability partnership known as FTPA (UK) LLP registered in England and Wales with number OC413543, whose principal place of business is at Octagon Point, 5 Cheapside, London EC2V 6AA. The limited liability partnership is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (the “SRA”). On this webpage, we use the word “partner” to refer to a member of FTPA (UK) LLP. The partners of FTPA (UK) LLP who are qualified to practice in England and Wales are Solicitors of the Senior Courts of England and Wales and members of the Law Society of England and Wales. FTPA (UK) LLP also includes partners from other jurisdictions who are registered with the SRA as European or foreign lawyers and who are also subject to regulation in their other jurisdiction of admission to the practice of law. Further information on our partners and their qualifications can be found in the Team section of this website. Information on the regulations of the SRA and the Solicitors’ Code of Conduct can be found at www.sra.org.uk.

Our terms and conditions

Advice is given and services are supplied by FTPA (UK) LLP on the basis of the firm’s terms and conditions of business, which are available to clients on request. By instructing FTPA (UK) LLP, all clients of the firm agree to the firm’s terms and conditions of business, subject to any amendments which the firm has expressly agreed.

No liability is accepted or responsibility assumed for advice given or services supplied to persons who are not clients of the firm, unless the firm expressly agrees otherwise.

Professional indemnity insurance

We maintain compulsory professional indemnity insurance with AmTrust Europe Ltd of 10th Floor Market Square House, Saint James Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 6FG under policy number LI1725976. This insurance covers all of our practice which is carried on from our office located in England and by fee earners when practising overseas and will extend to acts or omissions wherever in the world they occur.

Client complaints procedure

 If you have any complaint, including a complaint about your bill, you should raise it in the first instance with your relationship partner or the partner responsible for the relevant matter. If you are not satisfied with our response, you may be entitled to use the complaints service operated by the Legal Ombudsman, details of which can be found on its website at www.legalombudsman.org.uk.You should be aware that there are time limits within which any complaint must be made to the Legal Ombudsman, details of which can also be found on its website. If you do not wish to submit your complaint directly to us, as set out above, you may be able to submit your complaint via the European Commission’s ODR platform which can be accessed at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/.

 If your complaint relates to your bill, you may also be able to apply to court for an assessment of the bill under Part III of the Solicitors Act 1974. If you apply for an assessment, the Legal Ombudsman may not deal with your complaint.

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