We cover all areas of specialization in business law applicable in mainland France in the organizations to which we offer services. These basic standards are nearly 50 codes of law containing more than 100,000 articles: social action and families, craft industry, insurance, civil aviation, cinemas and animated images, civil, commerce, consumption, construction and housing, defense, disciplinary and penal of the merchant marine, public fluvial domain and inland navigation, customs, education, electoral, energy, entry / stay foreigners and asylum, environment, forestry (new), general tax and its 4 annexes, monetary instruments and medals, book of fiscal procedures, mining, mining (new), monetary and financial, heritage, criminal, seaports , postal and electronic communications, intellectual property, research, road, rural (old), rural and sea fishing, public health, internal security, security social, sport, tourism, work, transport, town planning, roads.
Other sources of French law have jurisdiction over codes of law such as judgments of the court of cassation, ministerial, prefectural and municipal decrees, simple laws (not codified), decrees and circulars as well as regulations issued by the authorities. administrative.
European regulations are sources of law applicable in France.
European directives must be transposed into French law and often have a deadline. The judgments of the Court of Justice of the European Union supplement the sources of European Union law.
International treaties ratified by France, such as those of the International Labor Organization, contain obligations that are imposed on establishments in France. Taxation, management, legal
We obtain the regulatory texts on websites giving access to the law. Legifrance, for example, provides access to laws and regulations. The website of the Court of Cassation gives access to French jurisprudence.
As European legislation also applies to French companies and institutions, eurlex and CURIA's regulatory texts are part of our sources.
Yes, to the extent that we consider the recurrences of corporate penalties, thereby influencing the real risk of non-compliance.
Yes. Crawlers are by nature software that identifies regulatory updates.
The subscription to the information services used by lawyers will give us a benchmark to evaluate the performance of crawlers.