Legal notice and Conditions of use of the website

Copyright and editorial responsibility
The Site is owned and published by ROBERT JULIAT SAS, a French simplified joint stock company with a capital of 1,012,752.00 Euros, registered in the Trade and Companies Register of Compiègne under No. 780,000,066, whose registered office is located at 32 rue de Beaumont, 60530 Fresnoy-en-Thelle - France.
The person responsible for the publication of the Site is François Juliat, Managing Director.
Phone: +33 (0)3 44 26 51 89

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Rue Eugène Marziano 25 - 1227 Geneva - Switzerland
Phone: +41 22 820 35 40

Terms of use
The user consulting the Site fully accepts the general terms of its use. ROBERT JULIAT makes all reasonable efforts to provide accurate and up-to-date information on this Site, but cannot guarantee that this Site is exempt from any errors. ROBERT JULIAT cannot be held responsible for any interruption of access to the Site due to technical problems, or in the event that the user points from the Site, via hypertext links, to external sources, the accuracy of which may be questioned, and the consequences for the user. These terms of use may be changed at any time.

Intellectual property
The presentation and content of the Site are protected by the laws in force on intellectual property. They are the exclusive property of ROBERT JULIAT, or of any third party with whom the latter has concluded agreements allowing their publication.
Any reproduction, representation or publication of all or part of the information contained in this Site (texts, photographs, graphics, logos, video data, animations, etc.), on any medium or by any means whatsoever, without the express prior authorisation of ROBERT JULIAT, is prohibited and constitutes an infringement liable to result in the civil and/or criminal liability of its author.

Professional equality men/women index for 2024
Under French law, some companies have the obligation to publish the result of their “professional equality index” with scores out of 100 reflecting several criteria.
Overall score : cannot be calculated
Score 1 - Salary gap: cannot be calculated
Score 2 - Differences in individual wage increases : 35/35
Score 3 - Percentage of employees receiving a raise after returning from maternity leave: cannot be calculated
Score 4 - Number of employees of the under-represented gender within the 10 highest earners: 0/10

Applicable law and jurisdiction
Any dispute in connection with all or part of the provisions of this Site shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the French courts in application of French law.