Privacy policy

1. Introduction

Your privacy is important to JordanLex. This Privacy Policy reflects our commitment to your privacy and the confidentiality of your personal data ("Personal Data") when you use our website or communicate with us. By accessing our website and/or communicating with us via our website contact form, e-mail or other channels, you agree to this Privacy Policy. If you do not agree with any part of this privacy policy, you must inform us and stop using our website. We will then be unable to provide you with any further legal or related services.

2. Personal data we process

We process the Personal Data you provide when you communicate with us (such as name, e-mail and postal address, telephone number, language preference, job title, professional affiliations and content of the communication). Personal Data may relate to you, your employees and agents. In some cases, Personal Data will be supplemented by information extracted from public sources, such as online media or employer websites, in order to confirm your current professional position or to obtain additional information to enable us to communicate effectively with you.

3. Purposes of processing your personal data

We use personal data to manage our relationship with you, as well as to communicate with you, including to send you newsletters and invitations to events, training programs or conferences, to maintain our contact list and/or to provide you with other information you may request. Personal data will only be used by us and our technology providers (who are obliged to protect your personal data to the same extent as we do). We will not sell or otherwise transfer your Personal Data to third parties, except with your prior consent or where we are required to do so by applicable law or regulation. We will not subject you to profiling or automated decision-making. Personal Data relating to communications will be stored for as long as you are a business contact for us, subject to any applicable legal or regulatory retention obligations.

4. Cookies

Cookies are small text files that are downloaded to your device when you visit the JordanLex website or open our marketing-related emails (such as newsflashes or invitations to events or webinars). Cookies (including third-party cookies such as tracking technologies provided by Google Analytics) are used in particular to improve the website or for general marketing purposes by providing information on the interaction of unique browser-device pairs with the website (such as number of sessions and time spent) ; statistical information on interaction with the website (including referrals to it, popularity of certain content, access to user categories, markets, regions, languages, demographics, browser and device types and similar information); or statistical information on interaction with our marketing e-mails (such as whether they have been opened or forwarded, or whether links have been clicked).

Third-party service providers, such as Google, may track your use of our website, combine this information with that of other websites you have visited (and which they also track) and use this combined information for their own purposes. If you have registered with the respective service providers, they may be able to identify you. In this case, the processing of your personal data is governed by their privacy policy.

You can change your browser settings to delete and block cookies (or to disable Google Analytics, download and install the Google browser add-on available here). By continuing to use the JordanLex website without changing your settings (or by using the add-on, if applicable), you consent to the use of cookies by us and our third-party service providers.

5. Our basis for processing your personal data

When processing Personal Data for the purposes described herein, we rely on your consent to this Privacy Policy, our legitimate interests in communicating with you, as a business contact, about our operations and events and/or our performance of any contract or other lawful basis for processing your Personal Data under applicable laws and regulations.

6. Protection of your personal data

We restrict the use of and access to your personal data to those people who absolutely need to know it in order to give you access to our website and/or to communicate with you. We maintain appropriate technical and organizational measures to preserve the confidentiality and integrity of your personal data. We regularly review our security policies and procedures to ensure that our systems are secure and protected, and we ensure compliance with all applicable data protection and security laws.

7. Protection of your personal data

We welcome your inquiries and comments. You have the right to be informed by us of any processing of your personal data in order to verify the lawfulness of the processing. If you are affected by incorrect or incomplete personal data, you may request that the relevant data be rectified or completed. To the extent permitted by applicable law, you may request the erasure of your Personal Data or a temporary restriction on processing in certain cases, and you may also object to the processing of your Personal Data, in which case, however, we may not be able to provide the relevant services.

8. Contact

If you have any questions or are dissatisfied with any aspect of our processing of your personal data, please do not hesitate to contact us at or at the addresses indicated on our website.

Rue de la Rôtisserie 4
1204 Geneva, Switzerland

Tél : +41 22 310 94 94