Terms & Conditions

Identification and publishing

The website https://www.urgomedical.com.au (the “Site”) is published by LABORATOIRES URGO (“URGO”), a company organized and existing under the laws of France, with capital of € 13 987 328, registered under No. B 433 842 044, and having its registered office at 42, rue de Longvic – 21300 Chenôve, FRANCE.

Telephone: +33 (0) 3 80 54 50 00

Publishing Manager

The Publishing Manager for the Site is Mr Guirec LE LOUS, President of LABORATOIRES URGO.

Host

The Site is hosted by LABORATOIRES URGO at 42, rue de Longvic – 21300 Chenôve.

Telephone: +33 (0) 3 80 54 50 00

 

Preamble

 

The part of the Site intended for healthcare professionals only is intended to provide information on URGO’s activities, products and services, in particular via a space intended for professionals. In the context of the management of the Site, URGO collects “personal data” relating to visitors and registered professionals (hereinafter the “Users”) as described in the Privacy Policy of the Site.

The Legal Notice has been drawn up to inform Users of the methods of collection, the measures applied to their personal data, as well as the rights they are entitled to as “persons concerned” and the methods of exercising them.

 

  1. Intellectual Property

All of the graphics elements, the structure, and, more generally, the content of the Site are protected by copyright and trademark law, patent law, and image rights. They are fully owned by URGO and/or by its Affiliates. Affiliates mean any company being the direct or indirect ownership of URGO. Use of the Website is a use that is strictly personal. Reproduction of a page of the Website in a context external to URGO or inserting a page belonging to URGO is prohibited.

  1. Links to other websites

The present hypertext links on the Site, directing the Internet users to other websites do not enforce the liability of URGO about the contents of these websites and the websites towards which the new links could send back. The Users who wish to establish a hypertext link to the Site must obtain express prior authorization from URGO to be requested by mail at the address indicated above.

  1. Liability

URGO provides no guarantee, express or tacit, regarding all or any part of its Site. URGO will do its utmost to ensure that the information presented on the website is accurate and up to date, but it gives no guarantee to that effect; URGO may not be held liable for any error or omission whatsoever affecting the content of the website.

Under no circumstances may URGO be held liable for any direct or indirect damages or loss of any type whatsoever that might result from the use of its Site or, conversely, from it being impossible to access that website. URGO declines any liability regarding access to and content of the websites linked to the Site and the websites towards which new links might go. URGO may not be held liable in the event of difficulties in accessing the site or of interruptions in connection. URGO reserves the right to suspend and/or stop publication of the Site, unilaterally, without notice, and without it being possible for it to hold liable in any way and for any reason whatsoever. More generally, URGO declines any liability in the event of direct or indirect damages or loss, regardless of the causes, origins, nature, or consequences of such damages or loss, caused due to the access to the website or to the use of the information on the website, and the User shall assume full liability and any risks that might result therefrom.

  1. Amendments

URGO reserves the possibility of amending and of updating the present legal notices (“Legal Notices”) without notice. Use of the Website is governed by the Legal Notices applicable at the time of the use. It is the responsibility of the Users to visit this web page regularly to review any changes that may have been made since your previous visit.

  1. Fullness

Should any one of the clauses of the present Legal Notices be null and void, in particular due to a change in legislation or to a court decision, that shall in no way affect the validity of and compliance with the other clauses of the Legal Notices.

  1. Applicable Law

The Legal Notices shall be construed and interpreted in accordance with, and shall be governed by, the laws of France in all respects including performance. Any controversy, claim or dispute arising out of or relating to the present legal notices, or the breach of any provision of the present legal notices, shall be determined by the courts of Paris, which shall have exclusive jurisdiction.

This statement was last updated on May 10th, 2021.